Directed by frequent Chirs Brown collaborator Jake Miosge, the video for “Metropolis Women” performs out extra like a brief movie. Set in Hollywood throughout the ’40s and narrated by A Bronx Story star Lillo Brancato Jr., the clip opens with Brown strolling into an upmarket cabaret-style membership, just for Thugger to affix in shortly after. Intercut with loads of footage of Brown dancing, the video ultimately erupts into violence between the duo and the native mobsters.
The 2 joined forces for the undertaking earlier this yr, they usually’ve been releasing ingenious movies ever since. Most just lately, their video for “Say You Love Me” noticed the 2 sort out a extra sci-fi method, which is clearly a giant change from the ’40s-inspired gangster aesthetic of the “Metropolis Women” video.
Simply final month, Brown hinted that he might have extra collaborations with Drake on the best way. “We bought some songs, we positively bought some songs,” he teased after merely saying that there can be a Drake-Chris Brown album some day. “There’s positively gon’ be one thing that we’re engaged on that is gon’ be loopy.” Younger Thug, in the meantime, has had a really prolific yr, collaborating with numerous rappers from Megan Thee Stallion to Travis Scott.
Watch the video for “Metropolis Women” above.