The Weeknd and Post Malone Get Into Bloody Firefight in "One Right Now" Video

Posty and Abel get violent in their first music video team-up that's directed by Tanu Muino where viewers will see plenty of gunplay, explosives, and bloodshed.

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After debuting within the top 10 in the U.S., Post Malone and The Weeknd have shared the music video for their new single “One Right Now.”

The clip, directed by Tanu Muino, sees plenty of gunplay, explosives, and bloodshed as Posty and Abel get violent. The video’s release comes the same day the song debuted at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot 100

In the visual, The Weeknd can be seen launching grenades and looking as smug as his After Hours character—minus the red suit—as Post is decked out in all white with a crew of henchmen in his corner. 

Muino has previously worked on videos for Katy Perry and Rosalía, with her last year in the game seeing her work on material for Cardi B, Normani, and Lizzo. She also notably worked on Lil Nas X’s internet-stopping “Montero” music video, which earned the artist plenty of attention from conservative talking heads, along with helping bring the track to No. 1 on the Hot 100. 

“One Right Now”—produced by Louis Bell, Brian Lee, and Andrew Bolooki—marks the first time Post and Weeknd have linked for a collab, and the track itself has already earned 100 million streams. The pair have also launched “Out Right Now” merch on Post’s website.

Check out the action-packed video from the music giants up top.

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