DaBaby knows how to get the people talking.
"Witnesses say they were seen driving southbound in an orange convertible," a news anchor says in the video for the rapper's new song "Find My Way." "Police authorities have asked if anyone has any information to please call—and to be aware the couple are armed and extremely fucking dangerous."
The freshly dropped short film starts with an internal monologue from DaBaby, sneaking a quick phone call to someone he misses. The North Carolina rapper cocks his gun, pulls down his mask, and the song finally kicks in. The story goes on to show what the couple has been up to, before taking a dark turn when motel owners discover they're housing the wanted criminals. A dramatic gunfight ends the video, with an ominous synth arriving as the credits start.
Prior to the arrival of the short film, comedian B. Simone, who stars in the visual alongside DaBaby, shared an Instagram post in which she was seen getting close with someone who looked like the rapper. The image naturally sparked dating rumors, but it was later revealed that the two weren't an item—it was just marketing for an upcoming video.
Less than 24 hours after Simone shared the photos, DaBaby posted a preview of "Find My Way." The teaser showed the rapper and Simone in a Bonnie and Clyde-type situation, as the couple is seen running from the law while pulling off a series of robberies in California.
Check out the "Find My Way" video, directed by filmmaking trio Reel Goats, above.
The track arrives more than six months after DaBaby dropped his sophomore studio album Kirk. Since then, the rapper has dropped a slew of collaborative joints with everyone from Drake and Lil Yachty to DaniLeigh and Blueface to Blacc Zacc and Stunna 4 Vegas.