It’s been a helluva 2019 for Lizzo as she’s been so hot out here that even her years old song is being used in TV commercials like they just dropped or something.
Today the Motown born H-Town representative dropped the visuals for her latest commercial used hit “Good As Hell” where she’s accompanied by a high school band as she turns up from the music hall to the school bus. Oh, how this makes us pine for our high school daze.
And it seems like Killa season done crept on us as Cam’ron returns with a new clip for “Believe In Flee” where Harlem’s Pink Panther is accompanied by some murda mamis at a dancehall while he bops and spits.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from French Montana, Lil Duval, and more.
LIZZO – “GOOD AS HELL”
CAM’RON – “BELIEVE IN FLEE”
FRENCH MONTANA – “WHAT IT LOOK LIKE”
LIL DUVAL – “CHRISTMAS TREES”
O.T. GENASIS – “NEVER KNEW”
JOHNNY GILL FT. RALPH TRESVANT – “PERFECT”
JAY SANTANA FT. 9LOKKNINE – “PETERSON”
LIL KEED, LIL YACHTY & ZAYTOVEN – “ACCOMPLISHMENTS”
Even though it’s been a few months since Yeezy dropped his final album on Def Jam Records, TM104: The Legend of the Snowman, it is winter so you know the ATLien was bound to get frosty on.
Keeping things simple for his visual to his album cut “Don’t Make Me,” the OG Snowman politics by himself in an empty mansion while the camera captures images of all the riches and spoils he’s acquired over his illustrious career. Word to everything that Snowman ice can keep the devil cool in the summer.
Keeping the scene in the South, Kevin Gates comes through with his latest clip for “Bags” where we follow the day of Gates and an attractive young woman who eventually meet at the club only for Gates to run her off at his amusement. Least she didn’t get a foot to the chest.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Casino featuring T.I., Lil Baby, and more.
JEEZY – “DON’T MAKE ME”
KEVIN GATES – “BAGS”
CASINO FT. T.I. – “LOWKEY”
LIL DURK & ONLY THE FAMILY FT. BOOKA600 & G HERBO – “RIOT”
Though XXXTentacion is more than a year removed from this life his music continues to live on and with the help of his peers keeps on bumping on the block.
This time around it’s Trippie Redd and PnB Rock who do their part to keep his memory alive with the visuals to “Bad Vibes Forever” in which they show how quick an intimate relationship can sour when one of the two lovers is living a lie.
Meanwhile in Queens Consequence done officially moved on from his Love & Hip-Hop days and with his latest clip to the Conway The Machine assisted “Complex Con” takes it back to Queens where his style was born and cultivated.
After breaking out and establishing himself as a star in his own right a few years ago, The Weeknd’s been on an extra long hiatus minus a few guest appearances here and there but today the Toronto crooner returns with some new material for his hardcore fans.
For his latest clip to the Metro Boomin produced “Heartless,” The Weeknd finds himself fearing and loathing in Las Vegas before licking a toad and going on a psychedelic trip for the ages. He could’ve stuck to weed but nope! Went for another more potent kind of green.
Back in the club it’s girls night out as dvsn and Future look to get aqcuanted with the female party group in their clip for “No Cryin.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Ranna Royce, Yungeen Ace, and more.
We’re not the most religious people in the world but what’s with people taking to graveyards to shoot their music videos? Isn’t that bad luck or something? Maybe we’re just over thinking it.
Either way, Blac Youngsta doesn’t seem to have an issue with the aforementioned practice and in his latest visual to “Long Live” the CMG representative finds himself in a colorless graveyard only he, the roses on the ground and his fancy automobile are brimming with colorful life.
From the new to the OG, Onyx keeps their grizzley going in 2019 and in their Knuckles assisted clip to “Monster Gorillas” take it back to the NYC subway staircases where the jux used to go down on the regular.
Black Friday 2019 might as well be called “Yeezy Day” as sneakerheads were delighted with the highly anticipated restock of the Yeezy 350 Boost V2’s. And now, fans of the polarizing rapper are treated to some new visuals for a cut off hisJesus Is King album.
In the video for “Closed On Sunday,” Kanye brings his wife and kids along for a trek through his Wyoming land before Kris Jenner and the rest of his congregation show up throw up praise hands around Yeezus. The more time that passes the more we feel like this is going to end like Waco, Texas in ‘93. Just sayin.’
Back in Brooklyn, Fabolous gets back on his grind and for his clip to “B.O.M.B.S.” balls under the spotlight like an NBA player who’s spared the shame of playing for the Knicks (what happened to us, b?!).
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Fred The Godson, Reason featuring Ab-Soul, and more.
Sometimes it feels like one of the few people that Tekashi 6ix9ine didn’t drop dime on in Brooklyn is Troy Ave (he probably would’ve if he could’ve though), and since Troy is still awaiting his day in his court, he continues to put out new material to keep his career going.
In his latest visuals for “Chuck Norris” (these kids probably never even heard of son) Troy travels the streets of Brooklyn in a three-piece suit getting his mobster on and rubbing shoulders with goons and guidos.
From Brooklyn to Harlem, Vado toasts to the good life while with his crew out in the sticks where the air is fresh and the bubbly flows for his clip to “Dizzy.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including conscious gangsta rap from Big Shug, Mike G, and more
Once one of the most promising rappers in the game, Cassidy’s been off the Hip-Hop grid for quite some time now but today returns and does what he does best: rap about the hustle. In his brand new clip for “Another Plan” the Philadelphia MC schools the youth on what it takes to be a successful hustler in today’s day and age. On the low Cass still looks like he’s a high school senior himself. Props.
Back in Chicago another rapper from yesteryear shows and proves that he too still has a lot of fire in the tank as Twista and his crew of thick women count double digit stacks in his visuals for “Stackin Paper.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from King Combs featuring Jeremih, Vado featuring AZ, and more.
A few weeks ago Future got named in a paternity suit which could lead him to having a possible 8th namesake, so you know he’s about to get on his grizzly something serious to bring home that bacon.
That being said ATL’s Johnny Appleseed is coming through with a new clip for the Lil Durk assisted “Last Name” (HA!) where we get a glimpse of how Future goes about his everyday life. From hooping with his homies to shopping sprees for new clothes, Future living that lavish life. Don’t be surprised if his future videos feature him stopping by Babies R Us though.
Back at the skating rink, Alicia Keys links up with her homegirls to bust out some moves while styling in skate shoes for her retro-ish visual to “Time Machine.”
Desiigner’s been signed to Kanye’s G.O.O.D Music imprint for a few years now and though he’s taken issue with the way he’s treated by his label, he might as well make the most of a bad situation and keep on grinding for his, right?
Recently the disgruntled Brooklyn rapper dropped a new visual for his cut “DIVA” in which he actually seems to be living his best life complete with diamonds, money, exotic automobiles and half-naked women. Life could be worse, D. Just sayin.’
Back on the left coast, Macshawn 100 and Uncle Snoop get together to burn some sticky-icky while kicking it with other West Coast legends such as Warren G and E-40 for the clip to “So Fly So Wet.”