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Music Video Roundup: Snoop Dogg x B. Slade, Kodak Black, Tee Grizzley, Moneybagg Yo, Zoey Dollaz x Future, Trae Tha Truth, Lil Skies

Fame, family and faith.

Snoop Dogg, "Words Are Few" feat. B. Slade

Snoop Dogg has shared a preview of his forthcoming Gospel album,Bible of Love), sharing the first visual off the 32-track double album, "Words Are Few." During the cut, the veteran MC sings, "I'm not where I'm supposed to be / Sitting here smoking trees / When I should be on my knees / When my words are few," while sitting in an empty church, as he's later joined by B. Slade and a few others.

Kodak Black, "Fall Thru"

Kodak Black, who recently announced he's working on his next album, Heartbreak Kodak, has shared his latest, "Fall Thru." Kodak, who is currently behind bars, teamed up with Wavy Lord for the visual, which features scenes of Kodak balancing fame and fatherhood.

Tee Grizzley, "Colors"

Tee Grizzley has much to celebrate these days, as exemplified by his latest video for his new song, "Colors." The visual takes it back to Joy Road in West Detroit, where he was raised, later celebrating his glow-up as he spits his bars in front of a private jet and a mansion, with plenty of cash in tow.

Moneybagg Yo, "No Love"

Moneybagg Yo is extending the shelf life of his Heartless mixtape, sharing new visuals for the project's opener a full year after it dropped. The track details betrayal, success and rising above the BS.

Zoey Dollaz, "One of One" feat. Future

Zoey Dollaz is preparing for a busy year ahead, helping build momentum with a new Uncle Luke-directed visual for his Future-assisted track, "One of One." The visual juxtaposes trippy edits in a red-lit room with scenes mingling with beautiful ladies.

Trae Tha Truth, "FrFr"

Trae Tha Truth reflects on what's real, spitting his truth from a white Rolls Royce, that just so happens to be moving in reverse, matching the cut's mellow-yet-menacing vibe.

Lil Skies, "Lettuce Sandwich"

Lil Skies knows the sky's the limit, finding new levels of success with every release and creative move. After announcing his first-ever headlining tour, after supporting Lil Uzi Vert on the road, the 19-year-old is celebrating with the greyscale visual for his track, "Lettuce Sandwich."

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