There have been some fire music videos dropping in 2018, now Joyner Lucas adds to the pot with a new chilling visual for his song "Frozen."

Joyner dropped the new track and video Sunday (April 1), and this one has a particular message about driving safely and not driving under the influence. The three-act visual starts off with a woman hitting a young girl with her car in the street. Like his previous "I'm Not a Racist" video before, the actors in the video do the rapping for the MC, who does not appear in the Ben Proulz and Joyner-directed offering.

"Damn, this is not alright/How the fuck I end up on the other side of life," the bloodied girl lying on the pavement rhymes in Joyner's voice. "No more hanging with my friends, no more riding bikes/No more brushing barbies hair, no more flying kites/No more school, no more learning for me/No more youth, no more juice/No more hula hoops or Suzy Q's/Wish I could kiss my momma bye (Joyner)/And if she ever see me like this, she be traumatized."

Continuing the theme, the second act shows a woman in the passenger seat of a mangled vehicle, the victim of a drunk driver. The final sequence shows a man driving recklessly who ends up flipping his vehicle. The video ends with a sobering twist.

Check out Joyner Lucas' new "Frozen" video below.

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