Kelsey Lu – Foreign Car
Kelsey Lu’s new visual for “Foreign Car” directed by Vincent Haycock is about as the Reinassance as well as the modern era and shows her dancing in different scenarios: from the iconographic to the more typical of the rap world. All seasoned with elegance and great aesthetic taste.
Raveena – Stronger
Raveena is as strong as the roots of an ancient tree. The Danica Kleinknecht-directed video illustrates her trying to free herself from some arms that hold her like poison ivy.
Little Simz – 101 FM
Little Simz’s new video is a tribute to her adolescence. It finds the young rapper driving in a car while listening to the radio or writing music in her bedroom. Everything here is about music:
“‘101 FM’ represents a time in my life where all I wanted to do was be surrounded by music, whether that was doing radio sets, going to house parties, or just writing in my bedroom—it was all I cared for”.
Flume – Let You Know
We can read the lyrics of the song on the garbage bags of an open-air dump.
Cuco – Bossa No Sé ft. Jean Carter
Stop suffering, for Christ’s sake!
Shura – religion (u can lay your hands on me)
This video looks like it was written by Paolo Sorrentino and in fact the director Chloe Wallace started from “The Young Pope” inspiration to tell the delicate love story between two sisters.
Amber Mark – What If
Very soft and slow like a Sunday morning awakening.
JPEGMAFIA – The Who
The visual for JPEGMAFIA’s “The Who” is inspired by vintage sci-fi horror movies and keeps us in suspence till the last second.
PS: Continue to watch after the credits.
CLAVDIO – Le Tue Gambe
We thank the director of photography Gianluca Palma for giving us some beautifully shot visuals.
Pop X – No, Womano Cry
I wanna tell you (fine)settimana.