Final week video releases from GloRilla, G Herbo, Connie Diiamond, and extra grabbed our consideration.
Memphis rapper GloRilla dropped off a brand new video for “Nut Fast” off her EP, Anyhow, Life’s Nice…
Connie Diiamond lands herself again on our radar with “Raid” that includes Dame D.O.L.L.A.
Preserve scrolling to take a look at our different picks.
GloRilla – “Nut Fast”
GloRilla retains her model intact along with her newest video for her new single “Nut Fast” directed by Ben Marc. There’s a by means of line which you could hint from “F.N.F.” to now. It’s evident on this one which she’s tapped in with what works for her – she is upping the standard of her movies too, and that is obvious within the clip. There’s even a cameo from Metropolis Ladies’ JT, which is on par with GloRilla’s progress as an artist.
Fivio Overseas, Rvssian – “1 On 3”
Fivio Overseas’s “1 On 3” is a enjoyable efficiency video the place New York drill music takes heart stage from children getting sturdy to bust down watches getting washed in champagne. New York silhouettes and Fivio’s signature lyricism additionally drive this level house. Director Whipalo makes use of dynamic angles and fast-paced modifying to emphasise drill in New York. It’s a brief one, but it surely’s fast and simple with its messaging that Fivio Overseas exudes the vitality buzzing in New York.
G Herbo, Kodak Black – “All That”
G Herbo hyperlinks up with Kodak Black for “All That.” Within the clip, the director conceptualized darkish tones which can be paying homage to a horror film when showcasing G Herbo and Kodak in numerous settings. He additionally combined in behind-the-scenes components with precise footage giving a surreal really feel to the general imagery. Each rappers are seen rapping usually by themselves additional emphasizing the tune title.
Connie Diiamond, Dame D.O.L.L.A. – “Raid”
Mob ties are every part in “Raid” by Connie Diiamond that includes Dame D.O.L.L.A. Lengthy-standing present Sopranos and cult classics On line casino and A Bronx Story served as sources of inspiration for director Gerard Victor – that is blatant in how Connie and Dame are seen as mob bosses calling photographs and making offers.