Headlined by Gunna, whose second album, WUNNA, dropped today, don't miss out on these fresh flicks. 🔥
Gunna – "WUNNA"
In the lead-up to his highly anticipated sophomore effort, WUNNA (an acronym for "Wealthy Unapologetic N***a Naturally Authentic"), Gunna shared the visuals for his latest single matching the album title.
Moving around Montego Bay, Jamaica, Gunna offers effortless, wavy warbles – "Surf, surf, surf, surf" – while getting his deep orange braids twirled by a new female friend. He also FaceTimes Lil Durk while taking a break from recording in his jungle manor.
Polo G – "33"
Premiering as the #1 trending video on YouTube on Sunday, Polo G plays off the hype of The Last Dance with "33," referencing Scottie Pippen's jersey number. Fittingly, the video is also filmed in his hometown of Chicago.
Draped in an eccentric hoodie from his merch collection, Polo G looks back on his tough upbringing – "'Member I was broke, ain't have a dollar, I was stressed out" – and offers a candid look at how it's molded him into a determined, unrelenting artist.
Jaden Smith – "Ninety"
Jaden Smith pours his heart into his videos. "Ninety," which originally appeared on his 2017 SYRE album, is no different as tears stream down his cheeks and blood spews from his mouth.
Filmed among the familiar Western film set, Hollywood hills and cotton candy skies that acted as the backdrop to previous videos like "Fallen" and "George Jeff," Smith frolics with a love interest who "killed him."
Along with this video, Smith dropped a brand new collection of SYRE-inspired merch. His status as a fashion "icon livin'" rose recently after starring alongside Hailey Bieber in a new Levi's campaign.
Dreamville – "Don't Hit Me Right Now feat. Bas, Cozz, Yung Baby Tate, Buddy & Guapdad4000"
You know when assorted members of the crew from Dreamville's legendary Revenge of the Dreamers III sessions get together, it's going to be a good time. This is especially true when each person is coming off their first platinum plaque – ROTD III was certified in March.
This batch of mesmerizing visuals captures Bas, Cozz, Yung Baby Tate, Buddy and Guapdad 4000 trading verses in a shape-shifting utopia. Guap steals the show with his innate dance moves and infectious chorus.