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PRESS PLAY | Drake, Patoranking, Baloji… 5 music videos you need to watch this week


This week we got some brand new heat from Patoranking as he levitates in the video for “Available” and also a special vintage clip from Belgian-Congolese rapper Baloji. Here are the 5 music videos you need to watch this week !


Patoranking – Available

Late last year, Patoranking released his last single “Available”, his very own spin at South African house subgenre on the rise, qgom. The track just makes you want to stand up and dance, so it’s no surprise that the music video features a crew of great dancers. You’ll love the desert part in which Patoranking starts levitating. Another great work from Clarence Peters.

BlocBoy JB & Drake – Look Alive

Drake was recently shooting a music video in a high school in Miami for his number on hit “God’s Pan” but before that it looks like he linked up with Memphis rapper BlocBoy JB for a low budget video with local youth in a gymnasium and in a club. Street credibilidy level on 100.

Falz – Way ft. Wande Coal

Falz and Wande Coal are stuck in a futuristic decor in that new video full of flashy lights and kids wearing VR glasses. A boxer practicing his sport and other random people with no faces. We don’t really know what is the point of the whole video and as the end suggests it will probably remain unsolved.

Calvin Harris – Nuh Ready Nuh Ready ft. PARTYNEXTDOOR

Remember those ugly late 80’s/early 90’s music videos with weird VHS special effects ? Well it looks like Calvin Harris and PARTYNEXTDOOR are still fans of that era as they shot the video for their single “Nuh Ready” in that fashion. We must admit it’s kind of wavy to us !


Baloji – Soleil de Volt

Talking about taking it back to the old school… Belgian-Congolese artist Baloji dropped the video for the first single off his upcoming  album 137 Avenue Kaniama due March 23. The clip is a tribute to 70’s live music and it features the rapper and his band as Ndoki & L’ African Balzac AllStars. “Soleils de Volt”, the track, starts as a funk track before turning into some sort of deep house cut reminiscent of British producer Lone‘s work.

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