Watch the latest set of visuals from Jay Critch and producer Harry Fraud.
Jay Critch delivers a flawless flow over Harry Fraud's smooth production on "Thousand Ways," offering fans a veritable New York collaboration. Could this be the beginning of a beautiful musical relationship, recalling French Montana and Harry Fraud's formidable run? The song actually dropped five months ago, but is just now receiving an official music video, hopefully signifying that more is to come from these two.
The visual is directed by Jason Goldwatch, and through a fish-eye lens we find Harry Fraud and Jay Critch around the streets of New York City -- whether outside mobbing with his entourage, or solo dolo in a lamp shop (actually, but the scene is pretty cool, as he's surrounded by chandeliers), or else cruising around in a convertible with the top down.
When Jay Critch isn't collaborating with Harry Fraud, he can often be found alongside Rich the Kid -- the two connected on the recent track "For The Fame," a precursor to Rich the Kid's mixtape series Rich Forever. The fourth instalment is expected to arrive on July 13th, so keep your eyes peeled for more leaks.
Check out the latest music video in the meantime.