Jhene Aiko, “Never Call Me”

Playing the Shinto goddess of creation and death, Aiko preps, in dramatic fashion, for the funeral of an ex-lover.

**Jhene Aiko, “Never Call Me (Slauson Hills Edition)”

In her second visual for the same track, Aiko heads to her home of Slauson Hills where she recruits a handful of famous friends including Nipsey Hussle, Lauren London, Hit Boy, and more to send a message to that ex: she’s got back-up.

Wale, “Staying Power”

Wale heads home to D.C. where he picks his lady up from the airport in a drop-top, hits the club, raps in front of a mural of himself and, overall, flexes.

A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, “No Promises”

After sitting at a piano with a pen and a pad, contemplating his next lyrics, A Boogie hits London, an ice lounge and the streets.

Oyabun, “Trip”

Shot in Toronto, “Trip” is the perfect representation of the mind after a breakup. He’s lost in a haze and constantly turning different directions, leaving you wondering which way is up (literally) and wondering “if I run through your mind still.”