After dropping off one of the album’s most anticipated tracks last week, N.E.R.D. has officially released the video accompaniment to their Future-assisted banger, “1000.” The Todd Tourso & Scott Cudmore-directed video opens up with a disclaimer about the group not supporting or condoning any violence in any shape or form before it transitions into a plethora of anarchic clips ranging from police brutality, protests, news clips and citizens fighting against white supremacists.
The visually-striking music video also features a dance routine identified as “Tutorial No. 2” and dialogue from Mike Tyson and Jello Biafra — the former lead singer and songwriter for legendary punk rock band, Dead Kennedys. Press play to watch above and keep it locked forN.E.R.D.’s come back album, No_One Ever Really Dies, set to release on December 15.