Best Hip-Hop Videos To Drop Last Week: Mike, Wiki, 38 Spesh, Harry Fraud, Meek Mill & More

Robyn Mowatt Robyn Mowatt is a Staff Writer at Okayplayer where she…
Mike The Alchemist One More
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Last week video releases from Mike, Wiki, 38 Spesh, Harry Fraud, and Meek Mill captured our attention.

Mike and Wiki drop off a video for “One More” from their collaborative EP One More entirely produced by The Alchemist. 38 Spesh and Harry Fraud release a visual for “SAL’S PIZZA.”

Meek Mill also releases his own take on DJ Khaled’s “God Did.”

And Stormzy unleashes “This Is What I Mean” featuring Black Sherif, Jacob Collier, Amaarae, and more.

Mike, Wiki, The Alchemist – “One More”

For “One More” Mike and Wiki are giving off nostalgic vibes throughout the visual directed by Nicholas Stafford Briggs. New York City silhouettes are juxtaposed with the Patta x Tommy Hilfiger gear featured in each scene. Both Mike and Wiki’s wordplay are the center of the video too.

38 Spesh, Harry Fraud – “SAL’S PIZZA”

The settings that 38 Spesh is rapping around from the graffiti to the rain puddles to the fences give off a gritty street feel. This all symbolizes his lyricism and pushes the notion that he embodies his roots.

Stormzy, Amaarae, Black Sherif, Jacob Collier, Ms Banks, Storry – “This Is What I Mean”

Stormzy’s “This Is What I Mean” is half performance video and half documentary. Fans are able to get a glimpse into the artist’s viewpoint prior to his recent album release. Also, other pivotal moments include Jacob Collier making an appearance in addition to Amaarae, Black Sherif, Ms Banks, and Storry.

Meek Mill – “God Did”

Benjamin Carter Visions and Meek Mill co-direct the rapper’s latest freestyle video for “God Did.” Carter expertly captures Meek Mill in various settings including frolicking in Dubai, hopping on a jet, and also inside a lavish hotel counting money. Michael Rubin also does a random cameo. The way Meek flipped this Grammy-nominated song that originally featured Rick Ross, Lil Wayne, and JAY-Z is commendable.

 

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