The funky trap single appears on Post Malone's new album, "Hollywood Bleeding," which dropped on September 6.
A few days after the album release, the Texan musician unveiled the accompanying visual for "Saint-Tropez," which was directed by Chris Villa.
The scenic visual sees Malone offering a glimpse of his lavish lifestyle, hanging out in a luxurious mansion in the hills and showcasing a fleet of white sport cars.
The artist is also dressed to impress, trading his three-piece suit for a custom Louis Vuitton utility vest between shots.
"Sh*t, I'm checking off my bucket list/You try to give advice, I don't need it/I've been doin' what I want since fetus/What you call a holiday, I call another day," he boasts in one of his verses.
Malone recently shared details about the creative process behind "Saint-Tropez," which he described as "a real fun" track.
"I don't want to be f***ing miserable all the time, so sometimes, I like to just go buck-wild with the boys. And that's what that's kind of about. It's a celebration of life instead of an introspective kind of [song]," he told Spotify's "Behind the Track."
"Saint-Tropez" is the fifth single from "Hollywood's Bleeding" to get an accompanying music video, following "Wow," "Sunflower," "Circles" and "Goodbyes."
The album, which marks Malone's third studio effort, features guest contributions from SZA, Travis Scott, Ozzy Osbourne, Halsey, Future and more.
The musician will soon hit the road with Swae Lee for his Runaway Tour, which launches on September 14 in Tacoma, Washington.
Next November, he will host the second installment of his annual Posty Fest at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington Texas, alongside guest performers like Meek Mill, Rae Sremmurd and more.
In the meantime, discover the visual for "Saint-Tropez" below: