Skepta Channels his Inner Fela Kuti in “Pure Water” Video

Grime lord Skepta, has finally unleashed the official video for his self-produced banger “Pure Water”. The new predominantly black-and-white visuals see the North London rapper with Nigerian heritage serving cold bars while channeling his inner Fela Kuti with the face art and a bunch of beautiful African women that could be likened to Fela’s queens. Wizkid also made a cameo appearance in the video.

Hit the play button above to watch the official “Pure Water” video, and proceed here to download the track.

Meek Mill Drops Video for “Dangerous” featuring Jeremih & PnB Rock

Meek Mill has just released the official video for “Dangerous” featuring PnB Rock and Jeremih. The song serves as the lead single taken off the Philly rapper’s EP Legends Of The Summer, which is his first project since getting released from prison in April.

The Kid Art-directed visuals see Meek Mill all swanked up doing the regular, with a lot of ice, scantily clad women, stacks of money, and luxury goods. Jeremih and PnB Rock delivered their respective verses in a black-and-white setting.

Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy.

Wizkid & Tiwa Savage Get Cozy in “Fever” Official Video

Wizkid has officially released the highly anticipated music video for his newly-released single “Fever”. The Meji Alabi-directed visuals see Starboy and Roc Nation’s Tiwa Savage getting intimate and living their best lives at beautiful beach-side location.

“Fever” will appear on Wizkid’s forthcoming Made In Lagos EP, which will reportedly precede a new project named after his son, Zion. Hit the play button above and enjoy the video.

Watch: Skepta x Wizkid – Energy (Official Video)

Skepta and Wizkid have finally blessed the fans with the official video to complement their “Energy (Stay Far Away)” track which released back in June. For this video, the duo decided to take the positive vibes to Lagos, Nigeria, to showcase its beautiful people, culture, and scenery. Along with his BBK crew, Skepta can be seen rocking his upcoming Nike Air Max Deluxe SK collaboration in addition to his Mains label. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy.

Burna Boy Pays Homage to Fela Kuti in Official “Ye” Visual

Burna Boy has finally blessed his fans with the highly anticipated visual for his top-charting track “Ye,” taken from his Outside album which released in January. The Clarence Peters-directed visual sees the Afro-Fusion artist having a good time with this friends, while keeping it swanky in some fashionable garments, a nice Bentley Continental GT, and some pretty women. Most importantly, the crisp video finds the Atlantic Records artist paying homage to the legendary Fela Kuti, by performing in front of a mural of him, as well as moonwalking and waving a massive flag with the Afrobeat legend’s face on it.

Speaking to The FADER about the inspiration behind the music video, Burna Boy said: “Ye is a song that essentially shows the unrelenting nature of Nigerians (where I’m from). We thrive despite the leadership and circumstances. Everyone has big dreams that logically may or may not be achieved; Aspiring to have a Bentley, g-wagon regardless of their current situation.”

Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy the video.

Watch: Wale – Black Bonnie (Official Video) ft. Jacquees

Wale has unveiled the visual treatment to his Jacquees-assisted single, “Black Bonnie.” Directed by Yasha Gruben, the video sees the Washington, D.C. rapper in various scenes throughout history, working the Bonnie-and-Clyde narrative into his progressive black love storyline, alongside his love interest played by Ashley Blaine Featherson.

In one scene, Wale takes the throne and celebrates with his queen in a village in Africa. The couple lead the Black Panther movement in another scene, and the video ends with a flashback, as Clyde meets his Bonnie for the first time in a coffee shop.

“Black Bonnie” is a single off Wale’s March EP It’s Complicated.

Watch: Drake – Nonstop (Official Video)

Drake takes it back to the city of London for his latest video for “Nonstop,” from his new album Scorpion. The Theo Skudra-directed black and white visual which just premiered on Apple Music, features footage from Drizzy’s Wireless Festival 2018 performance, and shots of him chilling around different locations in the city of London, in a museum, nightclub, outdoor restaurant, and riding on a double decker bus. Some familiar faces such as Giggs, Michael Dapaah a.k.a. Big Shaq, Quavo, French Montana, and Noah “40” Shebib made a cameo appearance in the video as well.

Watch: 6LACK – Switch (Official Video)

6LACK has just shared the official video to his recent single, “Switch.” The Rohan Blair-Mangat-directed video finds the singer reflecting on his life and past decisions, after a motorcycle accident. The video also showcases a mix of intimate footage of 6LACK starting out in music, cutting his hair, performing on stage, and more. Hit the play button above to watch the video.

Watch: Khalid – OTW (Official Video) ft. 6LACK, Ty Dolla $ign

Khalid has unveiled the official video to “OTW” – a collaborative song with 6lack and Ty Dolla $ign. The Calmatic-directed visual features the trio singing and stepping in matching orange bomber jackets, while coordinating to rendezvous with their love interests at a block party, reminiscent of an all-male R&B group in the ’90s. From the video credit style, to the actual visual aesthetic, communication devices, cars, and fashion, “OTW” video brings back that good memory of the ’90s era. Hit the play button above to watch the video.

Kojey Radical Unveils ‘Water’ Visual Featuring Mahalia

London rapper and poet Kojey Radical combines his latest musical releases in his first visual release of the year, in the form of a short film titled Water. The captivating nine-minute visual, directed by MOS Popular Human, started off with an introduction from Michaela Coel, followed by “If Only,” then his latest single titled “Water” which features rising Birmingham singer-songwriter Mahalia. The clip showcases the depth of Kojey’s artistic vision, as well as a strong view of his exploration of issues like gender roles.

The visual was released alongside the following statement from Kojey: “I was luckily enough to be raised by a family of strong females – Craig, my director, also – and we wanted to make a visual that was heavy on representation not only just for women but also to create and elaborate on conversations on black masculinity.”

Kojey Radical has also shared plans for a full UK tour, which kicks-off in Ireland on November 12, 2018. On the tour dates, the artist says: “I’ve been dreaming of this tour for quite sometime because it gives me the chance to really connect with new supports and take them on this journey with me. I’ve always said I wanted to retire as one of the greatest live performers of all time. This is a window into that legacy.”

Listed below, is Kojey Radical’s ‘CAN I SPEAK’ UK Tour dates:

November, 2018
Nov 12 – Dublin, Ireland – Dublin Academy Green Room
Nov 14 – Manchester, UK – Gorilla
Nov 15 – Birmingham, UK – 02 Academy 2
Nov 16 – Leeds, UK – Belgrave Music Hall
Nov 18 – Bristol, UK – Thekla
Nov 20 – London, UK – Koko

For tickets to the latest Kojey Radical shows click here.