We are no where near the end of the year, yet we have already had some of the hottest tracks dropped and incredible visuals to go with them. Here are 6 releases from 2017 with the coolest must watch videos out now.
Check them out…
A2′ – Tell Me
A2′ is back with another dope track for you to zone out to. With trippy visuals to match the sound, A2′ is definitely building up anticipation for the long awaited ‘BLUE!’ However, with all these red visuals we’ve been seeing lately, are we actually meant to be looking out for an album called ‘RED?’
Shot & cut by: CRE8TIVE EFFECTION.
Airborn Gav – Closer Than Close
Rapper/Singer Airborn Gav delivers a great spin on the garage classic by Rosie Gains and solidifies it with amazing visuals to match.
The video itself is so captivating and adds such bliss to the overall sound.
Shot & directed by: Black Bally Films, London.
Jorja Smith – Teenage Fantasy
With the song written when she was just 16, Jorja Smith’s new release – ‘Teenage Fantasy’ – is an airy track with a black and white cinematic visual concept of her questioning her romantic decisions as young teen.
Directed by: Rashid Babiker
Animation by: Ilya L. Barrett
Oscar #worldpeace – Run
Off his most recent project Recluse, Oscar #worldpeace drops a video for ‘Run’. These visuals take you in a constant journey of him trying to escape and make to the other side despite all the mishaps that may drag him down along the way,
Directed by: Taz Tron Delix.
Obongjayar – Endless
Nigerian born, London based Obongjayar has come to play no games with his amazing new video – ‘Endless.’ He says the song itself ‘explores the celebration of life through death’ and the video deeply expresses this in way it is delivered. Everything about it represents Obongjayar and we can not wait to see & hear more from him.
Directed by: Matilda Finn.
Skepta – Hypocrisy
Only the Grime Lord can pull off such a great video like this one here. Skepta returns with wacky visuals for his track – ‘Hypocrisy’. Skepta has, and will always have great visuals, but this old-school, retro televised themed video is definitely at the top of the list.
Directed by: Skepta & Matt Walker.