Fijimacintosh has let loose a new video for "Metallic Withdrawals," the lead track from his March mixtape Satellite Crash.

The clip, released on June 21 courtesy of Director Josue, features the Canton, Ohio native, who happens to be 2018 XXL Freshman Trippie Redd's cousin, navigating the surreal aftermath of some kind of cyborg experiment. Three lab technicians open by building Fiji on a computer screen, but the test goes wrong, and the rapper is forced into a straitjacket and chains. The song, a droning chant, functions like his escape music.

"Bitch come over when you sober/Bitch come over when you sober/I got lean in my soda/ I got lean in my soda/I pulled up in range rover/In range rover, in range rover/
That lil bih gon come over/That lil bih gon come over," Fiji raps.

Trippie's kin is rising fast. Fiji completed a string of North American tour dates supporting Smooky Margielaa in April, and his company Cybersound 777 Ent recently signed a distribution deal with Empire. The rapper spoke last month to XXL's The Break about his goals for the deal.

"I’ma make it bigger later on; right now I’m just focusing on me and my artist, NoirIllusions," he said. "Later on it’s gonna be on some Cash Money/Diddy-type shit."

You can watch Fijimacintosh's "Metallic Withdrawals" video below.

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