Mac Miller, “My Favorite Part” feat. Ariana Grande

The real-life couple play apartment neighbors in this split-screen clip that sees the two lust after one another while remaining on the respective sides of their shared wall–that is, until they metaphorically drown and one makes a move.

Jeremih, “London” feat. Stefflon Don and Krept & Konan

Jeremih hits the titular town and recruits London’s own Stefflon Don and Krept & Konan (all by way of Jamaica) for the dancehall-tinged banger. The foursome rides the city’s streets and gets down in an abandoned and neon-lit parking lot.

Mick Jenkins, “Spread Love”

Upon recently touring Europe with Noname, Mick’s latest home movie-style visual shows his on-stage, off-stage, and behind-the-scenes antics and everyday life.

Ab-Soul, “Raw (Backwards)”

During a smoky, dimly lit, and tightly-packed performance, Ab-Soul and his band hop on the bed of an illuminated classic car to deliver hard bars as the crowd throws three fingers up to show love to TDE’s HiiiPower movement.

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