Ty Dolla $ign is getting closer and closer to the release of his sophomore album Beach House 3, which he announced last month with the release of two singles, "Message in a Bottle" and "Dawsin's Breek" featuring Jeremih. The latter track was a favorite of ours, and it has also just been given a music video. Watch it above.

The visual finds Ty and Jeremih hitting up a strip club for some laughs, but not all is as it seems. Fitting for arriving a few weeks away from Halloween, the dancers of this establishment put our hero Ty in some sort of trance and transform into something a little less seductive and a little more supernatural.

Beach House 3 is out on October 27 via Atlantic Records. Revisit "Message in a Bottle" below.

In other music news, Bryson Tiller has shared a jet ski-filled visual for "Self-Made." Watch it here.

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