Don Trip releases a new music video for a track taken from his ‘The Head That Wears The Crown’ just in time for Halloween.
MoneyBagg Yo revisits his Trappin Out Da Booth: All Gas No Brakes mixtape by dropping a new visual for the track “Gotta Be”.
Jim Jones and Dave East takes us to the Eastside of Harlem in the latest ‘The Kitchen’ music video.
Meek Mill follows up the release of his long-awaited ‘DC4’ project with an accompanying music video for the StreetRunner produced cut.
With their ‘CULTRE’ album on the way, Migos team up with Lil Uzi Vert to shoot a video to their hard Metro Boomin produced collaboration.
Described as showing “lyricism far from trapped,” Atlanta rapper Matt Citron releases the video to his buzz single and ode to his city “404” featuring fellow ATL rappers CyHi The Prynce and Money Makin Nique.
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Anderson .Paak returns for a new video for one of the standout ‘Malibu’ cuts.
Hailing from Houston, Texas, Brian is recognized globally for his cutting edge choreography, especially after competing twice on MTV’s America’s Best Dance Crew as a member of Mos Wanted Crew and SoRealCru. With his EP set to drop at the top of 2017, Brian is showing that he has a lot to offer, not only as a dancer but also as a talented recording artist
Fresh off the release of her debut EP ‘The Move’ on HW&W, Reva Devito puts out the music video to her single “Deeper”. The video serves as a visual representation of Reva’s inspiration and feelings behind the EP; gray, pink and purple tinges accompany the music’s sensual and vintage feel. R&B soundscapes set the tone of the song while the new cinematic value supports the musical vision.
The Move is a collection of emotionally charged stories inspired by Reva’s friends and family that reluctantly deal with moving on from a difficult breakup, walking away and saying goodbye, following your path and refusing to settle. The music video accurately portrays Reva’s passion and stylistic approach behind the EP.
Captivating shots from around Portland lead the music video’s setting. One of the main themes from the video is centered around a group of people driving a car through the city. The car theme is contrasted by sexually driven scenes between a male and female character. The centralized male character is decorated in an outlandish mask, and is engaging with one of the female characters for the duration of the video adding an additional provocative layer. One of Reva’s lyrics from the track “Remember love?” guides the structure of the video, which flashes scenes of the male protagonist and his presumed lover.