One month after dropping his You Will Regret mixtape, Ski Mask The Slump God continues to stake his claim as one of the most interesting up-and-coming rap stars in the game with his zany visual for "Catch Me Outside." Check out the inventive Cole Bennett-directed video below.

In the vid, Ski Mask hits up New York City's famed Times Square for an adventure, but it's far from a middle school field trip. As he walks through the area, he sees animated flames and what appears to be a replica of the Child's Play horror movie villain, Chucky, sitting in the center of the square. It's unclear what this is supposed to mean, or whether it means anything at all, but it's definitely an arresting image.

Throughout the vid, Ski can be seen sticking his head out of the side of a car, walking around interacting with older adults in Times Square and sipping on what appears to be some dirty Sprite. After he sips whatever it is he's concocted in his Sprite bottle, the area around him begins to turn purple. Weird, but you gotta love it.

The song itself finds Ski flexing a bouncy flow over a classic Timbo beat. The XXXTentacion affiliate also throws in a Naruto reference in his opening bars, which automatically makes the track even doper.

Check out Ski's latest below.

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