We got to see so many amazing music videos this year that lacked nothing in the creativity department.
The SL team decided to come up with our favorite music video selections of 2021, which includes fire visuals from rising artists like My Favorite Color, boyband, Wiley From Atlanta, TiaCorine, Alex Banin, and many more.
MAYDAY – My Favorite Color
My Favorite Color’s “MAYDAY” finds him building off his confidence in a way where he experiments with his craft while having fun doing it. Peep the funny Devontae Bennett-directed video below.
fooly cooly – boyband
While seemingly fitting the song’s energy perfectly, the Anaperalta-Chong-directed video for boyband’s “fooly cooly” gave a feel for his burgeoning personality.
CONTACT HIGH – Wiley From Atlanta
Outspoken about his trials and past experiences, Wiley From Atlanta’s “CONTACT HIGH,” taken from his “KINGFISHER” album, is a must-watch video.
Luigi – TiaCorine Ft. Kenny Beats
HUH? – Serena Isioma
Serena Isioma’s Michael del Rosario-directed video “HUH?” is a colorful record with unmatched prideful energy. The video brings a vintage 90s vibe while Isioma’s playful aura takes the stage.
Forget About It – Alex Banin
Between striking visuals and clever songwriting, it is clear that Alex Banin has an eye for good art. The Michael Del Rosario-directed visuals for “Forget About It” were one of our favorites this year.
Invictus – Baby Phace
It’s one thing to hear a Baby Phace song, but it’s an adventure watching a Baby Phace video. The NJ-bred, LA-based artist released his stunning John You-directed video “Invictus” earlier this year.
Touch – Mere Raj
Based out of North Carolina, Mere Raj has developed an authentic DIY approach to his music, and his John Buchanan-directed video “Touch” further proves that statement.
Good Lovin’ – JAMMY Ft. BxRod, Hokage Simon
Bay Area artist JAMMY’s stunning Kiko Valle-directed video “Good Lovin'” is an action-packed video that plays out like a movie where JAMMY is the main character.
Maytag (Tax Free) – Ben Reilly
Atlanta-based Ben Reilly dropped off his “Freelance” project this year, and the standout single “Maytag (Tax Free)” was accompanied by stunning visuals that showcased another side of Reilly’s artistry.