Blood Orange: With Him/Best To You/Better Numb Official Video

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Blood Orange combines “With Him,” “Best To You” and “Better Numb” into a short of him running through the streets, playing music, spending time with a girlfriend and dancing. Amandla Stenberg joins him on violin as he plays the double bass. The beginning of the clip is reminiscent of Marlon Riggs’s Black Is…Black Ain’t documentary.  The piece ends with Blood Orange doing a modern dance on stage and ending it by laying still on the floor.




Blood Orange: Better Than Me Feat Carly Rae Jepsen Official Video

[youtube id=”WUhFU-czesk”] Blood Orange and his crew of dancers in button-down shirts perform a dance routine in a warehouse where Carly Rae Jepsen appears for her part of “Better Than Me.” The singer-songwriter directed the video for the song from his critically acclaimed Freetown Sound album.




Blood Orange-I Know Official Video

[youtube id=”EK6R6WfKo0M”] Blood Orange and ballet dancer Maria Kochetkova do a modern dance routine in a studio somewhere to the sound of “I Know.” This is the second video from Blood Orange’s Freetown Sound album after the visual for “Augustine.” The singer/songwriter has said that Freetown Sound “Was intended for those who had been told they were not black enough, too black, too queer, not queer the right way.”




Blood Orange Dedicates Conan Performance To Murder Victims

[youtube id=”ToJw90cfi8E”] Watch Blood Orange dedicate his performance of “Augustine” and “Thank You” to murder victims Philando Castile, Terrence McCrary, Jr. and Hande Kader. He played the piano while dancers were on each side of him. Photos of Castile, McCrary and Kader were positioned in front of the piano. Blood Orange’s Freetown Sound album is out now.