Welcome to TWIB’s Weekly Top 10 Videos. This is a segment where we will be looking at some exceptional visuals from various acts from around the globe. The music video format has been around for decades and through the 90s and 2000s, it has taken flight from multi-million budget music videos, to mid to low-budget videos with exceptional features. In this section, we will not discriminate but rather highlight some of the creative visuals that pop up on our radar.
Again, we promise to bring you the best from high to low budget, to animated to DIY and first and foremost, the most creative visuals we can source.

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Harmogy – “Lay You Down”


Harmogy delivers this mid-tempo R&B/pop number titled “Lay You Down”. The production is rich, bright and punchy while the melodies are alluring and memorable. The visuals are quite engaging and use cinematic effects and sublime transitions that tap into the sensual side of the track.


stoop lee x Curtis Roach – “HOOPTIE DOO”


stoop lee and Curtis Roach pop into our video playlist with “HOOPTIE DOO”, a smooth soul-hip-hop-infused jam ripe with laidback flows and reflective lyrics. The visual plays into the playful and drive-along vibe of the song and follows both artists as they do what they do best in a droptop.


Qua7iti -“Had Enough”

Albany, NY -raised Qua7iti has “Had Enough” and puts his thoughts on wax. Backed by the punchy and edgy soundscape, the emcee proceeds to break the mould with his impassioned flow and vivid lyricism that brings listeners deep into the mix. The visual makes use of performance shots and smooth-seamless transitions and cut-scenes.







MayZe shares visuals for her song “SEE NO LIGHT”, a genre-fusing track that explores the concept of self-determination, choices and being aware of the consequences. The accompanying visual is a colourful affair that uses bright and summery motifs with dreamy set pieces to drive home the message of authenticity and self-awareness.





Manny Grey – “OK”

Brockton, Massachusetts-based rapper Manny Grey drops the visuals for his new release titled “OK”. Backed by a rousing and scenic soundscape, Manny reflects on his tumultuous childhood and the arduous journey it took from being a child to a man. The song comes with an engaging visual that blends dark and somewhat abstract motifs that bring listeners deep into the action.




Lindasson – “Through The Storm”

Ottawa, Canada-based rapper Lindasson caught our ears and eyes with his newest offering titled “Through The Storm”. Armed with his off-beat and lax flow, he takes listeners through the storm as he gives us a glimpse of his imperfections and flaws. The visual taps into the core message of the song and uses performance shots and vivid story boarding to represent the proverbial storm he is going through.



M-Dot – “Done” prod. by Apollo Brown

Boston, MA Rapper M-Dot Releases Compelling Visuals for his new song “Done” taken from his recently released album Ego and the Enemy 2: A Dissolute Paradise. Backed by Apollo Brown‘s haunting and sombre soundscape, M-Dot addresses the current state of hip-hop, touching on themes of artistic integrity, mentorship and the allure of quick success prevalent in today’s music industry. The visual follows M-Dot as a teacher trying to impart his knowledge to a young one.

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