Gucci Mane, Kodak Black And Bruno Mars “Wake Up In The Sky” Video: Watch Rappers Pop Champagne

, and are celebrating their colossal collaboration,  with a lighthearted new music video they dropped off earlier today (Oct. 31).

The visual for the song finds each talent donning shiny or floral patterned suits while happily performing on stage in front of an equally flashy theater curtain. Accented by vintage microphones, a toast of champagne and an array of beautiful women dressed for the occasion, it's a fun approach to giving the song the visual treatment.

The Mars-produced track, which may appear on Gucci Mane’s upcoming project, peaked at No. 18 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart last month. The collaboration marks the first time that Gucci, Kodak and Bruno all hopped on the same song, with Guwop jokingly asking his fans on Instagram what their group name should be.

“We need a name for our group????” the rapper asked, sharing a still from the spotlighted performance.

At this time, Gucci Mane still hasn’t shared the release date for his upcoming new solo album, but he did tease the project >with a cinematic trailer back in July. In related news, Gucci Mane is gearing up to hit the road next month and will be bringing along >Smokepurpp and >Carnage for his  tour.

Take a look at Gucci Mane, Kodak Black and Bruno Mars’ fly visual for “Wake Up in the Sky” below.

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