Music Videos News 3 April 2016
Author: Alex Griffin

The 5 best music videos of the week [013] #GRMVOTW

3 April 2016

Welcome back to our definitive guide to the best music videos of the week, your only must-visit destination for the best visuals in the scene. This week, we had a whole bunch of sick videos to choose from and we’ve landed a very strong 5 as a result. Pree 5 of the most creatively directed music videos below, brought to you by our guy Griff.


Rocks FOE – “Law”

Usually this list is pretty difficult to put together, distinguishing between a lot of decent videos to choose the 5 best. This week however things were made comprehensively easier, when Rocks FOE released what is undoubtedly going to be one of the best music videos we see all year. “Law” is incredibly well put together, matching the songs modern apocalypse energy. When making your next street visual, have a watch of this right here and think again.


Oscar #worldpeace – “No Change”

Oscar #worldpeace is set to come up quick after the release of his beautifully dark “No Change”, which this week got a matching video. Enlisting Ragz Originale behind the boards and Marco Grey behind the lens, the trio perfectly bring the sinister energy of the track to life. Never thought the huge snail mural in Seven Sisters was kinda booky? Think again.


Milli Major – “Merking” (ft. Doctor)

Over a glitching, pounding, grime riddim, Milli Major and Doctor blend influences for an all round very sick video. The Bloodline original don keeps things strictly 140 with his flows, while his guest mate switches things up in the track a little. His dancehall flavoured vocals soak up the beat in the chorus, before he goes all out with a verse too. This is some experimenting we are down for.


Reeko Squeeze – “Like That” (ft. AJ Tracey)

Former Section Boy Reeko Squeeze has proven once again that his trapping certainly ain’t dead. He links up with one of the hottest prospects on road right now, AJ Tracey, who steps out of his comfort zone a little bit, to join Squeeze on a more trap-orientated tune. The Jay Goodz-directed visual that comes with it, is as gritty and hood as it needed to be. Yeah, we “Like That”.


Blittz & Big Tobz – “Wicked & Bad”

Blittz and Big Tobz, one of the most exciting pairings in the scene right now, are reincarnated on their new tune and video as “Wicked & Bad”. They effortlessly style on man, going face to face as the bars go back to back, while a certain, masked gyal has back on back… on back. Watch this one now for a double helping of audio and visual pleasure.

Words: Alex Griffin