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Best Videos To Drop Last Week: Drake, Flo Milli, Duke Deuce & More

Drake’s “Falling Back” video arrived as a part of the rollout for his seventh album, Honestly, Nevermind.

Drake wasn’t messing around when he dropped his new album Honestly, Nevermind. Immediately after it arrived, he released a video for “Falling Back.”

Flo Milli returns to shake the table with her single “Conceited,” she also shares a video for it.

Duke Deuce also unleashes a video for “Just Say That” featuring Glorilla.

Take a look at the rest of our selects below.

Flo Milli – “Conceited”

Flo Milli is continuing her reign in the female hip-hop canon. Her newest single “Conceited” which was teased recently has finally arrived. She flexes how she can switch up her flow effortlessly throughout this new video too. The costume design is on point in this one. We’re hoping she’s cooking up her debut album.

Drake – “Falling Back” 

Director X connects with Drake again for his newest video “Falling Back” off of his album Honestly, Nevermind. In a Jewish traditional wedding, the rapper marries over 20 women. The cinematic clip serves as the perfect backdrop for his house-inspired album that had the internet talking. Tristan Thompson makes a guest appearance as the best man (this was hilarious). Drake’s mother also makes a cameo!

Gucci Mane, Yung Miami, Quavo – “First Impression”

Gucci Mane calls upon City Girls’ Yung Miami and Quavo to unleash a summer anthem: “First Impression.” Yung Miami drops off some bars that arguably are some of the hottest we’ve heard from her in a minute. Omar The Director is skilled at capturing energetic close-ups making for prolific moments, this video is reflective of that.

Lil Baby, 42 Dugg, Veeze – “U-Digg”

Lil Baby links up with Detroit’s 42 Dugg and Veeze for “U-Digg.” He also directs the visual which features a sleek lineup of Maybachs and T-Rex’s drifting. The trap production aligns well with each of the verses these rappers share. We might smell a summer anthem.

Duke Deuce, Glorilla – “Just Say That”

Alongside the release of his new album Crunkstar, Memphis’ Duke Deuce shares the video for “Just Say That.” Hard-hitting 808s ring off for most of the cut, Glorilla who has been experiencing her own moment with her viral hit “FNF (Let’s Go)” joins Duke Deuce as she shares her fiery verse.

Lakeyah – “Record Straight”

Lakeyah is still betting on herself. Her latest “Record Straight” is a swift-paced bop. For the video, she plays the owner of a company that appears to be reminiscent of Amazon.

Robyn Mowatt

Robyn Mowatt is a Staff Writer at Okayplayer where she covers culture, music, and fashion. You can see what's on her mind on Twitter at @robyn_mowatt.

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