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You're Going To Want To Play 'Mortal Kombat' After Watching Andy Mineo's New Video

Finish him.

Usually, rappers have no problem recording diss songs aimed at other rappers, but Andy Mineo has always been a little different. On Friday (Jan. 16), the New York MC started a rap battle with himself in the video for "You Can't Stop Me."

The track is a stand-out for Mineo's 2014 EP Never Land, and back in June, MTV News went with Andy behind the scenes of the video (which he directed alongside Kyle Dettman) and today it is finally here.

Andy starts the video moving through New York City's subway system encountering strange occurrences like walking dinosaurs, sudden explosions and even a cameo for this post's author. Then for the grand finale Andy ends up fighting himself in a "Mortal Kombat" video game style scene.

It's all fun and games, but there's also a very important message about the dangers of self-doubt. “My biggest enemy is typically me,” Andy told MTV News last year while filming the vid. “I’m my biggest problem, I’m the thing that stops me most from doing what I need to do to be successful or to achieve success in whatever area of life.”