Best Music Videos Of The Week: Doja Cat, Nardo Wick, Dreamer Isioma & More
The best new music videos of the week include selects by Doja Cat, Koffee, Ravyn Lenae, Nardo Wick, and more.
This week's best videos feature a few selects that are on-brand for the artists who dropped them. A few others are experimental, and there's nothing wrong with that.
One that pleasantly surprised us was Nardo Wick's staple "Me Or Sum" featuring Future and Lil Baby off his debut album. Nicki Minaj's return to releasing her own music received a dramatic short film: "Do We Have A Problem?"
Keep scrolling to see our best music videos of the week.
YG, J. Cole, Moneybagg Yo – “Scared Money”
YG has teamed up with J. Cole and Moneybagg Yo for an excellent new song "Scared Money." Cole doesn't disappoint and offers up a memorable set of lines.
Nicki Minaj, Lil Baby – “Do We Have A Problem?”
After nearly three years, Nicki Minaj rolls out "Do We Have A Problem" with Lil Baby. The cinematic clip directed by Benny Boom is art heist-themed and it gets the job done, well.
Nardo Wick, Future, Lil Baby – “Me Or Sum”
Rising Florida rapper Nardo Wick is quickly becoming one of the most unique rappers in this new crop of artists. His latest single "Me Or Sum" was a standout on his debut album, watch the video below featuring Future and Lil Baby.
Doja Cat – “Get Into It (Yuh)”
Doja Cat leans aggressively into her love for the future for her new "Get Into It (Yuh)" video. Take a look at the visual below.
Ravyn Lenae, Steve Lacy – “Skin Tight”
Earlier this week, Ravyn Lenae's "Skin Tight" offered up a sensual single that's her latest. Equipped with a Steve Lacy feature, the accompanying visual could potentially lead to a full-length project (we hope so).
PJ Morton – “Please Don’t Walk Away”
Soul singer PJ Morton can do no wrong. His new track "Please Don't Walk Away" receives a well-shot video. Dawn Richard stars as his beau in the clip.
Dreamer Isioma – “Bad Ting”
Dreamer Isioma's "Bad Ting" was released ahead of their debut album Goodnight Dreamer. The visual for the love-centric single is wacky and creative, but we're into it.
Koffee – “Pull Up”
Koffee follows her last single with a new one: "Pull Up." It's a feel-good track that we'll be playing well into the summer.