Last month, 6LACK released his highly anticipated debut album, FREE 6LACK, an 11 track introduction into his mysteriously clever sound. Now, the Atlanta artist has delivered the visuals for one of the albums' highlights "Ex Calling." The track is a drugged out R&B iteration of Future's "Perkys Calling," and the black-and-white visuals compliment the trippy, yet moody feel of the track, finding the Atlanta singer in smoke filled rooms of strip clubs as he reflects on previous relationships. 


In a recent interview with the FADER, 6LACK shared the idea behind his aesthetic, saying "You see monochrome, you see moody, you see for the most part somebody who is still in the process of figuring shit out. I think the black and white pictures, and the black and white aesthetic, and the moody, dark aesthetic, it's not something that I ever tried to do. It's just who I am."

The NSFW, black and white visuals are a compliment to the attention he has been receiving for both his music and mysterious sounds. Directed by Christo Anesti and Glenn Michael, it is clear that 6LACK's visuals are a reflection of his music and overall self refection as an artist. 

Check out the visuals above!