It’s been a rather drama filled last few weeks for Meek Mill. From getting into it with Nicki Minaj and her hubby while shopping to continuing their war of words on social media, it’s been crazy for the Philly representative to say the least.
Still, Meek has officially moved on and gotten back on his grizzly. Today the Dream Chasin’ head honcho comes through with his new clip for the Justin Timberlake assisted “Believe” which depicts the struggle a family goes through when a loved one is locked up.
From Philly to Detroit, Royce 5’9 preaches the gospel according to the Book of Ryan from the altar in his Benny The Butcher assisted “Upside Down.”
Lil Nas X really took the music world by storm last year with his surprise country hit “Old Town Road,” and today the new school artist links up with a Hip-Hop OG from where his name might derived.
For their collaborative visuals to “Rodeo,” Lil Nas X seems to be angling for a part in Marvel’s upcoming Blade reboot as he becomes a blood suckin’ creature of the night. Big homie Nas on the other hand actually resembles the “Day Walker” with a sleek black leather outfit minus the sword.
Speaking of 2019 breakout stars, DaBaby continues his ascension in the rap game himself and with his latest NSFW video to “Shut Up” drops a collage of concert footage, behind the scenes clips and strip club film. He living that lit life.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from 2 Chainz featuring Future, A$AP Twelvyy, and more.
While many of today’s rappers like to style in the latest Maybach or Bentley or whatever the hell else is a sign of wealth on wheels, Curren$y keeps it thorough with some trucks you don’t wanna see the ops rolling up in.
Recruiting the talents of T.Y. for his visuals to “Gambling Shack,” Spitta and T use the headlights of a pair of Cadillac Escalades to help them shine while kicking their rhymes in the dark of night.
Elsewhere Hip-Hop OG groups Lords of The Underground and Onyx link up to bring back that hardcore head boppin’ and street stomping vibe that made them fan favorites in the 90’s for their clip to “What’s Up.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from G Herbo, Lil Tjay, and more.
Source: Day Three of Wireless Festival in Finsbury Park, London on Sunday 9th July 2017 (Photos by Ian Bines/WENN) Featuring: tory lanez Where: London, United Kingdom When: 09 Jul 2017 Credit: WENN.com
In his latest visuals to the Juicy J featured “50’s & 100’s,” Montana enlists the help of some “Golden Girls” (i.e. old ladies) to spit out their bars while painting the town red like it was 1950. We wonder how long it took them to memorize rap bars. Just sayin.’
Back on the block, Tory Lanez links up with his peoples and turns up everywhere from the ball court to the front of a church for his Fivio Foreign assisted clip to “K LO K.” Them priests musta been hella tight having a bunch of heads recording a rap video on their steps.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Plies featuring Jack Boy, Curren$y, and more.
FRENCH MONTANA FT. JUICY J – “50’S & 100’S”
TORY LANEZ FT. FIVIO FOREIGN – “K LO K”
PLIES FT. JACK BOY – “CHRISTIAN LOU LOU”
CURREN$Y – “POUND IN THE SKY”
G PERICO – “ONE MORE DAY”
NICOLE BUS – “RAIN”
PESO PESO – “ENCHILADA”
WATTS UP MICKEY FT. O.T. GENASIS – “WHERE YOU FROM”
Linking up with Lil Uzi Vert and Yo Gotti for his visuals to “Pose,” Megan and company show just how photogenic they can be as they, well, pose for a fancy photo shoot and shine like the stars they are.
Back in the studio Wiz Khalifa and AD puff on some KK (calm down, Kanye) before putting it down in the booth for their clip to “Chappelle’s Show.”
Source: WANTAGH, NY – AUGUST 19: Rick Ross performs during Day One of 2017 Billboard Hot 100 Festival at Northwell Health at Jones Beach Theater on August 19, 2017 in Wantagh City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for Billboard Magazine)
Aside from Aerosmith, Travis Barker is one of the few rock stars who gets love and shows love to Hip-Hop culture and for his latest video he gets some help from two of the rap games biggest stars.
It’s been more than 6 months since the rap coalition known as Dreamville dropped their highly anticipated collaboration project Revenge of the Dreamers III, but we’re still getting visuals for album cuts to this day.
The latest video comes courtesy of EarthGang’s “Swivel” which follows a group of kids whose bike riding in the dead of night exposes them to all kinds of violence in their neck of the woods and in their hood.
Keeping the vibe in the South, Boosie Badazz recreates his time in an AA meeting while showcasing his lavish lifestyle in his clip to “Drugs And Money.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Dear Silas featuring Big K.R.I.T., Russ, and more
We think it’s pretty safe to say that if you’re lucky enough to get Wiz Khalifa in your video then you’d better have some kush readily available for consumption.
Tyla Yaweh must’ve gotten the memo because for his Wiz Khalifa assisted visuals to “High Right Now,” he and Wiz burn enough trees to make Smokey The Bear shed a tear. That being said, how was Lil Yachty picked over Wiz for How High 2?! Oh yeah, the script was trash.
Speaking of movies, Doja Cat out here getting that soundtrack paper with a new clip for “Boss B*tch” off the Birds of Prey album. Summoning her inner Harley Quinn, Doja gets into all kinds of trouble whenever she ain’t turning up with her girls in the club.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from YBN Nahmir, Bizzy Banks, and more.
Needless to say we’re all for that enchantment that comes with that good ol’ Black Girl Magic, but when it comes to that everyday ol’ black magic, that’s another story on it’s own.
Kevin Gates seems to feel the same way as he finds himself the victim of some bad juju in his visuals to “Fatal Attraction” where Gates and some other unlucky men are held against their will by some attractive women who put them under their spell. It could be worse. Could’ve been Glenn Close throwing hexes on him or something.
Elsewhere Jay Fizzle and Young Dolph hit up a billiards spot to shoot some pool and get turned up on a boys night out in their duo clip to “Don’t Stop.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Kap G, Z Ro, and more.
Since coming into the gameRick Ross has been considered one of the rap game’s hardest rappers and though he comes off as married to “the life,” it looks like Rozay may be looking to settle down for real.
For his Summer Walker assisted visuals to “Summer Reign,” the Bawse lets a thick young woman into his life on onto his property where he proceeds to woo her off her feet with the lavish lifestyle and promises of picking out his casket when it’s all said and done. We bet he won’t let her rock any exclusive sneakers from his collection though. No true sneakerhead would let their love go THAT far.
On the other side of the South, Yo Gotti seems inspired by 2020 being election year and in his clip to “H.O.E. (Heaven On Earth)” rocks a red “Make The Hood Great Again” hat while taking questions from the press. We need that hat.