Hip-Hop & Soul N°395 – 2010s Music Videos

6ix9ine, NSG, Anderson .Paak, Lil Baby & Gunna, Dave, Natalie La Rose, Tion Wayne, Dappy, Juice WRLD, AJ Tracey, Summer Walker, Travis Scott

They are the performers of twelve hip-hop, soul, etc. tracks that ranked in various charts, this week (41/52) BUT … in the Tens 2010s.

Here, they are reunited in one glorious playlist. Enjoy!

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Hip-Hop & Soul N°395 – 2010s Music Videos

For TWELVE more Hip-Hop & Soul – 2010s Music Videos – week 41/52 – click here

Tracklist

1 . 6ix9ine – Stoopid (w/ Bobby Shmura)

‘Shoutout my apes in the fuckin’ zoo (Filayo)’
Produced by Tay Keith and DJ Lethal, “Stoopid” by 6ix9ine is a collaboration with then incarcerated rapper Bobby Shmurda. The accompanying video, directed by Trifedrew, William Asher, and TheDonCanon, captures 6ix9ine’s Dubai escapades, from speeding in a colorful Ferrari to desert adventures.
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Featured on the 2018 album “Dummy Boy”.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

2 . NSG – Trust Issues

Known for various acronyms like “No Sleep Gang” or “Never Stop Growing,” NSG is a six-member British afroswing collective from East London of Ghanaian and Nigerian descent. Their track “Trust Issues,” produced by Legendury Beatz, showcases feel-good music on a laid-back beat, affirming their signature vibe with the phrase “Drip is confirmed.”
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Lyrics >> More by the same : Instagram

3 . Anderson .Paak – Tints (w/ Kendrick Lamar)

Set against a bouncy 80s boogie-influenced beat, “Tints” by Anderson .Paak featuring Kendrick Lamar talks about cruising LA with tinted windows. With notable cameos from Dr. Dre and the grim reaper lurking in the background, the music video, directed by Collin Tilley, unfolds with an Edgar Allan Poe quote, exploring the dichotomy of perception.
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Featured on the 2018 album “Oxnard”.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

4 . Lil Baby & Gunna – Close Friends

‘Even if we never speak again’
Lil Baby’s collaborative track with Gunna “Close Friends” narrates a painful breakup. Directed by Daps, the music video portrays Lil Baby and his love interest, Jayda Cheaves, sharing their time between romantic moments in a picturesque Parisian backdrop and the harsh realities of splitting.
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Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

5 . Dave – Funky Friday (w/ Fredo)

‘Me and bro just shut down Gucci’
Dave who handles the production and Fredo’s “Funky Friday” exhibits a compelling anthem vibe. Co-directed by Dave and Nathan James Tettey, the music video showcases the duo’s lavish lifestyle and fashion tastes.
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Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

6 . Natalie La Rose – Around The World (w/ Fetty Wap)

‘You know the Language my body talks’
Produced by Max Martin, Natalie La Rose’s “Around The World” featuring Fetty Wap, is an electro-house track that portrays a fervent, boundless love. The music video is choreographed by Casper Smart and directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
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Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

7 . Tion Wayne – 2 On 2 (w/ Jay1)

‘Let me show you a thing or two’
With “2 On 2” featuring Jay1, British drill rapper and DJ Tion Wayne leaves for a moment, his dynamic UK drill and underground grime style to venture into a smoother realm and a soothing R&B beat.
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Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

8 . Dappy – All We Know

Produced by Swan Sounds, “All We Know” by London-based artist Dappy comes with a music video, directed by Gabriella Kingsley, Vash & Dappy and featuring a cameo by Dappy’s N-Dubz ex-colleague, Fazer.
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Lyrics >> More by the same : Instagram

9 . Juice WRLD – Bandit (w/ Youngboy Never Broke Again)

‘I don’t need no molly to be savage, uh, ayy’
Featuring catchy lyrics about bold love escapades, “Bandit” is a collaboration, produced by Nick Mira, between Juice WRLD and NBA YoungBoy. The music video, directed by Cole Bennett and set in an alligator-filled swamp in Baton Rouge, merges real shots with sketched crossfades.
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Featured on the 2019 album “Death Race for Love”.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Twitter

10 . AJ Tracey – Cat Pack

Co-directed with Hamish Stephenson, the music video for AJ Tracey’s track “Cat Pack,” produced by the duo Take A Daytrip, features a playful gathering in Tracey’s apartment with friends dressed as iconic characters like Cookie Monster and Woody, and culminates with Tracey transforming into the Cat in the Hat.
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Featured on the 2019 album “AJ Tracey”.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

11 . Summer Walker – Stretch You Out (w/ A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie)

‘Can’t you see I’m fucking trying?’
Produced by her boyfriend London On Da Track, R&B artist Summer Walker’s sultry single “Stretch You Out” features A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. The accompanying music video taps into Walker’s past as an exotic dancer, flaunting her pole skills.
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Featured on the 2019 album “Over It”.

Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Instagram

12 . Travis Scott – Highest In The Room

‘I got room in my fumes (Yeah)’
Produced by OZ and Nik D, “Highest in the Room” by Travis Scott subtly touches on his recent breakup with Kylie Jenner. It comes accompanied by a futuristic music video directed by Dave Meyers, where Travis navigates a dystopian city and ends in a rooftop battle.
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Lyrics >> Review >> More by the same : Official Site

For THE FULL HIP-HOP & SOUL COLLECTION click here

NB . You may wonder what are these “Quotes” attached to certain photos above. Well! For a specific song, we select a still image from the video on one side and choose a lyric from the song on the other side. We ensure that the lyric has a connection to the image, although sometimes the connection may be far-fetched or based on a double entendre, creating a humorous or meme-like combination when the two are merged together. Et voilà!

Rap Quotes • Shoutout my apes in the fuckin’ zoo (Filayo) (6ix9ine) • Even if we never speak again (Lil Baby & Gunna ) • Me and bro just shut down Gucci (Dave) • You know the Language my body talks (Natalie La Rose) • Let me show you a thing or two (Tion Wayne) • I don’t need no molly to be savage, uh, ayy (Juice WRLD) • Can’t you see I’m fucking trying? (Summer Walker) • I got room in my fumes (Yeah) (Travis Scott)

Music-wise : Afrobeats, Emo Rap, Grime, Hip Hop, Melodic Rap, R&B, Rap, Trap

This week Top 20 in HipHop & Soul on RVM *

(*) According to our own statistics, upadted on July 14, 2024

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