Music Video Roundup: Kehlani, Goldlink, and Young Paris
Visuals that recall the 90s, 70s, and a NIKE ad.
With brightly color-coded rooms that recall Lil Kim’s “Crush On You” and Destiny’s Child’s “Say My Name” visuals, Kehlani sports four different looks, ‘dos, and personas, but all for the same man.—Danielle Cheesman
Goldlink, “Fall In Love” feat. Cisero
Do the Electric Slide with Goldlink in this house party straight outta the ‘70s. Everyone looks righteous, but the “black n-gga with a neck tat” insists he’s staying out of trouble, because falling in love with him would be bad for everybody.—Driadonna Roland
Young Paris, “No Weakness”
In his first video since being signed to Roc Nation, African-born EDM artist Young Paris directs the visual for his song “No Weakness.” It looks like one intense NIKE ad that’ll make you want to just do it, and if you listen closely you’ll recognize the voice of Demarjay “Strength, No Weakness” Smith (a.k.a. the 9-year-old trainer who raced Usain Bolt thanks to the Ellen show).—D.R.