Pusha T's previous two Fear of God videos -- "Open Your Eyes" and "Blow" -- were heavy on the metaphorical imagery that aimed to provide more insight into the rapper's wordplay and overall lyrically content. But for "Alone in Vegas," the direction team of Orson Whales, Shahan Jafri and Alex Germanotta, has turned the track into the soundtrack for a mini-film. It depicts Pusha as a lone crime boss, who not only calls all of the shots but carries them out, too. The vibe is somewhat reminiscent of "Nightmares," the closing track on Clipse's Hell Hath No Fury that featured Pusha and Malice at their most paranoid, dark, and isolated.
Pusha's Fear of God 2: Let Us Pray drops June 21.
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