Dej Loaf has dropped a cool video for her song "No Fear," the first single off her forthcoming album Liberated.

Right away, the director Rubberband tries to play tricks with your mind, because one second you see Dej in a bedroom, then the walls drop and her bed turns into a moving vehicle. The Detroit rhymer also cruises down a West Coast highway, while she sings about the love of her life.

"Even though I live my life on the road / Doesn't mean I don't have time for you / Plenty have tried, almost came close / But none of them compare to you," she sings.

About mid way, the clip turns into animation, and you see a yellow butterfly soaring through different vibrant backgrounds. The video has a dreamy vibe to it, which makes sense because Dej said it's based on her childhood.

"Growing up, I used to daydream in my bedroom about everything from love, to my career, to traveling the world," she explained. "The video sort of reflects that joyful feeling of going from daydreaming to realizing my dreams. My new album is a personal journey, and I hope my fans enjoy riding along with me."

Besides, the new clip for "No Fear," the 26-year-old recently dropped a song with her rumored flame Lil Durk called "The One." She also released a cut called "Birdcall 1.5," plus, a joint project with Jacquees.

You can peep the new video below.

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