Shortly after it was announced that Chicago rapper Valee inked a deal with G.O.O.D. Music, Pusha T joined the new signee on the song “Miami.” While Valee originally dropped the song back in 2016, King Push hopped on the track as a welcome to the family, and to usher in the next big step of Valee’s career.
On Tuesday morning, Valee dropped the Hebru Brantley–directed visual for “Miami.” As the video opens, we see the Chicago emcee with his head on a restaurant table. As he gets up, squints and rubs his eyes, it’s clear he’s a little disoriented. The video cuts to a postcard that reads, “Welcome to Miami, Florida.” It’s apparent the video is a dream, as we see restaurant kitchen staff transfixed over a pot, which emits a red light—perhaps participating in some sort of witchcraft.
As Valee looks for a way out, two kids appear, wearing famed Chicago artist Brantley’s trademark goggles. Fake Shore Drive founder and Valee’s manager Andrew Barber also makes a cameo. In the end, Valee wakes up on a beach, presumably in Miami.
Valee shared more good news on Tuesday: in addition to the video, he announced that his new EP GOOD Job, You Found Me is dropping on March 2 via G.O.O.D. Music and Def Jam. The project will be executive produced by none other than Kanye West, according to Barber.