Yes! It’s finally here! The long awaited “Booty” music video from Jennifer Lopez featuring hip-hop’s princess Iggy Azalea. You may recall J-Lo posting a steamy teaser a weeks back and needless to say it got the Internet salivating. But now, thanks to queen J-Lo we are being blessed with the full video. Enjoy!
“You Want It” is the first single and video from the forthcoming A3C Volume 4 compilation, dropping October 7th. Hit the jump to catch the visual and check out the album cover, which was also revealed today. Read More
Check out this cinematic new music video, directed by Hype Williams, for the latest single from Common’s forthcoming 10th studio album, Nobody Smiling. This visual plays like a short film and I really enjoy the fact that we never see Common or Vince make an appearance throughout. Nobody Smiling hits stores on July 22nd via Def Jam and No I.D.’s imprint, Atrium Records.
Flatbush ZOMBiES lace us with a new visual, shot at Coachella. The trio is on their “druggy sh*t” with “Palm Trees,” taken from the ZOMBiES’ Better Off Dead mixtape. The video was shot and directed by APLUSFILMZ.
Sugar Factory Films takes it back to 2001 by unveiling the previously unreleased video for “Y’all Been Warned” from the Clan’s album Iron Flag. While not a spectacular video itself, it’s great that this visual has seen the light of day as I’m a big fan of the immensely underrated Iron Flag. Read More
iHipHop Distribution and A3C let lose another ill visual from A3C Volume 3. This one is by the dope spitter from Syracuse, Blizz, who is the latest signee to Trademark Da Skydiver’s The Barnes Corp imprint.
After dropping the audio last week, Trademark Da Skydiver follows up with some extremely dope visuals for his single “Rite Nah” featuring Dizzy Wright. This track is from Trade’s forthcoming album Flamingo Barnes 2: Mingo Royale, dropping November 19th via The Barnes Corp / iHipHop Distribution. You can pre-order the album on iTunes now. Read More
Brooklyn spitter Ken Rebel links up with Emani on this self-produced track which serves as the first single from A3C Volume 3, dropping October 1st. The compilation will feature over 50 of the best up-and-coming artists from across the country and marks the third year that iHipHop Distribution has partnered with the A3C Hip-Hop Festival in this capacity. Hit the jump to check out the cover art from this sure-to-be dope compilation. Read More