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With Anne-Marie referencing some of her favourite anthems from the early Noughties in her UK Top 5 hit 2002, Hannah Lux Davis's wonderfully tongue-in-cheek video pays homage to the accompanying iconic videos to those anthems.
So Anne-Marie channels Britney Spears’ …Baby One More Time, N-Sync’s Bye Bye Bye, Jay-Z’s 99 Problems, and Nelly’s Ride Wit Me.
Vincent Haycock returns to music videos with an epic display of extraordinary visuals for Kelsey Lu.
Photographer/director Jesse May Fisher's visual for up and coming talent Niomí is a sensual and seducive piece that subverts the tale of Sleeping Beauty.
It's party time in KLVDR's rollicking video for Lethal Bizzle's Flex.
Featuring cameos from Jammer, Chipmunk and Tinchy Stryder - and lest we forget, a pair of lovely Off-White Nikes - we spin, thrust and jolt through a neon-bathed warehouse party, for this instantly catchy Bizzle track.
Jorja Smith's haunting song Blue Lights has inspired a memorable visual piece by Olivia Rose. It's a series of portraits of real Londoners who, arguably, the singer could be addressing in the song's message. These portraits, are intercut with a figure who slowly revealed his purpose - a dancer to physically express the emotion in the music.
To reflect a song about feeling broken and lost, Andy Morgan places Majik singer Marcus Fowler in an extreme situation - he's tied up and left for dead by a fire in the wilderness.
The video for Animal charts his journey back to safety, as he frees himself and then travels back across isolated desert landscapes, tracing lost memories.
Gyles Bartle leaves his local cornershop and straight into a more dreamlike, cinematic version of reality.
This is a journey in mixed formats by Nadira Amrani for You. And as night turns to day, one song fades out and another begins...