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 really 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.






Cory Rhymal – “transmissions”


Hailing from West Side Chicago, rapper Cory Rhymal found his voice in the music and on his new single “transmissions”, he delivers an insightful piece that explores the intricacies of the human mind and the swirling thoughts that somehow come from the ether. The accompanying visual has an ominous feel and uses dark eerie motifs to convey the feeling of feeling trapped in one’s own mind.



R.City – “WAPA”.

Hip-hop duo R.City shares the visuals for their infectious single “WAPA”. Made up of brothers Theron Thomas and Timo Makaveli who blend their Caribbean roots with UK drill and the results are marvelous. The track is catchy and the visuals bring it to life with it’s cinematic approach. “WAPA” is from R. City’s forthcoming mixtape,This Is Not A Drill…This Is Really Happening!




Father Baker – “Ghosts”

Father Baker‘s “Ghosts” is a dark and insightful piece that explores the intersectionality between personal decisions with the way the world is set up by the powers that be. Over a dark and ominous soundscape, he gives us a vivid glimpse into the human mind and how it works. The video, produced and filmed by Colton Wright, creates an eerie and poignant backdrop to an already brooding and lyrically rich performance. It makes use of haunting and ominous motifs and performance shots of Father Baker’s silhouette among other eerie elements.




Damez – “Unorthodox”

Multi-talented rapper Damez shares the visuals for his song “Unorthodox”, an autobiographical piece that explores his childhood and the many traumatic experiences that shaped him into who he is now. The accompanying visual is a blend of live action and AI and it has a dark brooding vibe as well. Lifted from his fourth album and sixth project Hell Now, Heaven Later.

Dax – “To Be A Man” Ft. Darius Rucker

Dax keeps pushing his musical boundaries and now he has ventured into the pop-country sphere in his new releases. His latest effort “To Be A Man” is a solemn and reflective piece that explores the pressures of being a man in this modern world where no one seems to care. Joining him is the legendary singer/guitarist Darius Rucker who adds his own thoughts to the track. The visual has a cinematic and warm feel and captures both Dax and Darius as they perform their parts and it also focuses on different characters going through the emotions.



Ka$hdami – “Games”

DMV’s hottest rising star KA$HDAMI helps close out this week’s visual list with his latest single and music video titled “Games.” The song has a punchy trap drum groove and sees him reflecting on matters of the heart. He gets candid and vulnerable about love, loyalty and friendship and how he struggles to find these things since his success. The visual has a playful feel and captures his youthful energy to the max.

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