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Robyn Mowatt

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Last week video releases from GloRilla, G Herbo, Connie Diiamond, and more grabbed our attention.


Memphis rapper GloRilla dropped off a new video for “Nut Quick” off her EP, Anyways, Life’s Great…

G Herbo and Kodak Black also released a video for “All That.”

Connie Diiamond lands herself back on our radar with “Raid” featuring Dame D.O.L.L.A.

Keep scrolling to check out our other selections.

GloRilla – “Nut Quick”

GloRilla keeps her brand intact with her latest video for her new single “Nut Quick” directed by Ben Marc. There’s a through line that you can trace from “F.N.F.” to now. It’s evident in this one that she’s tapped in with what works for her – she is upping the quality of her videos too, and this is apparent in the clip. There’s even a cameo from City Girls’ JT, which is on par with GloRilla’s growth as an artist.

Fivio Foreign, Rvssian – “1 On 3”

Fivio Foreign’s “1 On 3” is a fun performance video where New York drill music takes center stage from kids getting sturdy to bust down watches getting washed in champagne. New York silhouettes and Fivio’s signature lyricism also drive this point home. Director Whipalo uses dynamic angles and fast-paced editing to emphasize drill in New York. It’s a short one, but it’s quick and straightforward with its messaging that Fivio Foreign exudes the energy buzzing in New York.

G Herbo, Kodak Black – “All That”

G Herbo links up with Kodak Black for “All That.” In the clip, the director conceptualized dark tones that are reminiscent of a horror movie when showcasing G Herbo and Kodak in various settings. He also mixed in behind-the-scenes elements with actual footage giving a surreal feel to the overall imagery. Both rappers are seen rapping often by themselves further emphasizing the song title.

Connie Diiamond, Dame D.O.L.L.A. – “Raid”

Mob ties are everything in “Raid” by Connie Diiamond featuring Dame D.O.L.L.A. Long-standing show Sopranos and cult classics Casino and A Bronx Tale served as sources of inspiration for director Gerard Victor – this is blatant in how Connie and Dame are seen as mob bosses calling shots and making deals.