This week was pretty stacked with new music releases, which means there were plenty of videos that also arrived.
Videos that were filled with a bit of storytelling take center stage this week rather than those that were served up for the sake of prolonging the artist’s space in the news cycle. Tems is still reigning supreme and she has shared a new clip, Isaiah Rashad returns with another new visual and Meek Mill continues his album rollout.
Keep scrolling to check out the new music videos of the week below.
Tems — “Crazy Tings”
Tems’ “Crazy Tings” was a superb cut on her latest If Orange Was A Place. The video is fitting.
Isaiah Rashad — “THIB”
After being gone for a few years, TDE signee Isaiah Rashad isn’t slowing down with the singles off of The House Is Burning. In his newest video for “THIB,” Rashad is stuck in a creepy suburban town.
A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie x Capella Grey — “Bestie”
Capella Grey is still having a moment following the success of his New York summer anthem “Gyalis,” now he’s linked up with A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie on “Bestie.”
Meek Mill — “Northside Southside Ft. Giggs”
Meek Mill is hungrier than ever on his newest album Expensive Pain, now one of the most lyrical tracks on it, “Northside Southside” gets a visual.
Maxo Kream — “CRIPSTIAN”
Fresh off the release of his new album WEIGHT OF THE WORLD, Texas rapper Maxo Kream takes on the afterlife in the video for his single “CRIPSTIAN.”
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