Welcome to TWIB’s Weekly Top 5 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.






Cook Fee – “Dope”

BK-based Chicago rapper Cook Fee shares visuals for his song “Dope,” a concept record about life in the hood but not exactly the way it has been stereotyped by the media. Over a cinematic backdrop provided byQueens, NY producer JyJwlz , Cook Fee delivers a heartfelt and impassioned performance ripe with insight and bravado. The visual is a blend of performance shots and engaging motifs and solid storyboarding that will keep viewers locked in from start to finish.

The video was shot in Brooklyn by Ana Odah Raga.




Sargeant X Comrade – “Empire”

Sargeant X Comrade‘s visual for their single “Empire” is quite eclectic and somewhat cryptic. The reggae-tinged track dive into real-time issues and the way governments use politics to run the globe. The visual directed by Evgeniy make sus of psychedelic and retro-futuristic elements and splices it with real-world events to drive home the message in the song.



Katie Ladubz – “Old Days”

Katie Ladubz returns to our site with the video for her single “Old Days.” The reflective song details her struggles with addiction and shows listeners how she came out from the dark a stronger person. The visual is a blend of performance shots and moody motifs that weave into each other in a seamless manner.

Produced by @Oezonthebeat Video by @yungcashemayne



ILL KNOB – “Catch The Vibe”

ILL KNOB wants us to “Catch The Vibe” in his new single. The feel-good song is all about positivity as the veteran emcee delivers an uplifting performance that listeners can relate to and appreciate. The production by Epik The Dawn is smooth and soulful enough for ILL KNOB to have fun and even drop gems for the hard listeners. The visual is well-crafted as well and showcases the rapper’s laidback demeanor.




Ayo Breeze x Kyah Baby – “No Help”


Ayo Breeze and Kyah Baby help close out this week’s list with the visuals for their collaboration titled “No Help.” The NY artists make use of an anthemic backdrop to drop motivational bars with energetic performances to match. The visual makes use of vibrant performance shots and colorful aesthetics that showcases the duo’s upbeat energy.

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