A day in the nation: Lil Nas X, 22, and singer Dominic Fike, 25, have a romantic tryst in the video for boyband Brockhamptons single Count On Me, launched on Tuesday
Romance: The music cuts out from the video even prior to the full song has concluded and is changed by calming ambient textures and a males voice speaking Spanish. Without time out, the two are rolling around on the ground and kissing each other passionately
Old band. Really old bands. You probably would not know any of them, he states, before providing Radiohead as an example.
Who the f *** is Radiohead?! Nas states with a laugh, before adding that hes kidding.
The video, which appeared to have been shot on low-grade digital cameras for stylistic reasons, opens with Lil Nas X and Fike in a vehicle and in a fantastic state of mind.
The Montero rapper asks his buddy what he had actually been listening to lately.
Having a laugh: The Montero rap artist asks his pal what he had actually been listening to recently and jokes Who the f *** is Radiohead?! when he reacts
Lil Nas X took a break from his own music to star in the new video for pop– rap boyband Brockhamptons single Rely on Me.
The 22-year-old Old Town Road rapper was seen taking an idyllic drive through the countryside with vocalist Dominic Fike.
Regardless of the straight-ahead jam on the track, the video features some progressively trippy visuals, culminating in the rapper and the vocalist constructing in a forest.
Need for speed: As the music begins up, Nas speeds up for a joyride, with both buddies leaning and cheering out the windows
Trippy: The two seem to be on some type of drug trip, as Fike and Nas bodies start shapeshifting into unusual digital shapes.
Nas look comes after he and his record label Columbia revealed on Tuesday that his top hit Montero was being taken off streaming services in some parts of the world.
Its not clear why the track has been pulled, nor why the record business would declare it was out of our control, though some fans hypothesized on social networks that the song might have an unlicensed sample.
Lil Nas X was also just recently required to end a custom-made sneaker rollout after working together with an art firm to make 666 Satan-themed shoes which were supposedly made with genuine human blood.
Transformed: The computer-generated singer and rap artist kiss and caress each other, but their bodies turn limp and spongey as they twist around each other.
Homage: The images appeared to be inspired by the acclaimed 2013 sci-fi– scary film Under The Skin, which starred Scarlet Johansson.
Declaration: Nas appearance comes after he and his record label Columbia revealed on Tuesday that his number one hit Montero was being removed streaming services in some parts of the world.
In the headlines: was also just recently forced to end a custom-made tennis shoe rollout after working together with an art firm to make 666 Satan-themed shoes which were supposedly made with genuine human blood and built around Air Max 97 sneakers.
Problem fuel: Disturbing Lynchian images play in fast succession across the screen.
A walk in the woods: They pull over as it gets dark and head into the eerie woods with a boombox, but a dark shadow behind them suggests that theyre not alone
Aimless: Their digital avatars appear to have a fun time romping around the forest and a little creek without any particular plot.
Their digital avatars appear to have a good time romping around the forest and a small creek without any particular plot.
Suddenly both musicians stop as if theyve sensed something frightening while Lynchian images play in rapid succession throughout the screen.
The music cuts out from the video even before the full tune has concluded and is changed by relaxing ambient textures and a guys voice speaking Spanish.
Without time out, the two are rolling around on the ground and kissing each other passionately.
The video takes another left turn, as all of a sudden the forest vanishes and Fike and Nas are naked and accepting in lightless marine abyss.
The computer-generated singer and rapper kiss and touch each other, however their bodies turn spongey and limp as they twist around each other..
The imagery appeared to be influenced by the well-known 2013 science fiction– scary film Under The Skin, which starred Scarlet Johansson.
The video ends with the undersea love, though it never actually returns to finish the track.
The unedited variation is included on Brockhamptons new album Roadrunner: New Light, New Machine and includes guest vocals from Shawn Mendes and Ryan Beatty, along with a composing credit from A$ AP Rocky.
Something out there: But suddenly both artists stop as if theyve picked up something frightening.
Change of pace: The video takes another left turn, as suddenly the forest disappears and Fike and Nas are nude and accepting in lightless water abyss.
As the music begins up, Nas speeds up for a joyride, with both pals cheering and leaning out the windows.
They pull over as it gets dark and head into the eerie woods with a boombox, but a dark shadow behind them recommends that theyre not alone.
The 2 appear to be on some kind of drug journey, as Fike and Nas bodies start shapeshifting into bizarre digital shapes.
The singers face swells up and is changed with a scary babyish visage, while the rappers face also gets a digital makeover with disturbing eyes popping out of his head..
Creepy: The vocalists face inflates and is changed with a weird babyish visage, while the rappers face also gets a digital remodeling with disturbing eyes popping out of his head.