Oxford-based, masked hard rockers, Field of Giants prepare for the release of their second independent album, In Arcadia, set for release in June 2017.
At this point, whether or not you like Lil Dicky, or even take him seriously, you have to acknowledge the dude is insanely creative and talented (and kind of a low key genius in our humble opinion.) The fact that Dicky dropped 750 racks on this video alone makes it worth a watch, plus it features some solid acting and plenty of hilarity. We’ve never seen anything quite like it, enjoy!
Gucci Mane dropped this track w/ Nicki Minaj back in February. Now the track finally has an official video. What do you guys think, Trash or Fire?
West Coast hip hop mainstay Evidence is finally back with a brand new song and video, “Throw it all away.” The track has a tranquil vibe courtesy of frequent collaborator Alchemist, and Ev really finds a pocket on this one with some dope patterns, smooth delivery, and the honest content we’ve come to expect from him over the years. The video is minimal but dope none the less, enjoy.
Like him or not, Russ is making major moves almost entirely on his own, selling out tours around the world with no openers and relentlessly releasing self written, produced, and recorded music that’s racking up millions upon millions of plays. In his new video for “Exposed,” Russ is flexing major muscle and literally pointing out his own stats for any skeptics. Peppered with b-roll footage from insane shows from dozens of locations it’s clear from this video that the Atlanta rapper has truly leveled up, and he’s damn proud of it.
Snakehips and MØ just shared a live studio video covering Childish Gambino’s incredible track “Redbone”. This quickly follows up Snakehips and MØ’s collaboration “Don’t Leave” that’s been very successful so far.
King Kendrick is recently back in the spotlight as of late, and he just stepped up the intensity with his new video for “Humble,” a Mike Will Made It produced slapper that everyone’s talking about. Kendrick promised that he’s but putting the “whole industry on the ice pack,” and he wasn’t lying.
Mike WiLL Made It just dropped the visual for “On The Come Up,” featuring Big Sean, who’s also been on a roll this year. This cinematic video directed by Mike Piscitelli is everything you could hope for from a mainstream rap video; baddies, dope cars, and of course a whole bunch of fire. Enjoy!
Ever since Killer Mike and El-P teamed up to form Run The Jewels they’ve been defying expectations all the while putting out excellent music and maybe even better videos. The visual for Legend Has it, the first off their upcoming RTJ3 album doesn’t disappoint. Trippy, hilarious, and poignant, RTJ has done it again. Enjoy!
Mija just dropped a new music video for her drum & bass single “Secret”. It’s made from short clips from her favorite memories with friends from 2016.
Candian born, Minnesotta based artist Allan Kingdom just released the video for “Know About It,” the first content from his upcoming album Lines. The Cole Bennet directed visuals are colorful, trippy, and very entertaining, especially if you have something to smoke on while you watch. After much acclaim on his Northern Lights mixtape last year, we’re excited to hear the rest of Lines when it drops. Until then, enjoy “Know About It.”
GOOD Music artist CyHi The Prince continues to show signs that his long awaited album might actually be coming. He just dropped the visual for his track Nu Africa ft, Ernestine Johnson. Check out the video and cross your fingers that CyHi’s debut album drops this summer as planned.
Future is one of the biggest rappers on the planet at the moment. He just dropped a brand new video for the single “Use Me” off his new project Hndrxx out now on all major platforms. Enjoy!
Toronto artist Nav just released the visual for his much talked about single “Some Way,” featuring his XO label mate and boss The Weeknd. The video has a fun retro feel and fits the vibe of the track, and there’s plenty of eye candy too. Enjoy!
Electronic dua Zeds Dead present the official video for “Dimemories,” a cut off their forthcoming album Northern Lights. The trippy visual adds to the effect of this spacey tune that features a nice array of organic and synthetic sounds with subtle vocals creating a surprisingly emotional journey.