In a stunning switch-up from typical music video boilerplate, Separators and Rodelle have released a video that’s starkly different than anything you may have watched in recent years. It’s devoid of any depiction of the artists, only featuring black women shown to be in executive decisions. There’s also the fact that these women are portrayed in a sexual manner – they’re power and beauty are admired in such a way that they’re glamourized as much with clothes as without. And for that, we have to applaud the artists. It’s a unique video that definitely deserves some play.
The song itself backs up the same sentiment that the video preaches. Think of Drake’s “Nice For What” given a distinct Detroit twist, being much more realistic instead of typical marketing jargon by way of Toronto. It’s a nice song that’ll lead to some interesting Instagram captions as it becomes more popular.
Watch the video for “Executive” below.
Aaria drops “Thug Love” Remix with DreamDoll
22-year-old singer-songwriter Aaria has teamed up with Billboard-charting, Bronx-bred DreamDoll for a brand-new remix of her debut single, “Thug Love.” The dynamic pair join forces to discuss love and the fiery passion that enveloped those relationships over the irresistibly catchy track.
The original song caught a bit of attention from the R&B community and launched the song and rising songstress into popularity, gaining over 50K YouTube views. “Trustworthy, Humorous, Understanding, and Geniune,” Aaria explains the acronym of “Thug Love.” It’s accompanying visual, directed by Randy Thomas, boasts a guess cameo from prominent Atlanta rapper Trouble who plays her respective partner.
Check out “Thug Love” below.
Biltmore Black celebrates the last days of summer with ‘Baller Alert’
To sum Biltmore Black up in words, it would be hustler, thinker, and a musical genius. Biltmore Black says that his passion and love for hip hop is what fuels his creativity. Born and raised in Phoenix, his motivation is to assist in putting his home state of Arizona on the map and to use his music as a way to connect with the youth.
His new release, ‘Baller Alert,’ will make you fondly miss summer as we move into the year’s coldest months. By taking a few minutes to visit the visual, Black sets the stage masterfully, and visually, to send off the best season in the perfect way.
Check out “Baller Alert” below.
@shelovesboon Drops New Single, “used to be so fun”
It’s time for a peculiar new video that’ll intrigue your senses. Enter “used to be so fun,” a mellow, questioning song for a lover about the fact that they’ve given up trying to make their partner happy. As downtrodden and gloomy as its lyrics are, the buoyant air of artist she loves boon’s lyrics make for a release that just makes you float over the Amazon. This is one track that you’ll be running back over and over.
Check out “used to be so fun” below.