Best Music Videos Of The Week: Maxwell, Doja Cat, Cordae & More

The best new music videos of the week include selects by Doja Cat, Maxwell, Tierra Whack, Cordae, Stunna Girl, Joya Mooi and more.

Let's get right to it, music videos this week provided a bit of respite for us as the next major holiday is swiftly approaching. Up first, Maxwell's latest single "Off" receives the visual treatment, and it's exactly what we would've expected from the neo-soul legend.

Doja Cat's expansive universe is on full display in her decadent "Woman" video. Also, Davion Farris' new video for his single "Sometimes" provides a larger platform for the singer-songwriter.

Keep scrolling to see our best music videos of the week.

Maxwell — “Off”

Maxwell emerges to share another single, "Off." The sexy cut receives a video that places him in the middle of a desert.

Doja Cat — “Woman”

Doja Cat's Planet Her album opener "Woman" still is one of the most unique songs of 2021. Once again she allows us a glimpse into her headspace with its fitting visual featuring Teyana Taylor.

Sinéad Harnett — “Where You Been Hiding”

Sinéad Harnett is a songstress that we'll never grow tired of, her latest "Where You Been Hiding" is an example as to why. Alongside this romantically-tinged release, she announces the forthcoming deluxe edition of her sophomore album Ready Is Always Too Late.

Joya Mooi — “Most Frail”

Modern R&B gets a refreshing new voice with Joya Mooi's stunning single "Most Frail." The cut gets a retrospective video which arrived earlier this week.

Davion Farris — “Sometimes”

Davion Farris put in the work behind the scenes as a writer for acts including Mary J. Blige, Tyrese, Ginuwine, Jill Scott, and more. Now, he's betting on himself with "Sometimes," an easygoing R&B cut. The video is spot-on and it's quite vulnerable.

Cordae, Lil Wayne — “Sinister”

It's been lovely watching Cordae grow into his sound. His latest is a fiery link up with Lil Wayne, check out the visual below.

Stunna Girl, 42 Dugg — “Ratch”

Stunna Girl is back with another banger, but this time she's joined by 42 Dugg. "Ratch" is another track that emphasizes the rapper's unique voice.