Source: NEW YORK, NY – APRIL 21: Styles P performs during the Ruff Ryders Reunion Concert at Barclays Center on April 21, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)
A few months ago Styles P came through with a tough as leather project in G-Host and today one third of The LOX comes through with a video for one of the album’s standout tracks.
In his visuals to “Morning Mourning” Style PeNiro narrates the story of an attempted murder gone wrong when an innocent child gets caught in the middle. An all too familiar situation when it comes to gun violence in the US.
Back on the west coast E-40 keeps the Bay a buzzing with his OG flow and exclusive lingo in his clip to the Yhung T.O. assisted clip to “These Days.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from The Black Eyed Peas, Too $ hort, and more.
Machine Gun Kelly’s been enjoying a healthy dose of publicity thanks to his out of the blue battle with some rapper from Detroit you might’ve heard of called Eminem (we playing) and with his latest EP Binge dropping today, it really couldn’t have come at a better time.
Continuing to strike while the iron’s hot, MGK comes through with a black-and-white visual for “LATELY” in which the rapper from The Land goes through the motions and indulges in cancer sticks and liquid courage like it’s candy.
Speaking of indulging, Jay Critch and his crew roll through the night puffing on spliffs and popping bottles in his clip to “Ego.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Chris Ries, OMB Peezy, and more.
While the rap game continues to become more about the glitz and glamor that come with the fame, there are still a few artists who represent the gutter and gullyness Hip-Hop was founded on.
Uncle Murda and Dave East happen to be such artists and link up for the clip to “Hold Up” where the two New Yorkers hole up at a secluded spot where the cars are foreign, the women exotic, and the dead president’s are American.
Going from NYC to ATL, 6lack calls on Future for the clip to “East Atlanta Love Letter” where viewers get an idea of what the night life is like in the city that helped make Donald Glover a fan favorite actor. Seriously, how long before we get a new season of Atlanta?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ghostface Killa featuring Kxng Crooked, Benny The Butcher and .38 Spesh, Soulja Boy, and more.
UNCLE MURDA & DAVE EAST – “HOLD UP”
6LACK FT. FUTURE – “EAST ATLANTA LOVE LETTER”
GHOSTFACE KILLAH FT. KXNG CROOKED, BENNY THE BUTCHER & .38 SPESH – “BUCKINGHAM PALACE”
Wiz Khalifa’s been going hard as of late dropping new clips on the regular and today keeps his weekly streak going.
This time around the Pittsburgh representative takes his talents to the supermarket for the Lil Skies assisted visual to “Fr Fr,” where the two roam the isles of the market burning on the chronic and getting lit with the customers. If this is one of those 24 hour spots it must be bumping after midnight.
Back in Hollywood Jaden Smith continues to explore a career in music and for his clip to “The Passion” gets his rapid rap on under the hue of a lavender sky. Great view, man.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tyga, Ella Mai, and more.
WIZ KHALIFA FT. LIL SKIES – “FR FR”
JADEN SMITH – “THE PASSION”
TYGA – “SWAP MEET”
ELLA MAI – “TRIP”
DOWNTOWN DION & HARRY FRAUD – “ALL DAY”
ACE CLARK FT. SKYZOO & TOMMY VERSAILLES – “HARD TO BREATHE”
Just when it seemed like the drama between Tekashi 6ix9ine and YG was just about dead, the LA rapper decided to throw some gas on the fire to close out the summer.
Linking up with Jay 305 for the clip to “Bulletproof,” YG imagines just how bad a rainbow haired Tekashi 6ix9ine would b*tch up if he ever found himself locked up behind bars in Los Angeles while being labeled a pedophile. Being locked up with rainbow hair would be a bad look for any man but being labeled a child molester might as well be a death warrant.
Ciara meanwhile uses a collage of video clips and pictures of Black folks at their proudest and happiest moments in the black-and-white visual to “Dose.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Mozzy featuring Ty Dolla $ ign, Kevin George, and more.
YG FT. JAY 305 – “BULLETPROOF”
CIARA – “DOSE”
MOZZY FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “THUGZ MANSION”
KEVIN GEORGE – “CALL ME WHEN YOU’RE SOBER”
JEAN GRAE & QUELLE CHRIS – “MY CONTRIBUTION TO THIS SCAM”
ACE CLARK FT. SKYZOO & TOMMY VERSAILLES – “HARD TO BREATHE”
While the world waits to see if Eminem conjures up the spirit of Slim Shady and responds to darts from Machine Gun Kelly, Ja Rule and maybe even Lupe Fiasco, he’s taking his time recording visuals for his true blue fans to enjoy.
Just a week and change after releasing the video for “Fall,” Mr. Mathers comes through with a post apocalyptic-ish visual for the Joyner Lucas assisted “Lucky You” which features Em and JL rocking out to an audience of, well, we’re not sure. Do seem to be fans though.
Future meanwhile gets artistic with it and in his clip to “31 Days” uses some puppet animation and cut out background scenes to get his point across.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kevin Gates, Phresher featuring Dream Doll and Jay Critch, and more.
It seems like Future and Young Thug are so attached at the hip that they’re even doing guest appearances together.
The 2018 Southern version of Red and Meth hop on Young Scooter’s visual to “Trippple Cross” where the trio hang with some masked goons that are holding an upside down American flag while strapped with explosives. How long before Trumpians lose their collective sh*t and begin to call for these men to get out of their Amerikkka?
On a lighter note Jim Jones leaves behind the concrete jungle for some fun in the sun and clear water beaches in his jealousy inducing clip to the Eric Bellinger assisted “Living My Best Life.” No Lil Duval cameo?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Curren$ y featuring Harry Fraud, IDK, and more.
YOUNG SCOOTER FT. FUTURE & YOUNG THUG – “TRIPPPLE CROSS”
JIM JONES FT. ERIC BELLINGER – “LIVING MY BEST LIFE”
CURREN$ Y FT. HARRY FRAUD – “SIXTY-SEVEN TURBO JET”
Earlier this summer Dave East dropped some heat in his Karma 2 mixtape and though we’re on the cusp of Fall, East is done keeping the streets hot.
Coming through with some visuals for “I Don’t Understand,” the Harlem rapper gets his acting on for a minute and has his crew back down a rival gang while East walks away with their shorty. Guess she wasn’t a ride or die.
Keeping things in the city that never sleeps the Drama King DJ Kay Slay puts together a lyrical coalition for the clip to “Back To Bars” and recruits the talents of Joell Ortiz, Vado, Jon Connor, Mysonne, Fred The Godson & Nino Man.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Blac Youngsta, The O’My’s featuring Chance The Rapper, and more.
DAVE EAST – “I DON’T UNDERSTAND”
DJ KAY SLAY FT. JOELL ORTIZ, JON CONNOR, LOCKSMITH, VADO, FRED THE GODSON, MYSONNE & NINO MAN – “BACK TO BARS”
Source: INGLEWOOD, CA – AUGUST 27: Young M.A attends the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards at The Forum on August 27, 2017 in Inglewood, California. (Photo by Frazer Harrison/Getty Images)
Before Cardi B and Tekashi 6ix9ine took a chokehold on the New York rap scene with their colorful personalities, Young M.A was steadily building her brand by reminding everyone that the city that never sleeps was keeping it as gully as ever.
Looking to get back to the forefront of the Big Apple pack the Brooklyn rapper returns with clip for the KorLeon assisted “Wahlinn” in which she cools off during this hot summer with some jet skis, bottles of bubbly, and stacks of blue Benjamins. Cash is mostly made out of cotton and cotton keeps you cool in the heat and Young M.A is obviously aware of this which is why she walks around with bricks of cotton cash in the summer.
Speaking of cash, Curren$ y sits in a big boy toy while burning on some piff and zoning into the stars for his visual to “300 Thousand.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Mark Steele, Arin Ray featuring DRAM, and more.
Eminem didn’t necessarily ether rappers on his latest album, Kamikaze, but he sure as hell had a little venom for them.
In his visual to “Fall,” Em finds himself dealing with the negative fallout from his previous album, Revival, and ultimately ends up on the run from a shadow that’s stalking him like George Zimmerman.
Back on the block DJ Durel and the Migos cool off with some friends and fam at a block party where everyone’s turning up OG style in the early 90’s themed clip to “Hot Summer.” No one opened the pump for old school’s sake?
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Rich The Kid, Kxng Crooked and Family Bvsiness, and more.
EMINEM – “FALL”
DJ DUREL & MIGOS – “HOT SUMMER”
RICH THE KID – “LEAVE ME”
KXNG CROOKED & FAMILY BVSINESS – “WELCOME TO CALIFORNIA”
MYA – “GOT MY OWN”
BLAC YOUNGSTA – “UH UH”
AL JAZEERE – “OG BOBBY PT 2”
KRIS THE $ PIRIT – “RACK$ ”
SAUCE WALKA FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “MONEY GANG”
Future sure does love throwing a mansion party where the women are half-naked and don’t mind twerking.
In his NSFW visual to “WIFI LIT” that’s exactly how things play out plus more as the women attending find themselves not only participating in a party but also making some soft porn with Future in the director’s chair. Future going for an AVN Award this year?
Tekashi 6ix9ine meanwhile decided to take a break from gangsta rap and get his Spanglish on and make auto-tuned joints for the thick women of Mexico in his Anuel AA assisted clip to “BEBE.” Even though he’s 50’s man he seems to be going down the same road Ja Rule did. Just sayin.’
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from the Black Eyed Peas, Young Dolph featuring Key Glock, and more.
Lil Uzi Vert recently had a Bible thrown at him during an onstage performance and while it might’ve interrupted him for a second it surely hasn’t stopped him from continuing to rap.
While his fans await for his upcoming LP Eternal Atake, Uzi keeps feeding them appetizers and today’s no different as he drops a quick “Free Smooth Freestyle” where he drops some bars off the top of his head with a few friends who do the same.
Back on the west coast Saweetie and London On Da Track turn up from the race track to the baseball diamond in the G-Eazy and Rich The Kid assisted clip to “Up Now.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Boogie, Tommy Genesis, and more.
LIL UZI VERT – “FREE SMOOTH FREESTYLE”
SAWEETIE & LONDON ON DA TRACK FT. G-EAZY AND RICH THE KID – “UP NOW”
E-40 is basically three decades strong in the game (respect) and is still spitting like his future in the rap game depended on it.
Continuing to rep the left coast the Bay Area OG links up with Vince Staples and G Perico in the visual to “Ain’t Talking Bout Nothing” where the three get hyphy in a garage where the lights switch colors like fools who claim sets based on popularity. We see y’all.
