Fans got their first glimpse at the visual earlier this week on social media, when Jasiah posted a video in which he and Barker are seen in a small room with paper-covered walls. Other than a few visual effects, the video is kept relatively straight-forward, as it relies primarily on Jasiah and Barker's high-performance energy, which oscillates between hushed and aggressive.
"When I made 'Heartbreak' I was really inspired by the song 'King' by [XXXTentacion] and I told Travis that I wanna continue that style and all I could think about was what people felt after losing someone they loved, at least that’s how I feel," Jasiah told Complex. "Shooting the video with Travis was cool as fuck, it’s my first song I made with live instruments and shit so when Travis was actually playing the drums shit felt real, really help[ed] me get in character for this."
You can check out the "Heartbreak" video, directed by Trey Lyons, above. The track appeared on Jasiah I Am, a genre-fusing album that included contributions from Sybyr, Yung Bans, and 6ix9ine.
"The reason its called Jasiah I Am is to show you’re not gonna just get this sound," the 22-year-old previously explained. "I don’t want you to box me in. I’m not a rapper. I’m not a pop artist. I’m an artist. You can label me an artist, but don’t label me."
The video arrives a day after Jasiah wrapped up his tour with Lil Keed.