With a bid to make his first ever Billboard No.1, Canadian rapper-singer Drake releases the visuals for his unexpected summer smash “Hotline Bling”. The Director X directed video features some quirky dance moves from the reigning king of hip-hop. You can stream Drake’s “Hotline Bling” in the YouTube link above.
Following on from their music video “Skies”, Cattle and Cane release the video for their latest song “Sold My Soul”. Featured on their debut album “Home”, the band which includes four siblings, “Soul My Soul” captures some of the footage of the band on tour. Have a look at Cattle & Cane’s “Sold My Soul”...
When Afrobeats and House combine you get the the sound of Bimni Philips; a highly infectious club banger with some notable quotables. This fusion of cultures culminate in his latest offering “It’s Bimbi”. Have a look at the lyrical video up in the YouTube link above.
Little May’s graphic and impactful new video “Seven Hours” is detailed through expressive dance to display a compelling narrative. The track “Seven Hours” is available for download and purchase now as well as their album “For The Company”. Have a look at the video up in the YouTube link above.
With an extensive and revealing focus on body image, Braids releases the visuals for their track “Taste” off her LP release “Deep In The Iris”. Have a look at the video up in the YouTube link above.
Fictonian with “Mrs Jones” offer us an epic clip which watches like looking into a maze through a kaleidoscope, most videos offer a clip which relates to the song, but this video just looks like the track absolutely visualised. Psychedelic and trippy as hell, it’s definitely worth a watch. Check it out above!
Show Me The Body offer us a music video staple with this clip. A classic montage of gigs and touring put together at a very home quality level, it reminds me a bit of The Knife’s “Heartbeats”, the quality of the track isn’t necessarily enhanced, but it imitates the intimacy of a gig. Check it...
Immediately familiar, paying a huge homage to 90s MTV, this video by JAWS takes us back to MTV playing clips like this one after another. Filmed in their very own rehearsal space it gives us an insight into how the band puts together tracks like What We Haven’t Got Yet. Familiar, nostalgic and very much...
With a subtitled video that looks like a grown up version of Moonrise Kingdom, this electro-pop track sounds like it’d definitely be a good accompaniment to an Anderson movie. Perfect, I imagine, listened to whilst lounging by a pool. Check it out above!
With this clean cut clip, Norma Jean Martine bursts forward with Paloma Faith vocals and a face thats able to pull a hundred expressions per beat. Catchy and layered, the stripped back video shows her vocals don’t need a huge video to hide behind. Check it out above!