Somewhere else in the night Hoodrich Pablo Juan and BlocBoy JB get together and get lit with some thick women who like to play with fire in the clip to “Tik Tok.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Summer Walker, Tobi Lou, and more.
E-40 FT. VINCE STAPLES & G PERICO – “AIN’T TALKING BOUT NOTHING”
We’re not sure how the whole naming a song after a living celebrity thing started but it’s still going strong and Tory Lanez is the latest artist to follow the trend.
Getting ready to hop in a private jet for his video to “Kendall Jenner Music,” Lanez sports blocks of ice on his chest while keeping some Hennessey on chill while the plane gets ready for takeoff. Does Kendall Jenner really deserve to get a Hip-Hop song named after her though?
Wiz Khalifa meanwhile continues his onslaught of clip droppin’ and comes through with a visual for “Goin Hard” where the dress code for his house party was bras, bathing suits, and thongs. Any women rocking jeans were probably turned away at the door regardless of how low and tight they were.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Miguel, Kooda B, and more.
TORY LANEZ – “KENDALL JENNER MUSIC”
WIZ KHALIFA – “GOIN HARD”
MIGUEL – “BANANA CLIP (SPANISH VERSION)”
TOO $ HORT FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN, JEREMIH, FRENCH MONTANA & JOYNER LUCAS – “AIN’T MY GIRLFRIEND”
KOODA B – “6IX9INE”
YBN NAHMIR – “NO RELATIONS”
MPR TITO FT. HOODRICH PABLO JUAN – “KICK DOWN YO DOOR”
Everyone knows that them backroom gambling spots in the hood get it poppin’ but few ever really make it the theme for their music videos. Uncle Murda decided it was time for him to shine a light on said shady environment… kinda.
The Brooklyn rapper takes it to the underground for his Que assisted video to “Bank Now” where Uncle and his nephews roll dice like high rollers in a spot where ain’t nobody paid the light bill. Seriously, they was depending on the street light coming in through the windows for brightness.
Fat Trel meanwhile took his talents to the strip club where he made it rain (like rappers used to do) and got turnt up with his crew and the club’s talent in the visual to “Mo Trilla.”
Check out the rest of todays drops including work from Shy Glizzy featuring Tory Lanez and Gunna, Russ, and more.
UNCLE MURDA FT. QUE – “BANK NOW”
FAT TREL – “MO TRILLA”
SHY GLIZZY FT. TORY LANEZ & GUNNA – “DO YOU UNDERSTAND”
K’RON FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “NO BFS”
RUSS – “THE FLUTE SONG”
LEEKY BANDZ FT. YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN – “SLEEPIN”
While Migos fans patiently wait for the long awaited solo debut album from Quavo, he continues to serve up appetizers before the main course.
This time around the ATLien finds himself getting his ass handed to him on a plate after getting involved with the boss’s niece in his forbidden love themed clip to “W O R K I N M E.”
Speaking about bosses, two OG’s of the Hip-Hop game come together as Noreaga and Fabolous link up for the black-and-white visual to “Big Chain.” We wonder if they’d get T-Pain for a remix and call it “Big Ass Chain.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Method Man, Bas featuring J. Cole, and more.
It’s Young Thug’s birthday and album release week so you knew he was going to go and drop some new ish for his fans.
A day after getting locked up for turning up too hard, Young Thug drops a new tripped out visual for “Gain Clout” where Thugger flaunts ice, women and a DoLorean? He woulda killed it had he had the Back To The Future Nike Air Mag kicks to go along with that whip.
Back in the present social injustice is just a relevant a topic as ever and it’s something that Logic addressed for his Ryan Tedder featured clip to “One Day.” Featuring actors such as Micheal Peña and Luis Guzmán, the video serves as a reminder that regardless of what race you are and what you believe in at the end of the day our survival rests on our humanity.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Wifisfuneral, S. Loyal featuring Too $ hort, and more.
As if getting kidnapped and beaten wasn’t bad enough, Tekashi 6ix9ine’s now getting jacked for his beats.
Rick Ross and Omelly have decided to take 6ix9ine’s biggest hit for their own in their clip to “Gummo” the duo get their Ruff Ryde on and storm the streets with two-wheeling and ATV riding goons. That Ruff Ryde reference went over many a millennial’s heads.
Back at the ranch Lil Yachty visits his white fans in the burbs while Trippie Redd burns on some trees in the woods for their visuals to “66.”
Check out the rest of todays drops including work from AZ, A.B.Y.SS and Lamone, Tonedeff, and more.
RICK ROSS & OMELLY – “GUMMO”
LIL YACHTY FT. TRIPPIE REDD – “66”
AZ, AB.Y.SS & LAMONE – “LEGEND”
TONEDEFF – “FIVE SISTERS”
SAM SNEAK FT. JUST BRITTANY & COZY – “HIT HER WITH DA D”
Source: NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 15: Quavo of Migos performs onstage during Day 1 of The Meadows Music & Arts Festival at Citi Field on September 15, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Taylor Hill/Getty Images for The Meadows Music & Arts Festival)
After years of teasing a solo project, Quavo is finally on his way to delivering his dolo debut and we now have the visuals for his first single.
In “L A M B T A L K” one third of the Migos flosses in front of a gang of Lamborghinis before the herd of Italian luxury automobiles take flight on the freeway. We wonder if Quavo did this “L A M B T A L K” dance after hustling Drake out of those 10 G’s.
Speaking of G’s, TDE’s newest artist Reason lets off his first clip under the TDE umbrella with “The Soul” where we witness REASON’s journey from the streets to the booth.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from G-Eazy featuring Blac Youngsta and BlocBoy JB, Valee, and more.
QUAVO – “L A M B T A L K”
REESE LAFLARE FT. YOUNG THUG – “NOSEBLEEDS”
REASON – “THE SOUL”
G-EAZY FT. BLAC YOUNGSTA & BLOCBOY JB – “DROP”
VALEE – “VLONE”
KIRKO BANGZ FT. TORY LANEZ & JACQUEES – “WORK SUMN”
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.
Source: Hip-hop artist Fabolous celebrates his birthday at Drai’s Beach Club at The Cromwell Featuring: Fabolous Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States When: 20 Nov 2015 Credit: Judy Eddy/WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
It’s always heartening to see the next generation of rappers collaborate with the OG’s of the game and then actually drop a video together.
Such is the case in the visuals for “Yeah Yeah” where we find Don Q and A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie link up with 50 Cent and Murda Beatz taking it from the streets of New York to the strip club. No one made it rain though? Them strippers must’ve went home disappointed after coming in on their day off for a 50 Cent video.
Fabolous meanwhile throws a pool party with Ty Dolla $ ign where the women partake in some cool water and a friendly game of poker in the clip to “Ooh Yeah.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tory Lanez featuring Moneybagg Yo, Cool Company featuring Roni, and more.
DON Q & A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE FT. 50 CENT & MURDA BEATZ – “YEAH YEAH”
FABOLOUS FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “OOH YEA”
TORY LANEZ FT. MONEYBAGG YO – “B.A.B.Y”
COOL COMPANY FT. RONI – “SUMMER SICKNESS”
BIG DON BINO – “BOARDING PASS”
SAUCE WALKA – “GHETTO GOSPEL”
BOBBY BRACKENS FT. MARC E. BASSY & P. LO – “WHIPLASH 2.0”
After a long ass slumber New York’s rider man, Jim Jones has been back on his grizzly for the past few months and today he’s lending his talents to Cali rapper, K$ upreme.
Linking up for the visuals to “Dip Flex,” Jim Jones and K$ upreme take to the dark streets of New York where they flaunt ice and cash while making us wonder when they actually shot this video. It’s been way too hot to be running around NYC in sweaters and long sleeve shirts.
Josh X meanwhile serenades a thick young woman on the coastline of Miami during the day while Rick Ross rides shotgun with the youngn’ at night in the visuals to “All On Me.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Bas featuring A$ AP Ferg, Nav featuring Travis Scott, and more.
Even though we do love fast cars and poppin’ bottles like we took home the trophy, Nascar never really found an audience in the hood. Until now… kinda.
In FKi 1st’s 2 Chainz and A$ AP Ferg assisted visual to “How I Feel” the trio find themselves celebrating a Nascar style victory complete with bottles, women, and a press conference.
Back in The Town, Mistah Fab turns up himself in a manner we’re more familiar with as he, Philthy Rich and Cookie money make it rain dead Bens in the strip club for his clip to “Still Ain’t Got No Money.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ayo & Teo featuring Lil Yachty, Lil Durk featuring Gunna and and more.
FKI 1ST FT. 2 CHAINZ, A$ AP FERG – “HOW I FEEL”
MISTAH FAB FT. PHILTHY RICH & COOKIE MONEY – “STILL AIN’T GOT NO MONEY”
Looks like the Black Love that Papoose and Remy Ma got going is inspiring their rap peers and got them thinking about finding their ride or die mamis.
For his visual to “Black Bonnie” Wale seems to be clear about the kind of woman he needs in his life as he dreams of someone who’d watch his back during the Black Panther movement to share a quiet dinner with him in an ’18 organic restaurant. Leave it to a rich rap star to find love at an organic restaurant while the rest of us cruise the lanes of these dollar stores shopping for lust.
Keeping with the theme of ride or die’s, Dreezy and her homegirls get ready to set it off big Cleo style so she can make it rain in the strip club for her clip to “Where Them $ @.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kap G, Nef The Pharaoh, and more.
It feels like just yesterday the Redman was inspiring his fans to fly up up to the sky, but since his glory days the Funk Doctor Spot’s been playing the background and enjoying the fruits of his labor.
Seemingly ready to get off his stankin’ ass to finally release his upcoming album Muddy Waters Too: Thee Album, Red comes through with a visual to “YA!” where he holds court underground with his team and a crew of thick and limber young women. Them young women seem close to learning ‘bout the ancient legend of “Superman Luva,” b.
Back in Brooklyn Uncle Murda and Que Bandz live it up and make it rain at the strip club for the visual to “Happy To Be Here.” We wondering if he’s borrowing all that ice from Pawn Rite. Just sayin.’
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ace Hood featuring Slim Diesel, A$ AP Ant & A$ AP Twelvyy, and more.
REDMAN – “YA!”
