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Video Roundup 11/5/17

Video Roundup 11/5-11/11

This week’s roundup is fairly pop heavy with a lot of new videos dropping from big name pop stars like Ed Sheeran, Jennifer Lopez, and Harry Styles. With Harry Styles dropping a surprisingly enjoyable classic rock infused new single, “Kiwi.” The video doesn’t make a ton of sense but it’s decent fun. Marshmello goes full animated for his latest single, “You & Me”, Ed Sheeran goes on a suuuuper sappy ski trip for “Perfect”, and Kimbra (who I never heard of before this) had maybe my favorite new release of the week with “Top of the World.” Such a strange mix of pop, rap, and almost tribal like chanting make it almost hypnotic.

On the hip-hop side of things, I got introduced to a new artist in Pell and his instantly ear worm new single “chirpin’.” That beat really goes and the video’s aesthetics and imagery are perfect. Cam’ron is finally back with with super charisma and a dope flip of a classic. And Gucci revisits Mr. Davis with an expectedly (and literally) dark video for his latest collab with The Weeknd. Check out everything I rounded up below and let me know what you thought about the videos.

Torii Wolf – Moscow

Kimbra – Top of the World

Ed Sheeran – Perfect

Gucci Mane – Curve (ft. The Weeknd)

Pell – chirpin’

G-Eazy – The Plan

Jennifer Lopez – Amor, Amor, Amor ft. Wisin

Jason Derulo – Tip Toe feat. French Montana

Liam Payne – Bedroom Floor

Marshmello – You & Me

Nothing But Thieves – Particles

Foster The People – Sit Next to Me

Harry Styles – Kiwi

Cam’ron – Lean

What’d you think about this week’s videos? Which ones were your favorites? Did I miss any that I should check out? Let me know in the comments below and be sure to subscribe to stay up with all the new content.

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