H/t The Masked Gorilla for this, the lead single from the new Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles movie. Wiz Khalifa and Ty Dolla $ign add their cowabunga Taylor Gang surfer swerve to this soundtrack song. Juicy J also “got your back like a turtle shell.” Good to know. Check the video for the reptile movie after the jump.
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The kick and the snap on this one makes it the ideal blend of ATL crunk and Bay Area bounce. This duo could put out an album of only these and we’d be cool. Rich Homie is a revivalist in this unique way, finding a groove where his melodies fit and sticking to it. Check the fraternity stepper inspired video after the jump.
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From Retro Hash, here is a hippie Asher Roth with a soul infusion from ZZ Ward. This is a better look for him than the smug frat boy ethos of “I Love College” and that era. The grainy filter and hazy images give light to already sparkling harmonies in a full musical experience unlike AR’s previous stuff. Check it out after the jump.
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Freeway & the Jacka are the latest in a duo series the Philly gangster rapper has formed. His works with JakeOne and Girl Talk, respectively, were solid. Of course his State Property team were the best almost-legends that never were. “Cherry Pie” features Gibbs and singer Jynx trotting through broken ghettoes, singing a hustler song through smoke plumes. Check it after the jump. H/t Miss Info.
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I fux with this right here. It’s heavy and tingly like a smoker’s day dream. These Left Coasters and Sir Michael Rocks (of the Cool Kids) created something really distinct by joining up and it needs to continue. They were knocking at the door and someone let them in at the right time. Check the video after the jump.
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King Chip has this art-house video for your viewing pleasure. The title fits the concept perfectly too, a collage of slideshow images, some intense lazing around and a dark brooding protagonist. It also takes the focus off of Chip and puts it squarely on the Ohio sound and lifestyle he wants to celebrate. Watch the too-cool video after the jump. H/t NahRight.
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Never let it be said (again) that the musical-genius-vampire-ageless-low-key-Asian-man that is Pharrell doesn’t create ethnically diverse videos. After the humdrum about “Blurred Lines” not featuring enough women of multiple shades, he releases this. Miley Cyrus feature notwithstanding, this might be his most diverse display of beauties since his and Snoop’s “Beautiful” way back in the early 2000s. Check the rainbow colored visuals after the jump.
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