UNCLE MURDA FT. QUE BANDZ – “HAPPY TO BE HERE”
ACE HOOD FT. SLIM DIESEL – “FWEA”
A$ AP ANT & A$ AP TWELVYY – “SOUL REAVER”
STS & KHARI MATEEN FT. BUSTY & THE BASS – “LITTLE BROTHERS (REMIX)”
MOCHA BANDS – “LONGEVITY”
LIL DURK, OTF IKEY, DOODIE LO & BOOKA600 – “PLAY YOUR ROLE”
Source: NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 17: Vic Mensa performs onstage during TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 17, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Theo Wargo/Getty Images for TIDAL)
Troy Ave’s been making the most of his freedom before it’s put on the line and in the hands of a federal judge who’ll decide whether Ave will get shut down for a few years.
So until that day the Brooklyn rapper’s been grinding and dropping clips like a hitman and today comes through with a visual for “Feels” where he recreates the intro to The Cosby Show and plays off the whole “Pill” Cosby thing.
Vic Mensa meanwhile links up with Emmit Fenn in a bedroom where Fenn plays a piano and Mensa raps about the hardships of growing up in the hood in the clip to “Pouring Rain.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Blac Youngsta, Lil Mosey, and more.
Just last night A$ AP Rocky dropped a duet clip with his mans and ‘em, Tyler, The Creator, but if you thought Rocky would enjoy the rest of the week off, think again.
Linking up with fellow A$ AP Mob member Twelvyy and KEY! for the visual to “Crazy Brazy,” Pretty Flacko and ‘em find themselves turning up in a mental institution where the men are nuts and the women are too but seem sexually uninhibited.
Going from the crazy building to the beach, Lil Duval hooks up with Snoop Dogg and Ball Greezy to live his best life in Cali for the comedic clip to “Smile B*tch.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Baka Not Nice, A$ AP Ant, and more.
A$ AP ROCKY FT. A$ AP TWELVYY & KEY! – “CRAZY BRAZY”
LIL DUVAL FT. SNOOP DOGG & BALL GREEZY – “SMILE B*TCH”
BAKA NOT NICE – “JUNIOR HIGH”
A$ AP ANT – “LUCKY CHARMS”
MONEYBAGG YO – “BIGG FACTS”
THE INTERNET – “LA DI DA”
OMB PEEZY – “NO TIME TO WASTE”
MEREBA – “BLACK TRUCK”
LOKI FT. MADCHILD, VINNIE PAZ & THIRSTIN HOWL III – “KEEP IT MOVIN”
It’s been 6 years since Trayvon Martin was murdered for being Black in Amerikkka and while some people have forgotten why his murder was such a big deal, Black Thought has not.
For his visual to “Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story,” the Illadelphia MC pays tribute to the memory of Martin while reminding everyone that racism still runs rampant and unchecked all across the US.
Back in New York Tekashi 6ix9ine links up with Nicki Minaj for his clip to “FEFE” where the two play patty cake and share an ice cream cone. Wouldn’t be surprised if them goons that got 6ix9ine over the weekend would’ve made him run his ice cream cone too had he been eating one in that whip. SMH.
Check out the rest of todays drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Mya, Mario, and more.
BLACK THOUGHT – “REST IN POWER: THE TRAYVON MARTIN STORY”
Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 just dropped a few days ago so you know that Wiz was going to go hard in support of his latest baby.
Linking up with Problem for the clip to “Gin & Drugs,” Wiz sets up in front of a green screen which allows all kinds of crazy CGI action without ever leaving the soundstage.
Speaking of crazy CGI, Macklemore follows suit for his trippy visuals to the King Draino assisted clip to “How To Play The Flute” (pause) where he goes from a deity on a heavenly throne to Bob Ross with the paint brush.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Brockhampton, Valee, and more.
WIZ KHALIFA FT. PROBLEM – “GIN & DRUGS”
MACKLEMORE FT. KING DRAINO – “HOW TO PLAY THE FLUTE”
In a summer that’s seen quite a few big names drop new albums, Tory Lanez is looking to get some burn of his own when his upcoming Love Me Now? drops later this sweatin’ season.
To amp up his forthcoming album, Tory Lanez dropped a new clip for his Rich The Kid assisted “Talk To Me” where we find Tory in a few different settings with a few different females… and Tekashi69. That was hella random.
Meanwhile G-Eazy cruises the streets and the open waters in his Nef The Pharaoh and P-Lo featured visual to “Power.” That boat was made to hold 20 people but had at least 50 heads turning up. Gangsta.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Pure Powers, Lil Reese, and more.
Source: The Lox film on a street in New York Featuring: The Lox, Styles P, Sheek Louch, Jadakiss Where: NYC, New York, United States When: 10 Nov 2014 Credit: PNP/WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
Millennials have it good with their technological ways and all these days, but they’ll never know how truly glorious life was in the golden era of humanity: the 90’s.
Dave East and Rick Ross know this all too well as they link up for “Fresh Prince of Belaire” where the duo throw a 90’s theme party complete with loud ass clothing and a yellow taxi cab. We kinda feel like most people actually took an Uber to the video shoot but that’s neither here nor there.
Keeping with the 90’s, OG Hip-Hop group The Lox come through with a good ol’ cookout at the park where they’re surrounded by fam and friends for their clip to “I Don’t Care.” We wonder what they would’ve done had BBQ Becky called popo on them.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Jim Jones, PnB Rock, and more.
The Black Eyed Peas have really been going hard with their social-political content and their latest video continues to put a shine on today’s injustices and racial bias from law enforcement.
For BEP’s visual to “Get It” the Cali group demonstrates how law enforcement specifically target the Black and Hispanic community while Donald Trump enjoys watching White Supremacists and Trumpians who walk the streets freely. We seem close to living in Purge-ish times for real.
Speaking of which, Troy Ave landed himself a spot on the soundtrack to The First Purge and for his clip to “Uhohhh” he recreates the lawless atmosphere in which the film takes place.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Mura Masa featuring Octavian, Asian Doll, and more.
If you haven’t heard Jay Rock’s latest album, Redemption, then you can take comfort in knowing that you’re only a player cause you be playin’ yaself.
For those that are up on his gangsta, they’ll appreciate his latest visual to “ES Tales” which plays off the video game sample and has Rock seeing the word in 8-bit graphics. Today’s kids will never truly appreciate how great them 8-bit games were. Just sayin.’
Iggy Azalea, on the other hand, gets very real in her Tyga assisted clip to “Kream” where she doesn’t just set a thirst trap, she set off a dehydration ambush. There were so many big booty women twerking out of control in that video we wouldn’t be surprised if they were responsible for the Kilauea volcano eruption in Hawaii.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tory Lanez and Ozuna, Kid Ink, a-d more.
JAY ROCK – “ES TALES”
IGGY AZALEA FT. TYGA – “KREAM”
TORY LANEZ & OZUNA – “PA MI”
PARALLAX FT. RAKAA IRISCIENCE – “ROUND & ROUND”
KID INK – “WOOP WOOP”
SNAP DOGG FR. TRAE THA TRUTH – “COMING FROM THE GHETTO”
Looks like Charlie Sheen might’ve found a brand new audience thanks to his legendary drug-using ways.
For Lil Pump’s visual to “Drug Addicts” he enlists OG celebrity drug addict Charlie Sheen a.k.a Carlos Estevez to help him dish out drugs like candy at a psychiatric ward that’s lit like the 4th of July. We wonder if Carlos had Pump sippin’ on that tiger blood.
Speaking of OG’s, Fabolous links up with Ashanti and get their grown and sexy on next to a fireplace for their clip to “Ashanti Remix.” Having a fireplace is really underrated. Lighting a BBQ grill in your crib doesn’t count and it’s extremely dangerous by the way.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from B.o.B, Imasu!, and more.
Source: Lil Uzi Vert seen performing at Coachella weekend 2 Day 3 Featuring: Lil Uzi Vert Where: Indio, California, United States When: 24 Apr 2017 Credit: WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
Young Thug and Lil Uzi Verthave some interesting taste in fashion as you may know so if you think about it, it was only a matter of time before the two linked up to style on their haters.
In their collaborative clip to “Up” the ATL and Philly rappers seem to go with An American Horror Story theme in which the thick monsters in the video have demonic features but that stripper pole seems kosher enough so…
Curren$ y and Harry Fraud meanwhile take us back to a simpler time when VHS tape picture quality relied on that almighty “Tracking” button in their grainy clip to the Action Bronson assisted “Scarab 38.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Khalid featuring 6lack & Ty Dolla $ ign, 24Hrs, and more.
YOUNG THUG FT. LIL UZI VERT – “UP”
CURREN$ Y & HARRY FRAUD FT. ACTION BRONSON – “SCARAB 38”
While Troy Ave awaits his day in court to fight his attempted murder charge, he continues to make the most of his freedom and drop new material on the regular.
This time around the Brooklyn rapper (who we refuse to refer to as Nupac) flips Cardi B’s “Be Careful” where he lets a thick young lady know that he’s not the one to be taken advantage of.
On another side of town Ralo and YoungBoy Never Broke Again link up for the visual to “Rain Storm” where they hang out at a garage with their peoples. You’d think with a title like “Rain Storm” there’d be a little precipitation falling from the skies or even making it rain themselves in the strip club, but nah.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Graffiti Royale, Trae Tha Truth, and more.
TROY AVE – “BE CAREFUL”
RALO FT. YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN – “RAIN STORM”
Freeway’s been battling kidney disease for quite some time but he’s not letting anything hold him back from continuing to go as hard as his beard.
Just a few days after dropping his latest visual the Philadelphia representatives comes back with a new clip in “All The Way Live” where the former State Property member hits up the club to get turnt up with thick women and big bottles of liquor. Be easy with the liquid candy my G.
Speaking of turning up, Cuban Doll and her crew of twerkin’ girls rack up stacks of cash and get booty shots in the colorful visual to “Drug Dealer.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Evidence, Demrick, and more.
Whether you hate them or love them, the Migos sure went all in on their latest video.
In their visual for “Narcos” the ATL trio recreate the popular Netflix series of the same title and find themselves moving weight like wales while stacking bricks of cash before getting surrounded by the alphabet boys. Offset is about to be a daddy, he can’t be out here taking penitentiary chances.
Back in Philadelphia Freeway roams the streets of the City of Brotherly Love in the comfort of a Maybach before linking up with his street team in the black-and-white clip to “Intro.”
Check out the rest of today’s visuals including work from Curren$ y featuring Harry Fraud, Waka Flocka Flame featuring Loudiene and J Dubb, and more.
