The clip opens with a young boy – presumably a younger version of the rapper – steering a sports car through an empty street. He meets an elder version of himself at an empty diner. The pair have a tense, wordless encounter. The video jumps to a scene at a house, where a woman is suddenly robbed at gunpoint. The clip ends with Future arriving at the house, where the woman remains tied up and the young boy sits on the couch.
Future recently made Billboard 200 history when he became the first artist ever to debut two different albums at Number One in consecutive weeks. Hndrxx took the top spot from the MC’s other 2017 release, Future.
Along with “Use Me,” Future previously shared a video for “Draco,” from his self-titled effort. He also appeared alongside Ariana Grande in the video for their Dangerous Woman collaboration, “Everyday” and teamed with Maroon 5 on their latest release, “Cold.”