Nav prefers to be alone in his new video for “Myself,” released today (March 22). In the kaleidoscopic visual directed by Alex Lill, the Canadian upstart looks less than pleased to be in the company a girl while rapping about how his addictions keep him feeling like himself. As the pace the track slows down toward the end, it starts snowing pills on Nav and his girl, though they don’t really seem to mind.
“The zannies help me slow up, the lean it help me speed down/Ballin’, yeah I’m ballin’, I won’t hit it if she beat now/Callin’, yeah she callin’, your bitch got me on the speed dial/Driving through the Rex I look at faces don’t see no smiles,” raps Nav.
“Myself” serves as the latest single f Nav’s self-titled debut project which dropped late last month. The lethargic new video is a stark contrast to the first visual Nav dropped for the project, “Some Way.”
Since the new year, Nav has been on a roll. The Ontario-hailing talent ficially signed to The Weeknd‘s XO Records in Feb. and dropped his first project under the label. The 11-track tape was well received by rap fans and Nav was soon spotted in the studio with Playboi Carti and Metro Boomin.
Nav’s set to make his Coachella Festival debut next month on April 13 and 22, and he’s got a full-length project on the way with Metro as well.
Check out the trippy video for “Myself” below.