Missed out on some of the quality visual releases of this last week? You ain’t gotta worry about nothin’, because us here at GRM have got you sorted. We’re back at it again with some of the best videos of the week, and for the first time we’ve got a video breaking our top 5 from overseas; it was just too wavy not to include it. We’ve still got enough for your UK fix though, with the remaining 4 picks coming from our own scene. Our guy Griff has rounded up the 5 best music videos of the week for you below.
Don’t forget to peep last week’s selections too here.
Dapz On The Map – Murdah
Birmingham MC Dapz On The Map links up with fellow Brummy Swifta on production for his latest banger “Murdah”. Not only is the track sick, the video is cinematic too. With a shed load of different shots, Dapz even gets his daughter to make a cameo on the track. This one has got our approval.
WSTRN – IN2
West London’s latest poster boys Akelle Charles, Louis Rei and hook master Haile, dropped the major-label-approved, glossy new video for their single “IN2”. It seems the original’s quality wasn’t cutting it, as the trio have improved on the design ten-fold with a 90’s style, animated new visual. We can already tell, a LOT of people are gonna be in 2 this one.
Figure Flows – Homage
Essex rapper Figure Flows stepped out of his comfort zone for his latest video, becoming the latest artist to step up to the legendary Ruff Sqwad instrumental “Together”. Taking inspiration from flows of the past, flipping the camera almost every time he does so, this one really is a “Homage”.
808INK – Crooked .Bad
Rap collective 808INK low key dropped a project recent that absolutely bangs – the conceptual ‘Billy’s Home’ LP – and this week the trio let go of a sick new visual to go along with it. For album track “Crooked .Bad”, they’ve delivered a video that’s equally as charming as it disturbing. Get gully and watch the creative video now, along with the rest of the story of Billy.
The Internet – Get Away
Probably the most mature branch of the Odd Future collective musically, The Internet consistently provide us with feel-good vibes. Although the video has lead singer and former OF DJ Syd Tha Kid going through relationship troubles with her missus, the music has us smiling – and with out wanting to give too much away, the party must go on.
Curator: Alex Griffin