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Conway The Machine
Conway The Machine
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Best Videos To Drop Last Week: Conway The Machine, Lloyd Banks, Method Man & More

Last week video releases from Conway The Machine, Lloyd Banks, Method Man, Lil Yachty, and Tink were on our radar.

The past week featured some standout videos. A select few stood out to us. First up, Conway The Machine served up two new singles “Quarters” and “Brucafix” featuring Westside Gunn.

Then there’s Lloyd Banks who returns with his track “101 Razors” with Method Man.

Lil Yachty follows up his Questlove-endorsed album Let’s Start Here. with a video for “Strike (Holster).”

Tink also released a new video for her single “Gangsta’s Paradise.”

Conway The Machine, Westside Gunn – “Quarters/Brucafix”

Conway The Machine’s newly released singles “Quarters” and “Brucafix” arrived late last week. In the video he’s enjoying Paris and what it has to offer: beautifully structured buildings. Additionally, the video features some shots of live shows and more from his press run. Eventually, Westside Gunn joins him for “Brucafix.”

Lloyd Banks, Method Man “101 Razors”

Lloyd Banks and Method Man’s “101 Razors” is a performance-focused clip. It includes moments with intricate lighting. The most important part of this video is the lyricism, both of these OG’s still got it.

Lil Yachty – “Strike (Holster)”

Lil Yachty recently shared his new video for the Teddy Walton and Aaron Bow-produced single “Strike (Holster).” Though it’s a melodic track, it works. The video directed by Cole Bennet has a few surrealist moments. This is his latest release since his album that had the internet talking: Let’s Start Here. featuring Foushée, Justine Skye, and Teezo Touchdown.

Tink – “Gangsta’s Paradise”

Chicago songbird Tink returns with a video for her new single “Gangsta’s Paradise.” In it, she holds things down for her lover and they’re reminiscent of the iconic couple Bonnie and Clyde. The clip takes a dark turn towards the end – this is a track off of her latest album Thanks 4 Nothing.