Jay Rock dropped his new video for "Tap Out" featuring Jeremih, a cut off his summer album Redemption. The Karena Evans-directed visuals features the two artists performing in a pristine white LED landscape, cruising around town, and chilling on the beach with no less than a dozen ladies. Check it out in the video above.
In an interview with Complex, Jay Rock detailed the collaboration with Jeremih. "What’s crazy is on ['Tap Out'] with me and Jeremih, I was thinking about a lot of R&B, man, people just get on it, you know what I mean?" he said. "Jeremih, his voice just sounds way crazy on it. The way he delivered it, the way he sounds, and everything, it was just crazy. I was like, man, this is outta here."
The Watts-raised rapper released Redemption in June as the follow-up to his 2015 sophomore album 90059. The 13-track project also includes features from TDE labelmates Kendrick Lamar and SZA, as well as Future and J. Cole. Redemption includes "Kings Dead," the track Jay Rock performed with Future on the Kendrick-curated Black Panther album.
This video follows Jay Rock's disorienting visuals for "Rotation 112th," the J. Cole-assisted "OSOM," and his 8-bit adventure for the Teddy Walton–produced "ES Tales." The rapper is still on tour for the new album, which kicked off in September and ends on Nov. 13 in Detroit.