Well it seems like Trippie Redd done won the longstanding rivalry with Tekashi 6ix9ine. Given Tekashi did it to himself what with all the snitching he did after getting himself locked up for documenting his own boneheaded criminal activities. Still, Trippie’s out here making records and 69’s not.
Today the Canton, Ohio crooner/rapper comes through with his latest clip for the Lil Baby and Lil Duke assisted clip to “Mac 10” in which Trippie and company recreate the cult classic Scarface with Trippie Montana and ‘em going to war with the opposition and coming out on top of the world.
Back in Brooklyn M.O.P.’s Billy Danze goes the solo route for a minute and in his visual to “Gone Fishing” sits on his own throne before taking an unwilling party to the lake to get familiar with the fishes. Don’t beef with that man, b.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Salaam Remi and Bodega Bamz, NLE Choppa, and more.
Does Curren$y just live in the studio these days? After dropping a few mixtapes already this year, Spitta Andretti is readying to drop another project dubbed Hot In August and drops off a new visual in support of the forthcoming joint.
In his colorful visual to “Right Now,” Curren$y styles everywhere from his sneaker closet (impressive) to his driveway which houses some classic automobiles. Oh, and he has a thick young woman twerk next to him on the couch. Seems like an average weeknight activity for him.
Speaking of entertaining waves, Freddie Gibbs links up with Madlib and Anderson .Pakk and gets his jet ski on the water in his clip to “Giannis.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Emilio Rojas, Rich Bran, and more.
CURREN$Y – “RIGHT NOW”
FREDDIE GIBBS & MADLIB FT. ANDERSON .PAAK – “GIANNIS”
Source: TIDAL X Brooklyn 2017: Live on Tour at the Barclays Center – Red Carpet arrivals Featuring: Iggy Azalea Where: New York, New York, United States When: 18 Oct 2017 Credit: Ivan Nikolov/WENN.com
As similar as Chicago and New York City culture are you’d think that more of their rappers would collaborate on the regular and while that hasn’t been the case, Bronx’s Slayter and Chiraq’s G Herbo have changed that for at least a second.
Linking up for the clip to “Cold At Night” Slayter and G Herbo politic on the block to keep things cool with some icey pieces on their chests while the AC blasts out of their ride.
Iggy Azalea meanwhile continues to try to recapture that buzz that had her name in everyone’s mouth (for better or worse) and in her Kash Doll assisted visual to “F*ck It Up” turn up in a drop top “girls just wanna have fun” style.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Montana of 300, DJ Muggs and Crimeapple, and more.
SLAYTER FT. G HERBO – “COLD AT NIGHT”
IGGY AZALEA FT. KASH DOLL – “F*CK IT UP”
MONTANA OF 300 – “ART CLASS”
DJ MUGGS & CRIMEAPPLE – “JUST BECAUSE”
MADCHILD – “BRAINSTORM”
DONWILL FT. QUELLE CHRIS – “SCREENS”
RICCI – “LA BAMBA”
QUALITY CONTROL, MARLO & OFFSET FT. CITY GIRLS – “SOAKIN WET”
For the most the part the sports of basketball and football get most of the love and recognition when it comes to the Hip-Hop culture, but YFN Lucci is looking to change that and giving America’s pastime it’s long overdue salute.
For his brand new visual to “Turner Field” the ATLien takes to the field where the Atlanta Braves provided many joyful memories and heartbreaking moments to the baseball fans of the Big Peach. Damn those 1999 New York Yankees (tee-hee).
Back on the West Coast Young Dolph and Key Glock recreate the plot for Ice Cube’s Next Friday in their comedic clip to “Baby Joker.” These young millennials know nothing about the Hip-Hop classics. Props to Dolph and Glock for trying to put them on.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Moneybagg Yo, Stunna 4 Vegas featuring DaBaby, and more.
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September 20 2019 might go down as the day that a bunch of sci-fi nerds got massacred when more than half a million people are poised to storm Area 51 in search of alien life (this is true), but before then Lil Nas X and company give us an animated idea of how such a mission could go if no one dies.
For his remix visual to “Old Town Road,” LNX, Young Thug, Billy Ray Cyrus and Mason Ramsey make it to through the gates of the legendary “Dream Land” where alien life, robotic horses and even the Infinity Gauntlet reside.
Back in reality Bruse Wane links up with Papoose for some Caribbean vibes in their clip to “Killa Soundboy.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ric Wilson, Layton Green featuring Yung Miami, Lil Baby and PNB Rock, and more.
LIL NAS X, YOUNG THUG, BILLY RAY CYRUS, & MASON RAMSEY – “OLD TOWN ROAD REMIX”
BRUSE WANE FT. PAPOOSE – “KILLA SOUNDBOY”
LAYTON GREEN FT. YUNG MIAMI, LIL BABY & PNB ROCK – “LEAVE EM ALONE”
After seemingly falling off the face of the earth for the past few minutes, the ATLien returns with a duo visual for “Cash On Me” and “Covered In Sh*t” where Quan goes from making it rain on a soundstage to drifting off into an Eyes Wide Shut kinda fantasy. That was a horrible movie by the way.
Speaking of rare sightings, Fetty Wap comes out of hiding to link up with Tali Goya and Remyboy Monty in the tripped out clip to “Broadway.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from SRT Blue featuring Boosie Badazz, OBN Jay, and more.
RICH HOMIE QUAN – “CASH ON ME/COVERED IN SH*T”
TALI GOYA FT. FETTY WAP & REMYBOY MONTY – “BROADWAY”
Taking it back to the block for the black-and-white visuals to “Distance,” the Beast Coast spread love the Brooklyn way by sharing some smoke, drank, and even BBQ for family and friends. Shout outs to them for pouring out a little liquor for the homies that ain’t here. Not enough heads do that these days.
Down in South Beach French Montana finds himself under servellance but all the feds see is a bunch of big booty twerking in his clip for the City Girls assisted “Wiggle It.” Yung Miami catch up with Hazel-E yet? Not instigating, just askin.’
Before Jacob The Jeweler was keeping your favorite rappers dripping in ice, Dapper Dan was keeping the artists who paved the way for them fresh and clean.
The legendary clothing designer of the Hip-Hop game has come a long way from reworking high end name brand clothing into exclusive attire for pimps, hustlers and rap celebrities to holding it down as one of Gucci’s hottest designers.
Today (July 11), the triple OG sat down with Charlamagne Tha God, Angela Yee, and DJ Envy to talk about why he stuck with Gucci even after the blackface controversy, how he survived after his factory got shut down, and why he doesn’t start his own clothing brand.
Here are the 10 things we learned from Dapper Dan on The Breakfast Club.
Growing up with the legendary Pee Wee Kirkland, Dapper Dan remembers they were so poor they used to steal food and whatnot just to get by. Eventually he began to sell drugs to make ends meet but ended up locked up with one of the men who allegedly murdered Malcolm X. Interestingly enough the alleged killer got “crazy respect” behind bars.