Jay Rock Celebrates the Release of 'Redemption' With New "The Bloodiest" Video

A dark, cinematic new piece from director Colin Tilley.

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With Jay Rock‘s new studio album finally here, the TDE artist has served up a new video in support of the effort. Specifically, the latest Redemption track to receive the visual treatment is the vicious album-opener “The Bloodiest.”

Linking up with director Colin Tilley, Rock serves up a dark, cinematic vignette in support. Today’s clip follows up the previous visual for fellow Redemption single “Win” and the launch of TDE’s new Jay Rock docuseries, The Road to Redemption. Redemption also features standout songs such as the J. Cole-assisted “OSOM.”

You can check out Jay Rock’s new video for “The Bloodiest” above.

For more new music from the West Coast, check out Tyler, the Creator’s latest release.

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