Snap Dogg’s new track “How Many” is monumental because he manages to get Fetty Wap to rap as opposed to singing as he usually does. That’s the most glaring change in the entire song. Snap Dogg, as always, delivers. Being that it’s an original track is even better – he’ll be able to shop this in ways that he couldn’t’ do remixes. The inclusion of Fetty Wap will definitely impact the song’s mainstream inclusivity in the long run, and we can’t wait to see what the song does.
The dark visual features the two hanging with friends, a rather simple concept. It works nicely due to the street nature of the song, and the artistic capabilities of the director Jerry Studios gives it more elegance than one would expect.
Watch the video for “How Many” below.
@AkhilSesh’s visual for “Lil Thouwow” will throw you for a loop
Akhil Sesh’s latest visual is “Lil Thouwow” and if there’s one word to describe it, it’s definitely “wow.” That’s a good one by the way, often because the word gets misconstrued in this context. In the visual for the song smoother than usual song, Akhil Sesh loads on copious amounts of special effects that showcase a drive to be eclectic. It works, too.
Watch the video for “Lil Thouwow” below.
@theofficialyed goes crazy in “Like I Never Left”
Y.E.D. hails from Atlanta and is more grassroots than anyone coming out of the city. His raw, visceral style of music relies on its spontaneity for thrills. “Like I Never Left” captures lightning in a bottle for a captivating sound and style that place you right in the action. The video will give you vertigo, but it’s mesmerizing in a way that Harmony Korine’s K.I.D.S is.
Watch the video for “Like I Never Left” below.
@Coringmusic shows Brooklyn’s beauty in “Brooklyn”
Watch Corin Gabriella’s exciting new video for “Brooklyn.” It has a very grassroots feel to the way that it’s shot and the frantic, energetic viewpoints that it uses to portray the city’s angst. Corin is a rising R & B stalwart out of the city with a soulful sound that cuts through much of the more atmospheric muddling that exists in contemporary soul culture. With a fresh, funky twist, her latest will give you something to remember.
Watch the video for “Brooklyn” below.