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TFA Videos of the Week
The alternative singer/rapper has already established that he`s making music to send a message -- and his latest video is no exception. Grandson tackles police brutality in his new gritty video "6:00".
Harrison ft. Ralph "Your Girl"
The latest from Harrison features fellow TFA performer Ralph in a "goofy, hallucinatory odyssey about addiction and consumerism." (Exclaim)
Jxck Kxlly "Go Together"
"Having released her EP, Revolution, Jxck Kxlly is now bringing her music to the small screen with a hot, Pulp Fiction-esque style in her newest music video for "GO TOGETHER." Complete with a 1970’s fringe jacket and a motorcycle, the fun music video is the cherry on top of an enticing, smooth single" - TripleHq.com
Mathew V "The Coast"
The Coast` is the sound of the Vancouver songwriter reaching fresh ground, a breathless, biting piece of pop music, says Clash Magazine.
Michael Bublé "When I Fall In Love"
Buble, 43, shows off his trademark class in the new visuals for "When I Fall in Love". The sophisticated video is a throwback, featuring primarily still shots of singing as a patron at a high-end club. The song is taken from his forthcoming 10th studio album. (ET Canada)
Mother Mother "Get Up"
Nikki Yanofsky "Big Mouth"
After taking a short hiatus to focus on truly finding her sound, Yanofsky shares the first single Big Mouth from her forthcoming third album. She wrote it in response to the Women’s March in New York City earlier this year.
Ralph "Long Distance Lover"
This surreal and quirky cowboy-disco-themed video finds RALPH moderating a Halloween speed-dating event in an old bingo hall. With a smooth, almost trippy electro pop sound, you’re left feeling like you were there at the event.
Rhye shares an ominous new video for "Hymn," a mellow B-side from his rhymthic second studio album Blood, released in February of this year, five years after his debut.
Shotty Horroh "Danger"
Shotty yet again conjures up a storm with his latest drop, ‘Danger’. All of his releases so far have ran with the theme of Shotty’s birthplace and the day-to-day happenings in the suburbs of Manchester, and ‘Danger’ continues this thread of working-class mentality and observations.