Metro Boomin Drops Visual for "10 Freaky Girls" Feat. 21 Savage

With a funny anecdote from 21 Savage.

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808-overlord Metro Boomin has returned with a vintage-styled music video for “10 Freaky Girls” feat. 21 Savage, the first track off the producer’s debut album Not All Heroes Wear Capes.

Directed by Zac Facts, the visuals that accompany the hard-hitting beat from the Atlanta-based producer are a retro-esque portrayal fitted with lowlight, vintage cars, lounging lingerie-sporting women, and a live marching band. The video ends hilariously with rapper 21 Savage sitting around a circle of women sporting satin pyjamas, sharing a story about running into a guy he robbed back in the day who was somehow happy to see him. While 21 might not be the epitome of a good bedtime story teller, the concluding clip is sure to have fans laughing.

Take a look at the unique visual above and let us know what you think.

For related news, Metro Boomin co-produced two tracks on James Blake’s latest album Assume Form.

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