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.

Read on the previous editions HERE.







Jay Gudda – “Triple Dog”

Jay Gudda delivers an off-kilter and experimental tune titled “Triple Dog” which serves as his final entry for 2023. The production is cinematic and layered and is ripe with his unapologetic lyrics that center on being authentic to oneself. The accompanying visual is a collection of clips from the 80s.





LUCI – “Dijon”


Perth/Boorloo band LUCI invites us into their studio and shows us their musical prowess and love for soulful-jazz-infused 90s neo soul vibes. In this live version of their song “Dijon”, we are given an intimate performance that brings together a rich blend of sounds and styles. From the lush horns, warm piano chords, sublime guitar plucks and rousing drum grooves with eclectic progressions and switch-ups.



Big Dese x Mike Martinez – “What am I Gonna Do” prod. by Mike Martinez”

Boston rap meister Big Dese links with Florida-based producer Mike Martinez once again to close out 2023 with a new single/video titled “What am I Gonna Do”. The track is the lead single from the duo and it’s a solid mix of rich soulful samples with punchy drums all underpinned by Big Dese’s off-center flow and vivid storytelling that takes listeners deep into the murky places in his mind after a dose of way too edibles for one man to handle. The video shot by Chow Films follows Big Dese as he slowly succumbs to the effects and starts going off the rails. Check out Guido Soul today on your favourite platform and purchase it directly on Bandcamp!



Finesse Parlay – “DEFEND YOU”.

Ghanaian/American rapper Finesse Parlay returns to our site with “DEFEND YOU”. The track is ripe with a dark and cinematic trap soundscape and is underpinned by the rapper’s sooth melodic flow and reflective lyrics that dive into his struggles as a young black man trying to find his footing in a cold world.


SONGER – “Toxic Freestyle”.

Reading artist SONGER gets back into the zone with “Toxic Freestyle” where he uses that vibrant pop beat from Britney Spears and makes it his own. Armed with his stylish flow and over-the-top bravado style. The video is a mix of SONGER’s various rap performances and behind-the-scenes footage of him in the studio. The track closes off an incredible 12 months for the rapper who has quite literally gone from penning lyrics in his parent’s back garden to selling out tours as far as AUS / NZ.






Lebanese/Australian emcee SWITCH1EIGHTY helps close out this week’s playlist with “Aye”. Backed by the cinematic and sombre backdrop made by DreamLife, SWITCH1EIGHTY with the help of FORTAY and LEE MONRO team up to deliver a hard-hitting gem ripe with vivid and engaging lyricism. The accompanying video is filmed and Edited By Oort Cloud Productions and blends performance shots of the rappers with subtle effects.

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