The Can Cowboys Cry story keeps rolling in Harry Hudson's latest video. 

Production for the "Just Slide" video, featuring Jaden Smith, was a multi-city affair with shooting locations in Biloxi, Toronto, Salt Lake City, and Calabasas. "It's a continuation of the Can Cowboys Cry saga with an unexpected and surreal twist," Hudson tells Complex. "The story will continue in the next chapter of the journey and my next project."

Catch the new video, directed by DirectedxMODELS, up top.

Hudson's Yesterday's Tomorrow Night arrived via MSFTS and Roc Nation back in March of last year. "Just Slide," which boasts co-production from Mike Dean, arrived in late 2018 and signals the imminent arrival of even more new Hudson in the coming months.

 

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During a recent discussion for the New Balance x Fader series Fearless Ones, Hudson was asked by Smith about any advice he would give for aspiring creators working out of their bedrooms. Above all else, Hudson recommends patience. "It's about how passionate you are, and if you know that music is your calling," he said. "The world is an illusion, and so you have to accept that illusion. I feel like everything in this life is a dream, so it's just the way you want to live it out."

Hudson and Smith previously linked for "E," "Ninety (Electric)," and "Fallen." Smith also appeared in Hudson’s 2018 short film Can Cowboys Cry, which notably carries some aesthetic parallels with "Just Slide."