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Music Video Roundup: Ty Dolla $ign x Future x Swae Lee, Logic x Marshmello, Travis Scott x Quavo, Marlon Craft

Perspective, parody and partying.

Ty Dolla $ign, "Don't Judge Me," feat. Future and Swae Lee

Ty Dolla $ign, who celebrated his 33rd birthday this past weekend (April 13), is keeping the party going, today (April 17) releasing the accompanying video for his collaboration with Future and Swae Lee. Side note: talk about squad goals. The visual helps bring the lyrics to life (as a proper music video should), with the storyline following a slew of individuals who work in a variety of creative fields, including as an exotic dancer, barber and tattoo artist.

Logic, Marshmello, "Everyday"

As exemplified by their latest collaboration together, Logic and Marshmello's chemistry together is not exclusive to just the studio. In a new short film to accompany their track "Everyday," the unlikely pair escape the monotony of office life, drawing inspiration from the cult classic film, Office Space.

Travis Scott, Quavo, "Black & Chinese"

On the heels of a successful joint release, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho, Travis Scott and Quavo have shared another visual off the project accompanying the standout track, "Black & Chinese." During the cinematic clip, which features edits in black and white with contrasting yellow, the pair not-so-subtly flex while surrounded, naturally, by beautiful women.

Marlon Craft, "Friends"

Fresh off a tour run with Dizzy Wright, fast-rising New York rapper Marlon Craft has shared his latest, with his emotive track "Friends" showcasing the peace of mind that can come with deep, and often difficult, introspection. In a statement to OkayPlayer, the Hell's Kitchen native shares that the video is about "being enough for yourself. The mind is a really powerful thing and it's its own maze. You really gotta explore and make maps and shit if you wanna conquer your inclinations and understand yourself. So it's all about the willingness to do internal work and watch yourself think and be."

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