Post Malone, “Psycho” featuring Ty Dolla $ign

Post Malone and Ty Dolla $ign’s “Psycho” has been dominating the airwaves and the charts alike, going on to hit the No. 2 slot on the Billboard Hot 100. To celebrate the song’s successes and keep the momentum going, the pair has shared a new visual. The cinematic clip begins with a ride across the desert in a military tank and ends at a junkyard-esque scene that erupts in flames.

H.E.R., “Focus”

H.E.R.’s new visual takes fans through a different kind of relationship goals, one that includes lightheartedly playing games and being fed Chinese food by one’s significant other. The track “Focus” originally appears on 2016’s H.E.R. Vol. 1, as well as was included on 2017’s H.E.R. Vol. 2: The B Sides.

Prezi, “Rat Too” featuring Lil Blood

An emerging talent from the West Coast, Prezi began garnering the attention of fans with his breakout single “Do Better,” which arrived after he beat a murder case based on self-defense. Now, with a newfound focus on his music, he has released a new visual for his track “Rat Too,” which denounces snitching (shouts to Killa Cam) and features Lil Blood.

Slim Slater, “Robin Hood”

Cleveland rapper Slim Slater has shared the first track off his forthcoming mixtape, Tiny Rick, which is slated for a spring release. For the visual accompanying “Robin Hood,” Slim Slater can be found posted up in front of his studio setup, with trippy editing affects helping create a world of his own, one that he refers to as “Crypto Trap.”

Fijimacintosh, “Wintertime Nights”

At only 16 years old, Fijimacintosh has gotten an impressive head start on discovering an aesthetic entirely and uniquely his own. For his latest, “Wintertime Nights,” the visual does a brilliant job of showcasing a glimpse into his creative mind, full of references to Tumblr culture and anime.