Jack Harlow is all about that fresh lifestyle. The Kentucky-born rapper released his single “Nail Tech” — and the video, which Harlow co-directed with Frank Borin, stars none other than Yung Miami of City Girls. The song features background vocals from C-Tez, who also appears in the clip.
Red Hot Chili Peppers are back with their first new song since 2016. “Black Summer” also marks the band’s first song since guitarist John Frusciante rejoined the lineup in 2019. The track leads the band’s new album, Unlimited Love, which is produced by Rick Rubin and out April 1 via Warner. Watch the video for “Black Summer”
Flume has shared his latest song and video for “Say Nothing” with MAY-A, which is also the lead single from the musician’s forthcoming album Palaces. In the visual, we see MAY-A buried in black sand, interspersed with shots of a motorcyclist dressed in psychedelic gear.
Los Angeles meets North Carolina meets Memphis in this national link-up of YG, J. Cole, and Moneybagg Yo for their new song “Scared Money.” The track will be featured on YG’s upcoming sixth studio album, which will be titled Pray for Me.
Nearly four years after the release of the Grammy-nominated Daytona, Pusha-T fans are eating well once again with the two-part rollout behind the new track “Diet Coke.” Following the overnight streaming release of the song, which boasts production from the artist formerly known as Kanye West as well as 88-Keys, King Push has delivered the official video. As previously teased, Ye is indeed featured in the Omar Jones-directed clip, which brings to mind the “Flava in Ya Ear (Remix)” visual.
Rapper Kanye West shared a faith-filled message in the new video for his single, Heaven and Hell, which debuted Monday across social media. It’s the latest single off of West’s tenth studio album Donda, which was released last summer.
Juicy J and Wiz Khalifa teamed up for the new song “Pop That Trunk.” The track, which marks the deeply complementary artists’ first pairing since the 2020 The Hustle Continues cut “Gah Damn High,”. This horror-inspired video from director Gabriel Hart (a.k.a. Video God) is fire.
Over the past few months, a snippet of an unreleased Polo G song began spreading like wildfire across TikTok. The preview interpolated Michael Jackson’s 1988 hit “Smooth Criminal,” and a song at that level is about as out of reach as sample clearances get for most artists. Polo G, of course, is not most artists.
YG has dropped a new single titled “Sign Language” alongside a motorcycle and low-rider-filled music video. In the song, the Compton-raised rapper glides over a smooth beat while discussing his lavish lifestyle and dealing with haters.
On the heels of a blockbuster opening for Marvel’s newest film, Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings, DJ Snake, Rich Brian, and Rick Ross have unveiled the official music video for “Run It” which appears both in the film and on the official soundtrack to the film titled Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings: The Album.
KiD CuDi – Mr. Solo Dolo III. The official music video was directed By Jason Goldwatch. From the album “Man On The Moon III: The Chosen”. Previous videos featured extremely high production value, this one takes a more relaxed approach. This video mainly features various shots of Kid Cudi smoking his weed in different locations.
After his debut solo album, Dogboy dropped last week, Zillakami continues to assert his rock-heavy sound masterfully. Coming just after his latest LP debuted at No. 2 on Spotify’s Global Chart, he dropped the visual for his anthemic grunge track “Bleach” featuring Denzel Curry.
Kid Cudi has been enlisted by the biggest names in the rap industry recently. Although he’s done features for both Kanye West and Drake, Young Thug was the first to dip into the Cudi magic when he dropped “Moon Man” in April, which also featured Strick.
The video starts by stating that five exclusive tapes were hidden throughout Chicago and that the winners of the scavenger hunt were picked up by Mensa. Those five winners are seen throughout the film, as Mensa rides around the Chi in a black Lamborghini URS SUV, with a fitting license plate to match — ‘CHI 99.’ The video syncs well with the track, as the monochrome visuals toss and turn to the soulful Just Blaze-produced beat.
Out of the handful of tracks that Skrillex has shared over the past couple of months, “Butterflies,” his collab with Four Tet and Starrah, is definitely one of the best songs this year. He’s gone all out with these singles so far, releasing high-production music videos for both, further supporting that an album is around the corner.
Tyler, the Creator is an oddball artist that has had an impressive rollout for his new album, Call Me If You Get Lost, and the latest offering to the world from his alter ego, Tyler Baudelaire, is the brief yet on-brand visual for his punching album cut “Lemonhead.”
The return of Tyler, the Creator with his excellent album Call Me If You Get Lost has meant that fans have been treated to lots of short clips with Tyler’s inimitable visual style, but until today, there hasn’t been a full-length music video.
On Lyrics to GO Vol. 2 by KOTA The Friend he opens the alum with songs, “Clinton Hill” and “Luke Cage,” that both feature distinctly rose-colored and nostalgic mixes with vintage keys and classic percussion tracks. Both tracks sport verses from KOTA reminiscing while striving to stay true to himself.
DUCKWRTH captures those early quarantine days of longing with a bit of a sci-fi twist in the video for his SuperGood single “Kiss U Right Now.” This video features the singer/rapper playing the role of a super cautious bachelor trying to make it through the pandemic.
Fresh off the release of his acclaimed new album The Off-Season, J. Cole has dropped a Scott Lazer-directed video for “Punchin’ the Clock.” The video has a back-the-block approach, starring the rapper as he performs from the back of a Taxicab in New York City.