The late Pop Smoke’s collaborative single with Dua Lipa, “Demeanor,” gets the royal treatment in a new music video.
Directed by Nabil, the video takes place at a rowdy dinner party set in the Victorian age. Pop appears posthumously in a painting, while his ghost hovers by the head seat of the table. Lipa, on the other hand, arrives at the party wearing a vintage Jean Paul Gaultier corset and singing Pop’s praises. “You can’t say Pop without Smoke / So fill up your lungs, my diamonds’ll make you choke / You like the way I move, my demeanor is meaner than yours / So clap for the encore,” she sings in the chorus.
The Dru DeCaro- and Corey “Cutz” Nutile-produced track was one of several collaborations that appeared on Pop’s latest posthumous album, Faith. The record also saw features from Kanye West, Pusha T, Rick Ross, The-Dream, 21 Savage, The Neptunes, Future, Chris Brown and more.
Watch the video for “Demeanor” below: