Best Southern Hip-Hop Videos To Drop Last Week: GloRilla, Future & More

We're spotlighting the best Southern hip-hop videos that dropped last week. That includes arrivals from GloRilla, Future and EST Gee.

GloRilla and Cardi B didn't dissapoint in their latest, "Tomorrow 2." We're sure you've already seen the video that's currently sitting at over 6 million views on YouTube.

Future also dropped a video last week to a track off his latest album, "I'm Dat N****."

GloRilla, Cardi B – “Tomorrow 2”

Last week time stood still when GloRilla and Cardi B released their collaborative effort "Tomorrow 2." Directed by Diesel Films, the video showcased Glo taking over the New York City streets and subway system. The link-up between the two works insanely well because they match each other's energy -- also what we love most about this one is how we're given a birds-eye view of their rambunctious time spent together. Glo is on a meteoric rise right now and we're just happy to be along for the ride. Over the weekend she hit the stage at Rolling Loud New York. We'd like to submit this song as the song of the fall since summer is pretty much over with.

Future – I’m Dat N****

Future's "I'm Dat N****" off his recent album I NEVER LIKED YOU was one of the hottest songs to arrive this year. He shared a video for the single last week. In the clip he's making his way through what appears to be multiple European cities. Bentleys, money and designer garbs are what this video consists of, and we're into it. The secretive demeanor that Future often exhibits diminishes a bit in "I'm Dat N*****." He allows his fans into his escapades for once.

EST Gee – “Have Mercy”

EST Gee is continuing his reign with his new single "Have Mercy" from his recently released album I Never Felt Nun which features Jack Harlow, Bryson Tiller, Jeezy, and more. Throughout the clip, he's showcasing his hometown Louisville, Kentucky. There are a few spots that stick out like Indi's Restaurant and a 24-hour Stop-N-Go. His lyricism is magnetic and undeniable in this track which also was the opener for his new album.