Music Video Roundup: SiR, Sonny Digital, Kash Doll, Bali Baby, Molly Brazy, LEAH x Cuban Doll
Romance, feminine energy and paradise.
While currently on tour with his TDE labelmates, SiR has chosen to celebrate this next chapter by way of releasing a whimsical destination visual for his track “D’Evils.” With the direction of Karena Evans, the video shares a thoughtful and romantic look into young love utilizing two different lenses and incorporating a mixture of Super 8 and Hi-Definition Film.
Sonny Digital, “We On”
Although best known for his talents behind the boards, Sonny Digital continues to branch out musically, with his latest showcasing his skills as a vocalist. For the stylistically experimental visual, the ATL artist takes it to the street and roams around the city in a drop top.
Molly Brazy, “Like That”
Molly Brazy, who fans can check live at this year’s Rolling Loud Miami, set to take place next weekend (May 11-13), has shared her latest, a fiery new visual that matches the track’s spitfire nature with ease.
LEAH, “Crackin’” feat. Cuban Doll
R&B newcomer LEAH has recruited Cuban Doll, with their collaboration doubling as the fast-rising rhyme-singer’s first music video. During the visual accompanying the downtempo cut, LEAH and Cuban Doll spark one in a red-lit backstage area and enjoy the laidback vibe with some friends.
Bali Baby, “Few Things”
Atlanta newcomer Bali Baby has shared the visual for her new single, “Few Things,” which features the rapper expressing what goes through one’s mind during and following a difficult breakup, a theme she is set to further explore on her forthcoming debut album, Baylor Swift. The Damien Aku-visual features a range of pastel filters and emotive scenes from a hotel room
Kash Doll, “Check”
For her video for “Check,” which appears on her Brat Mail mixtape, Kash Doll recruits her squad to celebrate living the good life atop a yacht. With Cubans, champagne and the open sea at their disposal, life is good indeed.
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