21 Savage has been holding on tight to any visuals from his Savage Mode album, but on Tuesday night (Oct. 18) he finally let go of the "No Heart" video. You can watch it above.

Metro Boomin stars in the flick, chugging a 40 in the gas station before smashing it on the floor, while 21 checks haters and peeks out the window.

Savage Mode dropped back in July, since spawning fan favorites like "X" with Future, "No Advance" and "No Heart."

The Atlanta rapper was one of the most refreshing interviews for the 2016 Freshman cover, saying, "I make murder music. Kill a nigga music."

In case you haven't heard it, Savage Mode is one of the most serene, menacing projects of the year. With Metro producing every track, there is a singular tone struck throughout the nine-song, thirty-two-minute album.

21 Savage and Metro Boomin take the stage together on Nov. 4 in NYC for Metro Boomin’s Young Metro Don’t Trust Trump concert, which will help establish a college scholarship fund to send one graduating high school senior from the greater St. Louis area to attend Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia.

Watch the video for "No Heart," directed by Azae Productions and ThePicture Man, above.

See Behind-the-Scenes Photos of 21 Savage at 2016 XXL Freshman Class Cover Shoot

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