Jay Z will deliver another 4:44 visual at the end of the week.

Just a day after the album hit No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart, Jay’s streaming service Tidal released another teaser for the highly anticipated “Kill Jay Z” video. Fans got their first taste of the track back in June, when Tidal shared a 30-second clip featuring a young man running scared in an alleyway. The individual was also wearing a Willy Chavarria T-shirt with the words “Stay Black” written across the chest, suggesting there would be, at the very least, political undertones. 

It was an intense clip that had many people wondering how the story would unfold. Who is the young man? Why is he running? What or whom is he running from? It looks like we’ll have our answers soon.

In the newly released teaser, we see an aerial shot of a body lying in what looks like a deserted landscape. Though you can’t really see who the person is, the shirt suggests it’s the same individual who was running in the initial trailer.

“Kill Jay Z” will mark the fourth visual for 4:44, following the video for “The Story of O.J.,” “Bam,” and the album’s title track.  The visuals for “Kill Jay Z” will drop this Friday on Tidal.