Directed by A$AP Ferg, A$AP Rocky and Shomi Patwary, the video is set in a neon-lit warehouse with the two rappers exchanging bars as the crowd hypes them up. Punom Patwary executive produced the flick, which ends with a bit of infrared-enhanced twerking for good measure.
Lil Nas X and Billy Ray Cyrus play a pair of time traveling cowboys in the outrageous, cameo-filled new video for their “Old Town Road” remix. The Calmatic-directed clip opens with Lil Nas X and Cyrus running from the law with a fat bag of cash. After the duo make their great escape, the sheriff, played by Chris Rock, shakes his head and quips, “When you see a black man on a horse going that fast, you just gotta let ‘em fly!”
Power Couple Offset and Cardi B go Brazy in music video for their new song Clout. Cardi Is far from shy when showing off her sexy body in this vid. Give it a play and you’ll see what I’m talking about!!!
Last week novelty rapper Lil Dicky released a song called “Earth.” The song features 30 or so guests singing the voices of animals, places, people, or viruses that Lil Dicky finds funny. The song uses ingredients of climate change are carbon emissions, political inaction, unethical consumption, and a host of other problems that are causing catastrophic weather events, rising global temperatures, and the displacement of millions of humans all around the world. Definitely worth a watch.
Check out this music video by Jay Sean performing With You with a grip of A team hussies. The song features Gucci Mane & Asian Doll (Official Visualizer) and directed by Jamar Harding.
Towards the end of last month, G-Eazy and Blueface teamed up for a JULiA LEWiS-produced single known as “West Coast.” Now, the two superstars have linked up with fellow Westside rappers YG and ALLBLACK for the official “West Coast” video and remix. Notably, the “West Coast” visual comes to us courtesy of director and editor Daniel CZ, who has worked with G-Eazy on multiple occasions. It also boasts appearances by local legends like E-40, Richie Rich and more.
Daryl Johnson, a.k.a. Byrd Nino, hailing from Tallahassee, FL, has been rapping and producing music since he was 13 years old. He has worked with many local artists such as T-Pain, Notty Black and Blood Shot. His latest album “I Still Got It” has a dirty south sound & is a solid body of work from the rapper. Available on all platforms: Byrd Nino – I Still Got It
There’s a few things you can expect whenever Tyga is dropping a music video. For starters, you know right off the bat that there will be a lot of ass. It’s pretty much a given that Tyga will get like a hundred women to have a twerking challenge in the background of his video.
After he releases the LP, Posner is set to walk across America – he confirms the challenge in his “Move On” video, announcing it’s going to take him around a year. Posner says he’s been through some incredibly tough times in the clip, referencing his dad’s tragic death after a battle with brain cancer. Text on the vid includes, “Sometimes when I’m alone, I still cry. I miss him.” He then explains how he also broke up with his girlfriend and lost his friend Avicii, who committed suicide in April.
The music video for City Girls‘ “Twerk,” featuring Cardi B, is built upon a simple concept. “On November 9th, The City Girls sent out a challenge to the world,” begins the Daps and Sara Lacombe-directed visual. “The goal…To find the world’s greatest Twerker.” In pursuit of this goal, various women were “flewed out” to compete for $50,000. The result is a cornucopia of gifted women twerking for glory, splendor and, as a press release so eloquently put it, “hard cash” — all in front of Cardi B and one half of City Girls, Yung Miami.
To introduce their collaborative project LSD, Labrinth, Sia and Diplo served up a debut single known as “Genius.” Revisiting that record, the three talented stars have reconnected as LSD for a special “Genius” remix featuring Lil Wayne. The new “Genius” rework comes to us courtesy of its official music video — a psychedelically-tinged animated production put together by director Ben Jones, producer James Merrill, animation outfit Bento Box Entertainment and illustrator Gabriel Alcala.
Up and coming American hip-hop artist Pologang DB is one rapper impossible to ignore. One-fifth of the acclaimed rap group ‘PoloGang’, the melodic and fierce, highly-polished bars of DB’s sound, are a breath of fresh air in a declining musical landscape of cliche’ hooks, mumble rap and autotune. He’s back with a brand new song and video, “Mama Left Me,” a genuine storytelling track looking back at DB’s past. Check it out here first!
Yesterday, Travis Scott further supported the Astroworld standout “YOSEMITE” by putting a portion of its lyrics on the back of a new Cactus Jack x READYMADE T-shirt. Now, the “Sicko Mode” superstar is back with the official video for “YOSEMITE.”
Rising rapper Hittz has been making a name for himself in Chicago for a while now, and he’s leveled up yet again with the Jadakiss assisted banger “Hood Legend.” Hittz sets off the track with supreme confidence, holding his own alongside hip hop veteran Jadakiss, who kills the second verse sounding as sharp as ever. The beat strikes a nice bacalce with a classic sample laced with modern drums and sounds bridging the generation gap between the two artists. The video is simple but genuine, giving a glimpse into the studio sessions and daily life of Hittz. Look out for a cameo from NY star A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie too!
There are very few artists in today’s era that really know how to grasp at catchiness in a whole new realm. Chicago’s DLOW does exactly just that with his versatile new single “Need It More.”If you wanted more of DLOW, then here is what you want and a whole lot more. The rising rapper has amassed an immaculate fan base collectively through shows, word of mouth and internet presence. And we definitely get more with “Need It More” for sure.
Hailing from Rockford, IL, Gabe Gizz and Nephew Sam are two of the top hip-hop recording artists on the rise. Their music blurs the lines between underground and mainstream hip hop with experimental styles and sounds that will bring a new feeling to the listeners ears. Check out their latest album, “Sounds of Elixir” below and follow them here: @GabeGizz @nephewsam33
6LACK is back with a quick follow up to his “East Atlanta Love Letter” music video; today, the Atlanta-native connects with J. Cole for the “Pretty Little Fears” visual. The two co-star in a video with contrasting stories as 6LACK expresses his feelings towards a past relationship, while Cole talks to his current love interest.
The video opens with the Quincy’s Car Wash manager, Ricky, explaining to a customer that he would be leaving the shop for a brief period of time to attend to some self-care needs. That’s when the Portland native Aminé and the group of girls turn the business operation into a party.
Atlantic Records and Lyrical Lemonade have joined forces to show rap fans just how to properly grocery shop. For the “Fr Fr,” video, Wiz Khalifa uses one of the many gems found on Rolling Papers 2 and along with Lil Skies, clip coupons and stems off of bud.
Nicki Minaj just capped off a pretty dramatic last few days with a bit of fun. The rapper dropped the video for “Barbie Dreams” tonight, following the few harsh words she had for Cardi B following their physical confrontation over the weekend. But the video features little sign that the rapper is anything but jovial, because how can you be mad when there are puppets?