From left to right, Aloïse Sauvage, Rosalía and FKA twigs © Youtube screenshot
Five tracks, a few more artists and five clips released during the week carefully selected by us. We have prepared a “made in Tsugi” list of video releases that you should not miss.
Five clips, five titles, three of which marked the start of 2022. Attention! Don’t twist our words… The other two songs are also very good – it’s not for nothing that we’re talking about them here – however they have only been released as singles, and too recently a fortiori. Don’t count on us to risk qualifying a piece as excellent too quickly… In short. In the meantime, here’s our pick of the five must-see clips from the past five days — we promise, this repetition of the number five is just a coincidence.
rosalia — MOTOMAMI (MOTOMAMI)
She completely turned the beginning of the year around and made us dance from the first to the last track of the album. Motomami, borrowing flamenco, rap and reggaeton rhythms tinged with devastating hyper-pop. For this eponymous track from his latest album, Rosalía has remained faithful to her initial artistic direction with reminders of red color and her favorite helmet that she already wears on the cover of the album. Short but intense, this clip was released almost a month after those of Hentai, “Chicken Terriyaki” and two months later “Saoko”a clip that smelled of hot rubber and burnt gasoline.
F.K.A. twigs — oh my love (Caprisongs)
After his previous album MAGDALENEwhere her vocal performances were more reminiscent of an intimate and reserved singer than a pop star, we expected the English F.K.A. branches on another ground. Done with his new album CAPRISONGSode to pop music, but mistreated with sauce F.K.A.. For this new project, the diva knew how to surround herself with the best of the international scene with The Weeknd, Rema, Shygirl and even forged ties with the British drill and rap scenes in the people of Unknown T and Pa Salieu. In “oh my love”, twigs hints at a retro world as a response to his previous appearance, alongside the Swedish rapper Yung Leanon the clip of “Bliss”.
Vald featuring Orelsan — Péon (V)
V is the debut album by Vald produced under the rapper’s own label, Echelon Records. A successful bet since the disc was certified gold by the SNP only three days after its release on February 4, 2022. On this track, Vald called on Orelsan to talk about his discomfort and the notion of success, all on an instrumental trap. The track is a real banger, which Orelsan fans could see being performed live by the duo during the Bercy AccorHotels Arena from Orelsan.
King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard — Keppler-22b
It’s a project in the form of an unreleased single that the Australians – always so psyched – of the group King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard have released. The project is called Kepler-22b. It hosts three new tracks since the April 19 music video release date. Retro atmosphere and psychedelic designs in this new video, to make it big King Gizzard ultimately…
Aloise Sauvage — Focus
Aloïse Sauvage is no longer satisfied with being fair “Horizontally”. The singer, spotted in the film 120 beats per minute and specialist in acrobatics, recovered the harnesses she had used during the Music Awards 2020 in his brand new clip “Focus” to now take off. Guaranteed sensations. After a improvised clip on his roof during confinement Aloïse Sauvage continues to play with her limits, where will she stop?
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