Gorillaz returns after six years with the apocalyptic “Hallelujah Money” video, the first taste of their new record which is coming later this year. The band has issued this song on the eve of the Inauguration of President-Elect Donald Trump to serve as commentary on a politically-charged, historical moment.
Eddie Vegas, a hip hop artist hailing from London, just dropped his newest Grime track called linkin.
Los Angeles recording artist Syd has been paying major dues for the past several years as a former Odd Future affiliate and current frontwoman of neo-soul group The Internet. The promising young artist just dropped a new video for her single “All About Me” off her upcoming solo debut Fin.
South Memphis Born, With Lyrical Ability And Trap Lifestyle, Jay City & Cue Iv BrinG A Different Sound And Are A Power House From The South! Check out their new mixtape Shumpertboi today, and look out for more from the rising duo in 2017!
Anderson.Paak and Knxwledge collectively known as NxWorries just dropped a fun and trippy visual for their super smooth track “Sidepiece” off their acclaimed 2016 album Yes Lawd! today! Enjoy!
On the heels of releasing his new album Awaken, my love! Childish Gambino appeared on Jimmy Falon to perform the undisputed fan favorite single “Redbone.” The intimate performance was dope, with slight deviations from the record that make it worth a watch. Enjoy!
Drake shared a new video for his track “Sneakin’” Ft. 21 Savage. The video is super lo-fi and gritty, it’s slightly awkward, and a bit unoriginal highlighting chains, women, and a grotto. We get the struggle rap effect they were going for, and the song itself is dope, but at the end of the day we expected a little more on the visual tip from such a highly anticipated collab. Watch it below, and look out for Drizzy’s forthcoming project More Life, which is due out next month.
A$AP Rocky just shared a short film titled “Money Man” featuring new two songs featuring from A$AP Nast and Skepta. The black and white film was directed by Rocky, Dexter Navy, and his creative collective, AWGE.
Directed by Lacey Duke, has D.R.A.M. playing a chalk piano and riding his bike around while shooting fake cash out of cash gun. The Virginia rapper always seems to be having a good time. Stay tuned for the full release of Big Baby D.R.A.M.!
We’ve been loving every video off ScHoolboy Q’s Blank Face LP, and this might be our favorite yet. Groovy Q and E-40 joined forces for the “Dope Dealer” music video, directed by Ryan Staake. Creatively shot from the perspective of weed itself, this one is fun. Enjoy!
Los Angeles MC Sean Brown returns with another yet another video, this time for “Overdose” off his recent release Mascot 3. Few are matching Brown’s impressive output as of late, as he’s been dropping videos every Monday this month. Shot partially in the desert “Overdose,” is trippy and psychedelic, with dope lyrical content. Roll one up and enjoy!
The Weeknd is saying goodbye to his old self in the visual for his latest hit “Starboy,” which features everyone’s favorite robot duo Daft Punk. Check out this amazing video directed by Grant Singer.
G.O.O.D. Music artist Travis Scott just dropped of this short documentary “La Flame,” which is essentially a montage of Travis’s day to day life, which is far from boring, with cameos from Yeezy, Diddy, and more. There isn’t much you wouldn’t expect, but there’s plenty of girls, money, booze, private jets, recording studios and festivals to keep any normal person entertained. If you’re a fan of Travis you’ll definitely enjoy!
DJ Khaled and Nas team up for what may be the most extravagant video of the year. Clocking in at just under nine minutes the video features a vast array of tropical shirts, liquor bottles, and beautiful women in elaborate feather get ups. The beat is a crazy reinterpretation of the Fugees Fu-Gee-La, and as usual Nas brings insight, astute political observation and style. Most importantly Khaled rides a horse through the surf. Behold!
After starring in Kanye West’s steamy new video for “Fade,” Teyana Taylor is back with another sensual clip, this time for one of her own drops. This video was created with only photos, a technique called stop motion. Here’s ‘Champions’ freestyle shot by Sasha Samsonova.