6lack's new East Atlanta Love Letter album is getting rave reviews. As the rollout continues, the Georgia crooner keeps applying pressure, dropping the visual for his J. Cole-assisted banger "Pretty Little Fears" on Monday (Oct. 15).

The new video is a no-frills affair that finds 6lack relaying his thoughts on love to the apple of his eye in different settings including a gym, car and a beach. "Okay, say it loud, say it proud, you want it more/We open door, hit the couch, then the floor/I cut it up, like a scissor, love galore," 6lack croons.

Cole delivers a heartfelt verse, sharing his feelings with a young lady from the passenger side of an antique car. "I'm lovin' your light, vulnerable/Lettin' your guard down, it's honorable," he spits. "'Specially when the past ain't been that/Friendly to you but there’s magic in that/You the flower that I gotta protect/To keep alive in the winter time, aye, don't you die yet/You been way more than a friend of mine, we more like fam/I raise you, you raise me, let's turn this whole life 'round."

The new track is definitely a fan favorite off the album. 6lack recently chopped it up with XXL and revealed it is his favorite collab on the LP as well. "It's a very personal verse," 6lack said of Jermaine's 16. "I can’t speak for him but I feel like it was written for his wife. I thought it was a great opportunity to give somebody a template to say something that maybe some of their fans don’t even know how he feels about."

6lack is currently on a world tour in promotion of EALL.

Watch 6lack's new visual for his J. Cole-assisted track "Pretty Little Fears" below.

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