After teasing fans by saying he was quiting music, Metro Boomin dramatically returned in November of 2018 with his debut studio album Not All Heroes Wear Capes. Featuring a number of his closest collaborators, the highly anticipated record debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. Now, Metro is revisiting the well-received release with the video for the 21 Savage-featuring "10 Freaky Girls."
The Zac Facts-directed video features the producer and rapper surrounded by girls, explosions, and a particuarly flashy oldschool car. Matching the atmosphere of the track and further exemplifying once again just how well these two work together, the video acts as a nice reminder of just how great Not All Hereoes Wear Capes is. With a dark aesthetic that lines up perfectly with their music as a duo, it's a low-key visual that serves to accentuate their style.
Recently, Metro Boomin appeared on James Blake's new album Assume Form, contributing to two of the record's tracks. Other guests on the project include Rosalía, André 3000, Moses Sumney, and Travis Scott. 21 Savage, meanwhile, dropped his second studio album i am > i was at the tail end of the year. 21 worked with Metro on two records from the project, so hopefully we can expect to hear more from them together soon.
Watch the video for "10 Freaky Girls" above.