Back in September, Dom Kennedy released his latest album Rap N Roll, which saw 17 tracks and features from Casey Veggies, Allyn, TeeFLii, Niko G4, and 24hrs. This past week, he blessed the masses with a new visual from the project for “Sirens,” a Mike Zombie-produced cut that shows Kennedy spitting the chill player vibes that he’s become well-known for:

“I’m back trippin’ on these n***as, this life expensive so we always tryna get it, I can’t quit, intact remains the vision, I can catch my own fish, I can put you on s***, all I need with you is just one attempt/

The way you look tonight, it don’t make no sense, I know it’s a lot of guys tryna pay rent, believe me when I say that I ain’t one of them, you should pay me a hundred dollars every Friday…/”

The video comes courtesy of Jason Madison and shows Dom Kennedy riding through the desert in an old school pickup with a beautiful woman in the passenger seat. It looks like a typical day, with the two stopping at a gas station and avoiding the police before hitting up a motel to check their ammunition inventory. Those same police then make a final, presumably bleak appearance before a message paying tribute to Breonna Taylor closes everything out.

Rap N Roll follows 2018’s Volume Two, which contained 16 tracks and assists from Glasses Malone, Mykestro, Jay 305, Krondon, and Ray Wright. More recently, he and producer Hit-Boy reunited as Half-A-Mil to release the mixtape Also Known As, which acts as a follow-up to their 2017 debut Courtesy Of Half-A-Mil.

Press play on Dom Kennedy’s “Sirens” video below, along with — if you missed it — the deluxe version of Rap N Roll that sees five additional songs, including a Don Toliver collaboration.