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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Louisville, Kentucky-based rapper QUAN PREWITT QP delivers the visuals for his single “No Filter”. The aptly titled song sees him in go-getter mode as he makes boss moves amongst the sharks and detractors.  Backed by the cinematic and haunting backdrop, the emcee takes us deep into the mix of the action with vivid storytelling and impassioned flow. The visual truly complements the theme of the song and uses engaging storyboarding and smooth transitions between set pieces to bring the song to life.




R.Y.M – “Lost”

R.Y.M pours his heart on wax in “Lost”, a mellow melancholic track that explores self-doubt, personal loss and hopelessness. Over the piano backdrop, the rapper takes us on an emotional journey from the bottom to the top where an individual finds the inner strength to push through the runt and finds that glimmer of light. The visual is a blend of lyrics and engaging animation and the simplicity makes the messaging effective to the core.

Joey Golden – “Cold”


NY rapper Joey Golden (fka J.ManifestO) shows us the “Cold” side of life where nothing is promised or given. Backed by the moody and punchy production by veteran producer NEAK, Joey delivers an insightful and introspective-filled performance that audiences can relate to. For the visuals, the director uses a fusion of performance shots and far and close-up shots to accentuate Joey’s demeanour and energy.

FYI: Joey Golden started his recording career with the group Operation Industry Shut Down (O.I.S.D)  and they released a couple of projects together in 2009 and 2011 respectively.



HoodTrophy Bino – “I Want Her”.


LA-based rapper HoodTrophy Bino shares his true thoughts on the love track titled “I Want Her” featuring Kalan.FrFr. The production is lush and has an R&B feel and sees the rappers showing their affection for the ladies that caught their eyes.  The music video fuses intimate vignettes of HoodTrophy Bino in a bedroom with roses at one moment and a nightclub with Kalan.FrFr surrounded by voluptuous women shaking their backside.



Jhyve x Jessie Reyez – “Love In Me” (feat. Jessie Reyez)


“Love In Me” is the third single off Jhyve‘s upcoming album, WAR&PEACE, featuring long-time friend and collaborator–Grammy-nominated singer Jessie Reyez. “Love In Me” is a solemn love ballad that explores the dynamics of meeting the right person who sees the true you and gives you their all. The throwback-inspired visual plays out like a home video recording of two lovers enjoying each other’s company.



T.R.3 – “eye.told.YAH”

Atlanta-born and Chicago-influenced rapper T.R.3 helps close out this week’s video playlist with “eye.told.YAH”, a soulful piece that explores self-love, soul searching and the gradual coming of age. The piano-laden backdrop fits his candid and sepia-toned lyrics about his childhood, adolescence and adulthood. The concept visual sees the rapper going through his family photobook and reliving the great memories of the past.

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