Lil Uzi Vert has shared a new music video for his breakout single "XO Tour Llif3," and it is pretty bonkers. An update of the initial animated version of the video, this one finds Uzi joined by The Weeknd as a costar while enlisting none other than Virgil Abloh to direct. Watch it above, but fair warning: extremely violent content abounds.

"XO Tour Llif3," first released back in the spring, formally appeared on Uzi's freshly-dropped debut album, Luv Is Rage 2. Though The Weeknd plays a non-singing role in the above video, he does make an appearance on the record, lending his vocals to the track "UnFazed."

Read our review of Lil Uzi Vert's debut Luv Is Rage 2 here, and see where he stacked in our picks for the Best Music of August right here.

In other music news, Kelela has shared another new single off her highly-anticipated debut album 'Take Me Apart.' Listen to it right here.

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