While fans wait for Bishop Nehru's Kaytranada and MF Doom-produced album Elevators: Act I & II, the rapper drops off the video for his latest single, "Rooftops."

As the title suggests, the Meezy-directed video starts off with Bishop sitting on a ledge on a rooftop while the jazzy MF Doom beat plays in the background. "Just as I expected/Knew if I kept dropping they'd hear it at any second/They thought I would be second but nah, I'm not settling/I'm moving nomadic I ain't packing any estrogen," he raps while free-falling through the clouds.

Bishop finally ends up on the ground before making his way back to the rooftop. The video ends with the rapper boarding a freight elevator as the instrumental keeps playing. When he finally reaches his destination, he is greeted by an unknown voice.

On Wednesday (Feb. 21), Bishop shared the cover for his upcoming album, along with the release date. "THE “ELEVATORS ACT I & II” A KAYTRANADA AND DOOM PRODUCTION ALBUM COVER. ALBUM DROPS MARCH 16TH STUUUUPID," he tweeted.

The artwork features doll versions of Bishop Nehru and Kaytranada. And while MF Doom doesn't appear on the cover, the producer's famous mask does make an appearance on the wall. Bishop has called Elevators a collection of his feelings straight from the heart and said the album is his attempt at a rap version of The Beach Boys' Pet Sounds.

Check out the "Rooftops" video below.

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