The long journey of Trouble's Drake collab "Bring It Back" has finally hit the part where we get an official short film–esque visual.

Monday, Trouble dropped the seven-minute, Derek Schklar–directed video that was produced by Freenjoy/The Invisible Hand in association with Ear Drummer Films and Interscope Records. Per its description, the black-and-white clip consists of "scenes from the narrative short film." Astute listeners will note that stills from this video were previously used on the single's cover art. Catch the new "Bring It Back" in full up top.

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Last week, Trouble released his new mixtape Edgewood, featuring the production prowess of Mike Will Made-It. In addition to Drake, Trouble is also joined by Lil 1, Quavo, Fetty Wap, the Weeknd, Boosie Badazz, and more across the projects 16-track running time. In a statement to Complex earlier that week following the announcement that Trouble had signed to Ear Drummers, Mike Will explained his attraction to the artist's material.

"No other producer and artist combo can pull off what Trouble and I are about to do," Mike Will said. "Edgewood is only the beginning. I really felt like it was time for a level up for Trouble—I've been watching his grind for years now, since we were young as fuck, coming up in Atlanta on the music scene, trying to make something out of nothing. Trouble is the only person from the city who's going to give you that raw, pure, honest, real rap, mixed with originality, new flavor, new flows and new lingo. He has the grind, work ethic, and dedication to back it up and the city knows."

Surrounding the announcement, Trouble celebrated by dropping the video for Edgewood's "Real Is Rare," also directed by Schklar.