Future is steadily cranking out videos for songs from his latest No. 1 album, HNDRXX. The new visual is for his reflective song “Use Me.”

The emotional song gets a melodramatic clip as Future reminisces about his troubled childhood with his younger self. It starts out with the Atlanta rapper sitting in the diner talking to a Young Future as he recalls his days as a young drug dealer.

“I was trappin’ out grandma’s house when I came out,” he spits. “I said ‘F--- the streets’ and made my own lane now.”

Future continues to recount his troubled past while being driven around by the Young Future who listens intently. As the rapper recalls his tough upbringing, we enter into a flashback where masked gunmen break into a woman’s home and run off with a bag full of goods (most likely dope and money).

The video ends with Future walking into the house and the woman is tied up on the couch. She looks somberly at the younger Future who is looking back at his mother with such sadness. “When I was young, I was in one of those houses, a drug house, always get busted, police running in there,” he says. “It was my grandma’s house.”

The “Use Me” video follows his previous visual for "Draco," which is the first single from his self-titled album.