Directed by Christian Sutton, the visual depicts a modern-day Love Jones situation as a woman looks through a moving photo album that consists of memories with her previous partner, Nas. Meanwhile, the two guest features can be seen rapping their lines against radiant lighting and lush floral arrangements, continuously reminding the woman of what she once had with the Brooklyn rapper.
“Replace Me” appears on Nas’ latest studio album King’s Disease, which opened at No. 5 on the Billboard 200 with the highest debut of the week. The rapper’s 13th studio album also marks his 14th entry into the chart’s top 10.
Watch Nas, Don Toliver and Big Sean’s “Replace Me” visual above.
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