Tawny Kitaen, who shot to fame in the 1980s by appearing in multiple Whitesnake videos like “Here I Go Again,” “In the Still of the Night” and “Is This Love,” has died at the age of 59. According to the Orange County coroner’s office, she died at her home in Newport Beach, California on Friday. […]
Kodak Black lets the stick rip on his new track featuring Pooh Shiesty and Syko Bob. On the Sniper Gang and 1017 affair, the trio deliver their menacing flows over a trapped out beat.
Loyalty no option. Tee Grizzley gets his sneaks covered in blood in his Built For Whatever‘s new video featuring Lil Durk. Directed by Ben Marc, Tee Grizzley and his occupants are caught in middle of a fatal drive-by, while Durkio reflects on the street life from the crib.
Shawn Smith adds the Philly touch to Drake and Rick Ross’ “Lemon Pepper Freestye”. Shot by Make Wonders, the lyricist from the City of Brotherly Love walks through his city at night with nothing but rhymes galore. Dig in.
Remix. Common revisits his A Beautiful Revolution Pt. 1 album’s standout track with his remix featuring Damian “Jr. Gong” Marley. Produced by Marley and Karriem Riggins, the legendary reggae artist adds his Island flavor to the hit record.
G Flocca. G Perico “Doin Floccs” in his the latest music video off his recent EP, No Love In LA. Illuminated in blue lights, the Los Angeles rapper pulls up with his Innerprize crew and congregates with the locals on a random night in the hood.
Drank. Hot off the release of his Still Taking Risks mixtape, Quando Rondo pours up with his gang in the project’s new video. Directed by Rich Ported, the Atlanta rapper gets loose with a few cups of lean, a whole lot of money and wilds out with his crew at a few local night spots.
Gotem After causing pandemonia with “Beat Box”, SpotemGotem finally shifts his focus to his new drop, “Federal”. In the newly released video, the 19-year-old rapper from Jacksonville, FL busts a few raps while lifting heavy racks of paper, tons of jewelry, and a few whips.
Hello Brooklyn. Young M.A and Fivio Foreign spit game for the hotties with “Hello Baby”, their new collaboration produced by Mike Zombie In set lit in red and blue, the two Brooklynites turn up with their cliques by a couple of Lambos and a bevy of scantily-clad eye-candy. Can’t have ’em, baby. “Hello Baby” follows […]
Guess who’s back. Flipp Dinero’s back like he’s never left with his first single of the year and the matching visuals. Over Kasino and Sonni’s rattling beat, the “Leave Me Alone” hitmaker from Brooklyn cruises through New York in fly whip and parades baddie dancing for dollar bills. This marks Flipp’s first record since last […]