Last month, 6LACK unleashed his extremely anticipated East Atlanta Love Letter album. One of the standout cuts off the challenge that garnered the eye of listeners was the ATL native's debut collaboration with J. Cole on the somber "Pretty Little Fears." The pair reunited for the T-Minus-produced monitor's visible, which launched Monday afternoon (Oct. 15).
The tender clip finds 6LACK and the Dreamville frontman combating their relationship struggles in differing methods. The 26-year-old hyphenate opens up about his relationship failures in a dialogue confronting his woman on the time, taking the intensive dialog from the college fitness center to the oceanside.
Cole injects himself into the Matthew Dillon Cohen-directed visible shortly after the two-minute mark, vulnerably talking on how his relationship has allowed him to thrive in life, even when making errors prior to now. The North Carolina-bred rapper finally ends up at a vacant carnival alongside 6LACK to shut out the video with a serene second of reflection.
Watch the "Pretty Little Fears" video beneath.