[VIDEO] Rio- Faders (dir. by Cakemaster )

Known for his passionate and soulful approach to his music, singer/songwriter Rio introduces us to his new video entitled “Faders.” The usual graceful voice we hear from the R&B crooner is placed on hold for Faders as we’re welcomed with a more ultraviolet sound in the production followed by Rio dabbling with a more hip hop approach.

The Cakemaster directed video was perfectly captured as the young Nashville videographer continues to showcase his hunger to work with like-minded individuals who trust his vision. The video features Rio and his beautiful leading lady taking time away and living in the moment and enjoying one anothers company. Faders stands as Rio’s first release to his upcoming The Feel Good project. Expect that later in the year, but for now enjoy the video below and also catch Rio’s past release, Good Morning Dreamer, if you haven’t already.

[VIDEO] S.T.A.N.- Nancy Kerrigan

Nashville emcee S.T.A.N. recently released the visuals for his track “Nancy Kerrigan.” While most tracks become watered down or don’t see their fullest potential due to the video treatment presented, STAN keeps it simple with the help of Blurred Visions Media Group. You get a raw look at audio/visual dope all in 3 minutes. Enjoy.

[VIDEO] Casino Greene- Magnus

Casino Greene returns with a fresh visual for his newest track entitled “Magnus.” While he readies us for the release of his new project, Eastside Story, Greene connects with the XKL family for a short, sweet, and straight to the point type of visual. Check it out above.

[VIDEO] Scotty ATL- Trash & Treasure

Our guy Scotty ATL drops off a new video from his album,Spaghetti Junction. Trash & Treasure features Scotty riding through the gritty streets reliving moments of his past and pushing forward to chase his dreams. The video was shot by Anthony Supreme.

[VIDEO] Alex Wiley ft. Mick Jenkins- Own Man

Alex Wiley and Mick Jenkins link up for the visual to “Own Man,” which was directed by Andrew Zeiter and Bryan Lamb. The graphics are simple and to the point as the two recite their lyrics over various screens. We wish this one could’ve made Wiley’s mixtape. Certified banger.

[VIDEO] Nicki Minaj- Pills N Potions

Nicki Minaj releases the video to her recently released Pills N Potions track, which currently stands at No. 22 on the Billboard charts. Nicki Minaj has showed her transition from the more flamboyant Nicki to a more natural looking diva but still continues to show her creative side in her latest visual. The Diane Martel directed video shows bunnies, special graphics, and The Game as she wears fur and sings about having strong feelings for someone who isn’t very deserving of the gesture. The Pink Print album is on the way. Check out the video below.

[VIDEO] @ScottyAtl- Mo Money Mo Prollem$

Southern bred Atlanta emcee, Scotty, travels to the New York streets in his newest visual for Mo Money Mo Prollem$. Scotty hits various subways, urban neighborhoods, and more throughout the video (which is a dope ass track with or without a visual attached).

[VIDEO] @_Openmic ft. @GLCtheIsm- Sit Back

Nashville emcee Openmic releases a new visual for “Sit Back” which features the Chicago ‘Ism’ himself, GLC. It isn’t everyday that you get a visual that’s pretty straight forward, less gimmicks, just rapping. Sit Back presents just that, the two parlaying back and forth from Nashville to Chicago reciting their lyrics to further reach the ears of the listener. You also get a glimpse of the performance reel from the Openmic release show, which held a crazy crowd last month. We are excited to see what is next between the Chicago vet and Nashville’s voice of reason. Check out Sit Back above.

[VIDEO] Sevyn Streeter- Sex On The Ceiling

As if Sevyn Streeter hasn’t properly introduced herself already in her past visuals, she is sure to grab your attention in her latest visual for “Sex On The Ceiling.” The visual features the silhouette of the songstress in the intro suggesting it may be some type of a video treatment, but far too sexy to be Sevyn. Before you know it, Sevyn’s defying gravity in a skin friendly, black ensemble. While we are sure there were plenty of rotated camera’s in the duration of the video, it’s guaranteed to have the viewer indulged the entire time. Check out the video below.

[VIDEO] LitKaby- I Don’t Know

LitKaby previously released their collaboration project entitled “Just Because.” While you may need time to catch up on the greatness if you missed it, the two are back with their first visual from the project for “I Don’t Know.” The visual was directed by Kelly Hite. Check it out above. Stream Just Because below: