He was convicted of killing brothers Kendrick and Kendred Bishop in 2015.
This time around the ATLien duo go from the trap house to a manor for the clip to “Mink Flow” where the two hole up in a spooky mansion draped in minks while turning up next to big snakes and exotic looking women.
Nav and Lil Uzi Vert meanwhile go the cartoon route for their visuals to “Wanted You” where their animated selves get down in a studio and meat locker. They couldn’t shoot this kind of concept this in real life?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Victor Oladipo, Chanel West Coast, and more.
FUTURE & YOUNG THUG – “MINK FLOW”
NAV FT. LIL UZI VERT – “WANTED YOU”
VICTOR OLADIPO – “ONE DAY”
CHANEL WEST COAST – “NOBODY”
EVIDENCE – “10,000 HOURS”
PAPER PAULK – “GOING FAR”
REXX LIFE RAJ – “NOT MY FRIEND”
TOWKIO FT. TEDDY JACKSON – “SYMPHONY”
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The day of judgement grows near for Widner Degruy, better known to the general public as the Young Money rapper Flow. The 23-year-old New Orleans citizen has been ducking law enforcement since Memorial Day after he and his accomplice, Jonathan Evans, were accused of killing two brothers, Kendred and Kendrick “Muddycupbuddy” Bishop.
NOLA is reporting that Degruy was booked and charged with two counts of second-degree murder yesterday, Wednesday (July 1) in Baton Rouge. Evans was arrested for the same charges on Saturday, June 27.
“Mr. Degruy stated he attempted to call the police; however the screen to his phone was cracked,” the arrest warrant stated. “Mr. Degruy became angry and slammed his phone to the ground. After becoming angry, Mr. Degruy leaves his phone and relocate(s) to his residence …”
Degruy was also questioned shortly after the shootings but police still let him go despite the “inconsistent statements” regarding his whereabouts the time the Bishop brothers were gunned down.
At the tail end of 2014, Degruy made his national debut alongside Young Money el captain Lil Wayne on the song “Off Day,” that was once considered for Tha Carter V album. His next entry into the media was this here shooting.
Life comes at you fast when you don’t control the pace. Also, there’s this Instagram post that could sway both sides of the case.
Photo: New Orleans Parish Sheriff’s Office
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Police have obtained a warrant for the arrest of New Orleans rapper Widner “Flow” Degruy, who they said is wanted in connection with the double murder of two brothers last week.
Kendrick and Kendred Bishop, ages 22 and 18, were found shot early May 25 inside a black Kia sedan in the 4800 block of Bright Drive in eastern New Orleans. Both died there, police said. Investigators have not released information on a motive for the shooting.
NOPD said surveillance video showed Degruy, 23, and a second unidentified suspect “possibly running from the scene and making a purchase at a nearby store.” Degruy appears in the video wearing a dark colored hooded shirt, police said. The other suspect wears a hat and short pants.
Degruy was signed to Lil Wayne’s Young Money Entertainment label in 2012. He would face two charges of second-degree murder, police said, and was identified as a suspect during Detective Gregory Johnson’s investigation.
The essence of J Dilla continues to grace Hip-Hop with his presence as Slum Village unveils the visuals to the Dilla produced “Expressive” off their upcoming eighth studio project, Yes!
Also keeping the memory of one of our fallen heroes alive is Sheek Louch who pays homage to Guru and Gang Starr by spitting a mischievously militant freestyle over the legendary “DWYCK” instrumental on “Gangstar Flow.”
Don’t forget to check the rest of today’s latest clips which include work from Future, Lil Durk, and Imasu!.
SLUM VILLIAGE FEAT. BJ THE CHICAGO KID, ILLA J, ROSEWOOD 2055 – “EXPRESSIVE”
SHEEK LOUCH – “GANGSTAR FLOW”
FUTURE – “NO COMPRADRE”
LIL DURK – “WHAT YOUR LIFE LIKE”
IMASU! – “INTERLUDE”
MARIAH CAREY – “INFINITY”
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Access takes a look back at 2005’s ‘Hustle & Flow,’ where Terrence Howard earned an Oscar, Globe nomination and a big-time fan – Will Smith!