Ahead of his performance at Governors Ball, Belly is back with the official music video for his most recent collaboration with The Weeknd, "What You Want." Belly released the track just last week, as it is slated to appear on his upcoming album, Midnight Zone, arriving this summer.

The cinematic visual was in turn shot at an operational penitentiary, directed by one of the best in the game, Colin Tilley. Both Canadian artists star in the aesthetic, which you can enjoy now above.

In addition to releasing Midnight Zone, Belly will also be performing at a number of venues this summer. See the coinciding dates and locations below.

June 1 – Governor’s Ball - New York, NY June 28 – Milwaukee Summerfest - Milwaukee, WI July 2 – XOYO - London, UK July 6 – Frauenfeld Festival - Zurich, Switzerland July 7 – Wireless Festival - London, UK July 13 – Woo Ha! Festival - Utrecht, Holland July 15 – Longitude Festival - Dublin, Ireland July 14 – Lovebox Festival - London, UK August 16 – Pukkelpop Festival - Kiewit, Belgium August 18 – Blockfest Festival - Tampere, Finland August 24 – Reading Festival - Reading, UK August 25 – Leeds Festival - Leeds, UK September 22 – iHeartRadio Daytime Village - Las Vegas, NV

For more music, watch Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar in their video for "Win."

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