Majid Jordan, “My Love” Feat. Drake
OVO Sound’s Majid Jordan teams with label boss Drake for an intergalactic new video for their collaboration on “My Love.” The slinky R&B cut finds the Canadian duo shot in a haze of neon pink and blue tones for an OVO late-night rendezvous. They trade verses and women as they prowl through the club after the end of a troubled relationship. It’s a good look for both of the crooners, as they are currently working on the follow up to their 2014 debut EP, A Place Like This. “My Love” follows Drake debuting Majid’s new song “Learn From Each Other” on OVO Sound Radio last month.
Tinashe, “Bet” b/w “Feels Like Vegas”
Before she closes the door on her debut effort Aquarius, Tinashe circles back for a short film titled “All In Good Time” featuring her songs “Bet” and “Feels Like Vegas.” Directed by Stephen Garnett, the six-minute video opens with a distressed and sweaty Tinashe in an underground tunnel flexing to her songs “2 On” and “Pretend.” She dances through the tunnel that leads to a parking garage before the clip breaks off into her attempting to flee the scene to the score of “Feels Like Vegas.” Tinashe’s sophomore album is due out in November, as she’s already confirmed collaborations with producers Hit-Boy, Max Martin and Travi$ Scott. Watch her bring it all to end in this cinematic clip.
NxWorries (Anderson .Paak & Knxwledge), “Suede”
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge, known together as NxWorries, are killing the game. Period. After .Paak’s stacked allotment of cameos on Dr. Dre’s latest album Compton and Knxledge’s involvement on Kendrick’s TPAB, the Stones Throw duo now circle back to their pimpology-infused track “Suede” for a visual treatment. Directed by South Central video artist Calmatic, the player and producer cruise through the streets of Southern California spitting their playalistic lyrics for a retro ‘80s pimp style stroll. The video flashes to filters of an old VHS style of shooting before picking it back up for a modern day International Player’s Anthem feel. Watch as .Paak schools you on how to be a player—on and off the court.