New year, new visuals.
We’re starting off 2017 with a cinematic short film from OVO’s R&B duo dvsn, featuring music from their album Sept. 5th. It’s a long weekend and the parties ain’t over yet, time for the “Freaky Freaks” to get down on the dancefloor, well…just let Oakland rapper Kamaiyah tell it. Travis Scott dropped a music video for a track off his critically-acclaimed album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight featuring Canadian singer NAV. Lil Uzi Vert goes back to high school and transforms into a Japanese animation character in his newest visual. Future shared a lo-fi video for his new track “Buy Love.” Rae Sremmurd did what they do best and threw a wild house party, watch their video for “Real Chill” featuring Kodak Black. Also living that rap star life, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie dropped this new visual for his song “Macaroni.” The electronic R&B track “Move Together” by Somewhere Else featuring vocals from Majid Jordan have had a huge streaming success on SoundCloud, we finally got a visual that matches the song’s passionate tone. And finally, for the tech experts who received a Samsung VR gear for Christmas- here’s a 360 visual from Arecibo that feels like a futuristic car ride inside the Tron universe.
dvsn – The Choir
Kamaiyah – Freaky Freaks
Travis Scott – beibs in the trap featuring NAV
Lil Uzi Vert – P’s & Q’s
Future – Buy Love
Rae Sremmurd – Real Chill featuring Kodak Black
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – Macaroni
Somewhere Else – Move Together featuring Majid Jordan
Arecibo – I’m Cosmic (360 Music Video)