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.







Muja x Dub Sonata – “Put It Inna Book” ft. Nazeem (of Blood $moke Body)


Muja (formerly known as Muja Messiah) is putting Minneapolis on the hip-hop map as he continues his mission to break the mould. His latest effort is a forthcoming collaborative project with producer Dub Sonata titled Break The Stereo. The 11 track body of work is led by the visuals for the third song “Put It Inna Book” featuring Nazeem (of Blood $moke Body) who happens to be his son. The hard-hitting track sees both father and son trading bars over the mystical soundscape provided by Dub and the result is a cross generational effort that bridges the gap. The visual shot by Spencer Joles plays on the title as we see the duo and the entire squad taking over a vintage book store and soaking in the knowledge that fake cats refuse to absorb.




Champagne937 – “Kissed By Fire”.

Dayton, Ohio-based rapper Champagne937 makes his entry on our video playlist with his anthemic single “Kissed By Fire”. The upbeat and energetic tune is a testament to Champagne937’s fortitude and resilience as he reminds the music industry that he is built for this and he is charting his own lane and bringing along his people with his movement. The track is augmented by a celebratory music video showcasing the rapper’s lavish lifestyle through luxurious vignettes in the studio, behind the wheel of a sleek sports car, and amid a wild, champagne-fueled party surrounded by beautiful women.

He is  the CEO and co-founder of the innovative brand and record label, Jetway Records – an acronym for “Just Enjoy The Way”.



BREIS – “Think Big”


Veteran UK/Nigerian rapper BREIS takes it back to the community in the visual for his song “Think Big“.  The uplifting tune is all about looking beyond one’s purview and scope and break free of self-doubts. BREIS has always been a champion for the community and this record is another gem that we all need at the moment. The visuals was shot in the heart of Brixton and captures the vibrant spirit of the people down there.








Jersey born, Los Angeles based artist MoRuf makes his entry into our playlist with “NAZ JOINT” which is a song from his EP entitled Tiny Mic Raps V1 . The auto-biographical tune gives audiences a refresher course on who MoRuf is as an artist and a man trying to balance the never ending duality of life. Directed by acclaimed singer & visual artist Jesse Boykins III, the visual follows MoRuf as he pontificates on his musical journey thus far while basking in the beach and soaking in the natural breeze and warm ambiance.




Showrocka x MICKEY FACTZ – “Things the Factz Show” (feat. Daphya)”

“Things the Factz Show” is a conceptual track brought to us by Showrocka and veteran lyricist MICKEY FACTZ featuring vocalist Daphya.  Here, both emcees display hard-hiting lyricism over a moody piano-driven soundscape. The accompanying visua is a fusion of performance shots and slick transitions and subtle special effects. It also has a few cameos, shouts to Stalley.This track is the second single off the duo’s collaborative project entitled Manifest Destiny.

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