Jun 10 2012
Here is the best new music videos from the second week of June. Check out the videos below and click more to see the top videos from the week after the cut.
Avicii has released the video to his house anthem, Silhouettes. The video has a similar look to his previous video and prior to it’s release had a screenshot from the video released every day up till the release of the video.
Someone has decided to mash up snippets from Barrack Obama’s speeches to have him sing Call Me Maybe. It’s kind of short, but it’s still cool to see Obama “sing” the number one song in America right now.
The video for the first song from rapper producer Hit-Boy which features cameos from Jay-Z, Kanye West, Big Sean, A$AP Rocky, Frank Ocean, Tyler The Creator along with many other big name artists.
The video for Boston rapper Sammy Adams single, Only One. Boston’s Boy has been able to deliver good singles, but hasn’t really impressed me with an entire release filled with good songs other than his singles.
U.K. rapper Chip has released a net video to his remix to the street anthem Cashin Out which is a warmup track for his first release in the states, the London Boy mixtape. I prefer his version to the original since I can’t understand what is being said in the original. T.I. can be seen in the background throughout the video since Chip is now part of T.I.’s team and Chip’s signature laugh can be heard a few times in the song. The song delivers some great lines like: “On my George W. Bush, I don’t f*ck with you n***as, I go blind on the beat, but I still see the paper” and a Jeremy Lin reference: ”pop up like Lin n**ga all I do is ball”.
The first video from the upcoming G.O.O.D. Music compilation album, Cruel Summer. The video isn’t really impressive and takes place in a garage with panoramic cameras. The video is in black and white for Mercy which is not a song which I’m a fan of. “Swerve”
Stalley was mad earlier this week that the video for Mercy and Jay-Z interview were getting talked about more than his new video which he thinks was up to par with Hit-Boy’s and G.O.O.D. Music’s videos. Stalley’s video I think was better than the video for Mercy, but not better than the video from Hit-Boy. Stalley’s video does make cool use out of gold as objects in the background are all turned into gold in his visual.
Machine Gun Kelly has released the video for his song Invincible which even though I don’t like Machine Gun Kelly is a song from him which I think is alright, mainly because of the hook from Ester Dean.
The video for Sean Kingston’s newest single, Back 2 Life Ft. T.I. which isn’t that good of a video.
Timeflies continues releasing a new video every Tuesday, this time releasing a video of a remix of the theme song for the HBO show Game Of Thrones in an ode to the season finale of the show last week. The song has too much dubstep in it for me, so I didn’t really like the song.
A new video from A$AP Rocky for a song which I didn’t really like from A$AP.
A video from Curren$y for a song off of his new album which drops this week. I’ll have an album review up this week for the album which really surprised me. I hate 2 Chainz who is featured on this song, but I have started to like Curren$y after hearing his newest album.
The video for 50 Cent’s All His Love off of The Lost Tapes. The video is basically just an advertisement for his products along with a lot of girls.
The video for an R&B track from Robin Thicke.
A new video from Meek Mill which shows him and Fabolous performing and celebrating in a club.