When steak and shrimp aren’t available, Le$’s next best option is “In The Whataburger Drive-Thru.”

If you look up “consistency” in the dictionary, there’s a good chance you’ll see Le$’s picture right next to it. The Houston rapper drops three albums minimum each year (his ‘Texas Rattlesnake‘ album just dropped last month, for example), yet there’s never a drop in the quality. That type of consistency and razor-sharp focus can drum up one hell of an appetite.

Which is why Le$ made “In The Whataburger Drive-Thru,” one of the standout cuts off last year’s ‘Midnight Club‘ album. Ironically, it’s not about the restaurant itself. On the contrary, the track reflects the stream-of-consciousness thought process one might have while waiting in line for their food to come. The Steak x Shrimp’s ambassador’s inability to stay still because there’s work to be done. Rappers who front that Le$ that can see right through (“N*ggas don’t talk about nothin’/ they really be blowin’ smoke”). Women who can’t handle what he brings in the bedroom (“try to have fun when I hit/ but she gon’ run from my sh*t!”) and women who falsely claim him as their man when they know Le$ is “a pimp ’til I die.” It’s all powered by a bluesy beat courtesy of DJ Mr. Rogers, who even employs what sounds like the strummings of a 12-string guitar in the breaks between the verses.

Nearly a year to the anniversary of ‘Midnight Club’s’ release, Le$ has given “In The Whataburger Drive-Thru” an official set of visuals. Frequent collaborator Jorgey Films shows Le$ cruising through the Houston streets on the way to his favorite late-night destination. Cleverly, Jorge Casanova drops references to Whataburger throughout the video, from a clip of the restaurant’s old-school commercial to zoom-in’s on the burgers themselves being made and stamped with a sticker or three.

The video fittingly concludes with Le$ literally in the Whataburger Drive-Thru asking for extra honey mustard like a real Texan would, but that’s not even its best part. Because “In The Whataburger Drive-Thru” isn’t just Le$ showing love for the go-to burger spot in the Lone Star State. It’s also the rapper showing love back to his fans, by tossing in footage of them rapping along to the song. Look closely and you might even spot Amanda Seales (of HBO’s ‘Insecure’) rocking out to Le$’s raps, too.

Watch Le$’s “Whataburger Drive-Thru” visuals for yourself up top. In case you missed it, Le$’s ‘Midnight Club’ LP is out now on iTunes.