MIGOS – “NARCOS”
FREEWAY – “INTRO”
CURREN$ Y & HARRY FRAUD – “RADAR TOWER”
WAKA FLOCKA FLAME FT. LOUDIENE & J DUBB – “DOWN BAD”
After months of teasing a collaboration DJ Muggs and MF Doom finally released their Freddie Gibbs duet cut “Death Wish” and now we get treated with an animated visual for the track.
Though it would’ve been doper to see the OG Hip-Hop producer alongside the OG MC but the dark ominous animation still perfectly captures the mood for the song and who amongst us doesn’t appreciate an adult cartoon?
Back in the real world Bodega Bamz pay homage to Hip-Hop legend Big Pun, Fat Joe and the Terror Squad in his clip to “Terror.”
Check out the rest of todays drops including work from Chloe & Halle featuring Joey Bada$ $ , Mad Skillz, and more.
DJ MUGGS & MF DOOM FT. FREDDIE GIBBS – “DEATH WISH”
BODEGA BAMZ – “TERROR”
CHLOE & HALLE FT. JOEY BADA$ $ – “HAPPY WITHOUT ME”
Earlier this week Jim Jones ran into some bad luck with the law when he got bagged with some toast and controlled substances, but the show must go on and today he keeps his grind moving.
For his clip to “Epitome” Jones starts things off with news coverage of his mother’s house burning down on Christmas and follows that with shots of himself surrounded by prayer candles and using one of them to light a spliff. A superstitious person might feel that act right might’ve jinxed Jones and led to his arrest earlier this week.
Going from Dip Set to G-Unit, Young Buck flaunts the stacks of cash the IRS didn’t get while in a home with two stacked white girls for his visuals to “Caption This.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Wiz Khalifa featuring Gucci Mane, Chief Keef, and more.
After releasing his latest studio LP Redemption last Friday (June 15), Jay Rock’s been a man on a mission with the visuals.
Having already dropped a few since the album’s release, today the TDE OG comes through with a cinematic clip for “OSOM” which finds Jay Rock and J. Cole on a post-jux mind playin’ tricks on ‘em paranoia trip.
Down in Miami Ty Dolla $ ign calls up Gucci Man and Quavo to enjoy some fun in the sun and some women in bikinis for the sunny visuals to “Pineapple.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Snap Dogg featuring Casanova, Alessia Cara, and more.
JAY ROCK FT. J. COLE – “OSOM”
TY DOLLA $ IGN FT. GUCCI MANE & QUAVO – “PINEAPPLE”
Source: Hot 97’s Summerjam 2017 at the Metlife Stadium in New Jersey – Performances Featuring: 2 Chainz Where: East Rutherford, New Jersey, United States When: 11 Jun 2017 Credit: WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
Gucci Mane sure does love them pool parties and he’s not gonna let a little thing like cold weather from throwing such a soiree.
Linking up with Hoodrich Pablo Juan and Yung Mal for the visuals to “Yeah Yeah,” Guwop and company have some poolside fun with lots of bikini-clad women while snowflakes fall from the sky. We know it’s CGI snow but it’s still a pretty cool concept.
On another side of town 2 Chainz links up with Jay Park to enjoy some fine Asian cuisine and finer Asian women in the clip to “SOJU.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from XAVR SOSA, Nav, and more.
GUCCI MANE, HOODRICH PABLO JUAN & YUNG MAL – “YEAH YEAH”
Ever since Tru Life came home two years ago the streets been waiting for him to get back on the rap grind and rep the often forgotten 6th Borough (Lower East Side). Today (June 8), the former Roc-A-Fella artist comes through with a Future assisted visual to “Baddie” where he incorporates some southern spices into his New York-flavored flow while some young women provide some seductive company.
Jazzy Amra meanwhile throws a throwback party and gets Wyclef Jean and Riley to man some live instruments in the visuals to “You Got Me (Remix).”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Damar Jackson and Gucci Mane, Rich The Kid, and more.
TRU LIFE & FUTURE – “BADDIE”
JAZZY AMRA FT. WYCLEF JEAN & RILEY – “YOU GOT ME (REMIX)”
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”
For the past few months Kevin Gates has been unusually quiet on the controversy tip (that’s a good thing) and lately he’s seemed focus on dropping new videos.
This time around Gates comes through for another blocked themed clip to “Let It Sing” where the Baton Rouge rapper lamps at the trap house before riding through the night with a crew of down ass chicks.
Meanwhile in Memphis BlocBoy JB turns up at a Spanish party complete with a mariachi in his clip to “Mamacita.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Jamo Gang, Lumidee featuring Tony Sunshine, and more.
KEVIN GATES – “LET IT SING”
BLOCBOY JB – “MAMACITA”
JAMO GANG (RASS KASS, EL GRANT & J57) – “GO AWAY”
LUMIDEE FT. TONY SUNSHINE – “AGUA”
TOKYO JETZ – “THE ONE”
BLACK MILK – “COULD IT BE”
BAS FT. CORREY C – “PINBALL II”
070 SHAKE – “MIRRORS”
PHILTHY RICH FT. REXX LIFE RAJ & ALLBLACK – “DOPE BOY”
Source: Desiigner attends an Adidas event in Hollywood Featuring: Desiigner Where: Los Angeles, California, United States When: 16 Jul 2017 Credit: WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
Desiigner’s been running all around the world ever since “Panda” blew up something crazy a few years ago but don’t think he can’t go back to the block just cause he’s a ghetto superstar now.
In his visual for “HOOD” the G.O.O.D. Music rapper heads back to his Brooklyn roots to dap up his old school crew in the projects where ball is life and death is always around the corner.
From a harsh reality to a futuristic vibe, Belly and The Weeknd link up for the clip to “What You Want” in which the two turn up in a prison-isk setting where the women are scantily clad in shiny attire and the watch tower is in the shape of a pyramid. We don’t know what’s going on in there.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Maroon 5 featuring Cardi B, Sir Michael Rocks, and more.
DESIIGNER – “HOOD”
BELLY FT. THE WEEKND – “WHAT YOU WANT”
MAROON 5 FT. CARDI B – “GIRLS LIKE YOU”
REESE LALFLARE – “NO STYLIST”
SIR MICHAEL ROCKS – “I SEE”
JOE MOSES – “16s”
ASIAN DOLL – “CLOUT”
SINICAL FT. TERMANOLOGY – “DREAMS”
BEATNICK, K-SALAAM & BUN B FT. ADI ARMOUR – “KEEP IT 100”
A few weeks ago Cuban Doll was the victim of domestic violence but luckily she’s strong enough to stay on her grizzly and today she continues to chug along on her road to riches
Linking up with Lil Yachty and Lil Baby, Cuban Doll turns a supermarket into her own personal playground in her visuals to “Bankrupt.” You kinda have to wonder if she did some grocery shopping after production on this video wrapped. We mean, might as well, right?
DJ Mustard meanwhile leaves the city life behind for a minute to link up with Nick Jonas and get turnt up in front of a 1000 inch flat screen in the middle of nowhere for the clip to “Anywhere.” Where’d they find a receptacle for that TV out in the woods?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Big Scoop featuring Tech N9ne, Skooly, and more.
If you still haven’t partaken in Rapsody’s Laila’s Wisdom then you’re playing yourself but it’s never too late to learn something new so should go do so. But until you do let the North Carolina MC’s visual to “Pay Up” entertain you as she throws a house party for her crew and enjoys her own handy work at the show.
Keeping the party going on the underground tip, Diplo, French Montana and Lil Pump link up and throw it up for Deadpool one time in the Zhavia assisted visual to “Welcome To The Party.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Uncle Murda featuring Bigg Dogg, The Black Eyed Peas, and more.
RAPSODY – “PAY UP”
DIPLO, FRENCH MONTANA, & LIL PUMP FT. ZHAVIA – “WELCOME TO THE PARTY”
UNCLE MURDA FT. BIGG DOGG – “UNCLE MURDA”
THE BLACK EYED PEAS – “RING THE ALARM PT. 1, PT. 2, PT. 3”
SZA and Donald Glover are two of the hottest names in the game right now so it’s only right that we see them on screen together.
Though he doesn’t have a speaking role, the man otherwise known as Childish Gambino makes an appearance as SZA’s love interest in the nature themed visuals to “Garden (Say It Like Dat),” where the TDE songstress and Atlanta creator melt in each other’s arms. This would lead to all kinds of relationship rumors had it not been known they were already in serious relationships.
Kevin Gates on the other hand gets all in his own thugged out feelings and seems to be hanging on to his sanity by a thread in his clip to “Change Lanes.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Robb Bank$ , Lou The Human, and more.
And just like that Jim Jones is once again ballin’ like it’s 2006!
At least that seems to be the case for his visual to the YFN Lucci assisted “Gotta Play The Game” where Jim and company hit up a strip club and make it rain like Jones was down with the Nor’easter click. Do the strippers get to take home them rain drops or does the entourage bring out them buckets and take home that precipitation that hit the floor? Just wondering.
Fetty Wap meanwhile gets his 2018 on and incorporates social media and Fatboy SSE into his clip for “Love The Way.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from YBN Cordae responding to J. Cole’s “1985,” Uno The Activist featuring Rich The Kid, and more.
Source: NEW YORK, NY – JULY 19: Rapper Dave East performs onstage during Pandora Sounds Like You NYC featuring Nas, Young M.A, Dave East and Biz Markie DJ Set at Brooklyn Steel on July 19, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Dave Kotinsky/Getty Images for Pandora)
Dave East’s had a hard road on the riches to diamond rings but like Biggie said, real heads do real things and East is one of the realest in the game today.
In his clip to “Prosper” the Harlem rapper takes it back to his projects before rolling in a big boy toy to his mansion with his daughter in tow and a jacket with his baby girl’s likeness printed on it. Now that’s a proud papa.
Tyga meanwhile must be kicking himself over not being Kylie Jenner’s baby daddy and getting that bag but he’s seems content living the bachelor life while he throws a pool part in the Offset assisted clip to “Taste.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from BJ The Chicago Kid and Ro James, Flipp Dinero, and more.
DAVE EAST – “PROSPER”
TYGA FT. OFFSET – “TASTE”
BJ THE CHICAGO KID & RO JAMES – “COME AND TALK REMIX”
Looks like Youngboy Never Broke Again and Birdman have a good working relationship.
Just a week after dropping “We Poppin” together the two link up again for the visual to “Ride” and get lit and in a stylish apartment that has no furniture. Must’ve recorded this video in an open house somewhere and dipped before anyone noticed.
