The Latest Hip Hop Music Videos You Need to See

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The latest hip hop music videos you need to see, all in one place. From new artists to established names, we’ve got the freshest visuals for your viewing pleasure.

Cardi B – “Up”

The Latest Hip Hop Music Videos You Need to See
Cardi B – “Up”
Directed by lionized music video director Eif Rivera, “Up” is a star-studded affair. The nearly four-minute video features cameos from Megan Thee Stallion, Kylie Jenner, Mulatto, Rubi Rose, Sukihana, and Normani. Clearly inspired by the work of Hype Williams, the video features a bevy of curvaceous women coupled with over-the-top production values.

Megan Thee Stallion – “Body”

The raunchy new music video from Megan Thee Stallion for her song “Body” has just been released, and it’s already stirring up controversy. The video features the Houston rapper scantily clad and dancing provocatively in a number of different settings, including a strip club and a pool party. Some are praising the empowering message of the video, while others are calling it “soft porn”. Regardless of where you stand, there’s no denying that the video is sure to get people talking.

Saweetie – “Tap In”

Saweetie is known for her catchy songs and pretty face, but in her latest video for “Tap In,” she shows us she’s got some serious choreography skills as well. The music video, which was released on Thursday (July 2), features the rapper in a number of different neon-lit settings, spitting her bars while dancing alongside a squad of backup dancers.

If you’re looking for a new summer anthem, look no further – Saweetie’s “Tap In” is sure to get stuck in your head. Check out the music video below.

Mulatto – “In N Out”

Directed by Xavier Folkson, Mulatto’s “In N Out” music video is a fun, sexy, and colorful visual that features the female rapper telling her man she’s only interested in a one night stand.

The video shows Mulatto in various eye-catching outfits as she flirts with her man and ultimately takes him back to her place for a night of fun. It’s a lighthearted and playful video that perfectly matches the song’s tone.

Doja Cat – “Kiss Me More” ft. SZA

The Latest Hip Hop Music Videos You Need to See: Doja Cat – “Kiss Me More” ft. SZA Watch the official music video for “Kiss Me More” by Doja Cat ft. SZA. Stream “Kiss Me More” on all platforms: Doja Cat …

Lil Nas X – “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)”

The music video for Lil Nas X’s new song “MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name)” was released on March 26, 2021. The video has caused quite a stir, with some people calling it “demonic” and “satanic.”

In the video, Lil Nas X is seen descending into Hell, where he gives the devil a lap dance. He then steals the devil’s horns and wears them as he flies back up to Earth.

Some people have criticized the video for its graphic content and for its supposed promotion of Satanism. However, others have praised the video for its creativity and for Lil Nas X’s openness about his sexuality.

What do you think of the music video? Let us know in the comments!

Polo G – “RAPSTAR”

Polo G continues his hot streak with the visuals for his latest single, “RAPSTAR.”

The track, which dropped last month, finds Polo G reflecting on his place in the rap game and paying homage to some of his biggest inspirations, including Tupac, Biggie, and Nipsey Hussle.

In the video, directed by Mike Ho, we see Polo G performing in front of a burning American flag and rapping in front of a wall of graffiti that reads “RAPSTAR.” Throughout the video, we also see clips of Polo G’s rise to fame, including footage of him performing at sold-out shows and accepting awards.

“RAPSTAR” is the latest single from Polo G’s forthcoming album, Hall of Fame 2, which is set to drop on June 11th.

NLE Choppa – “Walk Em Down” ft. Roddy Ricch

NLE Choppa has dropped the official video for his massive hit single “Walk Em Down” featuring Roddy Ricch. The track, which is produced by TM88 and Internet Money, finds the two young rappers reflecting on their come-up in their respective hoods.

The visual, directed by Midjordan, features Choppa and Ricch posted up in front of a luxurious white Bentley surrounded by their crews. As the clip progresses, we see the duo spitting their verses in front of a burning car and in a casino, among other locations.

“Walk Em Down” is featured on NLE Choppa’s recently released debut album Top Shotta Is A Goon. The project boasts 18 tracks in total and includes guest appearances from Lil Baby, Megan Thee Stallion, rowdyy REBEL and more.

Lil Tjay – “Headshot”

Music video by Lil Tjay performing Headshot.
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Lil Tjay is one of the hottest young rappers in the game right now, and he’s got the music videos to match. His latest visual for “Headshot” is no exception.

The New York native teams up with director Cole Bennett for the cinematic clip, which finds Tjay getting into all sorts of trouble. From getting chased by the police to robbing a bank, Tjay is always on the run in the video.

But despite all the troubles he finds himself in, Tjay always comes out on top in the end. It’s an exciting visual that perfectly matches the energy of the song.

If you’re a fan of Lil Tjay, or just want to see some good hip hop videos, be sure to check out “Headshot” below.

Drake – “Laugh Now Cry Later” ft. Lil Durk

Drake is back with a new music video for “Laugh Now Cry Later” featuring Lil Durk. In the visuals, Drake can be seen working out at Nike headquarters, before joining Lil Durk on the football field for a game of catch. The video also features appearances from Kevin Durant, Odell Beckham Jr., and Marshawn Lynch.

“Laugh Now Cry Later” is the lead single off of Drake’s upcoming album Certified Lover Boy. The album was originally scheduled to be released in January 2021, but was pushed back due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Certified Lover Boy is now set to be released in October 2021. In the meantime, check out the new video for “Laugh Now Cry Later” below.

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