Polo G Walks Us Through His Mind With New “21” Video

   Polo G is continuing to apply pressure with the release of his first video on Lyrical Lemonade, “21”, directed by Cole Bennett. This track and video remind us why the Chicago based emcee and video director are so special.

   “21” was one of the best on his “THE GOAT” album and was already very memorable but with the new visuals to accompany the song, it has only made it even better. 

   The video features Polo G walking through sets of hallways and eventually a jailhouse while being followed and shot at by an assailant. Polo seems to dodge everything while letting all his recent thoughts and his “demons” out on record. He expresses his struggles with coming up in rap so fast, selling drugs, his own struggles with addiction, and the loss of Juice WRLD. 

   This is easily some of Polo G and Cole’s best work and is one of those times where the video genuinely makes the track better. We hope they continue to make videos just as good. How are y’all feeling this new video? Is it one of your favorite tracks off the album? Let us know!

  Follow Polo G:

  ▶️ instagram.com/polo.capalot

  ▶️ twitter.com/polo_capalot

  ▶️ soundcloud.com/polo-g

  Follow Cole Bennett:

  ▶️ instagram.com/_colebennett_

  ▶️ twitter.com/_colebennett_

  ▶️ www.youtube.com/user/GooodLifeFilms

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