Directed by Kristian Mercado Figueroa and shot in Jamaica and New York City, the new video explores two tales of a family divided by country but connected by their love.
The fiery, hip-house track comes ahead of the duo’s third studio album, ‘Energy’, out 28 August.
The links between the American band and the British guitar hero go deeper than you might think.
“Now I can say I finally worked with the living legend – Ms Toni Braxton.,” said Missy Elliott.
The blues-rock quartet made a UK album chart breakthrough in their banner month of June 1970.
Produced by Steve Albini and featuring the singles, 'Man-Size' and '50 Ft Queenie', 'Rid Of Me' peaked at No 3 in the UK and drew widespread critical acclaim.
As had just happened on the album side, the band's British singles debut was well before they achieved the same feat in America.
The new track is the singer-songwriter's first new music since his chart-topping debut album, 'Without Fear'.
The song, featuring Hak Baker, comes off ‘None Of Us Are Getting Out Of This Life Alive’, out 10 July.
The single comes off Reyez’s acclaimed debut full-length, ‘Before Love Came To Kill Us’.
The single, feat. Donae'o and Greentea Peng, comes ahead of The Streets’ anticipated new mixtape, ‘None of Us Are Getting Out of This Life Alive’, out 10 July.
The new track will also feature on the band's upcoming album, 'Imploding The Mirage'.
The first drive-in concert in LA is raising funds for The Plus1 For Black Lives Fund and local LA charity Summaeverythang.
The new song is also set to feature on the band's upcoming sixth album, 'Imploding The Mirage'.
The duo joined the show remotely for a performance of their hit ‘Slow Down’, plus two classic tracks from Bob Marley.