The Playaz Circle rapper leads a troupe of people to invade a warehouse, while Feist offers melancholy and sentimental imagery through a number of old and new photos.
2 Chainz releases a new music video, almost at the same time Feist drops hers. The Playaz Circle rapper premieres his clip to promote a song called "Riot", while the Canadian singer unleashes her video in support of a single titled "Bittersweet Melodies".
In the "Riot" clip, 2 Chainz throws a party with a bunch of his pals in a dark warehouse space. Unlike him, Feist doesn't appear in person in the "Bittersweet Melodies" video. Instead, her presence is replaced with juxtaposes of old and new images which feature adults posing the same way as their younger selves.
"Riot" is one of the songs that appear in 2 Chainz's street album with DJ Drama, "T.R.U. REALigion". As for "Bittersweet Melodies", it's included in Feist's fourth studio album "Metals", which has been in stores since fall 2011.