Now that his latest album Hotel Diablo (a play on his famous Eminem diss track “Rap Devil”) has hit the streets, Machine Gun Kelly is on his grizzly dropping visuals in support of his latest project.
Linking up with Trippie Redd for the video to “Candy,” MGK tackles the issue of drug use and floats around the isles of a pharmacy where SNL star Pete Davidson hands out controlled substances like, well, candy.
Back on the West Coast, Hip-Hop OG Rass Kass returns to show and prove that his pen is still as sharp enough to cut through the pages in his black-and-white clip to “F.L.Y.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Salaam Remi and Joell Ortiz, Cassie Veggies featuring Dom Kennedy, and more.
Wait, wasn’t Lil Uzi Vert going to hang up his microphone just last month or something? He must’ve thought better of it cause he’s still out here dropping new material.
Today the Philadelphia artist tries to angle for a spot in the Marvel Cinematic Universe as he recreates the famous club turn bloodbath scene from Blade in his visuals to “Sanguine Paradise.” We feel like today’s Hip-Hop generation won’t know where he got the idea for this video from.
Speaking of Hollywood movies, the newest Little Mermaid, Halle Bailey and her sister Chloe get their elegant grown woman on and seduce a lucky man in their visual to “Who Knew.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Saweetie, YFN Lucci, and more.
Source: NEW YORK, NY – OCTOBER 17: Fat Joe performs onstage during TIDAL X: Brooklyn at Barclays Center of Brooklyn on October 17, 2017 in New York City. (Photo by Kevin Mazur/Getty Images for TIDAL)
As many rappers as there are in the game from the Big Apple you’d be hard pressed to find a pair of prouder New Yorkers than Jim Jones and Fat Joe.
Today the Harlemnite and Boogie Down representative link up for the visuals to “NYC” which features Capo and Don Cartegena holding it down from the rooftop to the streets as some of New York’s most famous landmarks are showcased throughout the clip.
From the East to the West, Ranna Royce is the latest in a long line of women who have taken issue with Alabama’s Governor Kay Ivey signing in a bill that bans abortion in the state and in her clip to “Key Ivey” stands up for women across the board fighting for their God given reproductive rights. Props.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Compton AV featuring O.T. Genasis, Classified, and more.
It’s been six months since A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie dropped his sophomore effort Hoodie SZN and while the lifespan of an album these days are weeks to two months, the BX rapper is still putting out videos in support of the album.
For his newest visual to the Tekashi 6ix9ine assisted “Swervin” A Boogie finds himself all over the place going from a burning airplane to the strip club. Needless to say Tekashi was M.I.A. from the set do to his jail stint, but it looks like his dime dropping ways also got his vocals completely removed from the song itself. Them the breaks.
Keeping the scene in the Bronx, Chris Rivers pays tribute to his legendary MC of a father Big Pun and in his clip for “Sincerely Me” reenacts scenes from some of Pun’s classic music videos. CR been proving the apple ain’t fall far from the lyrical tree. Stop sleeping on the man.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Tee Grizzley, Don Q, and more.
Source: 2014 BET Hip Hop Awards held at The Atlanta Civic Center – Arrivals Featuring: Kevin Gates Where: Atlanta, Georgia, United States When: 20 Sep 2014 Credit: WENN.com
Though Rich The Kid has had a rough go of things in his young rap career having gotten juxed out in LA a few times, you have to give him props for continuing onward and upward regardless of the L’s he’s been taking from the wolves.
Today the ATLien continues to chug along and in his clip for “Woah,” links up with Miguel and Ty Dolla $ign to host a small get together at a house filled with exotic women from all walks of life.
Keeping the scene in the south, Kevin Gates gives viewers a sneak peak of what his training regiment consists of and shows off his new physic in his clip for “Push It.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Afro B featuring French Montana, Maxo Kream, and more.
RICH THE KID, TY DOLLA $IGN & MIGUEL – “WOAH”
KEVIN GATES – “PUSH IT”
AFRO B FT. FRENCH MONTANA – “JOANNA (DROGBA) REMIX”
While Travis Scott has become the new face of Houston Hip-Hop, Slim Thug is out here reminding everyone how the tippin’ state got put on the map in a major way.
Today the OG Hip-Hopper who once dated the third and forgotten member of Destiny’s Child *he was that big), returns with a visual for the Beanz N Kornbread assisted “Playas Get Chose” in which he gets his “Sugar Daddy Slim” pimp on and showcases his southernplaylisticcadillacmuzik lifestyle that some would kill for. He ain’t have to kill for it but he sure as hell is killing it.
Source: SAN FRANCISCO, CA – AUGUST 13: ScHoolboy Q performs during the 2017 Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival at Golden Gate Park on August 13, 2017 in San Francisco, California. (Photo by C Flanigan/WireImage) Uploaded By Godspeed
As Cardi B faces serious jail time for allegedly plotting the infamous strip club fade that left some talented dancers with half-paralyzed booties, hence, not being able to fully twerk (#kidding), the Bronx born rapper continues to go about her grind as if it’s just another day in the hood.
Today the outspoken rapper dropped a NSFW visual to “Press” in which Cardi reimagines how her interrogation went while walking around naked but at the same time nipple-less. If a nipple isn’t shown but the full breast is, is that still nudity? You tell us.
Back in LA ScHoolboy Q links up with Kid Cudi to run up on some unsuspecting victims in the middle of the street for their clip to “Dangerous.” A quick cinematic type clip.
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Thirstin Howl The 3rd and Sadat X, N.A.O, and more.
CARDI B – “PRESS”
SCHOOLBOY Q FT. KID CUDI – “DANGEROUS”
THIRSTIN HOWL THE 3RD & SADAT X – “EAT THESE BARS”
Source: Kings of the Streets Tour with Lil’ Boosie, Plies and Blac Youngsta at James L. Knight Center Featuring: Boosie Badazz formerly Lil Boosie Where: Miami, Florida, United States When: 17 Sep 2016 Credit: Johnny Louis/WENN.com Uploaded By Godspeed
There was a time when is a Migos music video wasn’t using a strip club as the backdrop or strippers in general you’d think that something was amiss like “Were they banned from the big boy bar or something?” It just so happened that they were evolving before our eyes but today they take it back to their favorite scenery and we ain’t complaining.
Taking court at The Quality Control Stripper Bowl for their visual to “Stripper Bowl,” the Migos and everyone in attendance didn’t just make it rain, they created a monsoon in there and we doubt FEMA would be able to convince anyone in the club to run for the exits. Not with that world-class twerking taking place.
Keeping the scene in the south, Boosie Badazz links up with Cartel and chop it up on the block and politic with the people in the clip to “Make It Out The Streets.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Malibu Mitch, Ronny J, and more.
MIGOS – “STRIPPER BOWL”
CARTEL FT. BOOSIE BADAZZ – “MAKE IT OUT THE STREETS”
YUNG SLATT & B STAKK FT. PEEWEE LONGWAY – “WORK MY MOVE”
YG’s history of rocking some questionable attire is well documented and though social media done cut ass on him for his fashion choices the Compton rapper still rolls hard like a G.
Continuing to style on ‘em as only he can, YG gets classy with it and blesses a star-studded crowd with a private performance before turning up with his peoples in the clip to “Hard Bottoms & White Socks.”
Keeping it in the family, YG’s breakout artist Blueface looks to keep his “Thotiana” momentum going with his visuals to the Rich The Kid assisted “Daddy” where Blue balls outta control to the delight of a thick young woman.
Check out the rest of today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Matt Muse, King Louie, and more.