6lack “Pretty Little Fears” Video Featuring J. Cole: Watch Artists Pour Their Hearts Out
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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