Chicago's own Brian Fresco is back with a new visual for his track "Call." Featuring surreal imagery, Fresco's tight flow and a can't miss Jon B sample, it's definitely worth your time. Peep it for yourself up top.

As you probably noticed almost immediately, "Call" features the same Jon B sample Drake used for Take Care's "Cameras." It's the sort of sample that ensnares your attention the moment it reaches your ears, so Fresco made a good choice when choosing this beat. The video itself sees Fresco in an upscale party where he's the only person moving at an ordinary person's pace in a room where slow-motion is normal.

It's an inventive visual from the rising star out of the Savemoney collective, and based on what we knew about him already, we're not surprised to see him go for something different. Back in October, XXL profiled Fresco for The Break and he explained that he wants to bring something new to the rap game while encouraging others like himself to make their way as well. “My goal in hip-hop is to carve a space for people like myself, who are from where I’m from, are thinking from what I’m thinking and don’t feel like they need to be boxed in to be accepted," he explained. "I still go back to where I’m from and they treat me with the same respect and love. They actually respect me on a different level.”

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