Quality Control x Quavo x Nicki Minaj, “She For Keeps”

Quality Control has shared a new visual for Quavo’s Nicki Minaj-assisted “She For Keeps,” which appears on the label’s recent 30-track star-studded compilation album, Control The Streets Vol. 1. The official music video, which was originally an Apple Music exclusive, is now available to the masses, with the neon-tinged video showcasing the duo posing as a couple and paying more attention to their conversation (i.e. Nicki’s bars) than their milkshakes and fries.

Stalley, “Squattin’”

MMG’s Stalley returns with a fresh new visual accompanying his track, “Squattin’”, which appears on his new EP, Tell The Truth Shame the Devil, during which the Ohio native can be seen detailing his come-up and exploring the city at night (while driving a luxury vehicle, of course).

Lil Baby, “All Of a Sudden” featuring Moneybagg Yo

Lil Baby is one artist to keep an eye on this year, with the Atlanta rapper making all sorts of moves and tirelessly grinding to expand his fanbase. For his latest, “All of a Sudden,” he links with Moneybagg Yo, with the two fast-rising rappers showing off their talents and flexing for the ladies during a laid-back gathering in front of a nondescript brick building.

L’Orange, “The Everyday Illusion”

L’Orange, proudly of Mello Music Group, has paired his track “The Everyday Illusion” with quite the fitting visual, featuring the illustrations of artist Drew Tetz. The music video for the self-produced track, which appears on L’Orange’s The Ordinary Man,” is one that will undeniably appeal to those who appreciate authentic vinyl cracks and vintage imagery.