Good news for rap fans: there will be a Run the Jewels 3, unfortunately not in 2015. After teasing the new project El-P shares the official visuals for their Run the Jewels 2 track “Early.” Check it out after the jump.
Rae Sremmurd is sharing their latest visuals for another SremmLife cut in “This Could Be Us.” So far they’ve shared “No Flex Zone,” “No Type,” and “Lit Like Bic.” In the video the duo of Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy head to South Africa for some fun and while they’re there they explore the beautiful country. Check it after the jump!
Future continues delivering that heat for 2015 with the official visuals for his DJ Esco-hosted mixtape 56 Nights cut “Trap N*ggas.” Produced by Southside the track finds Future reflecting on those still stuck in the streets and hopes that God can forgive them for their sins. The visuals are brought to you by FADER. Check it out after the jump.
“One Time for Hip-Hop” is the second single from rapper Laelo and producer Hec Dolo’s collaborative project entitled Deeper Than Plenty, Higher Than Most. On this record Hec Dolo mixes boom bap hip-hop drums, a thumping bass line and a timeless saxophone riff to formulate the perfect hip-hop beat. Lyrically, Laelo paints stories of his hustle and flow vividly on the provided canvas. No hook need. Just a dope beat and dope rhymes. Check out the visuals for “One Time for Hip-Hop” after the jump.
French Montana drops off the visuals to his Mac & Cheese: The Appetizer (w/ Harry Fraud) cut “Dontchu.” The visuals feature a certain storytelling quality to it. It also features a bad chick named Mileena Hayes. Check it out after the jump.
Young Buck, who recently dropped his 10 Bullets mixtape, returns with the visuals to “Not This Time.” The video looks as though it’s playing on the classic late 90s aesthetic as Buck dons some Colt 45s and Olde Englishs. Check it out after the jump.
Young Scooter’s “Lil Mexico” buddy Future has been killin’ it lately via his mixtape run (Monster, Beast Mode and 56 Nights) so it’s only natural Young Scooter would use this as some sort of inspiration. And, actually, he has. His latest mixtape Jug Season is a terrific addition to the Atlanta hip-hop cannon. Here, with the track title, Scooter channels some inner pain. Check it out after the jump.
Calling Fire Marshall Future. During Future’s new visuals for his Monster cut “F**k Up Some Commas” there are multiple fires started but Future is virtually unfazed by this. Fitting given his recent mixtape run (the aforementioned Monster, Beast Mode and the most recent 56 Nights with DJ Esco) is nothing but straight up heat. In the visuals here Future is almost literally “torching” everything in sight. This sentiment may also allude to his unstoppable nature as of late, as everything he touches turns into flames. Anyway, enough with the pyromaniac nonsense. Peep Future’s latest video for “F**k Up Some Commas” after the jump.
Looks as if “King Kunta” is the forthcoming single from Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly. Lamar recently shot the visuals for “King Kunta.” As Complex reports, the shoot took place at the Compton Swap Meet, filmed by Director X. Watch some behind-the-scenes footage below.
Ludacris’ Ludaversal is set to drop March 31st and with Luda already giving us a taste of “Call Ya Bluff,” “Beast Mode,” the K.R.I.T. featured “Come and See Me,” and most recently “Charge It to the Rap Game” we’re getting a good idea of where the album will go. Luda is now sharing the visuals from his first single “Call Ya Bluff’ which ya’ll can peep after the jump.
You may not have heard of singer-songwriter Diana Espir but she stands apart from your usual herd of pop singers as she oozes self-confidence and her latest single “Tomboy” reflects that sentiment with its unabashed approach to remaining independent even in the face of the music industry. For her music video for “Tomboy” Diana Espir is joined by St. Louis emcee and all-around standup guy, Nelly. Diana Espir has certainly come a long, long way from being a contestant on The Voice: France and by the looks of her latest single she isn’t looking to be another pretty face. Peep the visuals for Diana Espir’s “Tomboy” featuring Nelly after the jump.
The Sremm boys are back with brand spankin’ new visuals for their SremmLife cut “Lit Like Bic.” The video features plenty o’ cameos from the likes of Travi$ Scott, Juicy J, Drake, Diplo, Future, Mike Will Made It, Miley Cyrus, Lil Wayne, Meek Mill, and Justin Bieber. Check it out after the jump.