The Colin Tilley-directed visual combines elements of Mad Max, Suicide Squad and The Purge series as a group of masked marauders rob convenience stores, engage in shootouts and start fires in lawless city streets. Future and Rose drive around surveying the scene, with the femme fatale doing her best to distract the rapper as he navigates the chaos.
The video concludes a fiery confrontation between rioters and S.W.A.T. in the streets as Future performed “Mask Off” from the roof of a Checks Cashed establishment. The “Mask Off” video arrives just one day after the rapper performed the Future track on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Future’s Nobody Safe tour with Migos and A$AP Ferg also kicked off Thursday night in Memphis.
“Mask Off” is the standout cut off Future, which arrived a week before its follow-up HNDRXX. Both albums debuted at Number One on the Billboard 200, making Future the first artist ever to top the album charts in consecutive weeks with different LPs.