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New Video: Conway The Machine Ft. Elcamino “Forever Droppin Tears”
Conway The Machine’s “Forever Droppin’ Tears” in his latest music video and tribute to DJ Shay. On what would have been DJ Shay’s 49th birthday, Conway and Elcamino celebrate Shay’s life by visiting his mural and grave site in Buffalo. The heartfelt clip also and features montage clips of Shay and his journey with Griselda. DJ Shay, who served as the record label’s musical director, DJ, mentor and father figure passed away this past August from Covid-19. He was 48. […]
New Video: Rich The Kid, YoungBoy Never Broke Again “Automatic”
Rich The Kid and NBA YoungBoy keep it moving in their Nobody Safe‘s new video directed by Kid Art. Along with a cameo by jeweler Johnny Deng, the futuristic clip depicts NBA YoungBoy getting fresh with the clippers and Rich The Kid flexing beside an automobile while a deconstructed female robot gets virtually enhanced. Welcome to the future.
New Video: DaBaby “More Money More Problems”
DaBaby celebrates fatherhood in the latest music video off his new EP, My Brother Keeper’s (Long Live G). Directed by Gemini Vision, the Charlotte rapper is on daddy duty at his massive Kirk Estate. Here, he showers his daughter Renny with love and money throughout the lavishing pad including his state of the art home theater, his rustic kitchen and Renny’s room full of toys.
New Video: 2 Chainz ‘Southside Hov’
2 Chainz is the big homie of Atlanta in his So Help Me God‘s latest feature presentation. Inspired by Jay-Z, The Drenched God boasts his hustling and business savvy moves on a black-and-white set filled with Lambos and various projected images including flying doves, private jets, money, and archive footage. The Chainz remains.
2020 AMAs Performances & Winners
The American Music Awards celebrated the biggest names in music with their annual awards on Sunday (Nov. 22). Hosted by Taraji P. Henson, the ceremony took place at the The Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles with COVID-19 protocols in place as well as a few in-person honorees and live performances. Megan Thee Stallion, who was up for five awards, opened up her epic set with encouraging words of body ownership before segueing into an electrifying performance of her Good News […]
New Video: Soulja Boy “Stove”
Soulja Boy’s brings nothing but heat in his new music video. Tattooless and with braids, SB brings hot bars right from the comfort of his home. Along with flaming effects, Drako’s cooking in the kitchen and turning up with his bands in a garage with a few of his automobiles.
New Video: Tobe Nwigwe Ft. Big K.R.I.T. “Bozos”
In anticipation of his forthcoming album Cincoriginals, Tobe Nwigwe drawls the curtains for his latest music video featuring Big K.R.I.T. Occupying a theater with a synchronize dancers, the two bring their circus raps from the main stage to the floor and high balcony seats. Encore! The “Wildlings” featuring EARTHGANG. The album is penciled in for a December 13 release.
New Album: Courtney Bell ‘Poverty Stricken’
It’s been a long time coming, but Courtney Bell finally delivers his debut project, Poverty Stricken. Lead by the powerful single “PSA” and the Boogie-assisted “Lion’s Den“, the Detroit lyricist releases 15 tracks featuring guest appearances by Reason (“Garment”), Dcmbr (“Hold You Down (Super Woman)”), and JaNae Lynn (“Runaway”, “Commissary”). It’s definitely so cold in The D.
New Music: Quando Rondo “End Of Story”
Quando Rondo puts the rumors to rest on his latest recording. On the track, the Atlanta rapper addresses the death of King Von, which stemmed from a fatal shooting following their physical altercation. Here, Quando claims self-defense, responds to the criticism, and shows support to associate Lil Tim, who has been charged for murder. King Von was fatally shot on November 6 outside of Atlanta’s Monaco Hookah Lounge. He was 26.
New Music: CyHi Ft. Canjelae “Ryder”
Watch out for the riders. CyHi makes his triumphant return with “Ryder”, his first single in over three years. Anchored by Canjelae’s savory vocals and a jazz production by Trizzy, Slim Wave, and Lance, CyHi details a deadly carjack and a conversation with his mom on street survival. Be safe. The track arrives off the heels of his video series, The Hardway Musicals Presents: Barcode, streaming on TIDAL.
