The Moroccan-American rapper, hip-hop artist, singer, and songwriter Karim Kharbouch, better known as French Montana, released a new music video last week, and it's all about paying homage to his home country.

The rapper visited his country of origin to shoot the video for "Famous," the latest single from his Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) gold-certified album "Jungle Rules."

Shot in Morocco's blue city, Chefchaouen, the music video is bustling with colors, country people, and of course, catchy tunes.

"This video means a lot to me!! Shot this in my motherland Morocco," French Montana, who was born and raised in Morocco, wrote on Twitter.

The video was directed by Julien Christian Lutz, known as Director X, in partnership with Samsung. It features Chefchaouen's white-washed blue homes that stand against the backdrop of the Rif Mountains. 

The city is the definition of a picturesque destination, and the music video showcases that flawlessly.

Here's a glimpse:

Chefchaouen's beautiful scenery never fails to impress

50 shades of blue!

Of course, belly dancing made an appearance

As did shisha ... and tea!

The music video has drawn plenty of positive feedback online, amassing over 3.4 million views on Youtube in less than one week.

As per the social media norm, people didn't hold back commenting on the video:

Wanderlust is bound to kick in while watching the video

Morocco should definitely be on everyone's bucket list

It hyped up viewers ... and their mothers

Moroccans are flaunting their country's beauty

Fire emojis are in order

"I felt the joy in that video"

Naturally, the iPhone/Samsung feud was brought up

People are glad to see Morocco's beauty showcased globally

"Another level"

It's safe to say people are obsessed


Watch the full video here: