Dej Loaf, “No Fear”

“I wish to find someone I can just ride or die with.” That’s what Dej Loaf told REVOLT TV inspired her latest funky, feel-good single. And in the visual for the track, Dej travels down a desert road while riding her rolling bed, before viewers get a brief glimpse inside her brain and she’s joined by friends.

Princess Nokia, “G.O.A.T.”

Following her visuals for “Tomboy”—in which she trekked through New York’s Lower East Side—and “Brujas”—where she celebrated both her spiritual and ancestral lineage—comes “G.O.A.T.,” Nokia’s first release for Rough Trade Records. In the clip, she spits and flexes while riding through NYC in bright red three-wheeler.

The Killers, “The Man”

As the band‘s first album single since 2012’s “Here With Me,” frontman Brandon Flowers takes on several cliche stereotypes of masculinity, shooting guns, grilling meat, lifting weights, obsessing over motocross, gambling, taking shots, flirting with women, and more.