Ty Dolla $ign and Future have dropped visuals for "Campaign" just in time for the election today (Nov. 8).

Directed by Alex Bittan, the timely video is for the title track on Ty's latest release Campaign. The video finds Future and Ty in front of a huge American flag, with Ty explaining that he, "Did some numbers then I went back to the vault/Did some numbers then I went back in and fought."

Meanwhile, Future shows up and explains what happens after he "did some numbers."

"Did some numbers then I went and copped a Porsche/Did some numbers and I had to keep the torch/Did some numbers, always gotta do the tour/I just seen you flexin', turned up on a check/You gon' make a nigga fuck up some more racks," the Atlanta rapper offers.

The video aims to capture an election day vibe, which falls in line with Ty's vision for his entire album. He's previously said the project is about addressing the oppression still faced by the black community, including prison reform and police violence.

“I said at the beginning it’s the soundtrack for the summer, but it’s become the soundtrack to the 2016 elections,” said the 31 year-old who also embarked on a School Not Prisons tour with Pusha T.

Check out the video for "Campaign" above. The election is today (Nov. 8). Click here to find a polling location near you.


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