Dropping the audio at the end of 2019, fast-rising New York recording artist LuKING enters 2020 with the official visual to his new hit, titled, “Dotted Line”. The song seamlessly pairs a blend of Hip Hop and R&B with thought-provoking, relatable lyrics.
In the video, LuKING is engulfed in an intense love triangle which leaves him having to choose which one of the leading ladies he will ride off into the sunset with, leaving the other to mourn from love loss. Who will he choose? Hit the play and find out.
On the video’s concept, LuKING said:
“The concept of the video was to portray a real-life situation of being in a dead-end relationship but then another female comes into your life and opens your eyes to what could be.”
Watch “Dotted Line” below.
After becoming a leading force in Calgary’s hip-hop scene, and opening for the likes of De La Soul, The Roots, Public Enemy and Mos Def, the duo of Dragon Fli Empire pay homage to the legendary Flava Unit and Juice Crew in their video for “Fli Beat Patrol,” a funk-laced banger, prodded by Djar One. The track appears as the B-side on the duo’s Record Store single, which contains the J-Live featured title track on the A-side. The 7-inch 45 is available now via Ill Adrenaline Records’ online store, Fat Beats, HHV and various record stores around the globe, as well as all major digital retailers and streaming platforms.
Making his worldwide premiere is the Brooklyn, New York recording artist Dada Major. After achieving regional popularity with previous tracks “La La La,” “Sippin Bottles” and “Palace,” the fast-rising act takes his show to the next level in the new visual, titled, “Joker”.
Directed by Cruxell Maxwell, Dada delivers his best interpretation of Joaquin Phoenix’s The Joker in the new video as he runs rampant throughout the streets as the Prince of Crime. While running amuck, Dada Major stays in character with a couple dim witty and chaotic lyrics that will easily convince fans that Major is one of 2020’s hottest new artists. “Joker” is produced by Beats by Izak via Winners Circles Recordings.
Watch “Joker” Now.