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Music Video Roundup: Kehlani, Shawty Lo, Diplo, Common, and more

Dance breakdowns, social consciousness, and comic books.

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Kehlani, "CRZY"

A "feeling good, living better" Kehlani recruits her real friends for a poppin' house party and dance breakdown where she beams more than the sunrays hitting the camera lens.

Shawty Lo, "Put Some Respek On It"

The late rapper's latest visual sees him staying true to his King of Bankhead title with fine woman, fast cars, and fat stacks.

Zeds Dead & Diplo, "Blame" feat. Elliphant

The entirely-animated, comic-book-esque clip sees armored superheroic enemies lead their respective armies to battle and you're not sure who to root for.

Common, "Black America Again" feat. Stevie Wonder

Footage from the fatal Alton Sterling shooting opens this emotional visual that weaves in portraits of teary-eyed humans and vintage Black-centric imagery, too.

Ta-Ku & Wafia, "Meet in the Middle"

As the second in a connected three-part video series, the visual component to Ta-Ku & Wafia's lead single is eerie and hard to interpret from the floating plastic bags to the family man who ends up encaged to the older gentleman nearly drowning in an overflowing bubblebath.

Tia Nomore, "The Opposition" feat. IAMSU! and CJ

The Bay Area rappers set their stomping grounds as the backdrop for this clip that follows a two-timing dude. His knife-wielding girlfriend makes sure that won't end well for him.

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