The best new music videos of the week include selects by Syd, Ravyn Lenae, Wiki, Fivio Foreign, Quavo, and more.
Syd and Lucky Daye have connected for a video that is a tiny bit romantic and a little creepy. It appears to be set in the future. Either way, it’s a hell of an introduction to her forthcoming album Broken Hearts Club. Up next, we’re captivated by Ravyn Lenae‘s newest video for “Light Me Up,” the feel-good track points to what is to come from the singer.
Wiki, Earl Sweatshirt, and Navy Blue present the video for “All I Need.” It’s a treat, and it’s damn good.
Mahalia who is also prepping a new album has rolled out “Whatever Simon Says.” The talent Yaya Bey‘s newest video for a single “keisha” has also surfaced.
Keep scrolling to take a look at all of our video selects for this week.
Syd, Lucky Daye – “Cybah”
Lucky Daye who is fresh off of his album release of Candydrip joins Syd on “Cyba” her new single. The clip is futuristic and on point. Her new album Broken Hearts Club is out on April 8.
Ravyn Lenae – “Light Me Up”
Ravyn Lenae is always a step ahead, her latest “Light Me Up” is a lush listen. The video, out today is an immersive experience.
Mahalia – “Whatever Simon Says”
For her clip for “Whatever Simon Says” Mahalia is bare-faced and has a no-nonsense attitude. Her message rings loudly throughout her latest track.
Yaya Bey – “keisha”
Yaya Bey self-directed and choreographed her eccentric new video “keisha.” It’s the latest off of her forthcoming album Remember Your North Star out on June 17. It’s an introspective cut.
Wiki, Earl Sweatshirt – “All I Need”
Wiki and Earl Sweatshirt appear in the video for the former’s single “All I Need.” The Navy Blue-produced track is expressive.
Fivio Foreign, Quavo – “Magic City”
Fivio Foreign and Quavo link up for “Magic City.” The track is what happens when you mesh Brooklyn drill with Southern trap music, and it works. For the video, the two take over a strip club (watch it below).