Polo G has unveiled a Cole Bennett-directed visual for his latest The Goat single, “21.”
The broody, saturated one-take clip opens on Polo relaxing in his bedroom when a masked shooter intrudes and begins firing off bullets. Luckily for the Chicago rapper, time miraculously slows down, and he dodges the shots. As he makes his narrow escape, other items in Polo’s house begin to float and hanging portraits come to life.
Later in the video, Polo finds himself trapped in a jail cell with his mysterious attacker, who turns out to be an evil version of the rapper with horns. The clip also features a posthumous appearance from the rapper’s late friend Juice WRLD.
“21” is the latest cut off The Goat to receive a visual treatment, following “Wishing for a Hero,” “33” and “DND.” The album also included “Go Stupid,” a collaboration with Stunna 4 Vegas, NLE Choppa and Mike Will Made-It.
Watch Polo’s latest music video below: