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VIDEO: Run The Jewels 'Don't Get Captured'

Chris Hopewell directed the latest video from RTJ 3, and it's one of the rawest tracks they've ever released.  'Don't Get Captured begins with the light from beneath the door, and skulls appearing in the darkness one by one.  What follows is a journey into some of the horrors of everyday life, depicting skeletons on both sides of gentrification, and the legal system.  No one else can do it like Run The Jewels, and this video is a prime example of their constantly evolving, challenging, creative movement.

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VIDEO: Nite Jewel 'How It Was' from 'Real Low'

'How It Was' is the new video from the latest record by Nite Jewel.  Real Low is the companion to her album Real High, released back in May.  It's a collection of demos and b-sides and a couple of tracks that weren't on Real High.  You can get Real High here, listen to Real Low, and see the incredible video for 'How It Was' below.  It's one of three tracks from the Obsession EP, mastered by Johnny Jewel and released exclusively on vinyl on the label Italians Do It Better.  Real Low is the exclusive digital release of these songs. 

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VIDEO: The xx 'I Dare You'

'I Dare You' goes a little deeper than the average music video these days.  That should come as no surprise when you learn that it's the result of collaboration between Alisdair McLellan and Raf Simons, and serves as a love letter to the city of Los Angeles.  The video has a more intriguing cast, and plot than a lot of movies and tv shows.  The song becomes part of this work of art, meeting the talents of countless others part way to create something special.  The cast includes Millie Bobby Brown, Ernesto Cervantes, Paris Jackson, Lulu, and Ashton Sanders.  You'll want to watch it again and again...

Get I See You the latest from the xx here.


VIDEO: Kendrick Lamar 'Element'

Kendrick Lamar continues to astound with the music, and the videos from his album DAMN.  'Element' is one of his most powerful tracks, and the video takes that to another level.  It's a collaboration between Jonas Lindstroem and the Little Homies, the duo of Lamar himself and Top Dawg Entertainment President Dave Free.  The Little Homies have been co-directing his videos since the transition from K-Dot, with the exception of 'King Kunta' which was directed by Director X.  Throughout Kendrick Lamar's career they've collaborated with incredibly talented filmmakers.  The results speak for themselves.

You need to see this.

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Shlohmo: For Tha Summer (vol. XXVII)

Shlohmo's latest release comes in an unorthodox fashion.  He's got 7 new remixes, released in mix form and that's just the beginning.  Along with the audio premiered on sneezemag.com there is also a video version, and that's where it really gets weird.  The video includes elements from the original videos, taking the idea of what a remix can be to a new level.  Check the track list and watch the video below, perfect for the summer. 

1. Young Thug - Stoner (Shlohmo Remix)
2. Future - Mask Off (Shlohmo Remix)
3. Rae Sremmurd - Black Beatles (Shlohmo Remix)
4. Soulja Boy - Crank Dat (Shlohmo Remix)
5. Mobb Deep - Shook Ones (Shlohmo Remix)
6. 21 Savage - X (Shlohmo Remix)
7. Migos - T Shirt (Shlohmo Remix)