Juicy J, “Ballin” feat. Kanye West

Taking the song’s title quite literally, the visual splices shots of an intense local basketball game (complete with fire-blazing backboard, mind you) with scenes of the two rappers flexing in a warehouse in watching cream-colored fits. Kanye’s been reduced to the chorus, ad libs, and echoes but at least he looks like he’s enjoying himself. Watch the full clip on Tidal.

Flume, “Say It” feat. Tove Lo

A most stylish astronaut floats and flips along an ever-shifting and -tilting paneled platform like a gravity-defying acrobat before meeting her much-shinier match.

Moses Sumney, “Lonely World”

Like looking through a kaleidoscope, five cloned and fetal-positioned bodies mirror each other beautifully and, uh, nakedly.

Tsu Surf, “Set It Off” feat. AR-AB

Tsu Surf and AR-AB bridge the gap between Newark and Philadelphia with the latest visual, trading off raw stories of their respective upbringings.

Years & Years, “Meteorite”

Dressed as sparkly (and backless) as a figure skater, Olly Alexander emphatically moves through brightly-colored orange and blue rooms before ultimately ending up in a gritty gray underground, now flanked by more friends than he began with.

Mr. Oizo, “All Wet”

Mr. Oizo walks us through his entire upcoming EP, All Wet, by stringing together snippets with visuals that include Flying Lotus dressed as Skrillex, a rubber Donald Trump (a la Kanye’s “Famous” effigy), a saxophone being doused by a water-spewing video camera, and his signature puppet Flat Eric.