NAV, Travis Scott & Gunna Get Militant in New "Turks" Music Video

Partying with soldiers and army vehicles in the desert.

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After dropping “Turks” right before the weekend, NAV‘s high profile collaboration with Travis Scott and Gunna gets a proper visual treatment filmed on a military base.

Directed by Amir “Cash” Esmailian and Zack Fax, NAV enlists an all female militia with AK-47s as the firearms of choice. Helicopters fly overhead while flamethrowers, vintage tanks and dancers all make for a must-watch effort. The Wheezy produced song marks the second time that the trio has collaborated after Travis Scott’s Astroworld hit “YOSEMITE.” NAV has confirmed that “Turks” serves as the first single from his upcoming and untitled third studio effort. Gunna is also cooking up something major, as his recently debuted “Skybox” video introduced his next project, WUNNA.

Watch to NAV, Travis Scott and Gunna “Turks” collaboration above and stream the track on Spotify below. In more music news, The Weeknd has delivered three new tracks for his After Hours [Deluxe Edition].

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