The video appropriately expresses those troubles through emojis with both Garrett and Yachty getting their own personalized figures to walk us through their struggles to keep their women happy.
"I wanted to give the culture something unexpected that felt great but at the same time everyone could relate to," Garrett told Complex over email. "Bridging the worlds is that shit I love to do."
Grammy Award-winnng Sean Garrett has been quiet on the music scene for more than a minute with his last known track, the Zaytoven-produced "Anytime" featuring Migos, dropping all the way back in 2013. "Look on Your Face" marks the first official release from Garrett's forthcoming EP slated for early next year so look out for that in 2017. It's definitely nice to have Garrett back on our pages so watch the premiere of the "Look on Your Face" video above and grab the song on iTunes now.