No beat, no problem. Tee Grizzley celebrated the release of his Built For Whatever album at Power 106 with the LA Leakers. Put in the hot seat, the Detroit MC kicked an acapella rap where he touched on family, the opps, success, police brutality, and more.
Ante up. Moneybagg Yo plays the game like chess in his new video featuring Polo G and Lil Durk. Opened with a scene of an arrest, the Moneybagg Yo, Polo G and Durkio detail the lament on the street life with members of their crew and at a crap table with women in lingerie. The […]
Nasty but classy. Plies is nasty as he wants to be in the video to his latest single featuring Yung Bleu. At a lush pad full of eye-candy, the two parade around a bevy of freaky women. Yung Bleu enjoys a game of poker at a table full of baddies, while Plies indulges in a […]
Protect our women at all costs. Trae Tha Truth pays tribute to the countless female victims of police brutality and the families affected in his powerful music video. The clip also depicts a young female purchasing a car and then being physically approached by police before Trae comes to her defense with a tragic ending. […]
Hurry up and buy. Young Nudy and G Herbo link for “2Face”, the latest track off Yung Nudy’s upcoming album, Dr. EV4L dropping May 18. Over a Coupe and Mojo Krazy beat, the Young Nudy and G Herbo congregate at an Atlanta Texaco where they mob with their crew and mingle with the locals. Co-directed […]
Amen. Tee Grizzley’s “Built For Whatever” in the matching visuals to his new album’s title track. For the introspective anthem, the Detroit rapper details his perseverance during his studio sessions, family time, walks through the city and through the eyes of his virtual video game.
Choppers on choppers. Young Dolph and Key Glock bring the surf and turf in their Dum & Dummer 2 album’s new video. Parading around a few strippers and a ton of money, Key Glock claims the greatest of all time in front of a goat and dolphin mural, while Dolph certifies his drip on a […]
Season Se7en. Bronze Nazareth and Recognize Ali welcome us to Grand Rapids, Michigan in their joint album Season Of The Seven‘s title track. From the corporate city to the poverty-driven neighborhoods, the Wu-Element producer and the Ghanaian wordsmith bring their nostalgic sound and raw lyrics through various spots including the inner-city blocks, an abandoned warehouse, […]
The road to The Off-Season. J.Cole’s set to release his album The Off-Season this Friday (May 14), and shares its complimentary short-film, Applying Pressure: The Off-Season Documentary. Executive produced by himself and Ibrahim Hamad, Jermaine walks us through the album’s creating process including its most recent track “Interlude“, and shares a behind the scenes look […]
Never forget. Blxst doesn’t forget in his feature presentation featuring Drakeo The Ruler. Directed by Blu, the black-and-white clip follows a kidnapping in Los Angeles and the two collaborators torturing their victim inside a warehouse. The track is off Blxst two-track EP Just For Clarity, which also features the Russ-assisted “Fuck Boys“