The best music videos of the week include selections from Silk Sonic, Mariah Carey, Drake, and more.

It wasn’t the most robust week for new music. But there were definitely some gems. The most surprising came from Anderson .Paak and Bruno Mars (aka Silk Sonic) who finally dropped a follow up to their modern day classic “Leave the Door Open.

Another video to take note of is Drake’s “Knife Talk,” which was directed by Pablo Rochat. The video gives off true horror movie vibes.

Check those out and more for the best music videos of the week.

Silk Sonic (Bruno Mars & Anderson .Paak) — “Smokin Out The Window”

After months of waiting, Silk Sonic will finally release their album, An Evening with Silk Sonic. Enjoy the video for their latest single, “Smokin’ Out The Window,” which looks a lot like their first one.


T-Pain —  “I’m Cool With That”

When T-Pain is on his smooth shit, there’s not a lot of singers on his level. Check out the video for his latest single “I’m Cool With That.”


Mariah Carey, Khalid & Kirk Franklin — “Fall in Love at Christmas”

We all know that Christmas is Mariah Carey’s favorite season. And it’s for good reason. Carey just dropped another Christmas banger, this time with Khalid and Kirk Franklin.


Pink Sweat$ — “Nothing Feels Better”

To celebrate the start of Pink Sweat$ Pink Moon tour, the singer has released a snazzy new video for “Nothing Feels Better.”


Drake, 21 Savage & Project Pat — “Knife Talk”

Halloween was last week. But that didn’t stop Drake from dropping a spooky new video for “Knife Talk,” which features appearances from 21 Savage and Project Pat.

Offset Jim — “Thugs Cry”

Oakland rapper Offset Jim hosts a last-supper themed dinner in honor of a lost comrade in the video for “Thugs Cry.” This is a dope one. 


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