From Stormzy's incorrigible charisma, leading 350 young fans in a singalong, to the portraits of British households in their diversity, to the incredibly moving shared moment of silence, in memory of victims of tragedy, Nez Khammal has created a remarkable visual poem to life in London in 2017.
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Dir Lx is back with his next visual pursuit for Crazy Cousinz. It's a dynamic performance video for No Way that showcases a fusion of Afrobeats, House and R&B.
With collaborative efforts from Yxng Bane, Mr Eazi and Lily Mckenzie, the charismatic choreography from Afrobeat dancers Home Bros adds an electric dimension to the video.
Nicholas Lam's latest video features Nick Jonas performing his Golden Globe-nominated song Home in a huge, empty bullring - created by the VFX whizzes at Gloria FX.
The song comes from the just-released animated feature Ferdinand - based on Munro Leaf and Robert Lawson's children's book The Story of Ferdinand.
After filming her previous videos in Lebanon and New York, Rae Morris reunites with Noel Paul of That Go for a jaunt through vibrant New Orleans in her latest clip for Atletico.
Roger Guàrdia has a way with a band performance. He's proved it on several occasions in the past, and once again here with Zephyr Bones, one of Spain's most promising young bands.
It's a relaxed, almost dreamlike piece, blending distorted slo-mo visuals and trippy visual effects, that enable the viewer to sink into the enjoyably jangly sound of Telephone.
Rich Hall teams up with ethereal crooner Isaac Gracie for his haunting new track Terrified, which sees Gracie drifting through Kubrickian hallways. Some dark and atmospheric, some lonely and melancholic, others vibrant and over the top. It turns out to be the set of a horror movie.
Warren Du Preez and Nick Thornton Jones's latest collaboration with Björk is a stunning vision, combining live action and post VFX, for the title track from her new album utopia.
Avelino serenades a girl in Kaz Ove's video for 1 In a Million, making her an elusive object of his desire, while bathed in neon pinks and blues. Ove alternates shots between the two protagonists, separated yet united through the music and a range of London locations.