Clip Art: Inventive Videos From Nas, Of Montreal, Flaming Lips, and More

Video still from Of Montreal's "Spiteful Intervention"
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In Clip Art, ARTINFO video editor Tom Chen, photo editor Micah Schmidt, and performing arts editor Nick Catucci choose five of the most visually engaging music videos from the previous week or so, and present highlights from each in a video supercut, plus a slideshow of stills. Today ... 

Nas shows you the view from the condominium roof deck in “The Don.”

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The Flaming Lips offer a comic take on the life after the apocalypse with “Supermoon Made Me Want to Pee.”


Champagne Coast” finds Blood Orange testing the limits of two-dimensionality.


When featured guest Evidence couldn't make the shoot for “The Life of Kings,” main rapper Phonte's mother mouthed the absent MC's verse for him.


Of Montreal redefine the phrase “face-melting” in “Spiteful Intervention.” 


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