Last week was an eventful one, it began with “The Oscars Slap,” and it ended with the 2022 Grammy Awards. Between these two moments a slew of videos arrived that we were into. Doechii who’s been shelling out memorable releases for quite some time now shared an explosive video for “Persuasive.”
A$AP Rocky and A$AP Ant teamed up for “The God Hour,” a strong single with a newly released visual. One of the most hyped releases of the week was City Girls and Fivio Foreign‘s “Top Notch.” We’ll let you decide how you feel about the Miami rappers dabbling in drill music.
Take a look at the rest of our selects below.
Doechii – “Persuasive”
New TDE signee and Tampa, Florida native Doechii is having a moment. Her latest is “Persuasive,” a catchy and fun single. Take a look at the visual directed by Omar Jones below.
EARTHGANG – “STRONG FRIENDS”
EARTHGANG drops another visual off of their latest album GHETTO GODS. It’s a touching track, the video is equally compelling.
Pusha T, Nigo – “Hear Me Clearly”
Nigo’s newest compilation has been having an extensive rollout. Pusha T’s latest, the hard-hitting single “Hear Me Clearly” receives a fitting video courtesy of A$AP Rocky’s AWGE.
A$AP Ant, A$AP Rocky – “The God Hour”
For their new collaboration “The God Hour,” A$AP Ant and A$AP Rocky trade witty soliloquies over a solid bass-heavy beat. It’s a pleasing listen. The video is trippy and experimental, but it works.
City Girls, Fivio Foreign – “Top Notch”
City Girls and Fivio Foreign connect for “Top Notch,” a drill song. Ben Marc directed the video that was clearly shot in New York City. Fivio is gearing up to drop his next album titled B.I.B.L.E.
Lil Durk, Future – “Petty Too”
Jerry Production directs Lil Durk’s newest “Petty Too” featuring a verse from Future. The edits and b-roll on this one are enjoyable to watch. The single is undeniably catchy.
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