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.






okay(K) – tobi lou – “2hrs (okay(K) remix)”

okay(K) delivers his version of tobi lou‘s “2hrs”. Over the moody and melancholy backdrop made up of haunting pitched-down melodic vocals and sparse backdrop, the eclectic artist pours his heart on wax and gives audiences a glimpse into his frustrations.




Samad Savage – BIG 3 (Kendrick Lamar / Drake / J. Cole Diss) [‘Like That’ Remix] (Remix by Future)”

Samad Savage  gets in on the fun as he gets on the “BIG 3 (Kendrick Lamar / Drake / J. Cole Diss) [‘Like That’ Remix] (Remix by Future)” and shares his thoughts on the recent debacle which had Kendrick sending shots at his contemporaries. Samad however is of a different opinion and proceeds to lunge verbal darts at all 3 emcees and the result is pretty off the meat rack.

UNA MIA x Lekan – “Better Care”.


Toronto-born, Belleville-raised Alt-R&B/Pop artist UNA MIA teams up with Contemporary R&B/Soul Artist Lekan for a smooth love ballad titled “Better Care”. The sultry track is a display of sensuality between a lady and her lover whom she craves as she pours her all over the surreal soundscape laid before her. Lekan also joins the fray and expresses his desire for his lover’s touch. The visual is quite engaging and uses dark moody lighting with minimal set pieces to drive home the sensual message. UNA MIA also recently announced that she will support Spanish R&B Artist Eva Ruiz for her upcoming 5-date, European tour in May.



Enkhi – “Island Boys” (feat. J seki 060)


Enkhi shares the visuals for their song “Island Boys” featuring J seki 060, an upbeat bouncy anthem that pays homage to their home country. Over the bouncy drill-infused soundscape, the emcees remind us of their roots with vivid and genuine lyricism and the accompanying video is more than engaging. The use of fast-paced cut scenes, performance shots and homage to their Polynesian roots is prevalent and well-crafted.



K Smith x Yung Kash Capre – “LOVE KILLS”


The duo of K Smith and Yung Kash Capre team up for this reflective tune titled “LOVE KILLS”. The sombre guitar-driven trap backdrop is underpinned by insightful and solemn lyrics that centre on the cons of showing love when the streets use it against you. The visual is a nice blend of performance clips and the overall cinematic feel is engaging and well-crafted.



Cheff Chop – “Stay Woke” / “Khaleif”.

Cheff Chop AKA Chop Clark delivers a tow in one video in the form of “Stay Woke” / “Khaleif”. Over the soulful vocal sample backdrop, Cheff Chop takes us deep into the dark alleys of the streets and the many characters who are ready to prey on the weak but Cheff is staying ahead of the wolves. The second half has a cinematic and moody vibe and showcases Cheff’s bravado and vivid storytelling. The two parts of the video were shot by Vicuals, edited by Digital 5 Designs, and directed by Chop’s own Chopworks Media. The result is a fusion of night and day in the city of New York and how the different times contrast one another. The full versions of both singles include features from some heavy-hitters in hip-hop—Chris Rivers and Sadat X appear on “Stay Woke” while Smif-N-Wessun features on “Khaleif.”

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