This powerful BET Awards performance/video of "Rockstar" starts with a recreation of the George Floyd murder, cycles through heaven and then onto a street scene of a tense protest, eventually ending with a child holding a hopeful More Love sign.
A timely and emotional video with Lecrae, Tori Kelly, and the brave patients who are still alive thanks to St Jude's Children's Hospital, which this video supports with the powerful message: "We won't stop until no child dies from cancer."
Although "Rio" might bring to mind images of beaches and butt-floss (or Duran Duran, if you're old), director Tim Cruz keeps things gritty (yet still sexy) with a performance video that takes place in contrasting black and white interior locations.
Once the product placement business is dispensed with in the video opening — bedazzled iphone cases and skully earphones — director Tim Cruz gets down to showcasing Sabi and her abs (and a Wale verse) in a series of artful split-screens all around L.A. --> watch "Where They Do That"
Bottles, bongs and beats are scattered all about in the aftermath of a party as Yelawolf takes advantage of his girlfriend's weak bladder (honest) and drives away with her daddy's Lambo. --> watch "Daddy's Lambo"
Rock trio Miggs taps into The Station — a YouTube collective that boasts a crop of cybercelebs and well over 100 million views spread between its main channel and TheStation2 — in this video about trailer-park teenage drama. Station/YouTube gal Nikki Limo stars in the video, wanting to escape from both a love triangle and her middle of nowhere home. --> watch "Girls & Boys"