Last month saw TDE's Schoolboy Q drop his long-awaited fifth studio album, Crash Talk. Featuring collaborations with Travis Scott, Lil Baby, and Ty Dolla Sign among others, the record followed his 2016 effort, Blank Face LP. Q is now giving the project another push with the video for the 21 Savage-featuring "Floating."

The Dave Free (of the Little Homies) and Jack Begert-directed visual makes use of inventive filmmaking techniques as Q goes about his usual hectic schedule, rarely settling for a moment. Glitchy and manic, the "Floating" video perfectly matches Q's distinctive flow on the song. 21 Savage doesn't appear, but the innovative direction makes up for it.

With Crash Talk, the rapper scored his third consecutive No. 1 on the Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart. The project also debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart. Released April 26 through Top Dawg and Interscope, Crash Tralk garnered an impressive 81,000 album-equivalent units during its first week.

In a recent conversation with Charlamagne tha God, Q spoke at length about the reviews for the album while also addressing the loss of his friends Nipsey Hussle and Mac Miller. "To this day, I just don't understand how I can't call my n***a no more", Q said of Mac. "Losing a friend to gangbanging is way different to losing a friend that's, like, an innocent little, like, little kid that's super pure."

Watch the video for "Floating" above.