Don’t miss these visual masterpieces.
1. Tyler Cole made a handful of strong statements in the exceptionally well-directed music video for his Willow Smith-assisted cut “Blow Up Your TV.” The young artist comes with a message and purpose, something I can wholeheartedly get behind.
2. Elevator newcomer Santino Le Saint‘s electrifying vocals and unique blend of hip-hop/rock will leave you in amazement. This dude is a rockstar if I’ve ever seen one, and proves it on this emotionally driven banger.
3. This California-based collective is absolutely killing shit right now. Fresh off the release of a new mixtape, BROCKHAMPTON continues to display their visual excellence in the official video for their “SATURATION”-featured single “Lamb.”
4. Houston’s best kept secret Tedy Andreas comes with razor-sharp lyrics and a genuinely dope set of visuals for one of his most lethal tracks to date. Tedy’s raw talent and eye/ear for originality is going to help him thrive in the music industry, I can already tell.
5. Two of the biggest names on this list are A$AP Rocky & A$AP Ferg, and for right reasons. The New York-bred rappers consistently take an unethical approach towards their visuals and blend their individual ideas together to create collaborative masterpieces, and I can assure you nothing is different for the “Wrong” video.
6. You gotta love Mac DeMarco. The smiley Canadian hit us with a dope new video featuring the Grim Reaper and its’ bound to make you laugh.
7. Oliver is doing everything on his own terms and I love that. His new video for “Gene Simmons” was shot on a trip to LA and I bet he’ll be making more trips out there shortly.
8. Goth Boy Clique member Lil Peep unleashed a lightning-filled video for his breakout single “Benz Truck” and its’ incredible. Watch the rapper graze with sheep in the visual below.
9. Ron$oCold is buzzing right now, and I’m thrilled that he finally unleashed a debut music video. This shit is sure to help him take it all to the next level, and I can’t wait to watch him grow.
10. South Florida rapper Lil Pump is taking over. The dude screams “viral” with everything he does, and his new music video proves to remain true.