There's a mystique to the approach of the video, which finds Massari and Lanez searching for that special someone as beautiful women dance in their vicinity. It's a fitting performance for the DaHeala, Moon Willis, and Sad Money-produced banger.
"I like the video a lot man, it was great to get to work with Zac [Facts] again on a new project," Tory Lanez said of the experience. "I loved the creativity of the art direction and getting to work with Massari’s team."
Massari is lining up his U.S. debut album BEIRUT. For now, check out the Zac Facts-directed video for "Number One" above, a behind-the-scenes clip below, and grab the song on iTunes.