Nav's short-lived retirement came to an end last week. And he hasn't let off the gas pedal since.

The Canadian rapper made his big return with the release of Bad Habits, a 16-track album that included appearances by Gunna, Young Thug, Lil Durk, and Meek Mill. The most notable contribution, however, came from XO label boss The Weeknd, who provided the vocals to the Derek Wise- and Alexonweed-produced cut "Price on My Head." The song created a mild stir, as many suspected it included shots at Drake. 

"You beefin' with yourself, tell the truth/N***as on your side, they would ride for me too," The Weeknd sings. "Still wasting they time, tryna come for me too/I’m too busy, faded in Japan with the crew/With the crew, with the crew, with the crew."

Though they're pretty vague lyrics, many people believe Abel is referencing his simmering beef with Drake, whom he apparently shaded on Gesaffelstein's "Lost in the Fire." You remember, The Weeknd dropped some lines that seemed to reference Drake's child: "And I just want a baby with the right one/'Cause I could never be the one to hide one."

Well, considering the buzz surrounding "Price on My Head," it's no surprise the song quickly received the video treatment.

You can check out the Kid. Studio-directed visual, which nods to Stanley Kubrick, above. 

Nav has also released a deluxe version of Bad Habits and shared a range of merch in support of the album.