Imagine one of those stoned nights where it's clear than Will Smith is talking to you through the TV, calling you to your destiny. So it is with Kid Cudi, who heeds the call and immediately dives back into music, before leaving the crib on a car chase that ends on a cliffhanger to be picked back up in the coming sequel.
A wild ride with supercouple John Legend and Chrissy Teigen that's like being on an intimate beach vacation with them, but which also shows the natural ups and downs of any relationship (and ending with a beautiful surprise with their full family).
A timely reminder that "Love is love is love is love is love is love is love is love, cannot be killed or swept aside," and can be found right in front of you, wherever you are, be you John Legend and Chrissy Teigen at home with their baby, or in Iraq, Orlando, Standing Rock, or the Dominican Republic.
The first couple minutes might have you shaking your head at the routine booty, but it's all set up for the amazing journey that takes us alongside Vince Staples from a video set to an unfortunate conclusion.
"Drone Bomb Me" might seem ripe for an overly political video, but artistic director Riccardo Tisci and director Nabil go for something totally different, enlisting supermodel Naomi Campbell for a devastatingly simple performance.