Our favorite videos of the week include selects by our team. EarthGang, Migos, Tyler The Creator, and Polo G made the cut.
This week was stacked with a heavy lineup of music videos, there were drops from mainstream artists, but there were also releases from lesser-known acts worth paying attention to. As usual, we’ve compiled the best of the best.
EarthGang, Coi Leray and Wale joined forces and rolled out a visual for “Options (Remix).” The clip features the artists enjoying the vibes of a day party, we’re here for it. Then there’s Don Toliver’s newest single “Drugs N Hella Melodies,” featuring Kali Uchis. The video is trippy and has a lot of moving parts, but we wouldn’t expect less.
Tyler The Creator is back! For his latest trick, he announces his upcoming album alongside a wacky video for the first single off of it “LUMBERJACK.” Also, Vince Staples returns with “Law of Averages.” It’s a twisted, lo-fi video, but it’s all about the wordplay with this one.
Migos is also serving up more heat off of their newest album Culture III. The single “Modern Day” gets a chance to shine with the arrival of its video. It’s a montage of lit nights, luxurious vacations, and the trio traveling via private jets amid the pandemic.
Polo G’s “Party Lyfe” video with DaBaby also arrived a few days back. In it, the melodic rapper shares his perspective of what life will be like for many of us post-pandemic. Saucy Santana finally releases a video for his viral track “Walk.” It’s fitting that this video arrives during Pride Month, it’s a fun watch.
We’re back in Atlanta again and Gucci Mane continues to prove why he’s a staple in the Southern rap canon with “Posse On Bouldercrest.” This single featuring Pooh Shiesty and Sir Mix-A-Lot is off his album Ice Daddy (out today).