August Alsina is creeping his way back into the music spotlight, and his new album is on the way, and almost ready for fans. The R&B crooner just released the visuals to his brand new single, "Lonely," which sees Alsina flipping the original track by Bobby Womack, giving it a modern music twist.

The music video, which was directed by Amber Gray, shows the singer stepping into a grocery store, with a fish-eye, blurred out touch on the background. While Alsina bonds with some of the patrons of the store, fans may notice that a lot of the items contain themes from the vocalist's music past. From cereal boxes that contain his album title Drugs on it, to other food saying "Weedies" on it, it's definitely a grocery store that his fan base would want to shop in. August also sports a new hairdo for the video, which consists of two pigtails, following in the footsteps of some of his other unique hair styles in the last year.

August Alsina's new album should be on the way soon, but for now watch the brand new music video for "Lonely" above.

 

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