Since Acid Rap rocked the rap world last April, Chance The Rapper has been very stingy with releasing new music. On April 30th, the one year anniversary of the innovative mixtape, Chano let us know some of the things he's been up to with "I Am Very Very Lonely." Last night, we recieved the music video, which was co-directed by Chance and Austin Vesely.
Like most stuff CTR releases, the visuals are delightfully strange. At the beginning of the video, we see the Chicago rapper's silhouette in front of a purple backdrop, before he transforms into a man with long dreadlocks. The dreadlocked man, along with a female counterpart, perform some very sexually suggestive acts as "I Am Very Very Lonely" plays. The video is only a little over a minute, showcasing just the first verse of the introverted track. Although it is quite abbreviated, Chance has referred to it as the music video on Twitter.
At the end of the video, the screen reads, "I Am Coming Over. August 3rd," in reference to Chance's upcoming Lollapalooza permanence, which will be streaming live on RedBull TV.
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