Mally Mall and Swae Lee can always visit the L.A. Zoo if they want to see jungle cats and monkeys … because there’s little to no chance they’re getting their exotic pets back. Law enforcement sources tell TMZ … after Mally’s Serval cat and…
Before this past December Swae Lee and Post Malone’s collaboration “Sunflower” was getting major buzz but their single saw itself take an amazing ascension when it was featured in the smash film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.
Today the Rae Sremmurd member and rock’s version of Shia LaBeouf finally drop a black-and-white visual for the hit single in which we watch them craft the song in the studio and perform it on stage for their adoring fans. Really expected more for such a huge song but to each his own.
Indiana Pacers star player Victor Oladipo meanwhile continues to chase his music dreams and for his clip to “Forward” tries to woo an exotic young lady off her feet. Real talk, homie got some skills and had he not been in the NBA would probably get taken more serious. Just sayin.’ Keep balling though, b.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Key Glock, Stro, and more.
SWAE LEE FT. POST MALONE – “SUNFLOWER”
VICTOR OLADIPO – “FORWARD”
KEY GLOCK – “BOTTOME OF THE POT”
STRO – “WATERS”
GOLDLINK – “JUSTINE’S INTERLUDE”
DREEZY FT. KASH DOLL – “CHANEL SLIDES”
Wiz Khalifa might’ve gotten brolic practicing how to kick ass MMA style but ultimately he’s more a lover than a fighter.
He states as much in his Swae Lee assisted visuals to “Hopeless Romantic” in which the mixed martial artist emcee finds himself lamping in a land comprised of naked women. Talk about the land of milk and honey.
You can now count MF Doom amongst Kanye West’s rap peers who ain’t too pleased about his “MAGA” manner of thinking. For the animated visuals to DJ Muggs and MF Doom’s “Assassination Day,” the two imagine how the shooting of a 2020 Presidential candidate Kanye “MAGA” West would play out. Coooold blooded!
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Dave East featuring BlocBoy JB, Bow Wow, and more.