2017’s Best Choreographed Visuals, So Far

2017’s Best Choreographed Visuals, So Far

Aesthetics, bro.

Carina Ortiz
posted by at Jun 9, 2017 at 12:36 pm
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2017 has been filled with tons of new music. With a new track comes a visual, which ties the whole project together. Ranging from Yoncé to Young Thug, we’ve gathered music videos with the best choreography that prove just how essential a dope visual is.

1. Kendrick Lamar – “Humble”
Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN” was sitting pretty on the charts immediately after its release and the visuals that came with the project received love too. “Humble” is essentially a recreation of Da Vinci’s The Last Supper featuring Kenny with flaming hair, in minimalist choreography surrounded by blue tones that pull the whole thing together.

2. Bruno Mars – “That’s What I Like”
Wearing a simple black and white striped fit, Bruno Mars breaks out in yet another iconic dance move. The groovy visual holds up to the track that no matter how hard we try, we just can’t help but sing along to.

3. Young Thug – “Wyclef Jean”
Twitter lost it when Young Thug’s “Wyclef Jean” visual dropped, it was all extremely creative that immediately grasped everyone’s attention. The choreography is strategically planned out hilariously, take a look and you’ll understand.

4. Francis & The Lights ft. Chance The Rapper – “May I Have This Dance”
Francis & The Lights gave Chance The Rapper a chance to showcase his footwork with this one. With Chance’s verse dedicated to his baby daughter, the choreography and entire visual is filled with an emotional vibe.

5. Logic ft. Damian Lemar Hudson – “Black SpiderMan”
Logic spread his message of equality heavy on ‘Everybody.’ Showcasing diversity, his visual for “Black SpiderMan” held up to the message too.

6. Beyoncé – “Love Drought”
Released in early February, Bey’s visual for “Love Drought” is emotionally-charged showcasing the singer in different complex settings ending with a cult-like orchestra.

7. Big Sean – “Moves”
Striking and colorful. Sean Don’s “Moves” visual puts digital techniques to use while still of course, letting the Detroit rapper flex his moves.