Catch up on the trending visuals and music videos from this past week.
NxWorries – Lyk Dis
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge perform their smooth track “Lyk Dis” on a neon-lit rooftop.
SZA – CTRL Documentary Part 1
TDE’s very own SZA stays busy working on new music. The mini documentary chronicles the soulful siren’s road to the creation of her upcoming album CTRL, which is currently TBA.
Denzel Curry – This Life
Florida rapper Denzel Curry delivers on this track and visual. As one of 2016’s “Freshmen Class” from XXL Mag, he has a lot to prove and with his endless talent, we should be hearing more of him on the radio circuit.
Tyga – Gucci Snakes featuring Desiigner
Tyga just spent 10 bands at Gucci and all we got was this video. The fast-paced, colorful visual is accompanied by Desiigner.
Kodak Black – Everything 1K
“Cash me outside, how bout dah.” Ok, go ahead and say it one more time, but after that…put that to sleep. Done. We got this girl on top of a rented Rolls-Royce and flashing dollar bills y’all. I can’t with this ghetto buffoonery. Again, done. But this track from Kodak Black is dope tho.
Snoop Dogg – Legend
Off the upcoming Coolaid album, the iconic LBC rapper Snoop Dogg tells us why he’ll always be the best in the rap game.
Juicy J – Gimme Gimme featuring Slim Jxmmi
Money, cars, and Rodeo Drive…gimme gimme.
Juicy J – Ain’t Nothing featuring Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign
Back to back Juicy J?! It’s too much. But too good. Btw, we need an invite to Juicy J’s next party. Just saying.
Rae Sremmurd on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert
You may be over their hit song “Black Beatles,” but here’s something new- the rap duo performed the song on the very same stage where The Beatles made their American debut in 1964.
AlunaGeorge – Not Above Love
London’s electronic pop music duo AlunaGeorge comes through with another stellar visual.
VeilHymn – Hymn
Dev Hynes (Blood Orange) and Bryndon Cook (Starchild & The New Romantic) are VeilHymn. After releasing their collab track “Hymn” a few weeks ago, we now have an artistic visual set in Jamaica.
Grimes featuring Janelle Monáe – Venus Fly
Two artists known for changing the norm of their respective genres, Grimes and Jannelle Monáe collaborated on this electronic track titled “Venus Fly.” The extremely high contrast visual plays out like two villains or dark female warriors.
M.I.A. – P.O.W.A.
The singer starts on a truck bed surrounded by flowers, later she is a covered in silk amidst a rocky mountain…we expected nothing less. Watch the visual for the powerful, politically-charged song below.
Moonbase – It Don’t Matter featuring Anderson .Paak
If Mortal Kombat comes to your mind when watching this visual from Moonbase, then you’re not alone. The action-packed black and white visual is too good, we might just watch it a few more times.
Naughty Boy – Should’ve Been Me feat. Kyla and Popcaan
“I wanted to show how skateboarding is a universal language. No matter where you’re from or where you live, it unites us all,” says director Ben Strebel. A powerful and moving visual set to the catchy dancehall music of Naughty Boy, Kyla and Popcaan.
Anderson .Paak – Come Down (Gospel Version)
And finally, because it’s Sunday, here’s Anderson .Paak‘s hit song “Come Down” set to the tune of a gospel choir. Take yourself to church with this one.