Music Video Roundup: Young Thug x Future, Rich Brian, Corey Finesse, Eric Bellinger, YoungBoy NBA

KC Orcutt

 // Apr 4, 2018

Young Thug x Future, "Group Home"

Future, Young Thug - Group Home

There isn't too much rhyme or reason to Young Thug and Future's latest visual collaboration, with the pair letting their imaginations run wild and creating a bit of a hip-hop horror movie as they run through their track "Group Home." The video for the Super Slimey cut features masked/possessed children, a levitating woman and some unexplainable surrealism.

Rich Brian, "Watch Out"

Rich Brian - watch out!

Rich Brian (formerly known as Rich Chigga) has been consistently churning out quality videos, with his latest being no exception. For the visual for "Watch Out," he lives out his high school fantasies, which considering he was homeschooled and has an impeccable imagination, aren't all that crazy compared to where he could've taken things. We respect it, though.

Corey Finesse, "Shawty Gotta Thang"

Corey Finesse - Shawty Gotta Thang
NuLa Ent

Corey Finesse is a fast-rising rapper who has been steadily building a fan base since his 2016 breakout single "Vagaband." For his latest, the Brooklyn rhymer recruits model Taylor Hing to star in the visual, with the song following a modern tale of what happens when love-at-first-sight hits the streets.

Eric Bellinger, "Yikes"

Eric Bellinger - Yikes (Official Video)
Eric Bellinger

Eric Bellinger and Tory Lanez have been reminding fans that trading disses over wax isn't just exclusive to rap music. Both singers have been going at one another for awhile now, with Bellinger's latest slamming Lanez for biting other artists' styles. The visual doesn't mess around either, as the Los Angeles singer shows just how strong his hometown support really is.

YoungBoy NBA, "Diamond Teeth Samurai"

YoungBoy Never Broke Again - Diamond Teeth Samurai (Official Video)
YoungBoy Never Broke Again

While he is currently facing a slew of legal issues, YoungBoy NBA is doing his best to be in full on album mode. With his debut, Until Death Calls My Name, on the way, the Baton Rouge rapper has shared his latest, pairing a new visual with "Diamond Teeth Samurai," during which he samples Lil Wayne and rolls around his neighborhood in a Bentley.

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