Colt Ford lays down the law in his "Cut 'Em All" video, but he couldn't take the bad guys down without a little help from Duck Dynasty star Willie Robertson.

The clip finds the hick-hop rapper and his partner as two hardcore country boy detectives on the chase for a very interesting character, a three-foot Duck named “Diggs.” Be warned: "Diggs," who is actually just a giant puppet, will haunt your dreams for the foreseeable future.

We get to witness the adventure of the duo tracking the creature down, but not to worry, in the lyrics they proclaim: "We cut 'em all Jack / Yeah if it flies it dies," so we know "Diggs" is in for some trouble. This fun, laugh-out-loud video is everything we could expect from Ford, who happens to carry the same traits.

"Cut 'Em All" is featured on his fifth album Thanks for Listening, which was released in July of 2014. Thanks For Listening charted at No. 1 on Billboard's Independent Albums, No. 1 on Billboard's Rap Albums chart, No. 2 on Billboard's Top Country Albums chart and No. 10 on Billboard's 200 Albums chart.

Ford has spent the summer playing a variety of shows, festivals and fairs. Most recently, he played at WE Fest, where he spent his 75-minute set singing, signing autographs and proving that big men know how to dance, too. This week he will continue the traveling circuit trend by playing shows in Nashville, Virginia, Massachusetts and Delaware.

"Cut 'Em All" appears on Ford’s upcoming album, Answer to No One: The Colt Ford Classics, slated to be released on Oct. 23.

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