Post Malone – “Goodbyes” ft. Young Thug (Rated R)

Post and Thugger recently dropped a new track called “Goodbyes”. This is the first time Post and Thug collaborated on a track and is Post’s first single of 2019. In this slightly gruesome music video, a zombified Post Malone emerges from his grave and walks around his town in search of the girl who left him for dead.

OnlyJame – SuperStar

Up and coming hip artist, OnlyJame (Darnell Barrett) just dropped his latest single “SuperStar” off his upcoming EP “Yo Girl’s Playlist” dropping tomorrow! After getting some recognition in Chicago back in 2014 at a time where drill music was in its prime, OnlyJame moved to LA to further his career. He’s now making big waves in LA. His sound and style is more melodic rap, some songs even seeming more R&B; but not his latest song superstar. It’s a a striaght up rap song & dude’s got bars. Check the track & music video here first. Enjoy!

Adam Sandler – Phone, Wallet, Keys

While promoting 100% Fresh, his upcoming comedy special on Netflix, comedian Adam Sandler performed a very funny rap about always remembering his “Phone Wallet Keys” whenever he goes out, the ubiquitous checklist for the modern age.

A$AP Ferg – Pups ft. A$AP Rocky

Directed by A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky and Shomi Patwary, the video is set in a neon-lit warehouse with the two rappers exchanging bars as the crowd hypes them up. Punom Patwary executive produced the flick, which ends with a bit of infrared-enhanced twerking for good measure.

Lil Nas X – Old Town Road

Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus play a pair of time traveling cowboys in the outrageous, cameo-filled new video for their “Old Town Road” remix. The Calmatic-directed clip opens with Lil Nas X and Cyrus running from the law with a fat bag of cash. After the duo make their great escape, the sheriff, played by Chris Rock, shakes his head and quips, “When you see a black man on a horse going that fast, you just gotta let ‘em fly!”

Lil Dicky – Earth

Last week novelty rapper Lil Dicky released a song called “Earth.” The song features 30 or so guests singing the voices of animals, places, people, or viruses that Lil Dicky finds funny. The song uses ingredients of climate change are carbon emissions, political inaction, unethical consumption, and a host of other problems that are causing catastrophic weather events, rising global temperatures, and the displacement of millions of humans all around the world. Definitely worth a watch.

West Coast feat. Blueface, ALLBLACK & YG

Towards the end of last month, G-Eazy and Blueface teamed up for a JULiA LEWiS-produced single known as “West Coast.” Now, the two superstars have linked up with fellow Westside rappers YG and ALLBLACK for the official “West Coast” video and remix. Notably, the “West Coast” visual comes to us courtesy of director and editor Daniel CZ, who has worked with G-Eazy on multiple occasions. It also boasts appearances by local legends like E-40, Richie Rich and more.

Byrd Nino – I Still Got It

Daryl Johnson, a.k.a. Byrd Nino, hailing from Tallahassee, FL, has been rapping and producing music since he was 13 years old. He has worked with many local artists such as T-Pain, Notty Black and Blood Shot. His latest album “I Still Got It” has a dirty south sound & is a solid body of work from the rapper. Available on all platforms: Byrd Nino – I Still Got It

Tyga – Girls Have Fun ft. Rich The Kid, G-Eazy

There’s a few things you can expect whenever Tyga is dropping a music video. For starters, you know right off the bat that there will be a lot of ass. It’s pretty much a given that Tyga will get like a hundred women to have a twerking challenge in the background of his video.

Mike Posner – Move On

After he releases the LP, Posner is set to walk across America – he confirms the challenge in his “Move On” video, announcing it’s going to take him around a year. Posner says he’s been through some incredibly tough times in the clip, referencing his dad’s tragic death after a battle with brain cancer. Text on the vid includes, “Sometimes when I’m alone, I still cry. I miss him.” He then explains how he also broke up with his girlfriend and lost his friend Avicii, who committed suicide in April.

City Girls – Twerk ft. Cardi B

The music video for City Girls‘ “Twerk,” featuring Cardi B, is built upon a simple concept. “On November 9th, The City Girls sent out a challenge to the world,” begins the Daps and Sara Lacombe-directed visual. “The goal…To find the world’s greatest Twerker.” In pursuit of this goal, various women were “flewed out” to compete for $50,000. The result is a cornucopia of gifted women twerking for glory, splendor and, as a press release so eloquently put it, “hard cash” — all in front of Cardi B and one half of City Girls, Yung Miami.

LSD – Genius (Lil Wayne Remix) ft. Lil Wayne, Sia, Diplo, Labrinth

To introduce their collaborative project LSD, Labrinth, Sia and Diplo served up a debut single known as “Genius.” Revisiting that record, the three talented stars have reconnected as LSD for a special “Genius” remix featuring Lil Wayne. The new “Genius” rework comes to us courtesy of its official music video — a psychedelically-tinged animated production put together by director Ben Jones, producer James Merrill, animation outfit Bento Box Entertainment and illustrator Gabriel Alcala.

Pologang DB – “Mama Left Me” / Shot By Hogue Cinematics

Up and coming American hip-hop artist Pologang DB is one rapper impossible to ignore. One-fifth of the acclaimed rap group ‘PoloGang’, the melodic and fierce, highly-polished bars of DB’s sound, are a breath of fresh air in a declining musical landscape of cliche’ hooks, mumble rap and autotune. He’s back with a brand new song and video, “Mama Left Me,” a genuine storytelling track looking back at DB’s past. Check it out here first!

 
 
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