Following the success of their “Crisis” collab, Rich Chigga and 21 Savage have shared the official music video for the song.

Directed by James Defina, the visuals bring together the rising comedian turned rapper Rich Chigga and 21 Savage together on screen for the very first time. “Crisis,” which is one of the latest self-produced releases from Rich Chigga, dropped last month and quickly racked up over 7.5 million total streams.

According to a press release for the video, Rich Chigga’s “debut project” is set to be released in February 2018. The Indonesian rapper-producer is currently touring Asia and will hit up North America and Europe early next year. Peep his dates below.

Dec 6 – Bangkok, Thailand @ GMM Livehouse Dec 8 – Singapore @ ZoukOut Dec 9 – Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia @ KL Live Dec 13 – Pasay City, Philippines @ House Manila at Remington Hotel Dec 16 – Jakarta, Indonesia @ Djakarta Warehouse Project w/ Keith Ape Feb 7 – San Francisco, California @ The Warfield Feb 10 – Los Angeles, California @ Shrine Auditorium Feb 20 – New York, New York @ Terminal 5 Mar 1 – Paris, France @ La Bellevilloise Mar 3 – London, United Kingdom @ O2 Islington Academy Mar 4 – London, United Kingdom @ O2 Islington Academy Mar 5 – Cologne, Germany @ CBE Mar 7 – Berlin, Germany @ Festaal Kreuzberg Mar 8 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Tolhuis (Paradiso Noord)

Revisit Rich Chigga’s “Glow Like Dat“ below.

In other music news, Ed Sheeran and Rihanna top Spotify's list of most streamed artists of 2017. Check out the rest of this year's most streamed music right here.

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