'Still Life' is another track off RM's debut solo album, 'Indigo', to receive a music video treatment after 'Wild Flower', which features a guest appearance from Youjeen.

AceShowbiz - RM continues to treat fans to a new music video after releasing his debut solo album, "Indigo". On Tuesday, December 6, the leader of BTS (Bangtan Boys) unleashed visuals for "Still Life" ft. Anderson .Paak.

The clip shows taking a trip by train. After opening his small notebook, the train stops and he begins daydreaming. The video later shows the singer/rapper delivering his bars in an empty cabin and a white space.

"Still Life" is another track off "Indigo" to receive a music video treatment. RM previously dropped "Wild Flower" visuals on Friday, December 2, the same day his debut solo album arrived.

The Woogie Kim-directed visuals displays RM watching a mesmerizing firework lighting up the night sky. The clip later cuts to him standing at the top of the hill at the end of the field. Before it concludes, the video shows RM hitting the stage at a packed stadium concert.

"Flower field, that's where I'm at/ Open land, that's where I'm at," the 28-year-old musician, whose real name is Kim Nam-joon, sings on the Youjeen-assisted track. "No name, that's what I have/ No shame, I'm on my grave."

"Wild Flower" is the lead single of "Indigo". About the tune, he explained to The Atlantic, "I think of a field with tons of wildflowers that you don't even know the names of. You just hold the flowers and throw them into the sky, and they come down so suddenly, maybe after five seconds... I want to have a life like more of a wildflower."

According to the South Korean artist, "Indigo" was inspired by the world around him. "Record of RM: Indigo. From the colors of nature, human, etc. Documentation of my youth in the moment of independent phase. Sun-bleached record faded like old jeans. The last archive of my twenties," he explained in a preview video shared on November 22.

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