Our Favorite Artists Are Now Filming Their Music Videos at Home

Drake. Photo by Canadian Press/REX/Shutterstock (9048876h)

It’s impossible to make lavish music videos with high production value in quarantine, but our favorite artists are still trying to get creative and surprising their fans by dropping impressive visuals they filmed at home.


Drake gave us a sneak peek inside his lavish Toronto mansion and started another viral dance challenge with the music video for his latest chart-topping single “Toosie Slide”.


The entire visual for Kehlani’s new track “Everybody Business” was filmed in her backyard and around her neighborhood, and she even directed it herself.


Lauv reflected on the way we use social media while social distancing in the “Modern Loneliness” video, which shows his iPhone screen as he switches from one app to the next.


In addition to filming and editing music videos on their own, many artists are currently asking their fans to pitch in. That’s exactly what OneRepublic did with “Better Days”, which features short clips of their fans’ experiences in quarantine.