The Weeknd and Nas Link With Belly on Scorching New Track "Die For It"

Along with a fired-up music video.

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Belly, The Weeknd and Nas have teamed up on a fiery track, dubbed “Die For It,” along with an accompanying music video. The single arrives on Belly’s latest album See You Next Wednesday, out today.

The visual opens in a burning city, where skyrise buildings crumble among flames. The Weeknd sings the opening verse from a vintage TV screen situated in the center of the chaos, before a large black crow flashes across the screen, transitioning into Belly’s takeover.

“I remember sleepin’ on floors and missin’ tours, I was rock bottom,” he raps while traversing the fiery streets. “Money on my head, that was top dollar.”

Nas then takes his turn from the vantage point of a clock tower that overlooks the ruined cityscape, before the scene switches back to The Weeknd on the set of his TV recording, where a plethora of boxy TVs explodes in the final sequence.

Elsewhere on the See You Next Wednesday tracklist, Belly enlists The Weeknd once more for a collaboration with Young Thug, titled “Better Believe.” Additional features include Gunna, Big Sean and Lil Uzi Vert.

Earlier this week, The Weeknd confirmed that he is in the final stages of completing his next album while speaking with The Hollywood Reporter. “It should be done by the end of this month and we’re just kind of figuring out when to put it out,” he told the outlet.

In case you missed it, Gorillaz surprise-released a brand new EP, titled Meanwhile.

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