One of the most inspiring tracks of 2012 as whole receives a visual treatment courtesy of Pitchfork TV. Following a young Krizzle through the upbringings of life, the video flashes through many prominent landmarks of the hometown of K.R.I.T. in Meridian, MS. Check out the video and grab Live From The Underground if you haven’t already.
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After being treated to Fool’s Gold’s new compilation tape yesterday, Chuck Inglish delivers a fresh new video for “Four 12s” featuring Retchy P and Da$h. Mikey Rocks also announced not too long ago that there will be no more albums from The Cool Kids so Chuck will be dropping his own solo project, Convertibles, sometime 2013.
Jet Life’s Fiend drops the official visuals for his Christmas track that he dropped last year around the same time. In the words of International Jones, jam responsibly.
Fresh off the release of his new mixtape
and artist, Young Jeezy comes through in the clutch with the official video for “How It Feel”. It’s Tha World is out now.
Julian Malone made us wait a day, but as promised he just dropped the anticipated visual for “7 Milli.” The big news associated with this drop is that it is coming from the Stones Throw YouTube channel, which seems to confirm that Malone and 2008ighties are now officially affiliated. This is a much deserved nod to a kid that has been proving himself relentlessly on tracks the past year. Look for Malone’s smooth flow and conscious bars to accompany his directorial skills in the future.
Using the same frame work and effects as he did on his last video “Just What I Am“, Cudi goes solo this time around for the official second set of visuals from his upcoming album, Indicud.
For the second video off his acclaimed Baby Face Killa project that we all still probably have in heavy rotation, Gangsta Gibbs shows ‘The Hard‘ in this gritty LRG presented visual. First thought to be a homie, we see how one of Gibbs associates dealt with at the end. Look for the newly independent artist to makes some big waves in 2013.
After treating us to a new set of visuals off his Detroit mixtape a couple days ago, Big Sean decided to let loose the video for the first official single off his upcoming sophomore album, Hall Of Fame. In an interview with MTV, Big Sean had this to say about this IllRoots directed video:
‘Guap’ [will be] one of those classic hip-hop videos [that] key rappers always have had in their careers, like Jay-Z with ‘Izzo (H.O.V.A.).’ It’s legendary because you come back to your city and shut it down to that degree. We shut down the biggest street in the city, kids came out — they were skipping school, which is kinda f—ed up, but we had an awesome time. I really saw how the city was showing love to me and the production in the video is all just sky high.”
Hall Of Fame in stores early next year.
Taylor Gang members Juicy J and Lola Monroe join forces for a menacing new visual for their track “Ride Wit Em”. Juicy J’s debut album Stay Trippy is set to drop in the first quarter of the new year and we’re still waiting to hear Lola drop her first project under the Taylor Gang label.
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When Pusha T announced that he was about to drop his new single “Blocka”, it was set to feature Travi$ Scott and Popcaan. We hear Popcaan on the track, but everyone was wondering where Travi$ Scott’s verse was at. Last night, the young G.O.O.D. Music artist unleash a loop version with his intended verse.