Name In The Sand – [Lil Skies]

A couple of days ago Lyrical Lemonade favorite Lil Skies blessed his massive fan base with a brand new visual for “Name In The Sand”. This is by far one of Lil Skies best music videos to this point because of the creative idea that they had behind this one, as you will find Skies performing at what looks like a high school prom, and there’s a a love story behind it all to match his lovely vocals. Take a few minutes of your day to check out this brand new visual below and if you like it be sure to give Lil Skies a follow on Twitter here. Directed by Nicholas Jandora Photo by Cole Schwartz

Mansion – [$teven Cannon]

Lyrical Lemonade favorite $teven Cannon makes his way back to our platform today with a brand new visual for his latest track titled, Mansion. Released only a matter of hours ago, the Gren8Beats-produced hitter was brought to life courtesy of Nicholas Jandora which sees the L.A.-based rapper doing what else but pulling up to a massive house with a crowbar in hand. Immediately greeted with bodies as soon as he enters the room, the bass-ringing track comes to life with Cannon taking the role of a psychotic killer who can be seen gripping a chainsaw, reading a book and even enjoying a meal from a girl who proceeds to climb in the oven afterward. That’s really only the start of the antics and much like the previous visuals from Cannon, this one will pull you in right away. Make sure to let loose the video for Mansion and keep a lookout for the next release from $teven Cannon very soon. Directed by: Nicholas Jandora 

Rivals – [No Jumper] Ft. [KILLY] & [Smooky MarGielaa]

After snippets surfaced back in March on Killy’s Instagram, No Jumper records have officially unveiled their next single in Rivals featuring the Toronto native KILLY & Smooky MarGielaa. Gearing up for the first-ever No Jumper album that will also include the Tay K & Blocboy JB-featured Hard, the likes of KILLY went ahead and handled the vicious chorus while Smooky jumped in for a verse of his own that coalesced flawlessly with the rage from KILLY. It’s too early to say whether or not Rivals will outshine its predecessor (check out the visual for Hard courtesy of Nicholas Jandora) but what’s already certain is that this forthcoming project is shaping up to be jam-packed with the fire that will infest No Jumper & music fans playlists alike. That being said, get into Rivals below and stay tuned for the next single from Adam22’s imprint. Via: No Jumper 

Hard – [No Jumper] Ft. [Tay K] & [BlocBoy JB]

Adam22’s No Jumper Records imprint surprised the masses with the first single back in March titled Hard with Tay K & BlocBoy JB and today, we have been given the first official video released under the label. Directed by Nicholas Jandora with editing by Tristan Zammit, the cinematic starts out in a classroom where Tay K is drawn by a student and ultimately takes cartoon-form before joining up with Blocboy and the No Jumper crew. Skipping detention, doing the animated version of the Blocboy dance and even joining Adam22 for science class, the cartoon Tay K was undoubtedly the highlight of the video that will only add to the young Dallas products fame while still dealing with his incarceration. Having said that, feast your eyes on the creative visuals for Hard and stay tuned for the next release from Adam22 and No Jumper records. Directed By: Nicholas Jandora (@NicholasJandora) Edited by Tristan Zammit (@tristious)  Via: No Jumper 

Lust – [Lil Skies]

Just when you thought Lil Skies movie-like visuals couldn’t get any crazier, the LL favorite is back with an amazing new visual for his CashMoneyAP-produced hit Lust that dropped as a single prior to the Life Of A Dark Rose tape back in January. Directed by Nicholas Jandora, the cinematic see’s Skies take the role of an undercover policeman before responding to a call and being transformed into cartoon-form courtesy of animations from Tristan Zammit. From riding a rainbow in a coupe to throwing money at a strip club while on shift, the must-see video is arguably one of Skies best visual experiences to date. Let’s hope the next visual from the LOADR mixtape isn’t too far away but for now, feast your eyes on the Lust video immediately and check back for more from Lil Skies in the near future.

Lil Gas Bag – [Global Dan]

Global Dan is a name you might not be familiar with, but let his latest visual for “Lil Gas Bag” serve as your introduction. I stumbled across this video as it was premiered on Adam22’s No Jumper YouTube channel and I was impressed. Over a Dollie x Stupid Xool instrumental, Dan brought a super catchy flow (particularly in the hook) that caught my attention right away. Directed by Nicholas Jandora, this colorful video matched the energy of the song perfectly, with the use of some flashy animations as the cherry on top. Just under two minutes long, be sure you give Global Dan a shot down below.