Our favorite videos of the week feature selects from Latto, 42 Dugg, J. Cole and more. We’re adding “Little While,” by Sada Baby, Big Sean and Hit-Boy to our summer cookout playlist right now.
We’re back! This week we’re digging into yet another crop of music videos that we’re into so you don’t have to scroll through YouTube and get caught up in their crazy algorithm.
No surprise here, Latto prepped a proper rollout for her name change. In her newest video, she appears at a press conference where she raps about the reasoning behind why she’s leaving behind “Mulatto.” Young M.A’s “Don Diva” featuring Rubi Rose off her new mixtape Off The Yak is another visual that stands out amongst the videos that arrived this week.
J. Cole hopped back into his bag to unleash the stunning visual for “a m a r i,” yet another single from The Off Season his latest album. Elsewhere, Lil Durk dropped a video for his single “Should’ve Durked” with Pooh Shiesty. Polo G unleashed a video for his melodic song “Gang Gang” featuring Lil Wayne.
YG and Mozzy’s “Gangsta” clip also finds its way on our list, it’s a track off of the duo’s collaborative release Kommunity Service. 42 Dugg and Future connect for “Maybach” where the latter mentions Steve Harvey amid shots of Magic City, an Atlanta staple.
DJ Khaled’s most recent release was stacked with a bunch of features, one that stood out to us was “Body In Motion” with Bryson Tiller and Roddy Ricch, the track now has a lavish video. The Compton-bred rapper also appears in “Stunnaman,” a new video led by Birdman which also features a verse from Lil Wayne.
Sada Baby, Big Sean and Hit-Boy link up for an upbeat track “Little While,” the video reinvents a ten-year high school reunion. Detroit’s Tee Grizzley serves up a lo-fi video for “Quit Trappin.” In a similar vein, Indianapolis’ own Vince Ash provides yet another glimpse into his world in “Back N The Dayz.”
Watch all of our selects up top.