Ab-Soul just released his new video for the song "D.R.U.G.S.," off his forthcoming Do What Thou Wilt album, where he mentions a slew of intoxicants and his own father's struggle with substance abuse.

Most of the clip takes place in front of a white background, which allows directors Panamaera the space to put a bunch of eye-catching objects in front of the camera. Before all is said and done, Soulo rhymes in front of black balloons, roses and a skeleton head. He also appears inside of a floating mirror, just to add an extra layer of trippiness to the visuals.

Lyrically, the TDE spitter opens up about his family, their history with drugs and his lifestyle, which he says is vastly different from his mom's.

"They say the apple don't fall far from the tree / Apple a day it keep doctors away / I wonder if my father got more faded than me / But I can't ask him cause the doctors couldn't save him / My mama clean as holy water, hallelujah, we total opposites / I'm dirty as this fanta mix," he raps.

A few days ago, he shared the tracklist for Do What Thou Wilt and some of the features on the album include ScHoolboy Q, Kokaine, Punch, SZA, Mac Miller and Rapsody.

You can check out the new video above.

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