“Way Out,” which arrived on Wednesday (Dec. 9) features the 22-year-old rapper’s characteristic low-pitched voice against a stirring beat. The accompanying video finds him living it up at a luxurious restaurant with friends, rapping, “I can tell who’s on the way out / Twenty-five shows, check the pay out / I ain’t goin’ home, I’ma stay out / Motherf—ers hate you when they lookin’ for a way out.”
The vignette then pans to Sean, enjoying a drink at the bar. “I get paid to do me, that’s a fact check / I run it up, then retrace my last steps,” he proclaims.
Harlow chatted with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe upon the song’s release, sharing, “He invited me in the house and I think they the barrier that you could have just was broke down immediately. He’s one of those down-to-earth cats. We just started talking about life. He was giving me gems. He’s been in the game for so long now. He’s experienced it. He knows what it’s like. So he was giving me a game bro, and just saluting me. And honestly, probably one of the nicest rappers I’ve ever met, if not the nicest.”
“Way Out” is set to appear on Harlow’s highly anticipated debut album, That’s What They All Say, out Friday (Dec. 11). “I do believe this album is timeless,” he told Lowe. “And I think it will timestamp this moment. And people are going to remember this album and live with it for years to come. So I’m excited about it.”
Watch the new music video below.