N.E.R.D share video for Future collaboration ‘1000’

Track is lifted from new album 'No_One Ever Really Dies'

N.E.R.D have shared the video for their Future collaboration ‘1000’.

Their new album ‘No_One Ever Really Dies’ will be released on December 15. See its artwork here.

The three-piece – consisting of Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo and Shay Haley – last released an album in 2010 with ‘Nothing’ and later contributed music to The SpongeBob Movie soundtrack in 2014.

N.E.R.D returned last month with their Rihanna-featuring comeback single ‘Lemon’ and its follow-up ‘Rollinem 7’s’, featuring Outkast’s Andre 3000. Pharrell and co also played the album live in full at a special show.

The trio recently shared Future collaboration ‘1000’, which NME described as “entirely lacking in cool restraint”. Its accompanying video intersperses clips of protests and police brutality with co-ordinated dance routines. Watch beneath.

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1000, a song by N.E.R.D, Future on Spotify

Along with Future, Rihanna and Andre 3000, the album will also feature guest appearances from Ed Sheeran, Kendrick Lamar, MIA, Gucci Mane and Wale.

See the album’s tracklist in full below:

‘Deep Down Body Thirst
‘Lemon’ (feat. Rihanna)
‘Voilà’ (feat. Gucci Mane and Wale)
‘1000’ (feat. Future)
‘Don’t Don’t Do It’ (feat. Kendrick Lamar and M.I.A.)
‘ESP’
‘Lightning Fire Magic Prayer’
‘Rollinem 7’s’ (feat. André 3000)
‘Lifting You’ (feat. Ed Sheeran)
‘(Secret Life Of Tigers)’

Pharrell first hinted that N.E.R.D were set to return back in September 2015, when he confirmed that work on a new album.

N.E.R.D released their first album, ‘In Search Of…’ in 2002. The albums ‘Fly Or Die’ (2004), ‘Seeing Sounds’ (2008) and ‘Nothing’ (2010) have followed.