Quavo is riding a hot streak. The Atlanta rapper is currently on the road with Migos on the hip-hop stars’ Aubrey and the Three Migos Tour with Drake; he hit the red carpet at the recent VMAs (where “No Brainer” was nominated for song of the summer); and he found the time last week to drop a new music video, for “Lamb Talk”. The action doesn’t end there though…
After some technical problems, a new video from Tyler, the Creator for “See You Again” is out. The military themed clip is directed by Tyler under his Wolf Haley moniker, and features appearances from A$AP Rocky and Kali Uchis, who’s featured on the song from Tyler’s recent album Flower Boy.
Directed by Nick DenBoer and Kenny Hotz, the video is shot at deadmau5’s very own abode, where a wild party has broken out. Mouse heads are rampant, as intense dancing ensues and glittery farts and poops decorate scene after scene. This mau5ville: level 1 album will come as the first of several levels of unreleased music that will be released over the course of the next few months.
Tyga teased the record on Instagram a few hours before it dropped with cover art that featured palm trees and women in bikinis hanging out poolside. The D.A. Roman-produced single takes a little bit of flavour from the Ying Yang Twins’ 2005 hit, “Wait (The Whisper Song),” as well as Juvenile’s “Back That Azz Up” from 1998.
Last year DJ Khaled called in some favors from his friends Justin Bieber, Quavo and Chance The Rapper for their collaboration “I’m The One” and now they’re back at it. Today DJ Khaled has released another massive track titled “No Brainer” featuring Chance The Rapper, Justin Bieber and Quavo and it’s already a certified hit. The single is off Khaled’s forthcoming album Father of Asahd due later this year.
Mac Miller is back with an incredible new song & video that we already can’t get enough of. Not only that, but he just announced his new album SWIMMING is due August 3.
After the two rappers meet up in the French city, they each deliver a verse in front of the Eiffel Tower. Jaden Smith also makes a surprise cameo when A$AP Rocky mocks mumble rappers in the “Potato Salad” video. At the end of the track, the duo hint at a future collaboration called WANGSAP. The video then jumps to A$AP Rocky posing for a photograph with FKA Twigs.
Nicki Minaj has linked up with 6ix9ine on a new song called “FEFE,” produced by Murda Beatz and Cubeatz. The music video—directed by TrifeDrew and William Asher with additional direction from 6ix9ine himself—features Nicki and 6ix9ine eating ice cream, playing with water guns, and more. Watch it now.
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!