Do NOT miss these visuals…
It’s hard to keep up with new music videos; we get it. Instead of accepting this as a reality & over-looking some incredible content, we’ve decided to round up the five best videos from each week for your viewing pleasures. Listed below are five visuals that you absolutely cannot miss; don’t say we didn’t tell ya so…
Landon Cube – 18
Directed by Cole Bennett
Landon Cube is one of the best doing it right now. The Maryland native recently unveiled a visual for one of his most beloved tracks, further proving his potential to become a household name. The trippy visual comes courtesy of Cole Bennett and does a fantastic job at relaying the message found within the record.
Knox Fortune – Lil Thing
Directed by WLF
You may recognize Knox Fortune from some of your favorite Chance The Rapper songs, but the incredibly talented songwriter & producer is so much more than just a feature on All Night (even though that shit was epic). Debuting his new single “Lil Thing” with an ill visual treatment, the Chicago resident caught the attention of nearly every blog on the net & is certainly headed down the right path as his solo career begins to blossom.
Oliver – Bloom
Directed by Anthony Tripoli
Oliver Francis is really out here making a name for himself. His lethal combination of consistently dope material and a rapidly growing fanbase are quickly making the Missouri rapper one of the hottest names in the industry. In the music video for his newly released single “Bloom,” Oliver keeps things simple and does a great job of introducing himself to those who may be unfamiliar. Don’t sleep on this dude, he’s gonna be huge.
TEKA$HI69 ft. Famous Dex, Schlosser & Dalyb – Zeta Zero 0.5
Directed by Figure Eight Films
This video is absolutely insane. A chaotic record from some of the industry’s most controversial artists is met with an equally wild visual, truly bringing the tumultuous cut to life. There really isn’t a whole lot to say about this one; watch for yourself below and you’ll see what I mean.
Lunice ft. Denzel Curry, JK The Reaper & Nell
Directed by Sam Rolfes
Last but certainly not least, Lunice‘s new video for his previously released single “Distrust” featuring Denzel Curry, JK The Reaper & Nell is an abstract masterpiece. The hooking record is accompanied by some of the most obscure pictures I’ve ever seen, and can be best described as an acid trip in visual form.