Dreamville dropped the long-awaited Revenge of the Dreamers III compilation last month, featuring appearances from the entire roster as well as some of the hottest names in rap right now. One of the most immediate highlights was "Sacrifices," a laid-back track featuring EarthGang, J. Cole, Smino, and Saba. Now the track has received a somber visual treatment from directors Scott Lazer, David Peters, and Chad Tennies, featuring the rappers in a barren building on the verge of falling down.

Dedicated to Milton Ahdwele Fann and "all those who have passed on," the video highlights the lyrical content of the song rather than simply presenting the story as visually as possible. It's touching tribute to all the sacrifices these creatives have had to make, with Cole delving into his relationship with his wife.

The label and artistic collective already indicated that more collaborative music is on the way soon, with a deluxe version of the record on the way soon.

Dreamville showed all the work that went into Dreamers III last month with the release of the Revenge documentary, showing just how many collaborators came through to show their love. Among the contributors to the record were Lute, DaBaby, Young Nudy, Maxo Kream, Key!, Vince Staples, Ty Dolla Sign, Ski Mask the Slump God, and Smokepurpp.