Metro Boomin and 21 Savage find themselves crowded by a bevy of charms in the low-lit video to their Not All Heroes Wear Capes standout,” 10 Freaky Girls .” The second of collaborative relationships from the videotape,” 10 Freaky Girls” notes Savage flexing on a Metro banger full of exultant cornets and soulful tests. The duet mug their lane through the video alongside a “classic” automobile — an age-old, wood-sided beach wagon — the lingerie-clad entourage of patterns, and a parade ensemble.

Not All Heroes Wear Capes was Metro Boomin’s follow-up to his 2017 collaborative strip with Large-scale Sean, Double Or Nothing, which similarly expanded Metro’s palette of odd bait resounds. Meanwhile, Savage’s appearances on the recording were the first signal that its readiness to construct his own comeback with the No. 1-selling I Am> I Was, which dropped a few weeks late because he claims he forgot to turn it in. Savage’s other contribution to the Metro tape,” Don’t Come Out The House ,” led to a meme about the rapper applying an “ASMR” flow, which spurred the entitlement of a song on his own book where he doubled down on the eccentric give and illustrated the same sense of disconnected humor that influenced him to name his own debut campaign Issa after another favourite social media meme made a clip of him describing his forehead tattoo to a bemused interviewer disappear viral.

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