You've probably seen Nike's epic collaboration with performer FKA Twigs.
It's called Do You Believe In More?, and if it doesn't want to make you pull your pants up under your gym leggings and start prancing around some ruins, we don't know what will.
The super-brand hooked up with the London native and a 17 year-old film maker to make the most fantastical and edgy sports video we've ever seen.
Until, Nike's old mate Adidas came along last week and dropped this.
A new film called ORIGINAL is never finished.
It features grime break-out star Stormzy, basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, rapper Snoop Dogg and photographer Petra Collins, amongst others.
It's trippy visuals may actually out-weird (in a good way) FKA's beautifully bonkers dance troupe.
Especially when Petra Collins becomes Boticelli's The Birth of Venus'.
Under the video Adidas wrote,
We feature visionaries from the worlds of music, art, skate, and sport. Reaffirming the notion original is never finished, the film features a remix of the iconic song, "My Way" by Frank Sinatra with a provocative approach to today's streetwear culture. adidas Originals turns to the new generation of creators to inspire them to redefine their meaning of originality. 'Original is Never Finished' film explores this idea that driving culture forward can recreate the idea of what is truly original.
Seems like 'My Way' is the song de jour, well Donald is an original, for sure.