Belly and The Weeknd pull up with a new video for "What You Want," and ironically enough, the visual finds them in a spot absolutely no one wants to be in: a prison yard.

Released on Wednesday (May 30), the Colin Tilley-directed video for "What You Want" combines some surrealism with Abel's reedy vocals and some melodic bars from Belly, who was seen in the studio with Jay-Z earlier this year. In some parts of the video, which was shot in an operational penitentiary, we see the two riding down a dusty road with a collection of hazy clouds acting as the backdrop.

In other parts of the audio-visual, Weeknd and Belly stroll through a prison yard rocking some fly attire that feels like the exact opposite of inmate garb. The actual inmates are a bunch of scantily clad, model-esque ladies.

"What You Want" is a single from Belly's forthcoming Midnight Zone project, and it sees both Canada-bred artists promising the fame-chasing women in their lives a grand good time—but not much else. Midnight Zone, which is the follow up to Belly's 2017 project, Mumble Rap, will also include tracks like the “Man Listen" and the YG-assisted “4 Days." It should be a vibe.

Check out the video for "What You Want" below.

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