Kareem Johnson

Meek Mill f/ Nicki Minaj & Chris Brown "All Eyes On You" (Benny Boom, dir.)

 

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Bobby Shmurda "Bobby Bitch" (Clifton Bell, dir.)

When your debut single hits the top 10, gets you a fat major label record deal and the video inspires a dance that shows up everywhere from bedrooms to a stadium stages, you get to indulge any fantasies for your follow-up video. "Bobby Bitch" is maybe best described as Shmurda's Angels, as a trio of gun-toting vixens shake their asses and protect their man. 

Wale f/ Nicki Minaj & Juicy J "Clappers" (Benny Boom, dir.)

Maybe you remember the Bubba Sparxxx "Ms. New Booty" video that began with a faux infomercial for booty padding? Well, that absurdity is now basically a reality — thank you, lovemybubbles.com — and Twerkin' is a household word thanks to Miley Cyrus. But, much like U2 stole that song back from Charlie Manson, Wale is stealing the ass-clap back with some help from Juicy J and Nicki Minaj. The video features lots of booty, but keeps it fun and fairly tame — we're much closer to "Thong Song" than the heart of darkness that is "Tip Drill".

My only complain? It should be 3-D.

Bridget Kelly f/ Kendrick Lamar "Street Dreamin'" (Clifton Bell, dir.)

Bridget Kelly ft. Kendrick Lamar - Street Dreamin'

Roc Nation's Bridget Kelly and rap star Kendrick Lamar easily hold this video down, with director Clifton Bell applying the occasional halftone reprographic and multiplicity effect, but otherwise letting them casually do their thing.