Jason Goldwatch: "Maybe there’s a lot of judgment as to what this collaboration would bring, and their whole shit was getting into each other’s worlds. Bringing Tyler’s raps into that street shit and bringing Pusha into that hipster shit.

"And the song’s ill! It was sort of a challenge to create something to visually at least match what they did musically, in terms of merging their worlds and having a sense of some hood shit, but still a sense of some tomfoolery and mischief-making."