High off the success of his newly-released album, East Atlanta Love Letter, 6lack shares  the visual for the LP's title track, which also stars one of his fellow hometown natives, Future.

Curiosity is at an all time high for 6lack and Future in the music video for "East Atlanta Love Letter." The dim visual opens up with them standing in front of a home in Zone 6, where they're both from, as dozens of their peers hold candles in their hands. It then switches to scenes of different characters, including a dancing bride, as the song progresses. The video closes out with the rappers gazing into the Atlanta skyline.

On "East Atlanta Love Letter," both Zone 6 artists question the women in their lives over a bass-induced piano ballad produced by Yakob. "Comin' from the bottom of the mud/Concrete filled up with blood/Extended clip, no peacoat/Big pimp, damn that hoe/Piss poor, head to toe/Forty-four, let it go /Patek patek, icy cold/Pink diamonds, what's up," Future raps.

The "Switch" crooner's new album also features J. Cole and Offset on "Pretty Little Fears" and "Balenciaga Challenge" respectively. Now that it's out, 6lack is preparing to go on a world tour starting next month with Boogie, Tierra Whack, They. and R&B singer Summer Walker. The 34-city East Atlanta With Love Tour will take them across the globe with shows in South Africa, Australia and North America.

Watch the "East Atlanta Love Letter" video below.

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