Uncle Murda ft. Que Banz “I Ain’t Kanye,” Skepta “Pure Water” & More | Daily Visuals 11.1.18

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We guess you can count Uncle Murda as one of Kanye West’s latest critics… kinda.

Linking up with Que Banz for the visual to “I Ain’t Kanye,” Uncle Murda and company reimagine “Drip Too Hard” while politicking in the studio with a bevy of thick young women. Don’t let the title fool you though, they ain’t really go hard on the MAGA rapper. They just had some fun with his name.

Meanwhile in a country whose leader isn’t blatantly racist, UK rapper Skepta keeps himself with some attractive company that would make T’Challa proud in his black-and-white clip to “Pure Water.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from OSBS featuring 2 Chainz, Rich The Kid featuring YG, and more.

UNCLE MURDA FT. QUE BANZ – “I AIN’T KANYE”

SKEPTA – “PURE WATER”

OSBS FT. 2 CHAINZ – “I KNOW”

RICH THE KID FT. YG – “MO PAPER”

VA-CAY FT. JMO – “OFF-WHITE”

D FLOWERS – “B*TCH ASS”

BALI BABY – “RESURRECTION INTRO”

STEVEN B THE GREAT FT. SNAP DOGG – “HITMAN”

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A$AP Rocky ft. Skepta “Praise The Lord,” Rita Ora ft. Cardi B “Girls” & More | Daily Visuals 6.6.18

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A little more than a week ago A$ AP Rocky released his highly anticipated album, Testing, and already he comes through with a video for the album’s standout cut.

Linking up with London grime artist/rapper Skepta for the clip to “Praise The Lord,” Flacko, the split-screen feature showcases both artists in their respective countries to demonstrate just how similar life is in the hood regardless of continent.

On a whole different tip, Rita Ora recruits Cardi B, Bebe Rexha and Charlie XCX to represent for women who prefer female company in the visuals to “Girls.”

Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Dave East featuring D Jones, Curren$ y and Harry Fraud featuring Smoke DZA, and more.

A$ AP ROCKY FT. SKEPTA – “PRAISE THE LORD”

RITA ORA FT. CARDI B, BEBE REXHA & CHARLIE XCX – “GIRLS”

DAVE EAST FT. D JONES – “FEELIN A WAY”

CURREN$ Y & HARRY FRAUD FT. SMOKE DZA – “14 PACKS”

OG MACO & G.U.N – “MONEY TALK”

DA$ H – “SENSAI”

BIG LENDO – “DIMENSIONS”

REJJIE SNOW – “CHARLIE BROWN”

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Snoop Dogg ft. October London “Go On,” Skepta ft. A$AP Rocky & A$AP Nast “Ghost Ride” & More | Daily Visuals 12.11.17

Snoop Dogg knows that you’re only as young as you feel and judging from the way he lives his life the Hip-Hop OG loves to live by Jay-Z’s mantra, 40 is the new 20.

In his visuals to the October London assisted “Go On” that much is evident as the Doggfather throws a pool party where it seems like anyone over 35 isn’t allowed unless it’s Snoop himself of course.

Meanwhile over in UK Skepta is joined by A$ AP Rocky and A$ AP Nast in his clip to “Ghost Ride” which features some old school gritty cinematography reminiscent of our beloved Video Music Box days.

Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from China Mac featuring Young M.A, Lil Durk & Tee Grizzley, and more.

 

SNOOP DOGG FT. OCTOBER LONDON – “GO ON”

 

 

SKEPTA FT. A$ AP ROCKY & A$ AP NAST – “GHOST RIDE”

 

 

CHINA MAC FT. YOUNG M.A – “SAY A PRAYER”

 

 

LIL DURK & TEE GRIZZLEY – “FLYERS UP”

BOOSIE BADAZZ – “Me, Myself & I”

 

YUNG LEAN – “RED BOTTOM SKY”

BLOCK 125 & TOMMY GUNN – “OUT THE DIRT”

 

BRAINSTORM – “VICES”

 


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Skepta Upholds A Halloween Tradition With Surprise ‘Vicious EP’

Skepta performs with BBK during Boy Better Know Takeover in August 2017. The grime star drops his latest project

The London grime god gets ghoulish on six new tracks, complete with features from A$ AP Rocky, Lil B and more.

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Wiz Kid – Ojuelegba (Remix) Feat. Drake and Skepta

Drake has been one of the many artists to show love for the expansion of Hip Hop through Grime. The Toronto rapper’s favorite Grime artist happens to be London rapper Skepta. Recently, the two collab together to remix Wiz Kid’s “Ojuelegba”. Note that this may be the first of many songs that Drake and Skepta will collab on. Check out the track below.


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Drake Brings Skepta Out During His Set At Wireless 2015

Wirefest is going down in London, and the lineup features several big names from Public Enemy to Chance the Rapper. However, the star that headlined the music festival was none other than Drake. During his set, the Young Money rapper brought out UK-based rapper, Skepta, to perform his single “Shutdown”. Check out the video below from LinkUpTV.

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British Rapper Skepta Talks Working With Drake & Earl Sweatshirt For His “Konnichiwa” Album

(AllHipHop News) American audiences may not be as familiar with English grime artist Joseph “Skepta” Adenuga as music fans from across the pond, but Hip Hop stars from the States are well aware of the 32-year-old North London native.

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Skepta a got a huge shout-out from Kanye West at the BRIT Awards in February. The GOOD Music boss debuted his single “All Day” at the ceremony, and Ye hand-picked Skepta to gather 30 people to join him during the fire cannon filled televised performance.

Besides Mr. West, Skepta has also made fans out of OVO leader Drake and Odd Future affiliate Earl Sweatshirt. A new cover story with Fader reveals Skepta set up studio time with both North American rappers.

But the question was asked if Skepta’s collaborations with Drizzy and Earl will cause him to bend to their respective musical styles. Or does the emcee/producer expect for the two performers to fall into the sound being established for his upcoming Konnichiwa album?

“I put P Diddy on a f*cking grime tune. I don’t care what they feel about it. They have to come on my wave – that’s the only thing that’s going to give my album what it needs,” said Skepta. “I understand the objective now, and I ain’t going to f*cking America to shoot a video. They need to come to the roads with me.”

Skepta is serious about creating a project that reflects his experiences, his lifestyle, and his city. The Nigerian descendant recognized the contrasts between the atmosphere of London versus the glamorous vibe of Hollywood.

“England is so black and white, so plain, like a burger with nothing on it. No salad, nothing. That’s why it’s so real,” Skepta added.

He continued, “I want anybody from around the world to be able to listen to the album and know it comes from London – from the beats, not just the vocals.”

[ALSO READ: Idris Elba Raps On U.K Artist Skepta’s Remix Of “Shutdown”]

Watch the video for Skepta’s “Shutdown” below.


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