In the video, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi are joined by up-and-coming Florida rapper Kodak Black to perform the track during a smoky house party smothered in flickering, colorful Christmas lights.
The "Real Chill" video was filmed in recent weeks as Kodak Black was released from jail on December 1st after posting bail related to sexual assault charges in South Carolina.
According to The Source, "Real Chill" director Max wrote of the video shoot, "When ur in Miami and find out @kodakblack got out so u shoot a video at his house and fuck up an Airbnb with @raesremmurd."
"Real Chill" is the third new music video Rae Sremmurd have dropped during the reign of "Black Beatles" atop the Hot 100: In late November, the duo unveiled their "Shake It Fast" video with Juicy J, and just a week ago, Swae Lee and Slim Jxmmi released their somber "Now That I Know" video.
In total, Rae Sremmurd have produced eight videos for tracks off their 2016 LP, including clips for "Black Beatles" with Gucci Mane, "Start a Party," "Set the Roof" with Lil Jon, "By Chance" and "Look Alive."