SiR leads our video roundup this week with “Life Is Good” featuring Scribz Riley directed by James Mackel.
SiR recently dropped off a video for his latest single “Life Is Good.” He’s also cooking up a new album.
Kidd Kenn and Baby Tate also released a new clip titled “Want Not A Need.”
Fivio Foreign and The Kid LAROI join forces for “Paris To Tokyo.”
Take a look at the rest of our selects below.
SiR, Scribz Riley – “Life Is Good”
SiR is caught up in a toxic relationship in “Life Is Good” his new single. In the video directed by James Mackel, he’s also dealing with some unsavory life decisions that impact him, his business partners, and his beau. The title of the single is an oxymoron, the clip is proof.
Kidd Kenn, Baby Tate – “Want Not A Need”
Kidd Kenn linking up with Baby Tate is a collab we didn’t know we needed. It’s a hit. For “Want Not A Need,” the Chicago rapper unleashes his wants and needs over a quirky beat. The visual is flashy, quick-paced, and on par with his wordplay. Baby Tate drops off a few bars that are equally memorable and brash.
Yo Gotti, Moneybagg Yo, 42 Dugg, EST Gee, Mozzy, Blac Youngsta – “Steppas”
Yo Gotti flexes his arsenal of talent in “Steppas.” He’s joined by Moneybagg Yo, EST Gee, Mozzy and Blac Youngsta in an Army-themed flick. Moneybagg Yo steals most of the attention as he’s the first rapper on the track. But, Mozzy also sneakily captures a bit of attention too towards the end. Did you catch the appearance from new CMG signee Glorilla?
Fivio Foreign, The Kid LAROI – “Paris To Tokyo”
Fivio Foreign and The Kid LAROI connect for “Paris To Tokyo.” It’s a fiery drill song and honestly The KID LAROI demolishes the hook. Swift-paced camera shots and close-ups are the highlights of the video.
AUGUST 08, Jhené Aiko – Water Sign
AUGUST 08 is a rising Def Jam signee we’ve had our eyes on for a bit. In “Water Sign” aptly released during Cancer season he’s joined by Jhené Aiko for a melodic, love-struck track. The visual combines elements such as water and land, it’s a light and easily digestible watch, but mostly we’re loving the scene that’s jam-packed with florals alongside Aiko as she shares her ethereal verse.