Roddy Ricch has dropped a new Mustard-produced single, "Late at Night," along with an accompanying music video. The latest single marks Ricch’s first solo track of the year.
In the X-directed visual, the rapper steps out in his hometown of Compton, where he slowly walks through an empty home before entering a deserted amusement park. There, the rapper rides the ferris wheel, and upon reaching the top, Ricch gets sucked into a vortex that leads to an alternate universe.
He enters an upscale, colorfully-lit party, where he suddenly transforms into a werewolf and attempts to attack his love interest Karrueche Tran. She then suddenly wakes up from a poolside nap and realizes she dreamt up the whole debacle. But just before the video ends, Ricch turns and looks into the camera with glowing green eyes, a nod to Michael Jackson's iconic "Thriller" video.
Watch below and let us know what you think of the new track!