88rising's Rich Brian released "BALI" earlier this month, but has today shared the video, which shines a light on how he's supporting local key workers and healthcare workers during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
The Guapdad 4000 collaboration clip sees Brian flying a drone with gifts such as strawberries, condoms, Rick and Morty pyjama sets, Pokemon cards, and headphones to his musician friends, including labelmate NIKI, Thundercat, Denzel Curry, Buddy, Kenny Beats, and more.
Brian's "BALI" video also focuses on donating to local key workers, and sees Brian fly the drone to collect donations from his musician friends before flying it to food outlets to pay for meals for healthcare workers.
The visual isn't just heart-warming because of the donation aspect - Brian has made sure to target local businesses that are really struggling during the pandemic. In total, he donates 125 meals to the LA County Hospital, truck lease late payments for a local food truck, a sizable donation toward Asian Americans for Housing, meals for AAH (elderly persons), face masks and much more.