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.





Steven Caesar – “Kingdom”.

Emerging Christian artists Steven Caesar and Pscals team up for “Kingdom”, a heartfelt and insightful tune that implores audiences to find their worth through God and by walking the righteous path nd avoiding the pitfalls of the world. The production is rich and bright and the message is clear as day. The visual uses a variety of shots ranging from wide angles, close-ups and subtle camera movements that add urgency to the visual. The track is taken from his album Jesus Saves which was released earlier this year.

Muja x Dub Sonata – “Bad Apple”.

Muja and Dub Sonata share the visuals for their new release “Bad Apple” featuring Nejma Nefertiti. The insightful piece comprises a soul-stirring cinematic sample filled with rich horns, brooding keys/cellos and punchy drums underpinned by Muja and Nejma’s vivid lyricism filled with social commentary. The visual blends performance shots of the emcees in their stomping grounds against eye-popping backdrops.

It’s the latest single off Muja & Dub Sonata’s LP Break The Stereo, which includes additional contributions from Atmosphere‘s Slug, Tragedy Khadafi, Nazeem of Blood $moke Body, Bobby J From Rockaway and Tone Spliff.


Big O – “The Way it Seems”.

Big O returns with his latest offering “The Way it Seems”, a mellow piece that evokes nostalgia and long-forgotten memories. The textures are warm, and soothing and the soft keys blend perfectly with the pulsating bass-driven grooves and atmospheric pads. The song is followed by colourful and somewhat mind-bending visual that blends retro clips, psychedelic-inducing visuals and off-kilter aesthetics. “The Way it Seems” is the lead single from the upcoming debut EP I Belong Her” released via Chillhop Guru and will be available August 30th!


Nima T – “It Aint Nothing”.


OKC-based Persian Trap producer/artist/filmmaker Nima T gets back in business with his new release “It Aint Nothing”. The aspirational tune has a dark bell-infused punchy backdrop and sees Nima T in his element as he delivers the goods in his distinct laidback flow and no-holds-barred lyricism. The visual is performance shots with eye poping visual effects.

Kel-P – “Kel-P Vibes”.


Nigerian hit-making producer/singer/songwriter Kel-P is riding the wave of his success with the new single “Kel-P Vibes” which sees him in his element as he reminds the naysayers about his status. Over the plucky keys, moody textures and hypnotic drum grooves, Kel-P rides the beat effortlessly with his playful and somewhat nonchalant melodic flow. The visual follows Kel-P on his work vacation in France and we get to see him in his lab cooking up the heat and chilling with his squad. The song is taken from his new EP Bully Season Vol.2 : Pretty Girls Love Afrobeats here



joaquin the glowliners – “I Remember”.

San Antonio, TX-based band Joaquin the Glowliners make their entry on our video playlist with “I Remember”. The Chicano soul music project is making waves with its brand of retro-tinged soul that pays homage to the classic Chicano soul genre of yesteryears. The track is a soul-stirring piece that sees the lead singer reflecting on the good times he shared with a special someone. The accompanying visual directed by  Jacob Glombowski is shot in black and white and uses engaging set pieces with relatable storytelling and characters that viewers can relate to. The visual style pays homage to 1960s San Antonio and old music videos from that era.



A!MS – “House On The Beach”.

A!MS and ZieZie lead us to “House On The Beach” in this exotic summer party jam which showcases the rapper’s smooth melodic flow and expressive demeanour. The title is self-explanatory and listers get a glimpse of the types of parties both A!MS and ZieZie love to partake in. The visual takes it up a notch and transports us to an exotic beach house complete with voluptuous baddies, barbeque grills, fancy drinks and a swimming pool to match.




A1 Beanz & YT West – “Pourin Liquor”.

The final but not the least on our playlist is the reflective tune “Pourin Liquor” from YT West and A1 Beanz. Influenced by the classic Tupac song “Pour out a lil liquor”, the duo craft their modern version of the song as they dedicate it to the homies they lost along the way. The visual is a mix of performance shots that capture the duo in their stomping grounds.

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