Nas connects with Big Sean, Don Toliver and Hit-Boy in the new video for his single "Replace Me."
The video, directed by Christian Sutton of Psycho Films, features the stars in a picture book, with images of them modeling for a fashion pictorial. It soon becomes clear that the images are from a woman flipping through a photo album as she reminisces about an apparent relationship with Nas.
"It get kinda hard to replace me
So ain't gon' lose before nobody else
I was keeping my heart there on safety
But now I'm letting it go until it end me
You got a lot to lose but it's all basic
I'll probably ride in times for better late texts
I bet I'm living it up, I'm so spacey (living it up)
You love to wine and dine, come be my lady, lady..."
The Queens rapper has dropped the single "Ultra Black" and "Spicy," the latter of which had a flossy NYC-set video. Nas has one of the most buzzed-about albums of the year, with this being the second visual from his acclaimed latest album, King's Disease.
CHECK OUT THE VIDEO FOR "REPLACE ME" BELOW: