Best Music Videos Of The Week: Freddie Gibbs, Rico Nasty, Marcel Allen & More
The best new music videos of the week include selects by Freddie Gibbs, Jadakiss, Earl Sweatshirt, Ego Ella May, and more.
Music releases this week were plentiful, so that means there were a variety of videos that captured our attention. Marcel Allen's "Gourmet" was one that we were quite excited to see as he's a superb lyricist.
Keep scrolling to see our best music videos of the week.
Freddie Gibbs, Jadakiss — “Black Illuminati”
Freddie Gibbs and Jadakiss link up for a gritty and moody loosie, "Black Illuminati." The clip which is below is fitting.
Marcel Allen — “Gourmet”
Freeport native Marcel Allen is a rapper you'll want to keep your eyes on. This week he dropped "Gourmet," a single that's sure to be included in a forthcoming project.
Earl Sweatshirt — “2010”
There's a lot of depth to Earl Sweatshirt's new release, "2010." The single was also a surprise drop, but lyrically it's packed with introspective storytelling. Take a look at the new video.
Rico Nasty, Flo Milli — “Money”
On "Money," Rico Nasty and Flo Milli have expertly flipped 2 Live Crews' "We Want Some Pussy." The accompanying visual is quirky and fun, we wouldn't have expected anything less.
Baby Tate — “Dungarees”
Seeing Baby Tate shine has been a highlight of this entire year. Now she joins the all-female soundtrack for Halle Berry's Netflix film Bruised with "Dungarees." The emotionally charged video, released a few days ago takes on a theme that reminds us of Million Dollar Baby.
India Shawn — “TO CHANGE MY MIND”
India Shawn's track "TO CHANGE MY MIND" is the beautifully written closer on her new EP, BEFORE WE GO. In the cinematic clip we've shared below, Shawn spends the entire day with a crush.
August 08 — “Keep Me Around”
South LA's songwriter/singer August 08 creates his own version of R&B for his latest "Keep Me Around." The surreal clip for the single dropped today, it's giving The Truman Show in the best way.
Ego Ella May — “For The Both Of Us ”
Ego Ella May is the gift that keeps on giving, "For The Both Of Us" is a therapeutic listen. The video she's shared comes across as a short film.