Lights, camera, action. 21 Savage shows off his acting skills in the comedic video for his hit single “Bank Account” off his debut Issa Album.
The visual co-stars comedian Mike Epps, who’s lost in an office building where it looks like Saint Laurent Don is pulling off a heist. After beating up some guys, Mike prepares himself to take on 21. However, he’s quickly disarmed by a smiling Savage, who lets him in on a secret: it’s all part of a video and the guns aren’t real. Once Epps realizes this, he jumps in for a cameo.
“Bank Account,” which has been certified platinum, has become 21’s biggest song as a lead artist to date. The track peaked at No. 12 on the Hot 100 and has been on the chart for 17 weeks. “Bank Account” also led up to “rockstar,” Savage’s Post Malone-led collaboration, which is a mainstay at No. 1.
Recently, 21 also teamed up with Metro Boomin and Offset on Without Warning. The surprise project bowed at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 and has already spawned multiple Hot 100 bangers, including “My Choppa Hate Ni**as,” the Travis Scott-assisted “Ghostface Killers,” and “Rap Saved Me” featuring Quavo.
Next up, Savage is heading out on the “Numb the Pain Tour” with YoungBoy Never Broke Again, starting Nov. 16.