Back in July, YouTuber-turned-recording artist KSI liberated his sophomore album All Over The Place, which — not including its subsequent special editions — came with 14 tracks and additional features from 21 Savage, Future, Polo G, Craig David, Digital Farm Animals, Bugzy Malone, Rico Love, and more. In addition to cracking the Billboard 200, the project also topped the UK Official Albums chart thanks to about 34,000 first-week album equivalent units, eventually earning KSI a Silver certification across the pond.
Last week, the British emcee decided to bless the masses with a new visual from All Over The Place for “No Time,” his collaboration with Chicago star Lil Durk. Produced by Chambers, Mally Mall, S-X, and Diego Ave, the melodic cut sees the artists speaking to their hectic lifestyles as a result of fame and fortune:
“I don’t gotta panic for that interview, I can call whenever for that rendezvous, fill the room, I got presence, and I never came in with a thing in a village, where the only thing that they view is me, how can they cancel when the only thing that made me was me? Been gainin’ titles since a teen, René Duprée, and bitch, I’m still here, standin’ like a Pando tree, bitch, I am OP…”
The accompanying clip comes courtesy of KDC Visions, an animation entity who has previously created some memorable visuals for Trippie Redd, Juice WRLD, and more. This go ‘round, the video begins with KSI at his desk (referencing the artwork for All Over The Place) before a mysterious watch bearing an eye begins zapping the rapper to various locations and dimensions — elsewhere, Durk can be seen riding around his city with a briefcase holding three planets. At some point, KSI is transported back to his room, where he gets back to business.
Press play on “No Time” below.