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KSI drops video game-inspired visual for “Number 2” with Future and 21 Savage

The collaboration is taken from KSI’s new album ‘All Over The Place.’

21 Savage, KSI, and Future
21 Savage, KSI, and Future
Video screenshot/Roscoe

Earlier this month, YouTube star-turned-recording artist KSI dropped off his sophomore LP All Over The Place, which sees 16 tracks with additional appearances from Rico Love, Gracey, Anne-Marie, Digital Farm Animals, Craig David, Jay1, Deno, Lil Durk, Bugzy Malone, and more. The album was a big success for KSI as well, landing him his first number one on the UK Albums chart with roughly 34,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week out — his official debut, Dissimulation, peaked at number two.

This week, the British talent unveils a new visual from the album for “Number 2,” which features 21 Savage and Future and sees KSI relishing in his success, especially in regards to his haters and non-believers:

“Whole gang up, all my brothers lit, racks on racks, ain’t too much to spеnd, all come through when they wanna live, new chain chillin’ and it got a twin, where were you when I was down? Where were you? Guess you is the shit now, number two, in the circus you a clown, look at you, bringing views...”

The video for the Chambers, Bankroll Got It, Mally Mall, and Diego Ave-produced cut comes courtesy of Roscoe and Nayip Ramos, and utilizes plenty of CGI to depict the collaborators in a friendly video game match-up. The clip mixes between shots of all three in their respective homes on what looks like PS5 controllers to in-game “footage” of them racing in matching BMWs — moments including 21 Savage racing while standing on top of his vehicle and KSI taking a break from the competition to post for his virtual fans. At its end, all three seem to hit an unfinished part of the game, driving off a cliff to their “demise.”

Press play on KSI, Future, and 21 Savage’s “Number 2” video below.

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