New Video: Roc Marciano “Downtown 81”
Roc Marciano released his Mt. Marci earlier this week, and hits “Downtown 81” for its first video. Directed by Jason Goldwatch, the Strong Island MC takes his traveling excursion out to the Far East. He rides the Tokyo trains, visits local markets, shrines and famous landmarks. Catch him if you can.
New Video: SAINt JHN Ft. DaBaby, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie “Monica Lewinsky, Election Year”
SAINt JHN keeps it picture perfect in his While The World Was Burning‘s new music video co-starring DaBaby and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie. On the set of an exotic photoshoot, SAINt JHN croons for his baby girl along the sands with an array of female models. DaBaby poses in all Gucci while the ladies strike poses in glass boxes. A Boogie takes the spotlight while ripping the runway on water. Say cheese.
New Video: IDK “2 Cents”
IDK puts in his “2 Cents” for the first single off his forthcoming album. Over a bass-infused soundbed, the D.M.V. rapper gets a few things off his chest while frolicing in the country. He watches the sunrise with his lady, turns up with African dancers outside of a church and gets wheelbarrowed into the field in the multi-color filtered sky.
New Video: Saweetie Ft. Jhene Aiko “Back To The Streets”
La-da-dee-da-dee-da. Saweetie takes it from “Back To The Streets” to a fantasy world in the video to her latest single featuring Jhene Aiko Directed by Daniel Russel, the clip begins with a young Diamonte Harper at home before shifting to her present day self. The Icy GRL rides her bicycle through the streets, on top of clouds in a pink sky, and then hits the wig shop before joining Jhene Aiko in a magical forest full of elegant florals and […]
New Video: Chief Keef, Mike WiLL Made-It “Status”
Bang Bang. Chief Keef puts ’em in the dirt on his new single produced by Mike WiLL Made-It. Help bringing the murderous track to life, the matching visual depicts the Glory Boy Sosa riding with his masked female bandits, pulling heists, kidnapping, and dumping bodies into the ground. Get a farm and get some cabbage.
New Video: Blac Youngsta Ft. Lil Migo, J90 “Get Here”
Blac Youngsta stomping with the big dogs in the latest video off his Fuck Everybody 3. In the white tees and crisp Air Force Ones, Lil Migo, J90, and the rest of the gang turn up and march beside a couple of Lambos waving their guns and bandanas. A-ten-hut!
New Video: French Montana Ft. Rafi Malice, Max B “Paradise”
French Montana takes it to “Paradise” in the latest music video off his newly release project, CB5. Drawing inspiration from the LP’s artwork, the animated video finds the three’s journey to the promised land. Along their way, they ride on speed jets, luxury flying cars, and a yacht carried by a blimp, before making their way to lavish mansion on top of the world. Haan!
New Video: Big Sean Ft. Post Malone “Wolves”
Big Sean and Post Malone unleash the “Wolves” in the latest music video off Big Sean’s Detroit 2 album. On a platform beside a red full moon, the two preach the importance of family loyalty accompanied by symbolic images including wolves, clones of tribal warriors, mannequin cops, and family members including Big Sean’s mother, Myra Anderson.
New Video: Lil Tjay “Move On”
Lil Tjay’s is on the verge to “Move On” in the accompanying music video to his new single. Directed by ThriceCooked, Lil Tjay hits the big screen in hopes to win his ex back. He trails her on her date at the theater, takes over the film booth, and stars in various films before reuniting in their seats. Mama I made it.
New Video: DaBaby “Gucci Peacoat”
Long Live G. Fresh off the release of his My Brother’s Keeper (Long Live G), DaBaby pays his respects for his big bro. Touching down in Charlotte in his “Gucci Peacoat”, DaBaby attends his brother’s Glenn Johnson’s funeral with family members and friends. Glenn Johnson died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound on November 3 in Charlotte, North Carolina. He was 34.
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