Back in The Land Stalley lamps on his lawn and tries to ignore temptation in a wet wife-beater for his clip to “Serpent’s Whisper.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Nino Man featuring Vado, Belly featuring Nav, and more.
YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN & BIRDMAN – “RIDE”
STALLEY – “SERPENT’S WHISPER”
NINO MAN FT. VADO – “HARLEM NIGHTS”
BELLY FT. NAV – “MAINTAIN”
EVIDENCE – “BAD PUBLICITY”
FENDI P FT. CURREN$ Y – “DAYTONA & ROLLIES”
JUICE WRLD – “LUCID DREAMS”
DJ AFTERTHOUGHT FT. HI-REZ & PK DELAY – “LONG TIME”
Even though we live in the “High Definition” age of music videos, you have to appreciate the old grainy VHS visuals from yesteryear.
Juicy J certainly remembers those days and for his clip to “Choke Hold” incorporates that old school VHS tape format that perfectly captures his gritty feeling he’s spilling on the track.
Speaking of old school, Funkadelic Godfather OG George Clinton reconnects with his Parliament brethren and links up with Hip-Hop OG Scarface and Mudbone for their own retro-inspired visuals to “I’m Gon Make U Sick O’Me.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from PnB Rock, Lucki, and more.
JUICY J – “CHOKE HOLD”
GEORGE CLINTON FT. SCARFACE & MUDBONE – “I’M GON MAKE U SICK O’ME”
Remember when going to the carwash was a big deal? Two Hip-Hop culture movies and a classic song were based around going to one wasn’t made for nothing. Well, Tory Lanez seems to still appreciate the wash and uses it for the basis of his latest visual.
“B.I.D.” finds Lanez and his crew taking their automobiles to get hand washed by some scantily clad young women before heading off to referee a game of beach volleyball by some bikini clad young women. Lanez is livin’ the life.
Miguel meanwhile seems to have women problems as a young lady completely destroys his apartment with nothing more than her dance moves in the clip to “Remind Me To Forget.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Lil Durk, OMB Peezy, and more.
Source: NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 15: Joey Bada$ $ performs onstage during the Meadows Music and Arts Festival – Day 1 at Citi Field on September 15, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Zachary Mazur/FilmMagic) Uploaded By Godspeed
One of the biggest perks of being a rap star is they get to travel the world on the label’s dime and while they’re at it shoot videos in some interesting places.
This time around the rap stars are Joey Bada$ $ , A$ AP Ferg and Powers Pleasant (no “$ ” in his name), the video is “Pull Up,” and the palce is Tokyo, Japan. Getting their fast and furious on, the three rappers enjoy Tokyo’s city lights and underground Hip-Hop scene.
Back in New York Papoose finally takes off his hat for the first time since he was born and reveals an impressive hairline for his clip to “Underrated.” He also shows off some notable boxing skills in the ring but the hairline is the star of the show.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Slim Thug featuring Sauce Walka and Cam Wallace, BlocBoy JB, and more.
JOEY BADA$ $ , A$ AP FERG & POWERS PLEASANT – “PULL UP”
PAPOOSE – “UNDERRATED”
SLIM THUG FT. SAUCE WALKA & CAM WALLACE – “RINGIN”
In case you weren’t aware today is Desiigner day as he’s dropped his latest project, L.O.D. EP and a few new videos to accompany his release.
Traveling to the country to get crunk in a truck for his visuals to “Tonka” and getting lit in what seems to be an abandoned mansion for “Priice Tag,” Desiigner proves that he’s as hyper and active as the clothing store.
Back on the block Birdman rides shotgun through Youngboy Never Broke Again’s hood for their visuals to “We Poppin.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Snow Tha Product, Ace Hood, and more.
DESIIGNER – “TONKA”
DESIIGNER – “PRIICE TAG”
YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN FT. BIRDMAN – “WE POPPIN”
Source: NEW YORK, NY – SEPTEMBER 19: G Herbo Attends His Album Listening Party on September 19, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage) Uploaded By Godspeed
After a lengthy hiatus the King of The South returns to reclaim his throne, but are the people willing to have him lead again?
Today T.I. returns with Jacquees in tow for the visuals to “Certified” in which the ATL OG politics around a mansion that’s occupied by a bevy of thick young women who don’t believe in rocking ¾’s of cloth. They just love showing they stuff off. We ain’t mad.
Speaking of which, the women in G Herbo’s Chance The Rapper assisted clip to “Everything Remix” leave little to the imagination themselves as they bust it open in the hallway of an empty warehouse.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Damien Marly ft. Stephen Marley, Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ ign, King Louie, and more.
T.I. FT. JACQUEES – “CERTIFIED”
G HERBO FT. LIL UZI VERT & CHANCE THE RAPPER – “EVERYTHING REMIX”
DAMIEN MARLEY FT. STEPHEN MARLEY, WIZ KHALIFA & TY DOLLA $ IGN – “MEDICATION REMIX”
MF Doom hasn’t appeared as himself in a video in ages and unfortunately that doesn’t seem like it’s going to change anytime soon.
Going with the old school Saturday morning cartoon route for the visuals to “Meddle With Metal,” MF Doom and Czarface’s characters do battle with an army of soldiers at a sacred temple in the middle of nowhere.
Fredro Starr meanwhile gets out of New York and travels south of the boarder to meet his plug and get that work in the clip to “South America.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kali Uchis, Locksmith, and more.
J. Cole just made a lot of folks’ weekend by guerilla styling his latest LP, KODand with it a new clip in support of the project.
“ATM” finds the rapper getting his Busta Rhymes on and styling in various getups while having fun with some of his play dough to demonstrate that cash rules everything around him.
Meanwhile in Toronto Tory Lanez reminds everyone that things get real in Canada and gets into a shootout before finding himself on a soundstage with a particularly hypnotizing background model who stole the show in his clip to “Benevolent.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from A$ AP Twelvyy, Valee, and more.
Seems like we’ve come a long way from dudes wanting a “Gangsta B*tch” or even a “Down Ass B*tch.” In 2018 it’s all about the “Perfect B*tch.” Progress?
Whatever the case may be Moneybagg Yo seems to feel that way as he comes through with a clip for “Perfect B*tch” in which he’s wife’d up with two women who cook, clean, and lay it down in between the sheets (again, progress?).
Back in the hood some things never change as Marlo and Rylo are busy living that fast life and moving that work around town for the clip to “Tuesday & Thursday.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Yung Bans featuring Che Trill, Xavr Sosa, and more.
While most of the culture is on their “Free Meek Mill” ish right about now, Troy Ave could very well find himself in the same situation on the not to far future.
But even with that being the case the Brooklyn rapper has no qualms about demonstrating the hustler lifestyle that courts frown upon in his clip to “Married To The Game” where he has some white girls in wedding gowns cooking up that Goya.
Trippie Redd gets vivid himself with a Mad Max themed visuals to the FOREVER ANTi PoP assisted visuals to “Deadman’s Wonderland.” Pac did it better but that’s neither here nor there.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Fat Trel, Shy Glizzy, and more.
TROY AVE – “MARRIED TO THE GAME”
TRIPPIE REDD FT. FOREVER ANTI POP – “DEADMAN’S WONDERLAND”
Wiz Khalifa seems to have expensive taste and he’s not even being coy about it.
Politicking in what seems to be a private estate, Wiz Khalifa blows on some smoke and tells you the exact cost of almost everything he has in his clip to “Hunnid Bands.”
Speaking of big paper, the most popular/polarizing rapper in New York, Tekashi 6ix9ine, heads to the Dominican Republic and hands out money to the people living in the struggle for his visuals to “Gotti.” He ain’t give out $ 20 bills either. It was big face Benny’s for everyone. Props.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Princess Nokia, Young Wisdom featuring Holden, and more.
Source: OZY Fest 2017 Held at Rumsey Playfield in central Park Featuring: TALIB KWELI Where: New York, New York, United States When: 23 Jul 2017 Credit: Derrick Salters/WENN.com
Sometimes an artist doesn’t have to appear in their video to make an impact on the viewer. Today we get two such concepts.
First we have the visuals to Talib Kweli’s Jay Electronica and Yummy Bingham assisted visuals to “All Of Us” that showcases a Black man and his son’s racially driven struggle and the police abuse that comes with that.
On the other hand Young Thug enlists the help of a few deaf people and has them use sign language to help an entire part of society who isn’t familiar with his work hear him loud and clear in his Nicki Minaj assisted clip to “Anybody.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Young Dolph, Lil Durk, and more.
TALIB KWELI FT. JAY ELECTRONICA & YUMMY BINGHAM – “ALL OF US”
YOUNG THUG FT. NICKI MINAJ – “ANYBODY”
YOUNG DOLPH – “KUSH ON THE YACHT”
LIL PUMP – “ESSKEETIT”
LIL DURK – “CROSSROADS”
JAZZ CARTIER FT. KTOE – “RIGHT NOW”
SNOWGOONS FT. MASTA ACE & STRICKLIN – “BENZ BEMA DREAMZ”
Source: The Weeknd performing at the SSE Hydro in the SEC in Glasgow Featuring: The Weeknd, Abel Makkonen Tesfaye Where: Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom When: 10 Mar 2017 Credit: Peter Kaminski/WENN.com Photo : WENN.com
Is it just us or does The Weeknd strike you as the type of singer who likes to wallow in sadness in his visuals?
In his somber clip to “Call Out My Name” the Canadian crooner continues that trend by walking down a lonely road after sunset like he just lost his best-friend. Not even an iPod though?
Yo Gotti meanwhile makes the most of the road and rolls in a all-white Lambo like it ain’t no thing in his Chris Brown assisted clip to “Save It For Me.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from IDK & Denzel Curry, Nino Bless, and more.
THE WEEKND – “CALL OUT MY NAME”
YO GOTTI FT. CHRIS BROWN – “SAVE IT FOR ME”
IDK & DENZEL CURRY – “NO WAVE”
NINO BLESS – “GOD’S GHOSTWRITER II”
CISCERO FT. GOLDLINK, APRIL GEORGE & CHEAKITY – “GOLDLINK”
PATRICK PAIGE II – “ON MY MIND/CHARGE IT TO THE GAME”
Today the MMG rapper drops a new clip for “1942 Flows” in which the Philadelphia native shows how that cream cheese took him from the block to the burbs. Hopefully he’ll be able to touch either one real soon.
Back in New York City Chuck Strangers links up with Joey Bada$ $ and stroll through Canal street and punk some cops in the clip to “Style Wars.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from E-40 and B-Legit, Imasu!, and more.
