YG Is On the Run From Police in 'One Time Comin' Video: Watch

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YG in the video for "One Time Comin'"

Despite releasing his album Still Brazy only a few months ago, YG took to Twitter on Tuesday night to announce that a new project will be "koming soon."

As fans await YG's forthcoming mixtape, he released a visual for his anti-police anthem "One Time Comin" on Wednesday (Oct. 26).

The video opens with a man, dressed in all-black, frantically running away from the hidden figure recording the chase with a body camera, which serves as the central theme of YG's anti-police anthem "One Time Comin" and the theme continues to unfold throughout the video.

The visual alternates between body camera and police surveillance footage as the cameras continue taunt the runner. YG races through the desert in a high-speed chase with his leading lady riding shotgun as they attempt to escape the police cars trailing behind them. Though YG was eventually surrounded by cops, he ended the video with his middle finger in the air -- a clear symbol of his disdain toward the officials.

Watch YG race through the desert below:


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