Juicy J drops the official video for the Mike Will-produced intro track off his Stay Trippy LP.
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Rocky and the crew throw on their Jason masks and hit the streets in the visual for “Angels” off Long.Live.A$AP. Directed by Luke Monaghan and Lord Flacko himself.
Flocka celebrates Halloween by hitting the psych ward in his visual for the 808 Mafia-produced “Obituary” with Wooh Da Kid. This track appears on Flocka’s latest project, From Roaches To Rolex. Where’s that Flockaveli 2 at though?
Vic Mensa appears on BET’s The Backroom program and rips the mic for three minutes straight. Stay woke and make sure you check out Vic’s INNANETAPE.
Crooked I releases a video for the Snaz-produced “Against All Odds.” Directed by Bassel “Base” Naaman. People gotta stop biting Pac’s track titles, man.
Fresh out of jail, Keef liberates the visual for “That’s It” off his Almighty So tape. Directed by Zae. Minimalism, folks.
Troy Ave releases the visual for the title track from his upcoming New York City album, featuring Raekwon and N.O.R.E. New York City drops November 4.
Ariana Grande and Sean hit the masquerade ball for the “Right There” visual off Ariana’s Yours Truly LP. Personally, I’m just glad that Lil Cease, wherever he is, is getting a paycheck from this. The Wonderful World of Cease A Leo 2 coming soon. Maybe.
Drizzy spills the beans on the Hit-Boy-produced “Trophies,” which he said he had initially written two different hooks for. Drake says he will finish the song and release it soon, along with the “Wu-Tang Forever (Remix)” and a track with YG.
Action Bronson hooks up with director Rik Cordero and Complex TV and drops a hilarious trailer for his Blue Chips 2 project with Party Supplies, set to hit the intranets Friday. Bronsonelli takes it back to May ’95 for this one. 18 years later, we now know why Patrick didn’t dunk that.
Common is listenable here. Illa J and Frank Nitt don’t disturb or are harmless. Dezi Paige really steals the show. She’s finessing those strings with a half-staccato, half-grooving yodel. Lovely addition to a vanilla cream song otherwise.
Cops like to arrest black men, especially if they can tag the adjective “rapper” to the suspects. Fortunately, neither of these artists was held in custody, although as Joey shows, this kind of treatment is so absurd it’s laughable.
iHipHop Blog Team