ScHoolboy Q and 21 Savage’s “Floating” video is a hyperactive tour of Los Angeles

Watch the new visuals from Q’s recent album CrasH Talk.

May 15, 2019

ScHoolboy Q and his label Top Dawg Entertainment make some of the most visually stimulating music videos in rap, and once again Dave Free and Jack Begert have teamed for magic with the clip for "Floating." The video consists of scenes shot around Los Angeles — the parties, the dirt, the drives in the day or night. What makes them special is the effect that they're edited together with, something like a flipbook stuck on the edge of a black hole. Even though the video is stylized, it's far more convincing than most clips that seek to show you a city through the eyes of an artist. The song appears on Q's great new album CrasH Talk and features 21 Savage, who doesn't appear in the clip.

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"Floating" joins the previously released CrasH Talk visuals for "Numb Numb Juice" and "CHopstix" featuring Travis Scott.

ScHoolboy Q and 21 Savage’s “Floating” video is a hyperactive tour of Los Angeles