Twelvyy of the A$AP Mob and Heir Da$h link up to shoot some new visuals from the A$AP Mob compilation mixtape, Lord$ Never Worry, that dropped last year. In addition to this track, the tape also contains bangers like A$AP Ferg’s ‘Work’ track that blew him up. Watch the Simon Davis-directed video above.
Posts Categorized: Videos
TDE’s own, ScHoolboy Q, sits down with Fuse to discuss topics such as the competition within Black Hippy, his upcoming album, relationship with Kendrick and more. Watch above, listen to what Q has to say and Oxymoron is coming sooner than we think.
First we all got to witness ScHoolboy Q’s freestyle, now its time for G.O.O.D Music’s own Travi$ Scott, to show everyone why he deserves his spot on the 2013 Freshmen Class. Check out the video of Scott doing what he does best, while in a crazy looking sweater of some sort. Owl Pharaoh still on the way. Enjoy.
Chance The Rapper dropped a teaser for this video and stated that he was given $5,000 for his new video, ‘NaNa’. Well according to Chance, he spent the money on everything but the video itself, haha. Check out the Hannibal Buress and Austin Vesely directed visuals above. His upcoming project, Acid Rap, is definitely going to be one of the best releases of 2013.
Furthering the momentum of his February release Stay Black, New York skate-rhymer Black Dave returns today to deliver new visuals for the mixtape. The clip for “Bucket Low” notes the skater-turned-rapper hitting up his local Target to snag a new video game. But upon opening, Dave is transported into the game itself, which sees him getting his Black Ops on, paintball style. Check out the dope conceptual video directed by W. Suarez and himself above.
DC’s very own Slutty Boy Fat Trel links up with Hi-Def, who shoots some of the videos for GBE, for his new video, ‘Fuk Yo Life’. Lookout for his S.M.D.G. mixtape to hit the web later this year. I’m definitely looking forward to that. While you wait, go and download his last summer mixtape, Nightmare On E Street.
After dropping the audio for ‘Inhale’ on his birthday, Cam Meekins follows it up with the official visuals directed by Goodwin & himself. The simple snare and piano compliment his smooth delivery perfectly, and you always got to respect an artist who isn’t afraid to speak out about their label situation. If you’re feeling the song, you can grab it for free here. His next project, Lamp City, is coming soon.
Azealia Banks stops by to discuss her upcoming album and tells us how she deals with internet trolls. She also currently has the absolute BEST laugh in hip hop.
Always love a funny episode of GGN with Nemo Hoes. Check it out above.
J. Cole takes it back to his hometown of Fayetteville for his new single, ‘Power Trip’, featuring Miguel. As expected, J. Cole is dealing with some emotional issues with Miguel’s in-video girl, hitting the strip club with his boy. As the video plays out, the story reveals that the two made some bad decisions over a female. Watch the Nabil-directed visuals above. Also, J. Cole took to Twitter last night to announce that his sophomore album, Born Sinner, which was originally planned for a early 2013 release is now set for a June 25th date.
Mello Music Group has dropped their newest visual and this time it is for standout Diamond District emcee Uptown XO’s “Evolution. Produced and featuring Ab The Pro, the uber-lyrical verse transitions between XO and Ab flow perfectly, and the Backie T creative visual for the Colour de Grey single works perfectly with the tempo of the single. This kid is doing big things for the DMV scene, so expect to see more of him in the future.