Music Video Roundup: Rick Ross, Laura Mvula, Daniel Caesar, and Stefflon Don
Tributes to Atlanta, the Fugees, the Doors, and more.
Rick Ross, “Buy Back the Block” feat. Gucci Mane and 2 Chainz
Ross and Gucci play disgruntled car washers who decide to take their power back and buy the business (and the block while they’re at it). The trio (and Meek Mill) hit Atlanta’s streets, outside a convenience store and alongside the city’s residents.
Laura Mvula, “Ready or Not”
Based on the title, the song is exactly what you think — a nod to the iconic Fugees song of the same name. This vibrant video transports Mvula to the ‘60s for a groovy, kaleidoscopic dance party.
Daniel Caesar, “Get You” feat. Kali Uchis
An homage to a ’60s performance of The Doors on Canadian music show The Rock Scene: Like It Is, Caesar (backed by BADBADNOTGOOD but with no Kali Uchis in sight) sings and rolls around on stage in front of hanging chandeliers and a young crowd that watches on in adoration but is also engulfed in one another, kissing, smoking, and sipping from red Solo cups.
Stefflon Don, “Real Ting”
It’s an all-girls mansion party in UK grime artist Stefflon Don’s new video, as she puts a glam, Lil Kim-inspired spin on Young M.A’s banger “OOOUUU.” While the track sounds familiar, Don, featured in REVOLT’s special What’s That Sound? London, is totally original and poised to be a breakout star in the international hip-hop scene.
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