Wiz Khalifa’s new album is finally here. First announced all the way back in 2015 following the release of his Cabin Fever 3, Wiz has been teasing the album for the past 3 years now, each year providing further hope to fans that is was right around the corner. Well after months of promotion, we’re finally happy to say Rolling Papers 2 is here.
Lil Pump has released the official music video for his single “Drug Addict” from his upcoming Harvard Droupout mixtape. The three-minute visual sees the American rapper link up with Charlie Sheen at a medical institution, both acting as practitioners dressed in lab coats and as patients linked up to machines.
Besides being a talented rapper, Iggy Azalea often makes headlines for her insane behind. There is no shortage of bootylicious shots in her new video for “Kream,” featuring Tyga.
As we continue to creep closer to the release date of Wiz Khalifa’s new album, Rolling Papers 2, the Pittsburgh rapper unbags more and more content. Recently, the Taylor Gang boss broke out the visual for his Gucci Mane-assisted single, “Real Rich.”
The clip finds the ATL trio patrolling their lavish villa as they take on the role of menacing drug traffickers. The Quality Control rappers are protected by an armed security team so there are no worries while they flow over the DJ Durel-produced tune. Huncho then finds himself surrounded by a plethora of beautiful women while riding the waves in a formidable sports boat.
The non-stop visual feast features 2 Chainz delivering his verse while two police officers hold him at gunpoint, Big Sean parading around the Oval Office in a Colin Kaepernick jersey and Nicki Minaj atop a pink plastic horse.
If you somehow don’t know about GoldLink at this point, you really should. The super smooth DC rapper is both talented and original and although he borrows elements of classic hip hop and soul, his music is entirely modern. Thses NPR Tiny Desk Concerts rarely disappoint, but this is one of the best yet. Watch Link and an amazing group of musicians and singers perform tracks from all of his stellar projects: “Bedtime Story” from The God Complex, “Dark Skin Women” from 2015’s And After That We Didn’t Talk and finally “Some Girl” and “Pray Everyday (Survivor’s Guilt)” from 2017’s At What Cost. Enjoy!
Childish Gambino (aka Donald Glover) is proving to be one of the most prolific entertainers of his generation, balancing a successful music career along with equally successful endeavors in acting, screenwriting, and stand up comedy. On the heels of his massive hit “Redbone,” from of his rebirth album Awaken My Love, Gambino has been on a roll. He just announced a US tour with support from rapper Vince Staples, and now he’s released a poignant song and video titled “This Is America.” Donald displays yet another talent with some solid dancing skills and many other surprises in this powerful video.
TDE’s songstress SZA goes head to head with Kung Fu Kenny in her dope new video for “Doves In The Wind,” a cut from her 2017 album CTRL featuring Kendrick. The action packed video is an interesting juxtaposition against the laid back vibe of the track, but it works. Chec out the video below to see who wins the rumble.
“It goes one, two, three, four, five, six, seven. Buckshots to your back to send your ass to heaven.” This one for sure will have you throwing your hands up at a house party this weekend yelling out “AY” and bouncing to the beat. Photo via the talented @jauwsh.
A$AP Rocky has been relatively quiet for a while now, it’s been 3 years since he dropped his last full length project, and he’s really only popped up on few random features here and there in the mean time. He just introduced two new songs during his Jimmy Fallon performance recently, and now he’s back with the video for “A$AP Forever,” a dope flip of Moby’s classic “Porcelain.” As always when it comes to Rocky, this video is nice and trippy, and super clean.
G-Eazy provides another push to his latest album The Beautiful & Damned by dropping the video for his third single “Sober,” featuring Charlie Puth. G Eazy plays different characters, showing the progression of his bad habits through the decades.Things end up getting crazy, and the video comes full circle with us finding out how exactly he ended up in the trash in the first place.
Tobi Lou is someone that just get stuck in our head for days at a time. This chill, bright instrumental makes for the perfect foundation for his latest video. Smino is the perfect compliment for this epic song and video. Enjoy!
Migos are back with a new music video for their Drake collab “Walk It Talk It,” one of the better songs from their absurdly long new album Culture II. The video, an Apple music exclusive, is a ’70s-tastic Soul Train homage featuring Jamie Foxx as Ron Delirious, the host of the fictional show Culture Ride. Everyone, including Drake, wears a ridiculous wig.
Lil Dicky Switches Bodies With Chris Brown for ‘Freaky Friday’ Video Feat. DJ Khaled, Ed Sheeran & Kendall Jenner. Inspired by the 2003 classic film itself, the video is just as much a comedy skit as it is a rap song, a concept popularized and perfected by the Lonely Island.