Clams Casino and Vince Staples dropped their new single "All Nite" a few weeks ago, and now they're back with a set of geometric-heavy visuals for the song. Set in a shipping terminal, the video features Staples overlaid by a series of multicolored squares and rectangles. Inside each one is the same scene in a different time of day, sometimes featuring Staples posing or rapping in a different way. The result is a little visually overwhelming, but its also very cool to watch.
"Raise it up, 6-4 still tippin'/That angel dust that had K. Dot trippin'," raps Staples, referencing Kendrick Lamar's accidental use of angel dust detailed on his song "m.A.A.d. city." "In my pop's grape Swisher when he roll up/Wig a nigga when he roll up/Where you from? So what?/This a cold game and my domain post up/Get a close up, hit the pen, prolly roll up/That's a no no in the Norf Norf/You are not welcome." Clams Casino lays down the wonky beat, and the song comes together pretty nicely, allowing Vince to go off on his verses.
"All Nite" is a single from Clams Casino's upcoming 32 Levels, which will serve as his first official album following a series of EPs and mixtapes. The project is set to drop on July 15, and will also feature A$AP Rocky and Lil B. You can pre-order it on iTunes here, and grab three songs with your order. For now, check out Clams Casino and Vince Staples' "All Nite" video above.