Today (July 23), Yung Bleu reveals his official debut LP Moon Boy, which sees 15 tracks and a slew of features from the likes of John Legend, H.E.R., Kodak Black, Moneybagg Yo, Kehlani, Big Sean, Jeezy, Gunna, Chris Brown, 2 Chainz, and Drake — the last of whom appeared on the Platinum-certified single “You’re Mines Still (Remix).” Following the release, fans can now check out a new visual from said project for “Ghetto Love Birds,” which features A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie and sees the artists showing love to their significant others over some soulful production courtesy of Nate Rhoads:

“Bad lil’ bitch, she from the projects, ain’t it, bad attitude, I’m makin’ progress, ain’t it, she know I got bands, get a lotta that, baby, I ain’t fuckin’ with your man, get you outta that, baby, diamonds got the bird flu, flyer than a raven, all that freaky talk’ll get you stabbed like Jason, I told her I want sex on arrival, I might just eat you up for survival, ghetto love birds, that’s the title…”

Directed by Joán, the accompanying clip for “Ghetto Love Birds” begins rather artistically, with Bleu kissing a bird before sending it off into the distance. We then see both Bleu and his love interest getting fresh before taking a night ride in his old school convertible — unfortunately, he soon finds himself at odds with law enforcement. Meanwhile, A Boogie performs his verse while in a tornado-filled desert. Thankfully, Bleu is eventually released (at the same time as a bird from its own cage, no less), allowing him and his girl to ride off into the sunset and become the very birds viewers were seeing throughout the video.

Press play on Yung Bleu and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie’s “Ghetto Love Birds” video below.