The clip kicks off with an appearance from Los Del Río performing their 1993 classic. Tyga is shown donning the same yellow suit and hat that Jim Carrey rocked in The Mask as he attempts to woo a dancer on stage. Special effects find his jaw dropping on the table, while his heart and eyes nearly explode out of his body.
Drake has unveiled a new song “War,” which arrived Monday night as part of a new mixtape El-Kuumba Tape Vol. 1, from his manager Oliver El-Khatib and Kuumba International. The song takes aim at everyone, and is a great example when you don’t know if your Canadian, Jamaican or British 😂
The video is A$AP Ferg’s latest production following the “WAM” visual featuring MadeinTYO, which was released in October. Currently performing nationwide for his Floor Seats tour, the rapper was recently announced on the line-up for The Netherlands’ WOO HAH! hip-hop festival in 2020. Elsewhere, he jumped on the Godfather of Harlem soundtrack in September with his single, “Hallelujah”, joined by Buddy and Wale.
Snoop Dogg is giving thanks…to himself. The West Coast veteran is back with his new single “I Wanna Thank Me,” which also serves as the title track from his upcoming album. The Battlecat production was inspired by his viral speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November.
Teenage singer Tones and I shoots from busking to global success with song Dance Monkey. Just months ago, the 19-year-old, known by the stage name Tones and I, was living in a van and singing on the street in the coastal town of Byron Bay, south of Brisbane. Now she’s famous AF
Longtime collaborators Street Life and Method Man have released a new single, “Squad Up.” The track features, and was produced by, Havoc of Mobb Deep.
Metro Boomin pulls out all of the stops for a relentlessly fun, horror-themed tape titled “Issa Nightmare on Elm Street, feel like Jason, Friday 13th”. Checkout our favorite track from the project “Rap Saved Me” below. “I’m gang banging (gang), and I’m dangerous (hey) Smith & Wesson (brrt), and it’s stainless (woo) Brand new Rari (skrt), I’m finna paint it (yeah) She took a xanny (yeah), then she fainted (yeah)”
Young Gerald looks to be a patient in a psych ward while tied down to the hospital bed. He shares a kiss with a woman doctor, who escorts the Bay Area native to freedom. The Bonnie and Clyde pair team up to execute a heist in the city, which leads to a high-speed chase with law enforcement.
Fresh off releasing their first song in 16 years, Gang Starr – the rap duo of DJ Premier and the late Guru – have shared their new video for “Family and Loyalty,” their J. Cole-assisted single. The visual was directed by another hip-hop legend, Fab 5 Freddy.
Feed the weird is a hip hop duo who are obsessed with the strange and the occult. The duo, Yami Weird and HellAir, have been friends since middle school and have had a mutual love for hip hop and punk rock. Both grew apart after moving out of their shared neighborhood, until Yami reached out to hell after publishing a rough version of his son 666 ways back in 2018, after that they decided to form a group and publish their music independently with hopes of escaping the boring life of Northeastern Tennessee. Check out their new album from F.T.W. here first brought to you By Pump Fink Records.
Big Sean put the world on notice when he went back-and-forth with ASAP Ferg on his latest single, “Bezerk.” Now, the two have come together to drop an entertaining video of the Hit-Boy produced track.
Travis Scott shares the video for “Wake Up” featuring The Weeknd, a cut off of ASTROWORLD album. The black-and-white visual for the record was directed by Jonah Hill and finds La Flame walking through a huge mansion while a number of bodies are scattered around the premises appearing to be asleep. As Scott walks around, everything begins to levitate, including Travy himself.
Only a little over a month since Tyga dropped his seventh studio album Legendary, but the hip-hop hitmaker is already back with a new single. “Bop” teams up Tyga with YG and Blueface for a West Coast banger that should hit strip clubs throughout the coast.
Taking place on the basketball court, Gerald and T-Raww suit up for the “Tycoons” and lead their team to victory, all while getting help from Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns, who throws down a few alley-oops in the process. Kirko Bangs also makes a cameo on the team as well.
D.C. rapper GoldLink will soon head on tour with Tyler, the Creator, and in anticipation of their shows together, the two artists have shared “U Say,” a new collaboration also featuring London rapper Jay Prince.