9 Extraordinary New Music Videos by Black Women

Check out the sounds of these 9 diverse artists in their dope new music videos.

Grammy nominated singer Cécile McLorin Salvant's minimalist video masterfully showcases the jazz singer's stunning style and voice.

Brooklyn-based artist Stacy Barthe's black and white visuals compliment the emotional ballad "Extraordinary Love" from her album Becoming.

The all-female hip-hop group, Heresy, reminds you what you’ve been missing in Hip Hop music in the video for "Da Call Out."

R&B powerhouse Vivian Green is back with, "Get Right Back To My Baby,” the first single from her new album Vivid.

Brooklyn rapper Tamara Bubble gets sensual in the sultry video for her latest single "Towel Boy."

Kari Faux, rapper/producer from Little Rock, Arkansas, gives old school vibes in the groovy video for her song "Supplier."

London-based singer Connie Constance shows off her beautiful vocals in her debut single "Stars."

R&B veteran Darlene Love cruises around with a celeb-studded cast of friends in the video for her single "Forbidden Nights" off of her forthcoming album Introducing Darlene Love.

Zonnique steps out of her famous parents' shadows in the video for her song "Nun For Free" featuring Young Thug.


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