Bas and J. Cole are up to no good in "Night Job."
Queens emcee Bas had some unfortunate timing last week when he released his album Too High To Riot on the same day Kendrick Lamar dropped his entirely unexpected untitled unmastered, but y’all still came out in support of the young Dreamville signee.
Now Bas has shared a video for his collaboration with J. Cole, “Night Job.” The Jeremih & Shlohmo-sampling track gets a dark and moody set of visuals. The video starts in a dingy room with a static television set before the two rappers link up in an abandoned, smoke-filled warehouse. Hooded and masked figures lurk throughout the video, but aren’t ever explained.