Las Vegas rapper Baby Keem continues to apply pressure and releases psychedelic and euphoric visuals for his single “Honest.” Director James R. Weneta and Keem do a masterful job in piecing together the shots and different scenes for this video. The video kicks off with Keem resting peacefully before we venture into his mind to explore what’s going on in the teenage rappers subconscious. They keep the video interesting with the panning of the camera from scene to scene to capture different moments in the song as Baby Keem melodically glides over Honest’s instrumental. Even though it has been a couple of weeks since its release Baby Keem’s album ‘Die For My Bitch’ has been one of the albums I’ve been going back to daily because of songs like this. With “Honest” you hear vulnerable bars from Keem as he explains the constant tug of war he deals with from women, fame and himself. “Honest” sounds like if Kendrick Lamar and Kid Cudi had a baby and spat out a track that embodies an eerie but serene vibe.

Watch Baby Keem’s video for “Honest” after the break.