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Music Video Roundup: JAY-Z, Future x YG, Action Bronson

Cartoons and clichés.

JAY-Z, "The Story of O.J."

As the first official music video in support of his 4:44 album, Jay takes inspiration from the racist cartoons of the early 20th century. Playing a "Sambo"-like character, he walks through city streets as images of black life flash before him, both unfortunate and stereotypical, including mammies, "Uncle Toms," slaves, the KKK, burning crosses, cotton-pickers, and watermelon-eaters.

Future, "Extra Luv" feat. YG

A pool party, palm trees, and a plethora of women.

Action Bronson, "Let Me Breathe"

Serving as a behind-the-scenes look for the music video itself, Bronson's new visual features the rapper trying to teach an odd-ball crew a choreographed dance.

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