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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Marvillous Beats – “GYALIS (Violin Cover)”.

Bronx, NY born, Maryland/DC-based violinist, composer/audio engineer Marvillous Beats continues his slew of instrumental covers with his latest one being “GYALIS (Violin Cover)”.  His take is brilliant and is as cinematic as they come. His proficiency on the violin is unmatched as he takes us on a soul-stirring journey with the strings.



Cxtotheworld – “My Story”


Edmonton, Alberta-based Tanzanian-Canadian producer-rapper Cxtotheworld returns with the visuals for his heartfelt insightful track titled “My Story”. The aptly titled track digs deep into his journey thus far and the experiences that shaped him as a young black man. Over the soulful soundscape, he gives audiences a glimpse into the side of his story. The visual is quite engaging and employs some interesting framing devices and performance shots that shows the rapper in his element.


Kingdom Kome – “Argentina Coke” ft. Niko Is

Kingdom Kome takes us to the streets of Argentina in the hard-hitting visual for “Argentina Coke” featuring Niko Is. Over producer/DJ RUEN‘s. menacing soundscape comprising brooding cinematic textures and a classic vocal sample from Nas, both emcees deliver fiery street-savvy bars with a touch of graphic themes and bi-lingual laden bravado to match. The visual shot in different spots from Buenos Aires and in San Telmo (by Blas Belsa of LoLife Argentina) while Niko Is’s parts were shot in the Little Havana neighbourhood of Miami.  “Argentina Coke” will appear on the forthcoming Kingdom Kome X RUEN Malbec 2 LP which is set to drop on 7/19.




satosii – “Orange Light /Night in Tokyo”

Prolific producer satosii shares visuals for his “Orange Light /Night in Tokyo” release. The track has a warm, sombre vibe with soft drum grooves and off-kilter pads that sound like a broken record. The visual takes viewers deep into the night views in the city of Tokyo.


P.U.R.P. – “Jody” (Rosita & P.U.R.P. Ft. Akeem Ali)


Rosita and P.U.R.P team up with Akeem Ali for “Jody”, a heartfelt tune that explores the matter of the hearts. The track is a smooth blend of neo-soul and hip-hop and follows the love triangle between a lady, her man and her male bestie. Things eventually get sticky as time goes and the visuals really encapsulate the situation with engaging visual storytelling



Flapjaques – lo-fi summer soul-fi chicago street race 🏁🏎 type beat mix [lofi trap, soul chops & freestyle beats]”.

Flapjaques delivers a full length mix of the finest lo-fi jams in his discography. The 45-minute-long mix comprises a plethora of sounds and grooves that blend summer-drenched mellow textures with vocal samples from racing events. The project comes with a visualizer that uses clips from retro car racing events.



Mackonthetrack – “Princess”

Emerging rapper Mackonthetrack makes debut on our site with “Princess”. The guitar-laden tune is a love-drenched tune that sees the rapper pouring adulations on that special someone who holds him down. The visual has a sepia-tone feel and follows the rapper as he spends time with his girl.



Parallax – “Stone Cold”

Parallax shares visuals for “Stone Cold” featuring Ayite and Yaz Aiyla. The reflective tune is a blend of soulful textures with punchy drums and expressive rhyme schemes that explore aspirational themes and self-reliance in a world where real friends are hard to find. The visual uses a mix of performance shots with engaging effects to good use.




Dillon & Batsauce – “Banana Peels”

Dillon and Batsauce share the animate visuals for “Banana Peels”. The Spy vs Spy inspired animated feature uses a lot of motifs and funny elements that bring Dillon’s lyrics to life.




Taylor Ricard – “BETRAYL”.

Rising Baton Rouge Louisiana-born artist Taylor Ricard talks about “BETRAYL” in his new single. The track has a mellow and sombre vibe and is underpinned by a melodic flow and heartfelt lyrics that dwell on fake friends and the trauma of betrayal. The visuals employ interesting visual effects that capture the rapper in his element as he confronts his enemy.


Lupe Fiasco – “No. 1 Headband”

Lupe Fiasco is on a new plateau as he delivers the visuals for “No. 1 Headband” taken from his new album Samurai. The visual directed by Crhis and Blaq Impakt Studio is a blend of retro aesthetics with performance-driven story boarding that captures Lupe in his element.






Deema x Bawo – “UK SYNTH”.



Peckham-born rapper Deema and West London emcee Bawo lead us into South London with “UK SYNTH”. The bouncy track has a warm texture and plucky synth underpinned by the rappers’ smooth flows and expressive songwriting that details their life in the ends. The accompanying visual directed by Ed Peacock follows both rappers as they get into a bit of a jam as they continue to navigate the ever-busy streets of South London.  The single is Deema’s third single as he prepares to release his upcoming EP, DOG WITH A £ in August.







Nappy Nina x Swarvy – “Out The Park”.


Rapper Nappy Nina teamed up with Swarvy to hit the home run with the aptly titled “Out The Park”. Backed by a punchy drum groove and moody texture, the emcees deliver fiery bars with engaging rhyme schemes and a memorable hook to complete the job. The song comes with an engaging visual that uses a variety of visual framing that captures Nappy Nina’s commanding flow and confident demeanour.

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