Amalgamation: Music Video Collection
The OutMuseum is proud to present the Amalgamation music video collection, showcasing the electrifying talent of queer Black musical artists and their expansive visions. In the words of curator Byron Scott Adams, these works "hone in on the wholeness of what it means to be a queer Black person" as expressed through the creation of music and accompanying moving images.
"Nervous" by Tolliver
Tolliver's official video for "Nervous" from the EP, Daddyland (Deluxe).
VIRTUAL PARTICLES: A PORTRAIT OF MOSES SUMNEY
A portrait of Ghanaian-American singer-songwriter Moses Sumney, exploring his digital dimensional selves
"Frostbite" by Ahya Simone
Ahya Simone's debut single “Frostbite” is a conversation about the feeling of being isolated while longing for connection and belonging. This song is a reminder that we need each other - risk and all. And if we look around, there is love to be cherished and watered.
"Feign For Love" by Fashion Club
The official music Video for Fashion Club's "Feign For Love".
"Eventually" by vincethealien
Music video for "Eventually", from vincethealien's debut EP, Combustion. Music video was directed by Dan Hall and filmed at the Where It's Greater Studio in Koreatown, CA.
TO THE ONE THAT CAN SEE
Love starts with self-love. To allow their subjects to fully develop themselves as individuals, the duo CHAOS created a visual poem, celebrating the power of the community and belonging. Aiming to challenge the pre-existing norms through which queer love has been historically portrayed, the focus...
"I Don't Mean It" by Often
The latest release from Often, "I Don't Mean It" finds them roaming the streets of Sicily serenading a city of strangers while lost in reverie.