Source: AUSTIN, TX – AUGUST 21: Rapper Snoop Dogg performs onstage during ‘The High Road Tour’ at Austin360 Amphitheater on August 21, 2016 in Austin, Texas. (Photo by Rick Kern/WireImage)
Tory Lanez really dodged a bullet last month when he avoided getting into an unnecessary beef with Royce Da 5’9 and now that he doesn’t have to live life looking over his shoulder he can get back to the music side of things.
Linking up with Trippie Redd in the visual to “FeRRis WhEEL,” Tory Lanez finds himself back in school where he and his classmates get rowdy before turning up at a house party where everyone threw their inhibitions to the wind.
Trae Tha Truth meanwhile probably dropped the longest song of the last few years as he linked up with, well, everyone from the east to the west in his 9-minute clip to “I’m On 3.0.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tyga, Lil Duke, and more
TORY LANEZ FT. TRIPPIE REDD – “FERRIS WHEEL”
TRAE THA TRUTH FT. DAVE EAST, ROYCE DA 5’9, T.I., CURREN$Y, TEE GRIZZLEY, E-40, STYLES P, SNOOP DOGG, FABOLOUS, G-EAZY, RICK ROSS & CHAMILLIONAIRE – “I’M ON 3.0”
Last week The Weeknd had social media a buzzin’ thanks to what appeared to be a subliminal at the king of the north, Drake on his latest cut “Lost In The Fire” and now we have a video to accompany the controversial song.
For his clip to “Lost In The Fire” The Weeknd gets real artsy with it and finds himself accompanied by a moving sculpture while incorporating some flowers and monsters in the joint. It was interesting to say the least though no signs of anymore Drake shade. No dead owl or anything.
R.A. The Rugged Man meanwhile gets his Red Dead Redemption on and looks ready to ride on anyone 1800’s style for his visual to “The Return.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Lil Durk, Conway The Machine, 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
Seven months after Nas released his Kanye West produced album Nasir and now he decides to drop off a gang of visuals in support of the project, huh? We ain’t complaining though cause we appreciate any and everything the QB OG throws our way.
In the same week that’s seen videos for “Cops Shot The Kid” and “Adam And Eve,” the Queensbridge legend comes through with a clip for “Everything” which derives from his short-film Nasir and follows how three generations of a family nourish one another.
From the OG’s to the next generation, Pressa links up with Lil Uzi Vert for the clip to “420 In London” which is comprised of performance bits and behind the scenes concert footage. We thought the video would be of them burning some trees in London but maybe that would’ve been to predictable.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Sauce Walka, MadeinTYO, and more.
Before this past December Swae Lee and Post Malone’s collaboration “Sunflower” was getting major buzz but their single saw itself take an amazing ascension when it was featured in the smash film Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse.
Today the Rae Sremmurd member and rock’s version of Shia LaBeouf finally drop a black-and-white visual for the hit single in which we watch them craft the song in the studio and perform it on stage for their adoring fans. Really expected more for such a huge song but to each his own.
Indiana Pacers star player Victor Oladipo meanwhile continues to chase his music dreams and for his clip to “Forward” tries to woo an exotic young lady off her feet. Real talk, homie got some skills and had he not been in the NBA would probably get taken more serious. Just sayin.’ Keep balling though, b.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Key Glock, Stro, and more.
Source: Rapper Future Performs at Drai’s Nightclub at The Cromwell Las Vegas Featuring: Future Where: Las Vegas, Nevada, United States When: 08 Feb 2016 Credit: Judy Eddy/WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
We’re not sure why Nas waited till 2019 to drop videos in support of his summer ’18 project Nasir, but we ain’t complaining.
A few days after releasing “Cops Shot The Kid,” the Queensbridge king comes drops a clip for “Adam And Eve” where he finds himself spitting the gospel in the house of the Lord while showing what life is like in the infamous Queensbridge Houses.
Down in The A, Future gets his extreme sports on and raps inside of a plane with the hanger open for his clip to “Jumpin On A Jet.”
Looking to get back in the spotlight in 2019 the BX rapper dropped his latest project Hoodie SZN at the end of December and today comes through with the clip to “4 Min Convo” where A Boogie goes back and forth between being animated and live-action.
Janelle Monae meanwhile continues to paint the town red with her girls while dipping on drones in the visuals to the Zoe Kravitz assisted “Screwed.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from YGTUT, Splurge, and more.
A BOOGIE WIT DA HOODIE – “4 MIN CONVO (FAVORITE SONG)”
We know that NFL rookies usually go through the Combine to boost their draft stock but DDG thinks it can also be utilized for “athletes” of a different gender.
In the YBN Nahmir, G Herbo and Blac Youngsta assisted visual to “Run It Up,” DDG hold Combine style workouts for thick young women who are looking to have their twerking talents get them to the next level. What level that is we have no idea but they’re good at what they do.
Back on the block PnB Rock finds himself getting scoped out by po-9 who’s sent an undercover that any man would wanna get under the covers in the visual to “Neva Lackin.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from IDK featuring Denzel Curry, Sherwood Marty featuring OBN Jay, and more.
DDG FT. YBN NAHMIR, G HERBO & BLAC YOUNGSTA – “RUN IT UP”
It’s a new year but when it comes to rap videos it seems like some old practices will never go out of style.
Montana of 300’s visual to “Dancing With My AK” is a testament to that notion as for the duration of the song walks around his home with a golden AK and mask to match showing he’s ready for that same smoke that Ox got in Belly. We hope for his sake that AK was a prop. Word to Maxo Kream.
Speaking of which, Sunny2point0 links up with Trippie Redd and politic in the projects where they flash some thangs while getting lit in the clip to “Man Down.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Rambo G featuring Marco Richh, Locksmith, and more.
On the low, Nipsey Hussle had one of the year’s best rap albums in Victory Lap and though he made more noise with his hand of God slap at the BET Awards, he’s still out to prove his music is what Y’all need to pay attention to.
Today. the LA rapper dropped the clip for the title track to his album in which he goes south of the border to Mexico to soak in the Central American sun while riding boats and posing next to the Aztec pyramids.
Back in Brooklyn, Troy Ave continues to make the most of his freedom as he blesses kids with school supplies and goes golfing in the visual to “Who I’m Becoming.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from 8Ball & MJG, Fatboy SSE featuring Lil Tjay, and more.