The controversial 22 Savage is back with the video to "No Heart," inspired by the 21 and Metro track of the same name.
The follow-up video to the viral "No Jumpin" video, from Baton Rouge's 22 Savage, is here. This time, the 19-year-old rapper who seems to have taken his name and much of his style from 21 Savage returns to the first track he ever put out as 22 Savage: "No Heart." 21 Savage fans will recognize "No Heart" to be the title of a standout track off July's Savage Mode, his joint album with Metro Boomin. 21's "No Heart" looks like it will be the first Savage Mode track to receive a video, but 22 Savage has beaten his host species to the punch by releasing the video to his own version of the cold-blooded song.
The video shows 22's betrayal at the hands of a thottie, eventually closing his door and his heart to her, along with the rest of the world. What's next for 22? His own Savage Mode, of course.
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