Bas is back with a fresh new visual off Too High To Riot. Young Bassy drops the music video to "Dopamine" exclusively on Tidal.

Directed by Nelson Navarette, the laidback visual show Bassy and Cozz spitting their lyrical ideology in between smoky scenes of skaters trying to escape boredom in their hood. Later on, the guys find themselves in the desert around sunset observing the "moment of silence" Bas raps about in the song's bridge.

"Let me get a couple bottles get 'em liquored up/Young kings in the city so we feast like the royals, sleepless/The city the only teacher, the snakes in retreat/Don't retreat thats a coil/Straight from police they will seek and destroy you," spits Bas in the second verse.

The video drop comes at a perfect time to breathe a second wind into his March release, Too High To Riot. Bas' sophomore album was well recieved this past spring by fans and critics alike thanks to it's emotional depth and now that we're heading into fall, it seems the album's found even more footing. The Dreamville soldier is fresh off killing his set at the first annual Meadows Festival in his hometown of Queens, N.Y. Bas is gearing up to head out on the European leg of the Too High To Riot Tour, stopping in France, Germany and the U.K. this fall.

Peep the visual for "Dopamine" above and check out Bas' new Euro-Trip tour dates below.

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