#5NewVideos to get you through the week: 37 (Bedstudy, Monarchy)

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This week’s #5NewVideos list consists of Bedstudy, Marnik, Monarchy, and more.


Jamar Carr – Nothing New (Submission)

What starts off with a jazzy composition soon turns into a Hip-Hop, opening up the video for Jamar Carr’s “Nothing New.” Going against the grain of what’s popular today, the Queens-native rapper is inspired by real-life issues. “Nothing New” is the first single from his debut album: Politically Incorrect: Wealth in the Ghetto. Check it out now.


Bedstudy – Ø (Arms Away) (Submission)

Hailing from Brooklyn, New York, Bedstudy shares the cinematic video for “ø (Arms Away)”. In the video, you’ll see how the indie band chooses to show love, violence, and healing. Watch the Moses Moreno and Richie Duque-direction below.


Marnik – Burn featuring Rookies (Submission)

In a dashing visual for “Burn”, Italian duo Marnik shows off a lucky lady who makes their fire burn. Watch as the milky-skinned woman takes one heart at a time.


neena – The Game (Submission)

How many eighteen-year-olds do you know with full productions like hers? neena, a name often stylized in spaced lowercase letters, just released the video for a single titled, “The Game” from her debut album (“Flipside”). Based on the treatment of the video (‘a dystopian future on the 30th anniversary of the Great Wall’), we’d say the British singer-songwriter will be around for awhile. Give the young singer-songwriter your undivided attention.


Monarchy – Hula Hoop 8000 (Submission)

People want to stay around when you have something they cannot get elsewhere. As messed up as that may sound, it is the truth. Moreover, the video for Monarchy’s “Hula Hoop 8000” reminds us of infomercials from the late eighties and nineties. We dare you to dial the number at the bottom of the screen.


Steve Benjamins – Still in Love with You (Submission) (Bonus)

In what started out as a horror movie, Steve Benjamins sings about being in love with someone—for the long haul in his new video. Based on his vocals alone, the Toronto-based recording artist shows he is one to watch. Keep him on your radar.


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