10 videos you need in your life this week

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19 April 2019

Your guide to the videos we can't stop watching. Come in.

Kevin Abstract – Baby Boy

Brockhampton frontman Kevin Abstract dropped his new EP called Ghettobaby one week after the latest ARIZONA Baby EP. Along with his new Ep, Kevin also released the track Baby Boy, accompanied by a self-directed in which if you think you see double, it’s not because of diplopia.

Lizzo – Juice (feat. RuPaul’s Drag Race Queens)

Lizzo has shared a second video for her hit Juice where the artist is joined by several stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race, just to remind us in a fruity mood that her album Cuz I Love You is out today.

Billie Eilish – you should see me in a crown

Creepy is beautiful. In the animated video for Eilish’s you should see me in a crown directed by Takashi Murakami, Billie is a digital manga who turns soon into the ugliest spider you can ever see.

Kevin Morby – OMG Rock ‘n’ Roll

Kevin Morby, we’re waiting for you.

DOLA – Non esco

After you met Dola, you just have to run after him on a skateboard while he races out toward the success.

maggio – Piano Rialzato

Survival manual for those who are terrible at good-byes.

Flying Lotus – Fire Is Coming (David Lynch)

Flying Lotus has finally announced his new full-length after five years: Flamagra is out 5/24 and its features list includes Anderson .Paak, Denzel Curry, Little Dragon, Tierra Whack and many others. Fire Is Coming is the lead single accompanied by a scary video featuring David Lynch.

KOTA The Friend – Birdie

Pity that this song is too short to enjoy it in the sun until the weekend.

Kelsey Lou – Blood

This intense live as the purple red of the Colors studios serves you to reactivate the circulation and to remind you that Kelsey Lu’s debut album is out today.

Leven Kali – Do U Wrong feat. Syd

If you have planned a trip for Easter holiday we have the soundtrack for the first 5 minutes of your road trip.
Arms out the window. Let’s go.

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