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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J/O/E – “Going Down”


Fort Worth, Texas-based rapper J/O/E shows us how it’s “Going Down” in his newest release. The smokey tune has a hazy and sombre vibe and is underpinned by his laidback flow and vivid storytelling that takes audiences into the rapper’s life. The visual is mostly performance based with medium and close up shots.


H3RO – “Fake It Till You Make It”.

South Carolina-based Emcee H3RO is working on his upcoming project, Zero to H3RO but in the meantime, he shares a new single “Fake It Till You Make It”. The satirical track explores the concept of faking one’s success until it becomes a reality. Over an anthemic soundscape made up of triumphant horns and punchy drums, H3RO details his success journey from the bottom to the top with a touch of insight and humour. The visual follows suit with engaging motifs and set pieces that follow the life of a man aiming to find success by any means necessary.



Abyss x Tragedy Khadafi – “The Shining” prod. by Abyss (cuts by DJ Slipwax)

Abyss and legendary QB rapper Tragedy Khadafi team up for “The Shining”, a haunting collaborative tune that pairs hard-hitting lyricism over cinematic soundscapes. Bolstered by Abyss’s gripping production and cuts by DJ Slipwax, the pair break the mold with their characteristic rap styles that paint graphic imagery and it’s accompanied by an ominous visualizer created by Chow Films.



Gabzy – “Piano”.



UK-based singer/songwriter Gabzy returns with the Vevo DSCVR-sponsored performance for his single “Piano”. The single propelled him to the forefront for its catchy melodies and distinct songwriting that kept his fans on the hook.







K-Trap – “Old School Era”.


UK rapper K-Trap steps to the forefront with his latest release “Old School Era”. The cinematic track is ripe with scenic strings and haunting choral vocals underpinned by K-Trap’s unapologetic raps and braggadocio demeanour. The song comes with an exotic and stylish video that shows the rapper basking in an exquisite spot surrounded by the finest things money can buy. Old School Era”, co-produced by Nathaniel London and Jester Beats. and it’s taken from his new album SMILE?.







Dici – “East Coast Holiday”.


Milan and Miami-raised musical prodigy Dici shares the celebratory visuals for his song “East Coast Holiday”. The playful guitar-driven tune explores the good times and youthful exuberance on the East Coast. The production is a blend of acoustic guitar licks, and lively drums with an overall alternative pop vibe and a dash of contemporary music.  Dici is a multi-faceted artist who composes his music and fuses melodies with expressive raps.

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