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.





Daryle Good – “Electric”.

Daryle Good set it off with  “Electric”, a show of lyricism and many unapologetic overtones. Over the dark and punchy backdrop, he delivers a smooth and engaging rap performance type with engaging storytelling. The visuals blend performance shots with cinematic storyboarding and well-threaded shots of the rapper with his team.




Muja x Dub Sonata x Slug (of Atmosphere) – “Redbone Blues”


The trio of Muja, producer Dub Sonata and the legendary Slug (of Atmosphere) team up for this reflective and insightful piece titled “Redbone Blues”. The fusion of soul/funk with hip-hop is the foundation here and is underpinned by an engaging tale of a lady whose infatuation with the glitz and glamour throws her in a loop. The visual by Zoo DeVille takes viewers into a record store in St. Paul and we get to see the artists going through their favourite records while detailing their experiences with female fans. “Redbone Blues” is lifted from Muja and Dub Snonata’s forthcoming collaborative project upcoming LP Break The Stereo.



Why-D – “The Veteran (Out To Get the Props)”

Malmö, Sweden-based lyricist Why-Ds visuals for his single “The Veteran (Out To Get the Props)” go back in time with a throwback aesthetic to the ’80s and ’90s. Over the cinematic soundscape, Why-D delivers a flurry of hard-hitting bars with much gusto while reminding us of the era that helped shape him into the man he is. The visuals are an homage to the Golden era of rap, Yo! MTV Raps to the hip-hop fashion that gave the era its unique style. From Adidas to Fila sweats, Polo tops, Kangol hats and throwback jerseys, Why-D has them all in copious amounts in the performance-driven clip.

Check out the visuals and head over to your preferred digital retailer or streaming platform to support. Stay tuned for more music taken from Why-D’s forthcoming album, The Work of a Doloist, due out this fall!

Young T & Bugsey – “Rio Grande”.

Young T & Bugsey continue their new single releases with the visuals for their song “Rio Grande”. The track is a follow-up to their previous reflective single  “Been A Minute” and sees both Young T & Busey basking in the aftermath of their resilience in the face of adversity. Over a smooth vocal and horn sample lifted from iconic Reggae artist Sizzla’s timeless classic “Solid As A Rock”, the duo delivers smooth bars with unapologetic and somewhat insightful bars that give audiences a glimpse into their journey. The video shot in Jamaica, captures the island’s beautiful landscape and vibrant energy.



jonnychang – “WHEN WE LINK UP” with Jada Imani

jonnychang teams up with singer Jada Imani for the laidback and reflective tune titled “WHEN WE LINK UP”. Backed by the warm and soulful backdrop, the artists look at the good memories and implore us to push away negative vibes.  The track also comes with a video that uses different clips of jonnychang as he hangs out with his close friends and also uses some performance shots. “WHEN WE LINK UP” is taken from the upcoming album AMONG MANY STARS.





Rushy – “Koko Krazy”

UK rapper Rushy caught our eyes and ears with the visual for his new song “Koko Krazy”. The track has a cinematic and soulful vibe and follows the rapper’s vivid lyricism and storytelling that take listeners deep into his world. From wild escapes, betrayal and introspective thoughts, Rushy gives an unfiltered account of life from a young man finding his footing. The visuals use a mix of performance shots and engaging set pieces that capture the rapper in exquisite locations.





Mickey O’Brien – “The Medicine” (feat. DJ Versatile) [Uncle Fester Remix] (Remix by Uncle Fester)


Mickey O’Brien‘s “The Medicine” featuring DJ Versatile gets the Uncle Fester Remix and the result is a smooth and summer-tinged piece ripe with pure hip-hop bliss from the yesteryears. The production by Uncle Fester is bouncy and groovy while Mickey’s smooth flow and positive demeanour take audiences on a nostalgia trip. The video, shot by Green Boots in Sydney, Australia during Mickey’s first overseas tour in December 2023, portrays the artist as a James Bond-style character living that 007 life. The video also stars model/actress Annabelle Austin and fellow artists and tour companions Ghost Attack and Ash, who appear courtesy of Rah Records.


RYN SCOTT – “What Am I Doing Here?”

RYN SCOTT gets into reflective mode in “What Am I Doing Here?”. The single has a moody and solemn piano riff and punchy drums underpinned by RYN’s impassioned flow and heartfelt lyrics that dive into his emotions and daily struggles as he tries to find his true purpose in life. The visual employs an engaging visual technique with sombre aesthetics, performance shots and subtle storyboarding that drops viewers right in the middle of the action.



M-Dot x Benefit (of EMS) – “The Enemy is Everywhere” prod. by Vinny Idol

M-Dot and fellow EMS member Benefit helped close the video list with “The Enemy is Everywhere”. Over the anthemic soundscape provided by Vinny Idol, M-Dot proceed to wreak havoc with hard-hitting and unfiltered bars while Benefit ties it up with a hook bolstered by his gruff flow. The video shot by Sando Films, depicts multiple M-Dot variants rapping with the city of Boston as the backdrop. The video shot by Sando Films, depicts multiple M-Dot variants rapping with the city of Boston as the backdrop. With each verse M-Dot fires off aggressively, delivering lyrics about the state of Hip-Hop and the Hollywood circus that is the current rap game. The

M-Dot is currently on his 15th European Tour, and the single can be found on M-Dot’s latest release Daze Of Greed out now on ALL Platforms!


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