Flexin' sees Rejjie Snow return to his hometown of Dublin in Jamie Delaney's unflinchingly sinister joyride.
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Cape Town director Rob Smith returns to music videos and brings the craft of several years making award-winning ads to bear on this alluring piece of work for rapper PHFAT and Mac Motel.
It's a sticky day by the pool when PHFAT reflects nostalgically upon his lost teen years and past crushes - symbolised by the gamine girl in a swimsuit. But as it turns out this is no ordinary pool.
Open Mike Eagle gets a bit Larry Sanders Show in his new video by Nicholas Weidner.
Doc Brown gets back to hiphop, without quite giving up on the comedy, in Shawn Butcher's watchable promo for Corruptible.
There's certainly an old school vibe about Doc hanging with his homeys, and visual trickery as he also hangs out with his versions of himself. And as you might expect it flips between seriousness and tongue-in-cheekness. With even a smidgeon of East 17 in there?
Iggy Azalea goes for a marathon twerking session with her homegirls in downtown Tokyo in Lil Internet's video for Mo Bounce.
Carlos Lopez Estrada's winning streak of simple continuous-take visual collaborations with Clipping. gets another installment with 'True Believer'.
Having taken to directing TV like a duck to water with Atlanta - and helped the show to a couple of Emmys in its first season - Hiro Murai returns to music videos to reassert his mastery of the medium for hiphop legends A Tribe Called Quest.
A stream of imaginative, beautifully executed setups grace Kendrick Lamar's return with Humble, directed by Dave Meyers and The Little Homies (Kendrick himself and his label boss Dave Free).