MEEK MILL – “1942 FLOWS”
CHUCK STRANGERS FT. JOEY BADA$ $ – “STYLE WARS”
E-40 & B-LEGIT FT. STRESMATIC – “MEET THE DEALERS”
IMASU! – “THE BRIDGE”
NICK GRANT FT. YO GOTTI – “THE SWITCH UP”
RICO RECKLEZZ FT. TROUBLE – “FAKE LOVE”
QUINCY – “DON’T KNOW NOTHING”
DEE-1 FT. CYRUS DESHIELD – “I DON’T WANNA LET YOU DOWN”
While Ashanti’s been getting attention for the weird situations she’s been through and the thirst traps she sets on social media, it feels like it’s been a lifetime since she’s made noise for her sound.
Now the former first lady of Murder Inc. is looking to get back on her music ish with a new clip for the Ty Dolla $ ign assisted “Say Less” in which the pint sized singer politics in a mansion with her girls while the gossip flows across her phone. And yes, she flaunts what her mama gave her. Thirsty?
Keeping with the R&B vibe, John Legend gets the party grooving from the club to an all-white party in his clip to the Bloodpop featured “A Good Night.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from DJ Esco featuring Future, Halsey featuring Big Sean and Stefflon Don, and more.
ASHANTI FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “SAY LESS”
JOHN LEGEND FT. BLOODPOP – “A GOOD NIGHT”
DJ ESCO FT. FUTURE – “CHEK”
HALSEY FT. BIG SEAN & STEFFLON DON – “ALONE”
FOREVER MC FT. TALIB KWELI, LUPE FIASCO, HUS KINGPIN & ROZEWOOD – “SCHOOL”
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Eminem’s latest offering,Revival, has gotten mixed reviews from both loyal fans and new generation Hip-Hoppers alike, but at the end of the day, Eminem’s gonna Eminem and that’s why he gets the props.
For his latest visual to “Framed” the Detroit MC gets his American Psycho on and finds himself on the run in the woods after having escaped from a mental facility for butchering unlucky Trumpian’s that crossed his path. Ok, we made that last part up but facts don’t matter in Trump’s Amerikkka anyway.
Speaking of Donald “Raw Doggin Porn Stars” Trump, have Evangelical Christians given Snoop Doggy Dogg a mulligan for his old Doggy Style ways yet? We don’t know but Snoop continues to spread actual positivity and the power of faith in his latest clip to the Charlie Wilson assisted “One More Day.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Young M.A, G Herbo, and more.
EMINEM – “FRAMED”
SNOOP DOGG FT. CHARLIE WILSON – “ONE MORE DAY”
YOUNG M.A – “PRAKTICE”
G HERBO – “WHO RUN IT”
LIL FAME – “SAY NOTHIN”
JAKE MILLER – “DRINKIN ABOUT YOU”
STEVIE STONE & JL FT. PHRESHER – “GROOMED BY THE BLOCK”
At one point it seemed like Desiigner was the next big thing in rap, but then he disappeared into the shadows from whence he came.
Now it seems like he’s ready to reemerge and in the visuals to Diplo’s “Suicidal” the “Panda” rapper roams the cold streets of New York in some designer blazers, shirtless, and in some high-waters. At the end of the day this video begs a single question: who’s Desiigner’s stylist?!
Further to the west side of the map Arin Ray links up with YG and take a ride through the country side for the black-and-white clip to “We Ain’t Homies.” We ain’t even gonna ask who gave YG that oversized down jacket.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from JJ Dealnger featuring Boosie Badazz, Lauren Sanderson featuring PnB Rock, and more.
DIPLO FT. DESIIGNER – “SUICIDAL”
ARIN RAY FT. YG – “WE AIN’T HOMIES”
JJ DEALNGER FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ – “FORGET ABOUT”
LAUREN SANDERSON FT. PNB ROCK – “WRITTEN IN THE STARS”
We’re still a month and change away from Mother’s Day (May 13) but it’s always a good time to spend quality time with your Old Earth and show your love and appreciation.
That seems to be the theme for 2 Chainz’s YG and Offset featured visual to “Proud” in which the mother of each rapper gets draped in some hood wear and raps their son’s respective verses. Unless she was straight mumbling, Offset’s mama had her work cut out for her. Great stuff here.
Fredro Starr meanwhile decides to give the world quick samples of his new project and shows off his new toned down flow in his cinematic clip for “Firestarr 2.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rich Homie Quan, Smino, and more.
Forget going to the club, sometimes you can find some good women up at the Laundromat.
K Camp seems to be aware of this proven theory and for his Moneybagg Yo assisted clip to “Racks Like This” Camp takes a thick young woman from the Laundromat to living the lavish life complete with candles and fancy wine glasses.
Back in the hood BlocBoy JB links up with 21 Savage and flaunts stacks of paper and big boy toys in the clip to “Rover 2.0.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Post Malone featuring Ty Dolla $ ign, T Rell, and more.
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Lil Dicky might not be Eminem or even Bubba Sparxxx, but he’s pretty damn funny with the rhymes.
For this Thursday the new age Weird Al Yankovic drops a clip for his Chris Brown assisted “Freaky Friday” in which he and the Virginia crooner switch bodies with each other for a day. Don’t be surprised if Lindsay Lohan feels a ways about this joint and asks for her cut.
Sean Paul meanwhile is showing new signs of life with his David Guetta and Becky G featured “Mad Love” where the party seems to have never stopped even after Dutty Rock stopped getting spins.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from MURS, Vic Mensa featuring Valee, and more.
After seemingly falling off the face of the earth the screamin’ producer returns hollering with Offset & 2 Chainz in the animated visual for “Alive” in which Jon’s physical absence still doesn’t convince us that he’s indeed alive. Just sayin’.
Shy Glizzy meanwhile isn’t just breathing but he’s living it up. For his visual to “Keep It Going’” not only does Shy show off his lavish lifestyle but also has his seed playing with a stack of dough like it’s part of a boardgame.
Check out the rest of today’s releases including work from Vee Tha Rula, G-Eazy featuring Charlie Puth, and more.
For the past week and change Safaree’s been on the mind of every woman with an unquenched thirst thanks to some leaked nudes. Today he pounces on his buzz.
Coming through with a clip for his club lighter “Hunnid,” the Brooklyn rapper walking from Times Square to the burb talkin’ that ish. Safaree should’ve really capitalized on the current thirst and went the D’Angelo “How Does It Feel” route for this video. Women would’ve really been going crazy for that.
Curren$ y meanwhile continues to flaunt his love affair with big boy toys and some hot wheels in his clip for “Billy Ocean.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Huey P featuring Dave East, Sosamann, and more.
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For years the culture has had much love and admiration for professional wrestler Ric Flair and now he’s officially showing some love back.
Obviously grooving out of rhythm with the track, The Nature Boy joins Offset, 21 Savage, and Metro Boomin for the clip to “Ric Flair Drip” where they enjoy the lavish lifestyle that Ric Flair swears by. Lord, we hope a secret recording of Ric Flair using racial epithets doesn’t exist a la Hulk Hogan.
Sereyah meanwhile comes through with some good ol’ R&B soul for your being in her black-and-white lyric video to “You Told Me.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Moneybagg Yo, Cozz, and more.
OFFSET, 21 SAVAGE & METRO BOOMIN – “RIC FLAIR DRIP”
Talib Kweli dropped his 8th album Radio Silence late last year and though he hasn’t dropped any visuals in support of the album as of late he’s not done with it just yet.
Today the Brooklyn rapper comes through with a new visual for the Amber Coffman and Myka 9 featured title track which centers around a social political theme that features with an American flag getting hung from a tree. Good thing Trumpian’s don’t know who Talib is cause this would garner the young intellect all kinds of death threats.
Bobby V meanwhile tries his best to remind people that he really does like the ladies by surrounding himself with some exotic looking women in the Snoop assisted clip to “Lil Bit.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Evidence featuring Slug, Audio Push, and more.
If you thought Waka Flocka Flame’s fire for the game was dimming, think again.
Today Flockaveli comes through with a new visual for “Trap My Ass Off” where he finds himself counting stacks of paper before feds raid the trap house forcing him to dip on them in a drop top. Po-9 didn’t even give chase. Laziest law enforcement officials in the world here.
Chris Brown meanwhile gives up crooning for the women to take up tongue twisting raps with Joyner Lucas in his clip to “Stranger Things.” Strange indeed.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rob $ tone featuring Malik Burgers, Kemba, and more.
Stalley stay on his grizzly (just look at his beard) and after a very productive 2017, he’s looking to keep going hard in 2018.
Earlier today the Cleveland representative dropped his latest project Tell The Truth Shame The Devil Vol. 2 and with that his latest visual for “Holy Quran” where the rapper goes from the temple to the wilderness to be one with all. Least that what it looks like.
Blimes meanwhile hits up the bar where she links up with Meth to burn down some ganja and turn up with the crowd in the clip to “Hot Damn.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ralo, Young Scooter, and more.
STALLEY – “HOLY QURAN”
BLIMES BRIXTON FT. METHOD MAN – “HOT DAMN”
TECH N9NE FT. BIG SCOOB & DARRIEN SAFRON – “LET GO”
If you ain’t up on Rapsody’s Laila’s Wisdom then you should know that you’re only a player because you be playin’ yaself.
Today the Grammy nominated MC comes through with some cinematic visuals to “Chrome (Like Ooh)” which follows a group of knuckleheads that are ‘bout that life until they’re reminded that all police need is a single reason.
Back in New York Maino hits up Dave East and Jaque for his clip to “Bag Talk” where the three post up at a currency exchange spot where they trade in foreign paper for big face Benny’s. Love & Hip Hop paying Jaque with overseas paper?
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Trippie Redd featuring Travis Scott, Tinashe featuring Future, and more.
RAPSODY – “CHROME (LIKE OOH)”
MAINO FT. DAVE EAST & JAQUE – “BAG TALK”
TRIPPIE REDD FT. TRAVIS SCOTT – “DARK KNIGHT DUMMO”
TINASHE FT. FUTURE – “FADED LOVE”
YOUNG DOLPH – “PARANOID”
MALLY MALL, JEREMIH & E-40 – “PHYSICAL”
KHALID & NORMANI – “LOVE LIES”
SHOOBY – “S.O.M.E.”
YFN LUCCI FT. YFN TRAE POUND & YFN KAY – “PROPANE”
Tallahassee Pain sure has come a long way from performing in the strip clubs.
