Music Video Roundup: Miguel, G-Eazy x Halsey, Demi Lovato x Jesse Williams
On the first day of December, these artists gave to us…
Along with his fourth studio album War & Leisure, Miguel has also dropped the visual for its acoustic, politically-charged cut “Now” today. The clip follows the singer as he visits Adelanto, Calif., home to the largest immigrant prison in the state, and performs the track at a free music festival. It also includes interviews with activists and footage made from the singer himself.
G-Eazy, “Him & I” ft. Halsey
Following last week’s release of “Summer in December,” a track from G-Eazy’s upcoming The Beautiful & Damned LP (December 15), comes the visual for “Him & I.” Under a vintage VHS-style filter, the real-life couple and self-dubbed “2017 Bonnie & Clyde,” take on New York City together, riding subways, taking taxis, playing pool, eating pizza, taking shots, cooking, performing and more.
Demi Lovato, “Tell Me You Love Me”
Jesse Williams is no stranger to music videos considering he just appeared in JAY-Z’s recently-released clip for “Legacy,” and now the actor and activist has been recruited by DJ Khaled’s soon-to-be touring partner, Demi Lovato. In the visual, the two play an engaged couple burdened by volatile mistrust. They decide to head to the altar anyway, but not without a twist.
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