After releasing his long-awaited debut album, Stokeley, last Friday (Nov. 30), Ski Mask The Slump God begins to give fans an idea of what to expect from the visuals supporting the project. Today (Dec. 3), the 2018 XXL Freshman shares a snippet for his "La La" video, which is presumably dropping pretty soon.

In the video, Ski Mask is jamming to his breakout single "Catch Me Outside," which recently went gold, while he's whipping his truck down a country road. After getting into an accident, he assesses the damage done to his vehicle. From there, the rapper appears to morph into an evil version of himself as his eyeballs are flooded with red ooze and he coughs up blood.

The video is directed by Cole Bennett, and that's clearly something Ski Mask is excited about. "Cmon Who Fucking With Cole Bennett, More Videos On The Way But This One There's Something At The End Thats Really Special You Have To See," Ski wrote as the caption for his Instagram post that included his new video preview.

Earlier this month, Ski shared some insight on what fans could expect from his Stokeley album. "The Album Name Is 'Stokeley,'" he wrote in an IG post at the time. "From It Expect To Learn About My Personality, Versatility, And Why I Didn't Win My Position In Life I Earned It."

Check out a snippet of Ski Mask The Slump God's "La La" video below.

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