The Jakarta Post
Indonesian rapper Rich Brian has released the second version of his music video for “Bali”.
The video was shot in Jakarta and Bali, making it a contrast to the first version that was shot in Los Angeles, the United States.
With the new music video, Brian urges his fans to make donations to essential workers affected by COVID-19 through crowdfunding campaign Sumbang Suara.
In the video, Brian is seen giving away donations with the help of the delivery service of ride-hailing app Gojek. The drivers deliver cash to street vendors, artists and animal shelters, among other recipients.
The first version of the “Bali” video features a similar concept, in which the rapper is seen sending donations using a drone to essential workers, healthcare workers and street vendors.
“I want to give back to people in my beloved country. This is a difficult time for us all,” Brian said in a statement.
The rapper, who is based in the US and is among the most well-known artists from 88rising collective, also said he wanted to inspire more people to help each other, especially workers who were significantly affected by the pandemic.
Released in April, “Bali” is inspired by the resort island and is a collaboration between Rich Brian and rapper Guapdad 4000. (gis/wng)
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