A$AP Rocky’s new music video is for “Kids Turned Out Fine,” a track taken from his latest album Testing. The Dexter Navy-directed video, according to a press release, “represents the transition from childhood to adulthood and all of the questions parents confront in raising their children.” However, due to the tab of acid Rocky takes in the opening scene, the rest of the clip’s psychedelic qualities feel told from his perspective, and therefore more personal.

Travis Scott’s “Can’t Say,” featuring Don Toliver, is proof that simply leaning into its excesses works. It achieves the rare honor of being the John Wick of music videos — brolic, epic and nonsensical — the visually stunning Nathalie Canguilhem-directed video borders on the incoherent, and doesn’t seek to be anything more.

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The latest single off her debut, the skittish electronica track “Bury a Friend” is paired with an equally skin-crawling visual, that evokes the fiendish vibe of Marilyn Manson’s Nineties clips.

“Fresh off releasing Everything’s For Sale, Boogie is back with the latest video from his Shady Records debut. Following clips for “Self-Destruction” and “Silent Ride,” the West Coaster expands on the short-film released with a video for “Soho” starring Dreamville’s (not so) silent assassin, JID ”

When you live the life of a baller like 2 Chainz, you’ve got better things to do than collect receipts and fill out spreadsheets. Cue Expensify. Just snap a photo of your receipts and done. Then get back to chillin in your ice-sculpted, seafood-powered Italian sports car.

Hopsin dropped footage for “Lowkey” and “Hell’s Carol” last month and now he’s back with a self-directed music video for his new song “You Should’ve Known” featuring DAX.

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The exciting documentary titled Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men won’t be released on TV until the spring, but Showtime will premiere the docuseries at the Sundance Film Festival on Monday, January 28. The interviews with each of its nine living members.

Twenty One Pilots spend time with a playful-yet-ominous animated creature in their new “Chlorine” video. Throughout the cryptic clip, Tyler Joseph and Josh Dun repeatedly fill up a swimming pool with water and chlorine, seemingly trying to draw out the diminutive, alien-like creature.

After wiping his Instagram and posting an announcement, J. Cole recently delivered his first release of 2019, titled “Middle Child.” The T-Minus produced track is centered around the theme of competition and touches on his beef with Drake. Aside from talking about his relationship with the Canadian artist, Cole also references rappers Kodak Black, JAY-Z and 21 Savage. It is currently unclear if “Middle Child” will appear in Revenge Of The Dreamers or The Fall Off, which Cole has been teasing as of late.

Filmed over six years, Minding the Gap follows a group of friends as they deal with family trauma, adolescence and adulthood, mental health, and identity. It was our favourite skate documentary of 2018, and you can read more about it here. Congrats to Bing and the Minding the Gap crew!

Lil Wayne recaptured the ears of his legion of fans in 2018 after dropping Tha Carter 5. The project delivered some vintage Weezy bars and featured some big names. One such feature came from the late XXXTentacion on the track “Don’t Cry.” Wayne dropped off the official visual accompaniment for the track with interwoven images of the late XXXTentacion in the Jay & Georgio Rodriguez directed video.

Ariana Grande just dropped the video for new track “7 Rings.” Channeling the melody of The Sound of Music‘s “My Favorite Things,” Grande sings about financial independence and retail therapy. The appropriately excessive neon-heavy video shows Grande and her friends decked out in jewels and partying at a mansion.

To introduce their collaborative project LSD, Labrinth, Sia and Diplo served up a debut single known as “Genius.” Revisiting that record, the three talented stars have reconnected as LSD for a special “Genius” remix featuring Lil Wayne. The new “Genius” rework comes to us courtesy of its official music video — a psychedelically-tinged animated production put together by director Ben Jones, producer James Merrill, animation outfit Bento Box Entertainment and illustrator Gabriel Alcala.

The music video for City Girls‘ “Twerk,” featuring Cardi B, is built upon a simple concept. “On November 9th, The City Girls sent out a challenge to the world,” begins the Daps and Sara Lacombe-directed visual. “The goal…To find the world’s greatest Twerker.” In pursuit of this goal, various women were “flewed out” to compete for $50,000. The result is a cornucopia of gifted women twerking for glory, splendor and, as a press release so eloquently put it, “hard cash” — all in front of Cardi B and one half of City Girls, Yung Miami. Here is a play-by-play of watching this piece of art, fullscreen on my massive iMac computer in the middle of a workday.

Interpreting the Egyptian Valley of the Kings, the Compton-born rapper has provided us with a menacing big budget visual for his D.A. Doman-produced club banger. Packed with all the usual Tyga flavor, the video hosts a plethora of women, nightlife, and decked out sports cars.

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