you wanna see a dead body? it turns out, they can’t kill kenny. even after calling out the ten-years-his-senior rapper, King Push, on “Control,” kendrick lamar and your favorite drug dealer’s favorite rapper still managed to produce one of hip-hop’s most powerful collabs in a Toronto minute. (more…)
Archive for the ‘Video’ Category
Fresh off the plane, Joey and crew rhyme fresh off the top. H/T to NahRight.
Ka, also known as Brownsville Ka, is something like the Elmore Leonard or Hubert Selby of rap music. He brings life and vitality to street tales sometimes untold, or too simplified otherwise. This video, from his latest project Night’s Gambit drags you through a ghetto and makes it like home.
King Push unveils the dark visual for his “Nosetalgia” collaboration with Kendrick Lamar off My Name Is My Name. Go take a stroll around the block with Terrence & Kendrick.
We get a second visual for a Lex Luger-produced track today, as Juicy J releases the official video for “All I Blow Is Loud,” one of the standout cuts off Stay Trippy.
Fredo drops a visual for the Lex Luger-produced “No Hook,” the latest offering from his upcoming Trappin’ Ain’t Dead album, which will be here on Halloween. Tech or treat.
Kazzie impresses with this simple but sober video about trauma. The Newark rapper might have hip-hop’s heart with more songs like this one.
In the latest episode of Noisey’s entertaining Back & Forth series, Pretty Flacko and Snoop D-O-double-G roll up a blunt and chop it up on a number of topics including groupies, dealing with early success, Drake, 2Pac, and more. Hit the jump for part two. (more…)
Ri-Ri drops the visual for her Mike WiLL Made It-produced single, “Pour It Up. Three minutes of Rihanna working it out underwater as the Twerk Queen of Atlantis. We ain’t mad.
Ferg and Rocky take the stage on Arsenio to perform “Shabba.” Trap Lord in stores now.
Nelly stops by The Breakfast Club to discuss his participation in the BET Hip-Hop Awards Cypher, his new album M.O., Miley Cyrus, and more.
the unofficial tag-team is one of hip-hop’s quiet victories over other forms of music. while rock and jazz and r&b is often replete with dual acts like the singer and the drummer, or the keyboard player and the bassist, hip-hop tends to thrive on the power of the individual voice. (more…)
Starlito and Don Trip impress with a narrative video about brotherly love gone sour. It’s a solid (if well-worn) trope about running an empire when (gasp) a lady comes between. Intriguing flows support the sometimes-filmic visuals from upcoming album Step Brothers 2.
iHipHop Blog Team