Earlier this week, TDE artist Ab-Soul announced that his new album DWTW would be arriving as soon as this Friday.

Now come a few more details; first, that the album is indeed titled the previously rumored name Do What Thou Wilt, and second that we have a new song and music video. This new video is called "D.R.U.G.S.," and it is frankly spooky as hell.

It is made abundantly clear in the song that Ab-Soul really loves drugs, more than anything else in this world. Perhaps fittingly then, the visual component is very, very dark. Told through a series of increasingly surreal tableaus, the video lends itself to all manner of interpretations, and it is shot in the same striking black and white cinematography that marked his recent video for "Huey Knew."

Look out for Ab-Soul's Do What Thou Wilt to drop tomorrow, Friday, December 9. In the meantime, watch the video for "Huey Knew" below.

In other music news, Childish Gambino has shared a wild virtual reality video for his new album's lead single "Me and Your Mama." Watch it right here.

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