From the highly anticipated new Marvel blockbuster Black Panther comes Kendrick Lamar and SZA's All The Stars - and now the latest collaboration between Lamar and Dave Free's little homies and the formidable Dave Meyers.
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Director/designer Nik Hill has created a mind-bending 3D animated music video for UK DJ/producer/artist MJ Cole, visualising a track that represents "the dreams and imaginations of a girl wrapped in romance.”
In one of the boldest musical turnarounds in recent times, Black Eyed Peas have gone back to their roots - and then some.
Back in the day, Black Eyed Peas were a socially conscious hiphop outfit who made some cool and creative videos with Brian Beletic and others. Then came Fergie, Where Is The Love and massive crossover success.
Justin Timberlake aims to squarely plug into the zeitgeist with Dave Meyers' blockbuster for Supplies, with references to #MeToo, Weinstein, Spacey and Trump, as JT surveys a bank of screens, before embarking on a series of big, visually arresting, increasingly dystopian scenarios involving Timberlake and his love interest, played by Eliza Gonzalez (Baby Driver).
A young man, carrying a bagful of loose audiotape, becomes embroiled in a surreal cycle of repetition, with timecode flickering on and off screen and the image fragmenting, in RUFFMERCY's hypnotic video for Nightmares On Wax.
Superorganism came together on the internet, from all over the world, so it's appropriate that New Zealand bandmember 'Robert Strange' (aka Blair Everson) has made a video for the band that's all about the internet.
Owlle gazes from her swish apartment onto a nighttime cityscape with flames in the distance - flames that swiftly encroach into her home.
Thibaut Grevet's video for the French singer has the aura of a bad dream, where fear is suspended, but just around the corner. And it's always an achingly gorgeous-looking bad dream.
Elliott Sellers' gorgeously trippy take on Cults' Right Words, Natural State comes in two distinct chapters of unreality.