Catch up on the trending visuals and music videos from this past week.
OVO’s underground R&B duo dvsn has been putting out a series of visuals that somehow all connect together. Or at least somehow all centered around the same themes of lust and relationships. Check out their newest video for “Too Deep” below and view the clip for “Hallucinations.” The full video is streaming exclusively on iTunes.
This past week was full of new music and Big Sean‘s I Decided definitely got the rotation on our speakers. Check out this neon-lit visual for his track “Halfway Off The Balcony.”
#VDAY2017 is fast approaching and all the feels will be everywhere. But that doesn’t mean your whole playlist has to involve all slow jams. Peep this choreography dance video for Far East Movement x Marshmello‘s track “Freal Luv ft. Tinashe & Chanyeol” and pick up a few dance moves before V-Day.
Props to Mariah Carey for staying relevant right now when younger female R&B singers are dominating on all forms of media. Getting YG on this new track though was probably her best move of 2017 so far.
After their tour of the Bay Area, Viceland headed to Atlanta to go behind the rap culture. Peep the trailer below featuring Migos and Killer Mike.
TDE rapper Ab-Soul is on a different level with these artistic and dark visuals. We ain’t mad at it though.
NPR tapped Big Baby D.R.A.M. for a special live acoustic set. Part of their “Tiny Desk Concert” series, the “Broccoli” rapper definitely showed off his Gospel background when he impressed the audience with some soulful tones.
Chocolate giant M&M‘s tapped KAWS and Visionaire to help celebrate their 75th Anniversary with this insanely trippy and colorful virtual reality experience.
This week’s skate visual hits you with some nostalgic vibes as it pieces together some vintage skate reels. “In conjunction with Black History Month, Mehrathon has put together an edit called ‘White Men Can’t Skate’ featuring some the worlds most stylish and iconic Black skateboarders. Edit by the ultra-talented Eric Lebeau.”
And finally, last but definitely not least, Alicia Keys shared a short film earlier this week titled “The Gospel.” The musical film is described as “a visual prelude to Alicia Keys‘ sixth studio album, Here. Keys pays tribute to the communities that raised her in four slice-of-life segments depicting the coming of age experience in New York City.”