March 22, 2012 07:54:11 GMT
Kerli breaks out of a cocoon as an angelic girl, while The Game highlights the difficulty of living on the streets.
Kerli and The Game release a new music video each. The Estonian singer premieres a clip inspired by manga to support her single "Zero Gravity", while the Cali rapper pays homage to his hometown of Los Angeles to promote his single "The City".
In the "Zero Gravity" clip, Kerli is portrayed as a cocoon hanging upside down on a tree branch before blossoming into a beautiful angel. "The Zero Gravity video is about transformation," she explains. "I tried to mix all this super angelic stuff with some more cyber/techno stuff."
In the visuals for "The City", Game narrates a story of a young man who tries to survive the rough life on the mean streets of L.A. Its director Matt Alonzo explains that it's about "second chances and allowing other people to be rewarded for the good choices that they make."
"Zero Gravity" is recorded for Kerli's upcoming second studio album which is yet to be titled. "The City", meanwhile, features Kendrick Lamar and appears among songs in The Game's fourth studio album "The R.E.D. Album", which came out last summer.