It's been almost an entire year with no new Childish Gambino outside of the epic "Sweatpants" music video released back in January.
Well today a new music video from Childish Gambino has surfaced, for his 2012 collaboration "Tell Me" with Heems (Das Racist). What's interesting is that neither artist has aknowledged the video yet.
The song "Tell Me" was from Heems mixtape Wild Water Kingdom, and no video was ever released. As we see both rappers, it's obvious that it was produced, but never finished.
We are treated to a black and white music video showing Childish and Heems in a hotel room with a variety of girls drinking a lot of champagne.
Childish Gambino – "Tell Me" ft. Heems (Das Racist) (Unreleased Music Video)
Hold on to your sense of reality folks! After teasing us with short clips for the last month, producer extraordinaire Skrillex delivers one of his craziest music video's to date.
The OWSLA chief teamed up with infamous creative director ROBOTO on a trippy visual presentation for the song "Ease My Mind". In full anime mode, the series imaginative storyline details love, heartache, some killer fight scenes displayed with eye-popping graphics.
Without reveling too much, it looks like their will be a continuation of the story at some point. until now, watch that well-orchestrated video for one of Skrillex's biggest tunes from his Recess album now! Enjoy
SKRILLEX -JOSHO- Ease My Mind Film Clip
Kygo recently dropped off his latest single which was released as an instrumental simply titled "ID" earlier this year as the Ultra anthem, then Ella Henderson's vocals were added and it was released as his latest single "Here For You" which we can expect is from his anticipated debut album.
Well he's just brought the single to life with an official music video that features Kygo himself as the main star of the video. We see Kygo playing piano in a dark room with a collection of attractive females dancing and partying around him. He seems unimpressed simply focusing on playing out the piano line adding a milked comical flare to the relatively serious video. Enjoy!
Kygo – Here For You Ft. Ella Henderson (Music Video)
When we look back on the summer of 2015 down the road, one of the first songs that will likely come to mind is Jamie XX, Young Thug, and Popcaan’s iconic “I Know There’s Gonna Be (Good Times).” Now we get the visuals to reminisce on one of the biggest songs of the year as the Rollo Jackson directed video brings a high quality cinematography to the future classic.
The video shows off summertime bliss as women are seen hanging around and swimming in a pool while the album’s bright colorway is subtly depicted. Thugger can be seen fashionably dancing around as Jamie lays down a club set and Popcaan sings from a rooftop. This video will keep your summertime mood going strong into the fall as the aerial shots, green aesthetic, and rooftop hanging evokes warm emotions.
Jamie XX – I Know There's Gonna Be (Good Times) ft. Young Thug & Popcaan | iTunes
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