@Videostatic Weezer "High As A Kite" (Nathan Presley, dir.) https://t.co/LBL2GPIUV2 16 hours 42 min ago
@Videostatic Static & Ben El with J Balvin "Tudo Bom" (Carlos Lopez Estrada, Jeff Desom, dir.) https://t.co/JA1RK6nAP1 18 hours 44 min ago
@Videostatic Bebe Rexha "Last Hurrah" (Joseph Kahn, dir.) https://t.co/NS7QG2ewGw 21 hours 39 min ago
@Videostatic Vampire Weekend "Harmony Hall" (Emmett Malloy, dir.) https://t.co/1n9wAde3NA 1 day 21 hours ago
@Videostatic Boogie f/ Eminem "Rainy Days" (James Larese, dir.) https://t.co/4imwWCCrqu 1 day 22 hours ago
@marcusstorm Hey! I did a music video for The Bland's new single 17. A roadtrip that contains love, hallucinations… https://t.co/ZBeDB5hoS6 1 day 2 hours ago
@Videostatic Meghan Trainor "All The Ways" (Brian Petchers, dir.) https://t.co/YpHAzkgjI1 23 hours 48 min ago
@BrianPetch WATCH IT: Meghan Trainor "All The Ways" (Brian Petchers, dir.) https://t.co/4VPxQgYqCG via 1 day 1 hour ago
@Videostatic YUNGBLUD, Halsey f/ Travis Barker "11 Minutes" (Colin Tilley, dir.) https://t.co/FKfHNUwPrO 20 hours 19 min ago

BRTHR

The Weeknd "In The Night" (BRTHR, dir.)

If the song reminds you of Michael Jackson, then maybe the video will strike a "Smooth Criminal" chord, but only if you amp up the madness, the violence, the sex and the style. "In The Night" is a complex and nightmarish blast from the brains of BRTHR that's an homage to the past, but a decided step forward into the future.

Ben Khan "Youth" (BRTHR, dir.)

The rule of Chekhov's Gun says if we see a gun in the first act, we better see it get used in the third. It doesn't typically apply to music videos, for lots of reasons, but most depressingly because so much imagery in our field is nothing more than simplistic posturing. Directing team BRTHR know better, and although we never see the gun go off or the knife go stab, it's very clear that they have an awful payoff planned for this twisted love story.

MS MR "Think Of You" (BRTHR, dir.)

Believe it or not, this Ms Mr video is one of the least weird things you'd encounter on Brooklyn's public access network, BCAT. That said, this latest visual treat directed by BRTHR is still abundantly strange. Ms Mr gives a retro-styled performance as a young viewer gets increasingly hypnotized and subsumed by what he sees on-screen, until he essentially becomes one with the TV.