XXL Freshman Dizzy Wright decided to treat fans to some new visuals today to go along with a brand new track titled ‘Killem Wit Kindness’. Can’t wait to hear Dizzy kill the XXL Cypher which should be dropping in the very near future.
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The artist formerly known as T. Shirt dropped a video compiled of personal and internet photos for his latest song, ‘Automatic’. The video moves pretty quick so you might have to watch it a couple times to see every picture he used. Luckily the song is really dope so I’m not complaining.
AUTOMATIC represents the last 6 months of my life. The not always clean journey, but the rich one. Most the photos I took, some I pulled along the way, all have inspired what I have in store.
If you’re looking to add this to your iPod, you can download the song here.
I’d say Kevin Gates first started getting recognized when he handled the hook on Pusha T’s ‘Trust You’ track, which the video for it dropped yesterday. Now he’s back today with the video for his lead single, ‘Neon Lights’, off his recently released Luca Brasi Story. Like the Pusha T collab, the rapper/singer has an interesting sound that flows well with the melody of this track. I think I’m going to check out his tape today. Interested in hearing what else he has offer on his tape. Doobies to Pitchfork for the premier.
“It’s a powerful song and we hope to spread a positive message that hits home with people. We’ve seen too much bloodshed involving guns and we want to prevent the next incident from happening. That’s what’s it all about, trying to bring awareness and push love and peace.”
Snoop Dogg’s new Drake assisted single, ‘No Guns Allowed’, gets the visual treatment to promote his upcoming reggae inspired album, Reincarnated. As I stated before, the non-violent track is something different from a major artist especially since every rapper with attention these days glorify guns & violence. With the song already sending a strong message, the visuals that go along with it make it even stronger. Check out the new video above.
In similiar fashion the way he released the audio form of ’5AM In Toronto’, Drake releases the video in the middle of the night and everyone still saw it. Word was confirmed that a video would be released for this song for about a week which is surprising since we weren’t treated with a video for ’9AM In Dallas’. This track could possibly see a placement on his upcoming album, Nothing Was The Same.
Pusha T might be the only rapper I know who raps about trusting women with their drugs and money but I guess everyone eventually finds that one to hold them down. He goes ahead and liberates a new video off his acclaimed mixtape, Wrath of Caine. The tape was planned as a appetizer as to what is to come because his debut album, My Name Is My Name, is slated to drop later this year.
Looks like the Jet Life duo are looking to take over the day with new material. After Trademark dropped a new track earlier today, Complex got the green light to premier some new visuals off their Jet World Order 2 album. That’s not all because Roddy is also set to drop his Good Sense 2 mixtape later today. Definitely a Jet Life type of day so far.
Snoop Dogg and The Dogg Pound, which consists of Kurupt and Daz Dillinger, put their city on their backs for this new hometown tribute, ‘LA Here’s To You’. It even sounds like a old school, classic Westcoast record thanks to Charlie Red’s production. Snoop Dogg is looking to stay consistent this year because he will be dropping his reggae album Reincarnated later this month and a new Dogg Pound album is also on the way.
After dropping his new album Planetcoffeebean 2 last Monday, South Florida’s Eric Biddines has been having trouble keeping the females off him as you can see in the new visuals for his lead single, ‘Bad Broads’. It must be that unique flow of his. Watch the Ryan Snyder directed video above. If you like what you hear, you can support Eric by buying the single or the complete album now on iTunes.
After dropping his debut project late last year followed by a collab EP with Pouya titled Warbuck$, up and coming Miami artist SdotBraddy return back to his Innovation tape to deliver his first set of visuals in ‘Can’t Tell Me Shit’. Braddy has been consistent and keeping himself busy these past couple of months. Expect him to make waves this year.