Leaving behind the top hat and florescent lights, T-Pain gets his gentleman on in his black-and-white visual to “May I” where the Florida crooner provides the soundtrack to a wedding before making off with the bride. Talk about a stealth mission.
While on the topic of relationships, MURS meets his girlfriend’s dysfunctional family in the Tech N9ne assisted clip to “Same Way.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kodak Black, Tink, and more.
While most people recognize Hip-Hop OG’s like Jay-Z, Fat Joe and P. Diddy’s ability to evolve with the game, lots of heads tend to overlook Bay Area legend E-40’s ability remain relevant himself.
Today the Left Coast OG links up with some next generation rappers in NBA Youngboy and Yo Gotti for the clip to “Straight Out The Dirt” where the three take turns rapping in front of a mountain of dirt. Just another reminder that whether your old school or new school, the struggle will always be the same.
Styles P and Nino Man meanwhile take the stage and perform without a live studio audience in their clip to “Element.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Planet Asia, Bump J, and more.
E-40 FT. YO GOTTI & NBA YOUNGBOY – “STRAIGHT OUT THE DIRT”
Once again Wiz Khalifa makes the most of his studio time.
After using his lab session to cut a clip for “Captain,” the Pittsburgh rapper repeats the formula for his Sosamann assisted visual to “Best Life” where the studio is the backdrop and the kush is the focus.
Skyzoo meanwhile takes it to the block where books are getting bubbled like weight in the Raheem DeVaughn assisted clip to “Baker’s Dozen.” Wonder what an old school phone book would go for on the ave?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Sherwood Marty featuring Lil Baby, GKR, and more.
For Wu-Tang Clan the saga does indeed continue with another long awaited visual of their 2017 LP, The Saga Continues.
In the video to the Redman featured “Lesson Learn’d” Inspectah Deck and Mathematics break into a woman’s house to borrow some food and knives before driving through the night with something (or someone) in the trunk of their car.
Back in The Land Stalley hangs with his own goons that consist of half-naked women in ski masks for his clip to “Turtle Van.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from RJ featuring DJ Mustard and Ty Dolla $ ign, J.I.D, and more.
WU-TANG CLAN FT. REDMAN – “LESSON LEARN’D”
STALLEY – “TURTLE VAN”
RJ FT. DJ MUSTARD FT. TY DOLLA $ IGN – “IS IT MINE”
Troy Ave caught the wrath of social media last week when he insinuated that he’d take the stand against Taxstone, but it seems like he ain’t sweating it none. Today the Brooklyn rapper put his suspect suggestion behind him and in his Touchdown Brown assisted clip to “Pray 4 Me” chills on a beach chair in an undisclosed location while the block is hot.
Back in the club, Blac Youngsta heads to the strip joint for his visuals to “Booty” where a mini version of himself is surrounded by a gang of twerking talent.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rich Homie Quan, Blac Youngsta, and more. Blend
Canadians really do have an affinity for the ice rink.
In the visuals to “Miss You” Tory Lanez, Cashmere Cat and Major Lazer hang out at an ice rink where they chill on a Zamboni and enjoy the company of a fleet of figure skaters that do dances that would break the average man.
Meanwhile further to the south side of things, Kodak Black lets viewers get a glimpse of his rap star life and the perks that come with it in his clip to “Fall Thru.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Moneybagg Yo, Charlie Puth featuring Boyz II Men, and more.
TORY LANEZ, CASHMERE CAT & MAJOR LAZER – “MISS YOU”
KODAK BLACK – “FALL THRU”
MONEYBAGG YO – “NO LOVE”
CHARLIE PUTH FT. BOYZ II MEN – “IF YOU LEAVE ME NOW”
Moneybagg Yo ain’t tryin’ to hurt nobody. He just wants to turn up.
In his visuals to “Nonchalant” the Memphis rapper throws himself a house party where he flaunts some icey wrists and the women in attendance partake in all the paraphernalia.
Back in the hood Gunna and Hoodrich Pablo Juan show that they don’t need a house to throw a soiree. Just give them a parking lot with a dope whip and the women will get to twerkin’ in his their clip to “Almighty”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Hopsin featuring Joeytee, T.Y.E, and more.
Fabolous and Jadakiss make a hell of a team and after dropping their hood acclaimed duo album Friday On Elm Street, the two OG’s finally drop a visual in support of the project.
Going with their horror movie alteregos, Fabolous terrorizes people Kruger style while Kiss haunts the woods a la Voorhees. Not sure I’d let Kiss swing a machete on me like that for a video but to each his own.
Back in LA Nipsey Hussell flaunts stacks of cash and high end whips for his duo clip to “Grinding All My Life/Stucc In The Grind.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from En Vogue, Kris Wu, Rich Brian, Trippie Redd, Joji and Bauer, and more.
FABOLOUS & JADAKISS – “F VS J INTRO”
NIPSEY HUSSLE – “GRINDING ALL MY LIFE/STUCC IN THE GRIND”
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.
We might have to wait till March for Donald Glover’s Atlanta to get our fill of Big Peach living but until then Future and Young Thug gonna keep the A buzzing with their noise.
In their future to “All Da Smoke” Hendrix and Thugga take it back to the trap house where the stoop is the hangout spot and the jux is right around the corner.
Meanwhile back in Toronto, OVO artists Majid Jordan get on their 90’s R&B ish and get all in their feelings in their retro misty looking visual to “Gave Your Love Away.” Even the title sounds like an 90’s R&B joint.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Jaden Smith, OMB Peezy featuring Yhung T.O., and more.
The age of Trump has seen more than it’s fair share of politically charged Hip-Hop video in just it’s first year and the Black Eyes Peas have become the latest to join in on the movement.
In their black-and-white visual to “Street Livin’” the BEPs use imagery displaying the social injustices that have plagued the urban community for decades and only seems to be considered the norm by those in power.
Back in The Land Stalley is taking advantage of his success and politics in a stylish Porsche and rides through the night in his clip to “Squattin’.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Daz Dillinger, Cassie, and more.
Does Daz Dillinger have access to the fountain of youth? Is it a chronic strain or something?
Until that question is answered check out Daz’s clip to “Hard Life” where he and The Twinz remind Hip-Hoppers how that you don’t have to go to the clubs in LA to get turnt up. Sometimes all you need is some homies, beers, dice and dominos.
Fat Trel meanwhile seems to prefer a quiet night alone in his visual to “1-800-Call-Trel” where he politics at home while Boyz n the Hood is projected onto a wall.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Fat Boy SSE (yea he’s rapping now), Premadonna featuring Rich Homie Quan and Trick Daddy, and more.
DAZ DILLINGER FT. THE TWINZ – “HARD LIFE”
FAT TREL – “1-800-CALL-TREL”
FAT BOY SSE – “SUBTRACTION”
PREMADONNA FT. RICH HOMIE QUAN & TRICK DADDY”
YOUNG DOLLA FT. DREAM DOLL & GOLDE – “PIERRE BOURNE”
It’s a new year and what do most people want out of a new year? Money of course but love is a close second and being that Lil Durk already paid he seems to be pining for a reason to get heartbroken.
In his visuals to “India” the Chicago rapper gets all lovey dovey with a young lady who lets him grip parts of her body that Sir Mix-A-Lot would appreciate.
Taking it back to the streets V Don and Willie The Kid go retro New York Hip-Hop video with it and make the projects and subway trains the backdrops in their Eto featured clip to “Heather Grey.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Marv Won, Maxo Kream and more.
LIL DURK – “INDIA”
V DON & WILLIE THE KID FT. ETO – “HEATHER GREY”
MARV WON – “FIRE TRUCK”
MAXO KREAM – “BUSSDOWN”
CUBAN DOLL – “RACKS UP”
CHLOE & HALLE – “GROWN”
PHILTHY RICH & HOODFAME GO YAYO – “ALL I WANNA BE”
Just when it seemed like Desiigner was about establish himself in the rap game, he took a step back and disappeared for a minute. Today (Dec. 29), the energetic rapper reemerges in the clip to Don Q’s “Trap Phone.”
The two of them flaunt lots of paper, ice and some colorful furs that got everyone wondering which artic animals lost their lives to keep these two rappers warm. PETA must hate the rap game. Just sayin’.
BK’s Casanova may have you ready to bless an enemy with the fade after you watch his clip for “Set Trippin.”
Boonk on the other hand takes his talents on the road where he’s far away from peoples negative online remarks in his clip to “Comments.” Does he check his phone?
Check the rest of today’s drops including work from Pressa and ToBy.
While Harlem World waits on Dipset to drop their highly anticipated reunion project, Dave East is keeping the streets hot with his cold demeanor.
In his clip for “Legendary,” Dave East takes the scene to the projects where old-school Hip-Hop videos used to take place before the club and strip bars became the “it” places to be. Gotta love the hood, man.
On the flip side Farrko, Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott go underground El Chapo style to move weight in their Bad Bunny and Rvssian assisted visuals to “Krippy Kush.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Rob Markman, Trinidad James, and more.
DAVE EAST – “LEGENDARY”
FARRUKO, NICKI MINAJ & TRAVIS SCOTT FT. BAD BUNNY & RVSSIAN – “KRIPPY KUSH”
ROB MARKMAN – “BENZ 4 MY BDAY”
TRINIDAD JAMES – “BLACK SANTA”
K CAMP FT. DEREZ DESHON & VERSE SIMMONDS – “DON’T DO THAT”
G-Eazy may not be on everyone’s radar but judging from his latest video he’s trying like f*ck to get your attention.
In his clip to “No Limit Remix” the white kid from Oaktown unites an impressive cast of Hip-Hop all-stars in A$ AP Rocky, French Montana, Juicy J, Belly and 2017 rookie of the year Cardi B to help him turn up at an underground party and steal the show. Well, at least he stands out like a green hat with an orange bill.
Dream Doll meanwhile is hoping to become the object of many men’s affection in her seductive clip to “We All Love Dream.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops which include work from Flip Major & Eric Bellinger, Paper Paulk, and more.
G-EAZY FT. A$ AP ROCKY, CARDI B, FRENCH MONTANA, JUICY J, & BELLY – “NO LIMIT REMIX”
Even though he’s behind bars Meek Mill is making sure his presence is still felt out on these streets.
A few weeks after dropping a video for “Fall Thru” the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for the Young Thug assisted “We Ball” where Meek strolls through a cemetery during a funeral to which Young Thug is apparently the deacon at. Could Thugger be hinting that he’s ready to follow Mase’s footsteps after he hangs up the mic?
