None of the laws of physics seem to apply to the reality that is Sicko Mode, as Travid Scott and Drake hold court in various scenarios filled with abnormal touches that range from over-the-top to larger-than-life.
Janet Jackson and Daddy Yankee have all of NYC dancing along as the camera zips from location to location, before ending at a set-piece that adds an African edge to the already bouncy mix of Latin and Caribbean vibes.
The Gospel according to Travis Scott is a weird book indeed, with a vengeful God above, a mother mary figure — played by his real-life partner Kylie Jenner with Khaleesi panache — and lots of other over-the-top VFX craziness that's somewhere between audacious, blasphemous and damned righteous.
Director Dave Meyers does dystopian sci-fi in a video that seems to take place in the not-too-distant future, if not the here and now, with Justin Timberlake coming out of the dark to spread some light and plant some seeds for the rebuilding to come.
A TV shows within a video with a movie and more. Things get ambitiously meta as Camilia Cabello finds love and adventure, first by living vicariously via her on-screen doubles, and then all by herself.
Just when it seems like Katy Perry and team are gonna stumble, they pull off a slam dunk. "Swish Swish" is a star-studded, comedic basketball romp that's massive, but also laced with perfect details that keeps pushing to absurd new heights over its 6+ minute runtime. Cameos of note include Molly Shannon, Terry Shannon, announcers Rich Eisen and Bill Walton, football star Rob Gronkowski, Doug The Pug, and, of course, Backpack Kid.
Kendrick Lamar and The Little Homies are back, this time collborating with director Dave Meyers for a video that's "just" a series of striking images one after the other, ranging from a Last Supper to a Grey Poupon break and on and on and on.