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Lil Dicky "Earth" (Nigel W. Tierney, Federico Heller, dir.)

Why wait for the starstudded CGI Lion KIng remake when you can enjoy this Pixar-level animated adventure starring Lil Dicky and boasting cameos by Justin Bieber, Ariana...

Kehlani f/ 6lack "RPG" (Trey Lyons, dir.)

Loneliness and heartbreak on literal display.

Offset f/ Cardi B "Clout" (Daniel Russell, dir.)

The first couple of hip-hop get all sexy and yellow.

Ellie Goulding "Sixteen" (Tim Mattia, dir.)

A nostalgic look at coming of age.

LSD "No New Friends" (Dano Cerny, dir.)

Trippiness looms large in this stunning wonderland with Labrinth, Diplo, and Sia's little/big doppelganger Maddie Ziegler.

Tierra Whack "Unemployed" (Cat Solen, dir.)

When you suddenly realize that potatoes are living creatures, on some level, and maybe they don't like being sliced, diced, fried and mashed. Sorry, vegetarians.

Hozier "Almost (Sweet Music)" (Blythe Thomas, dir.)

A tribute to music, sweet music.

Gesaffelstein & Pharrell Williams "Blast Off" (Warren Fu, dir.)

Pharrell's track record with mysterious French EDM stars is pretty strong, so keep eyes on this slick video and song with Gesaffelstein.

Marshmello "Power" (Mercedes Bryce Morgan, dir.)

Marshmello goes from the couch, to a desk job and then to music-making bliss in this light-hearted riff about following your dreams. 

Thomas Rhett "Look What God Gave Her" (TK McKamy, dir.)

A country video that's clearly way more inspired by the art directed worlds of pop and r&b than anything typically associated with the genre.