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Lloyd Banks
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Best Videos To Drop Last Week: Jay Worth, Roc Marciano, Lloyd Banks & More

We’re taking a closer look at the top music videos to drop last week from Roc Marciano, Jay Worthy, Lloyd Banks, Kali Uchis, and more.

Last week, a bevy of music videos dropped that caught our attention. Below we're highlighting the ones that were nearly perfect. First up is Jay Worthy, Roc Marciano, and Bun B's "Underground Legend."

Next up is Lloyd Banks' "Invisible" which arrived alongside his latest album. The Weeknd and Future drop off their new collaboration "Double Fantasy." E-40 shares "Front Row 40."

Kali Uchis also released a video for "Moonlight."

Jay Worthy, Roc Marciano, Bun B – “Underground Legend”

Jay Worthy and Roc Marciano link up for “Underground Legend.” And Bun B adds his Southern flavor to the track which is packed with a ton of East Coast energy.

Lloyd Banks – “Invisible”

To accompany his new album, The Course Of The Inevitable 3: Pieces Of My Pain, Lloyd Banks drops a video to his single “Invisible.” It’s an aesthetically pleasing clip that centers on his comeback – but it also excels at reintroducing him as a New York rap O.G.

The Weeknd, Future – “Double Fantasy”

The Weeknd and Future’s latest collaboration “Double Fantasy” is finally out. It will be a part of the soundtrack to the pop star’s upcoming HBO series The Idol and his new project The Idol Vol.1. Lily Rose-Depp stars in the video and show.

E-40 – “Front Row 40”

Jae Synth directs the new “Front Row” video from E-40. In it, he shows off how he is always sitting front row no matter what stadium or team. The Vallejo, Cali legend dropped this as a response to getting kicked out of Game 1 that saw the Golden State Warriors against the Sacramento Kings. He was escorted out, but he says there was “racial bias” that led to the incident.

Kali Uchis – “Moonlight”

Kali Uchis’ “Moonlight” off of her most recent album Red Moon in Venus gets the visual treatment. The love-centric video features Kali with friends relaxing at home, and then they're off to the streets to enjoy a night out on the town.