21 Savage Releases Music Video for “Bank Account”

CocoRosie (Sierra and Bianca Casady) have announced their first North American tour dates in honor of their upcoming album Put The Shine On.

After months of overwhelming fan anticipation, 21 Savage has uncovered the cinematic music video for his chart-dominating RIAA platinum-certified smash “Bank Account” today.

The clip makes the wait completely worthwhile! Starring comedy legend Mike Epps [The HangoverNext Friday], the visual brings “Bank Account” to life with big screen-ready action and humor in every frame. Channeling Die Hard with a Savage twist, it begins with Epps strolling up to an office building carrying an oversized teddy bear. Soon, he notices that all is not as it seems, and the rapper’s gun-toting henchmen have taken hostages. He springs to the rescue only to be surprised once again…You’ll have to watch it to find out more.

Next week, 21 Savage embarks on the Numb The Pain Tour, beginning November 16 in Austin, TX at Stubb’s with support from Youngboy NBA. The full itinerary can be found below. Most dates are already sold out!

21 Savage’s reign in blood and racks has only just begun.

Expect many more surprises in 2018 and beyond. 


11/16                Austin, TX                                Stubb’s

11/17                Dallas, TX                                Oaktopia Fest*

11/18                San Antonio, TX                     Vibes Event Center

11/19                Houston, TX                            Revention Music Center

11/21                New Orleans, LA                     Joy Theater

11/24                Orlando, FL                             Venue 578

11/26                Tampa, FL                                Ritzybor

11/28                Louisville, KY                           Mercury Ballroom

11/30                Detroit, MI                                 Royal Oak

12/2                  Minneapolis, MN                     Myth

12/5                  Des Moines, IA                        7 Flags Event Center

12/7                  Milwaukee, WI                         The Rave

12/8                  St. Louis, MO                           Pop’s

12/9                  Kansas City, MO                     Uptown Theater

12/12                Denver, CO                             Ogden

12/14                New York, NY                          Radio Show

12/15                Salt Lake City, UT                   The Complex

12/17                Los Angeles, CA                     Rolling Loud

12/19                Albuquerque, NM                    El Rey

12/21                Tulsa, OK                                Cain’s Ballroom

12/22                Memphis, TN                          Minglewood Hall

12/23                Mobile Kitchen                       Soul Kitchen*


*without Youngboy NBA