Music Video Roundup: Beyoncé, Jeezy, Somewhere Else, and Rae Sremmurd
French Montana, Majid Jordan, and Juicy J serve as featured guests!
Beyoncé, “All Night”
Previously only available for viewing on Tidal and Apple Music, Bey finally shares the visuals to the closing chapter of her masterful storytelling on Lemonade. The clip reads the word ‘Redemption,’ the last stage of grief, as Beyonce’s spoken word details her grandmother’s recipe of the titular drink (and the matriarch’s legacy and strengths, too) before she faithfully shares her plan to reconcile a broken love. Zendaya and Chloe x Halle make cameos, as does personal footage of Jay Z and Blue.
Jeezy, “Going Crazy” feat. French Montana
Alternating aerial views of city skylines with both rappers flexing in an abandoned warehouse, women, diamond jewelry, and Styrofoam cups get camera time, too.
Somewhere Else, “Move Together” feat. Majid Jordan
A young couple’s sexual experience is made more intimate and less explicit by kaleidoscopic and psychedelic-like CGI graphics.
Rae Sremmurd, “Shake It Fast” feat. Juicy J
This clip is not for the easily-offended or faint of heart if asses are the transgression in-question. But if you like dollar bills, weed, and pool parties, have at it!
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