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Nicki Minaj burns up the screen in Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott's scorching video for Ganja Burn.
In order to intensify that sense the video is taking place in the hottest place on Earth, the directing duo recruited Coffee & TV's Simona Cristea to grade Nicki Minaj’s promo for Ganja Burn.
Don't mess with Stefflon Don!
Silent Tapes's video for the intro to Lil Bitch serves as a trailer to the new album Secure. It's also gripping, brazen, brutal and sexy, as Steff dispatches her haters and rivals with hair-raisingly extreme prejudice. And all the while, she's wearing an amazing hat that would not look out of place on Ladies Day at Ascot races.
A mysterious belly dancer performs in a large hall full of clouds and lights in this single-take video for rock band This is Not an Elephant.
Shaun James Grant continues his live work for Vevo with the first of two performances for Jorja Smith.
Accompanied only by piano, Smith's vocal performance of Where Did I Go? gets a warmly-lit jazz-era setting, nicely photographed by Joel Honeywell.
As if emerging bright eyed from a Wes Anderson movie, Brother Leo – aka Grammy nominated Swedish singer, songwriter and producer Ola Svensson – can be found escaping reality in Mary Clerté's video for Strangers On An Island.
Favourite Colour: Black's new video for The Kooks' track No Pressure combines performance and narrative, intertwining the two in a stylised, nostalgic piece - simple, yet effective in its execution.
The video has an unmistakeable British summertime feel, accompanying the carefree message of the track and playing into the vibe of the distinctly British band.
Blossom Calderone wrote her breezy and whimsical Life Again after an everyday conversation with her grandmother about the reality of growing old. Lily Rose Thomas's accompanying video focusses on the relationship between young and old and the understanding and friendship than can exist between them.
Phil Sansom returns to music videos, directing this bright and airy clip for new female duo Aya.
Maddy King's video for Australian electronic duo Moza opens on images of a young motorcyclist gliding through empty roads with a background of white-tipped mountains, an alluring image of freedom. But it turns out that the young man carries a heavy burden.
Samuel Taylor delivers an adrenalin-fuelled white-knuckle performance video for Bloody Knees, capturing the experience of one of the band's high energy, high intensity, seriously sweaty live shows, and puting his own spin on things in the process.
Bathed in vivid colours, Dakota and her dancers take over the room with their smooth moves in Charlie Targett-Adams's sensual music video for Hey Mamma.
Dan Caplen serenades a girl from streets to the rooftops, as the couple go about their simple but sweet day-to-day lives, in Luke Biggins's video for Trouble.
"We wanted to go for a subtle, minimalist narrative, while capturing a captivating performance from Dan Caplen," says Biggins.