The entirely black-and-white visual runs almost like a movie. The video’s director, Derek Schklar chose to open with another song from Trouble’s recent mixtape Edgewood: the spoken-word interlude; “It’s In Your Hands” is played over views of the rapper’s lifestyle. From there, the song comes in, continuing with the lifestyle visuals. This pattern repeats itself over the course of the 7 minute and 37 second video.
The disclaimer at the beginning of the video alludes to there being a “narrative short film” which may be the music video itself or could be something even bigger than the song. Watch the full music video for “Bring It Back” below.