Janelle Monáe's latest video scales back on the pussy-powered visual humour of the last one for Pynk. Instead, Lacey Duke's video for I Like That relies upon some classic, seriously well art directed set-ups, all designed to accentuate the Monáe's extraordinary and ravishing beauty.
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Grant Singer's latest video for The Weeknd gets more epic and enigmatic as it goes along.
JGrrey sways between a carefree, childlike mindset and the realisation that adulthood is growing upon her in Anna Radchenko charming video for Growing.
Imagery reminiscent of youth and symbolisms of growth are depicted throughout the video, beautifully transitioning between both as the JGrrey sings nostalgic lyrics of a coming-of-age tale.
Just ahead of the release of "Dirty Computer" - an emotion picture, Janelle Monáe's video for PYNK is a pussy-powered treat.
Papaya Films's director Milo Blake teams up with North London artist Tahir for the release of his new single Get Mine/Golden Ticket, creating entrancing, surreal and slightly disconcerting visuals. The video fuses an urban abandoned location, surrealist fairy tale lighting and contemporary, emotional choreography for Get Mine.
Ali Kurr's second video for Poppy Ajudha – the first was nominated at the UKMVAs last year - is an intimate portrait of the London singer, where the daily business of life and the creative impulse overlap.
Shot on 16mm by Spike Morris, the grit and grime of London life drift away when Poppy is submerged, or just in the performance zone.
John Newman goes back to his Yorkshire roots, and shows his true mettle, in Ozzie Pullin's impressive video for Fire In Me.
Filmed in Hull, this starts out in a boxing gym, where the sparring match that follows suggests that Newman is on the road to a big title in the ring. But Pullin's video defies expectations, and ends up showing him in a far more impressive light.
Kelela has got together with the Spanish-born, London-based digital artist Claudia Maté to create this superb animation inspired by The Sims videogame.