Best Music Videos Of The Week: Buddy, Saweetie, H.E.R., Popcaan & More

The best new music videos of the week include selects by Deante' Hitchcock, Tinashe, Buddy, Blxst, and more.

The most captivating video that arrived this week was Buddy's "Wait Too Long" featuring Blxst. Obsidian directs the eccentric clip.

As part of the rollout for his new project, Deante' Hitchcock unveils a video for "Neck Up." An additional favorite to arrive this week was Tinashe's horror-themed visual for "Naturally."

Popcaan has also shared a video for his single "Elevate."

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

Buddy, Blxst – “Wait Too Long”

Buddy's "Wait Too Long" video directed by Obsidian sheds light on the aftermath of a batty house party. Blxst assists and offers up a catchy hook. This single is the latest from the rapper following his 2018 debut Harlan & Alondra, a new album is coming later next month.

Deante' Hitchcock – “Neck Up”

Deante' Hitchcock's "Neck Up" NSFW visual isn't quite as raunchy as YouTube is making it out to be. Regardless, the track is a slick listen, it's his first single off of his new project Everyday The 14TH.

Fredo Bang – “4’s Up”

Fredo Bang's "4's Up" is a sneak peek at what the Baton Rouge, Louisiana rapper has been up to these days. The new track is an energetic bop, the video which arrived earlier this week features a slew of cinematic shots that are the opposite of unsettling.

Popcaan, Imeru Tafari – “Elevate”

Popcaan's low-tempo single "Elevate" is ideal for kickbacks. The accompanying video centers him and Imeru Tafari the featured artist on the cut.

Saweetie, H.E.R. – “Closer”

Saweetie and H.E.R. have joined forces to roll out the pop-heavy single "Closer." Yes, there's a bit of rapping in this track, but it's clear it was created to dominate pop charts.

Tinashe – “Naturally”

Following 333, Tinashe's latest album, she shares "Naturally," a relationship-themed song. The video is haunting, but of course, it also features a dance number that allows the now indie singer to flex her love for synchronized routines.