HipHopDX Premiere: AmirSaysNothing has surfaced with a new visual for “Aspirin.” Directed by Mike Poore, the video finds the Los Angeles-based MC rapping in a grungy warehouse as he pulls a bank heist.

Produced by Charlie Scovill, the track serves as the second single from his latest EP, Love Always, Mr. Right. 

“It’s a a come up, take no shit, fuck the world up kinda joint told through the lense of a robbing the world for it all like a bank,” Amir tells HipHopDX.” love bank robbery movies like Heat and The Town. 

“The video itself was an adventure. All the roof scenes were filmed at an abandoned hospital that we had to break into on some ninja shit with cameras and everything. Speeding in my man Levi’s Chevelle, I wore the vest and bandana on the wrist as a tribute to Prodigy. He was rocking a similar kinda thing in the ‘Quiet Storm’ video. Being from NYC originally and growing up on Mobb Deep, his death hit me pretty hard.”

Watch the “Aspirin” video above and cop the EP here.