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.







Cupnoodle – “EX”


Independent half Thai/German singer/songwriter multi-instrumentalist Bangkok-based artist Cupnoodle shares the captivating lyric video for her song “EX”. The heartfelt song dwells on a lady with lingering feelings for her ex and an uncontrollable longing for the past. The bouncy pop tune is quite catchy and engaging.

STEFA – “differ3nt today”

Emerging multi-faceted artist STEFA delivers the visuals for their new single “differ3nt today“. The Queens-raised musician brings a unique mix of experimental contemporary music with a touch of 90s alternative pop in their new single which taps into growth from naivety and coming into the age of self-awareness. The accompanying visual has a DIY feel and uses numerous short homemade clips that give audiences a glimpse into their community of friends and family.

To celebrate the occasion, STEFA* has also unveiled a pre-order for a limited edition 7-inch with album tracks “Costillas” and “differ3nt today,” cut into a vinyl 45 with hand-printed mixed-media liner notes. Limited to 300 copies, the 7-inch single is available for preorder alongside the full album and performance film Born With An Extra Rib from Figure & Ground here.


Kingdom Kome x RUEN – “Crush Grapes”.

Miami, FL-based rapper-producer duo Kingdom Kome and RUEN share the visuals for their single “Crush Grapes”. The title is an euphemism for the finest things money can buy and it’s filled with aspirational and braggadocio raps from Kingdom Kome. On the production tip, RUEN crafts an exotic and cinematic backdrop ripe with lush horns, dreamy textures and a pounding drum groove to match. The visuals were shot in Miami, FL and follow Kingdom Kome as he shows viewers the eye-popping cityscapes and the finest foods and drinks that keep the tastebuds buzzing.

“Crush Grapes” is the first in a series of singles and videos which will drop before the LP’s release date.






spacejamz – “Shooting Star”.


Grizzly Beatz and Spacejamz‘s “Shooting Star” is a mellow jazz-lofi-infused track that is both nostalgic and reflective. Mellow horn passes, crisp guitar plucks and an overwhelmingly solemn pad all come together to create something wonderful. The accompanying visual is also engaging and uses a range of stock clips to augment the layered emotion emanating from the track.






barber boy – “Tight Lines Vol.1”

UK/NZ representative barber boy drops with us the visuals for his song “Tight Lines Vol.1”. The track starts with a retro jazz vocal sample and switches into a punchy bass-line bop, underpinned by the rapper’s laidback and precise flow. The accompanying visual uses performance shots, engaging transitions and set pieces that display his off-beat style.



WOLFMAN JECKYLL – “A Win Is A Win” prod. by Wolfman Jeckyll

WOLFMAN JECKYLL continues his slew of releases as he drops visuals for “A Win Is A Win”. The self-produced track has a brooding vibe with its sparse arrangement and dark samples underpinned by WOLFMAN’s stream-of-consciousness and bravado raps. The visual is purely performance-based with bits of antics in the background as the rapper delivers his bars.



MxRKxS – “Every Second Counts”.

Polish producer MxRKxS makes “Every Second Counts” in his new release. The scenic track sounds like it’s lifted from an 80s movie with it’s cinematic sample chops and punchy grooves. The visuals are satisfying as well with its use of the classic Hollywood car chase.



Malicious – “Unbothered”


Emerging rapper Malicious reminds us that he is “Unbothered” in his latest effort. Over the punchy and soulful soundscape, he delivers a plethora of rap schemes filled with bravado and no-holds-barred wordplay and wit. The song also comes with visuals that showcase his performance style.

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