Fresh off inking his deal with J. Cole's Dreamville label, J.I.D. is already being productive, dropping visuals for the Quentin Miller-assisted "M.O.M.," off Spillage Village's Bears Like This Too Much.

In the beginning of the clip, the Atlanta rhymer and Miller arrive at a strange looking house and are greeted by a lady holding a snake. Once they go inside, they meet up with some women for a little hanky-panky, and one of them goes to the bedroom with J.I.D.

Most of the video is covered in a dull red tint and between the color, the snakes and the spooky looking house, there's a definite horror vibe to the scenes, albeit a subtle one. Recently, J.I.D. chopped it up with XXL about his new Dreamville deal, and he explained how he met J. Cole.

"EarthGang went on tour with Ab-Soul a few years ago," he said. "I went with them, just doing a song and performing and Bas was there. That's how the relationship started. Meanwhile, I met Cedric Brown, a close friend with Cole, and me and Cedric were cool organically, just getting high with the homies.

You can read the rest of that interview here and check out the "M.O.M." video above.

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