As a great summer finally slips away, here's Labi Odebunmi's video for Maleek Berry's latest hit Gimme Life with a real carnival spirit, to keep that summer vibe going a bit longer...
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Directed by Femi Ladi, Kwaye uses choreography as a means of expression and healing, touching on the artist's own feelings of self-discovery.
This performance piece is far from the solemnity the actual song might suggest. Bold in colour and expressive in movement, the cinematography beautifully captures Kwaye's mesmerising movements as he is immersed in his own world of thoughts.
Sophia Ray takes Chelcee Grimes's uptempo take on a typical heartbreak song, and gives it a party-filled, let your hair down vibe. Exactly what a post-heartbreak night out should be, in fact.
Three individuals in three separate places come under the influence of unseen forces in Charlie James Reader's video for 11.
It leads them to act in ways that suggests that the toll of everyday life is too much - a metaphorical expression of the stresses and stresses that come with modern urban living.
Dancing from a floral throne to the spotlight of a dark stage, Anushqa puts on a charismatic performance, as she and her dancers move to the catchy beat of Something In Common.
With the styling, art direction and choreography inspired by the Middle Eastern flavours of the track, Sophia + Robert's video have created a slick and stylish video for Anushqa.
Director P. R. Brown and his small crew embarked on a journey throughout in the U.S., documenting the diversity of love in all its shapes and forms for Lukas Graham's heartfelt song Love Someone.
Damien Reeves captures how difficult it is to open up about your struggles, to be honest and deal with these issues, by portraying the lives of three protagonists in his Lucy Spraggan video featuring Roy Stride, frontman of Scouting For Girls.
This video was made in association with the charity CALM, dedicated to preventing male suicide in the UK.
Young actor Harry Wyatt strides down the streets of Liverpool with confidence, embodying the pride of having experienced young love's kiss, in Simon Aboud's charming video for Paul McCartney.