This week's best hip-hop music videos finds Action Bronson pumping iron in Queens, T.I. and Cee-Lo come back from the brink, and Ty Dolla $ign parties by the poolside. Other notable inclusions on this week's list include Loaded Lux, Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire and Joey Fatts.

Action Bronson - "Strictly 4 My Jeeps"

Action Bronson and Riff Raff get crazy with some plus-sized women, fine food and a disturbing cake of Bam Bam's head. Only in a Jason Goldwatch video could any of this come together, and the veteran director pulls it off brilliantly.

T.I. feat. Cee-Lo - "Hello"

Tip and Cee-Lo's collaboration off Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head gets the big budget treatment with this video. Like T.I.'s video for "Live Your Life" with Rihanna, "Hello" tells a redemptive story that finds the King Of The South going to Hell and back. It also helps that the desert setting provides a fantastic backdrop for the visuals.

Mr. Muthafuckin' eXquire - "Fat Fool"

eXquire keeps it simple yet effective with the video for his The Alchemist-produced single "Fat Fool." The Brooklyn rhymer takes a ride through New York in a rickshaw, making for a simple yet wholly effective video.

Loaded Lux feat. Method Man and Redman - "Rite (Remix)"

Battle veteran Loaded Lux gets some super clean visuals for his Method Man and Redman-assisted "Rite (Remix)." The video employs some slick pans and smooth slow motion maneuvers, giving it a highly professional sheen most other videos lack.

Joey Fatts - "Picture Me Rollin'"

Long Beach California rapper/producer Joey Fatts gets laced with some beautifully rendered and tactfully shot visuals for his video too "Picture Me Rollin.'" The video makes good use of GoPro cameras and excellent crane shots during the picnic scene.

Ty Dolla $ign feat. Too $hort & Berner - "Go Deep"

Sometimes, all it takes to make a music video great it a few hilarious set pieces. Case in point: Ty Dolla $ign's "Go Deep." From rapping underwater to the shot of the floating rubber, Ty makes sure his video is engaging enough to keep viewers laughing with stopping them from admiring the video's technical skill.