Back in the bayou Boosie Badazz roams the backstreets of a block next to the water in his clip to “Savages.” It’s kinda weird now to see him without a gang of gold chains.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Youngboy Never Broke Again, T-Rell featuring Boosie Badazz, and more.
Seems about right that we kick Daily Visuals off with some Hip-Hop OG’s for flashback Friday, no? Jeezy and Puff Daddy get turnt up from the club where they make it rain to the bodega where they pop bottles like a wino who just found a $ 50 bill.
The bodega stays being the last place people visit after a night of partying. Wonder if they copped a chopped cheese or something.
Migos meanwhile go Tron with it in their visuals to the Nicki Minaj and Cardi B assisted “Motorsport” and wear futuristic leather outfits while Nicki rocks some Rapunzel braids.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Statik Selektah, The Cool Kids, and more.
It’s been a while since 50 Cent dropped a new video for any kind of project but today Fiddy comes through with something to appease his hardcore fan base.
In his new clip for his latest single “Still Think I’m Nothing,” 50 takes it back to his childhood and paints a coming of age picture of a young Curtis Jackson who grew up as one with the concrete jungle.
Meanwhile a slimmed down Belly enjoys his newfound fame and fortune in his visual for “The Come Down Is Real Too” where he posts up in a big boy mansion where he’s accompanied by some seductive young ladies. Anyone else think Belly kinda looks like French Montana now?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from DJ Kay Slay featuring Beanie Sigel, Freeway, Young Chris & Tracey Lee, Migos & Marshmello, and more.
50 CENT FT. JEREMIH – “STILL THINK I’M NOTHING”
DJ KAY SLAY FT. BEANIE SIGEL, FREEWAY, YOUNG CHRIS & TRACEY LEE – “DEATH MURDER & MAYHEM”
BELLY – “THE COME DOWN IS REAL TOO”
MIGOS & MARSHMELLO – “DANGER”
LONDON ON DA TRACK FT. YOUNG THUG, TY DOLLA $ IGN, JEREMIH & YG – “WHATEVER YOU ON”
Donald Trump’s chaotic and racially divisive Presidency has had everyone in the culture on their political wokeness and now it seems that N.E.R.D has officially joined the resistance.
For their Future assisted visuals to “1000” N.E.R.D and Future decide to sit out any camera time and instead have the video focus on today’s political climate showcasing all the protests and racially charged demonstrations that have engulfed Agent Orange’s Amerikkka.
Back in the hood LES native Fokis calls on Punchline and Hip-Hop OG Sadat X to speak on how they’d change up the way things are done in the world in the clip to “If I Had It My Way.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Lecrae, YG Hootie, and more.
N.E.R.D & FUTURE – “1000”
FOKIS FT. SADAT X & PUNCHLINE – “IF I HAD IT MY WAY”
LECRAE – “BROKE”
J. LATELY FT. DEMRICK & KHYENCI TIENNE – “I’LL BE LIVING”
For Vert’s Nicki Minaj assisted clip to the remix to “The Way Life Goes” the two find themselves in the woods in completely different situations as Nicki puts up some calendar poses in a cabin while Uzi’s helplessly tied to a tree. So close yet so far from Nicki.
Kehlani decides to incorporate nature in her video as well and for her clip to “Honey” hits the road to capture the beauty of the country side with some grainy old school VHS footage.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Chief Keef, Rich Chigga featuring 21 Savage, and more.
LIL UZI VERT FT. NICKI MINAJ – “THE WAY LIFE GOES REMIX”
Say what you want about the old school but just admit that legends like DJ Premier are still capable of breaking necks like Ravishing Rick Rude.
Today Premo takes his talents to Harlem to link up with A$ AP Mob’s A$ AP Ferg where they own the streets in their old school gear and old school whip in the visuals to “Our Streets.”
Speaking of OG’s, Scarface is the latest gangsta rapper to get have the political battery put in his back and for his clip to “Black Still” drops gems about what it means to be Black in 2017 in Amerikkka.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tyga featuring 24Hrs, G Perico, and more.
Meek Mill done had his freedom unnecessarily taken from him a few weeks back but at least he’s got some work in the chamber to appease his fans while he gets through his bid.
This time around the Philadelphia rapper comes through with a visual for “Fall Thru” where he shows what kind of woman it takes to become a special part of his life i.e. cooking, smoking, and apparently an old ass air conditioner. We guess women with central air might be a bit too bougie for his taste.
Speaking of boujee, Yo Gotti lines up a gang of women to walk down a lit up catwalk in spectacular garments in his vibrant visuals to “Juice.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Sonny Digital featuring Black Doe, Hoodie Brown, and more.
MEEK MILL – “FALL THRU”
YO GOTTI – “JUICE”
SONNY DIGITAL FT. BLACK DOE – “MY GUY”
SAVION SADDAM FT. JOE GREEN & YOUNG SEPH – “ALL DAY”
At the end of the day everyone loves themselves a comfortable bed, but A$ AP Ferg and A$ AP Rocky might have an obsession with mattresses.
For Ferg’s A$ AP Rocky’s assisted clip to “The Matress” the Harlem mob boys make the most of every matress they come by from the abandoned one in the alley to the high priced joints in a Mattress Firm. We wonder how much they had to pay to hop on those beds all night long.
Back on the Left Coast YG calls for the release of Meek Mill and takes to the streets to have his voice heard while showcasing his 4Hunnid Fall/Winter 17 clothing line in his clip to “Free Meek.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Blu & Exile, Daniel Caesar, and more.
Troy Ave’s still facing a long stint behind bars but until he knows his fate he’s going to enjoy every last second as a free man and is using his visuals to make that point.
For his latest clip to “Smile” the Brooklyn rapper leaves the concrete jungle for a laid back atmosphere in the burbs where the homes come with pools and the lawns are as green as whatever Wiz Khalifa rolls up in a dutch.
Not to be outdone Phocuz takes over a community pool when everyone is gone and keeps it all to himself in his J-Mac assisted clip to “Vibes R Eternal.” Don’t you just love being the first person to the pool?
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Anti-Lilly & Phoniks, Dumbfounded, and more.
SZA’s had a sleeper hit on her hands for the past few months in CTRL and while her hardcore fans know that they have a gem in their boombox’s, she’s still out to let people know she’s a force to be reckoned with.
Today the TDE songstress drops a new visual for an acoustic version to “Go Gina” where she takes to the woods with a dude rocking the axe while she murders her vocal performance.
Cam’Ron continues to keep his momentum going with a new clip for the Don Q featured “Hello” which features that controversial line that may or may not be a subliminal shot at Jay-Z.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Post Malone featuring 21 Savage, Massari and Tory Lanez, and more.
The summer of Dave East has come and gone but that doesn’t mean the East Harlem rapper is going to be taking the holidays off. Today (Nov. 21) the beast from the East dropped his visuals to the Wiz Khalifa assisted “Phone Jumpin.”
The two get turnt up with some Khalifa Kush and a contortionist demonstrates the stuff is capable of numbing all kinds of pain.
On a lighter note DRAM and Trippie Redd enjoy the company of many winged angels in a rose garden in the clip to “ILL NANA.” Is Foxy Brown gonna be on this remix?
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kap G, Problem featuring Ne-Yo & Terrance Martin, and more.
DAVE EAST FT. WIZ KHALIFA – “PHONE JUMPIN”
BL’EVE BROWN – “FINESSE”
DRAM FT. TRIPPIE REDD – “ILL NANA”
KAP G – “BIG RACKS”
PROBLEM FT. NE-YO & TERRANCE MARTIN – “AIN’T LIKE YOU”
Once again black-and-white cinematography is the basis of a Hip-Hop video.
This time it’s OMB Peezy with his Youngboy Never Broke Again-featured “Doin Bad” where the two men politic on the porch and burn down the essence whenever they ain’t inside the crib and sippin’ on that lean.
Meanwhile, Roy Woods mainly uses one color for his clip to “Say Less” and gets his red light special on in a house where a special young lady awaits his attention. It was kinda weird actually but we digress.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Skeme, Kur, and more.
OMB PEEZY FT. YOUNGBOY NEVER BROKE AGAIN – “DOIN BAD”
Almost a decade after being at each other’s throats Remy Ma and Lil Kim have finally buried the hatchet and come together to drop some heat that may or may not be aimed towards another female rapper.
In the long-awaited collaboration clip to “Wake Me Up” the two Queens of New York rock some extravagant outfits while maintaining their hardcore aura. How can you not love these two together? We need a verse from Kim on that remix.
Statik Selektah’s been dropping many street joints as of late and today proves to be no different.
For his clip to “No. 8” Statik calls on the talents of Conway, Westside Gunn and Termanology to keep the gritty and grimy side of Hip-Hop that we all know and love alive and well. No mumble rap ‘round these parts, b.
On another side of town YFN Lucci roams the night under the city lights while speaking to himself in his visuals to “Letter to Lucci.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Chevy Woods, LR Blitzkrieg, and more.
In his visuals to “Lean” the self proclaimed “Crack God” samples the classic “Lean On Me” and takes it back to his hood where he hangs out with the next generation of Harlemnites whenever he ain’t with his peoples sippin’ on lean, burning some trees, and hanging out in the hallway.
K. Michelle takes it back in her own way for her clip to “Birthday” where she rocks the power fro while getting sensual and seductive in a grown folk sexy party.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Wisin featuring Timbaland and Bad Bunny, Tyga, and more.
CAM’RON – “LEAN”
K. MICHELLE – “BIRTHDAY”
WISIN FT. TIMBALAND & BAD BUNNY – “MOVE YOUR BODY”
For now though Guwop has some fun with the whole clone conspiracy for his visuals to The Weeknd assisted “Curve” where a bunch of Gucci Mane’s and Weeknd doubles crowd an empty ally. Gucci must be aiming for a Double Mint gum endorsement now.
Keeping things in the South, Hustle Gang come through with a quick clip to “Game 7” in which T.I., RaRa, and Brandon Rossi stunt on a race track with some hot wheels that are made for big boys.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from DJ Kay Slay featuring Ransom, Papoose, Jon Connor and Locksmith, G-Eazy, and more.
GUCCI MANE FT. THE WEEKND – “CURVE”
HUSTLE GANG – “GAME 7”
21 SAVAGE – “BANK ACCOUNT”
DJ KAY SLAY FT. RANSOM, PAPOOSE, JON CONNOR & LOCKSMITH – “THIS IS MY CULTURE”