The visual for Miguel's latest J. Cole-assisted single, "Come Through and Chill," is finally here. On Wednesday (April 25), Miguel unveiled the video for the song, which appears on his War & Leisure album. The track finds the crooner living a womanizer's dream as he spends time with two baddies.

Throughout the video, we see one woman on what appears to be the set of a video shoot doing some sensual dancing as Miguel looks on. It looks like the singer is the either directing the shoot or playing some role in producing the video. Either way, looks like he's having himself a time.

On the other hand, there's Cole, who uses a pay phone to contact one of his ladies. "Yeah, I don't wanna put no pressure on ya/I just wanna put a blessing on ya/Since our last undressing session/I'm not really sure if you've been checking," Cole spits on the understated instrumental.

After the beginning part of the visual, the next time we see Cole is on a stage rocking the mic. There doesn't appear to be an audience, though.

This video arrives just a little less than a week after Cole dropped off his new album, KOD. With its focus on the pitfalls of drugs and superficiality, Cole's latest has drawn plenty of attention from the rap community. The album's bookend track—"1985 (Intro to Fall Off)"—has drawn the most buzz with its commentary on those particular topics.

But getting back to the matter at hand, you can check out the visual for "Come Through and Chill" below.

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