By Dana Getz
Updated August 05, 2016 at 03:09 PM EDT

Following a tearful turn in “Crash” earlier this summer, Usher is back with a dance-happy new video for “No Limit.”

Released exclusively on Tidal Friday, the visual sees the R&B crooner tap a bevy of his talented comrades for a four-minute run through sleek choreography. Midway through, a handful of dance-savvy kids steal the show.

“No Limit,” which premiered in June, was the first single to come from Usher’s forthcoming eighth album, Flawed. He announced the project in January, later sharing the Young Thug-featuring “No Limit” and post-breakup slow jam “Crash.”

“What is ‘flawed?’ It’s something that is not perfect. It’s a future relic of some sorts, to grow and blossom and gain texture. But it is those things, those tumultuous occurrences and things that happen in your life that define what it is, and in our country and us as people,” Usher told Ryan Seacrest of the record in June. “All of these things are standards, and I became the inspiration. Now I cant tell you yet at the end what it’s gonna be, and but right now it’s Flawed.”

Usher has yet to announce a release date for Flawed, though it was reportedly slated to drop in July. He last put out 2012’s Looking 4 Myself, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.

TIDAL members can watch the “No Limit” video here, and non-members can view a 30-second preview below.