Roy Woods Gives a Sermon in Stacks For "Monday to Monday" Visuals

“Thinking about my money go to Church on a Sunday.”

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Having released a clutch of seven new songs on OVO Sound Radio earlier this week, Roy Woods has once again moved to followed up on the release of Say Less — his first full-length effort — with a video for one of the album’s stand-out tracks.

Dropping visuals for “Monday to Monday,” the new video sees the Ontario-born artist fully fitted out and performing at the altar of a brightly-lit church, tapping into an aesthetic style reminiscent of Harmony Korine’s neon-washed 2013 movie Spring Breakers.

Watch the video above and let us know what you think in the comments. Elsewhere, in other Drake-related news, watch the OVO co-founder bring out Lil Wayne at Art Basel in Miami.

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