Kembe X will be dropping his new album Talk Back later this year and in support of the album the Chicago emcee is sharing the visuals for “Loosie.” It’s a neat, unorthodox music video, which finds Kembe journeying upside down through his neighborhood. Check it out after the jump.
Philly-by-way-of-Columbus producer RJD2 has teamed up with Philly-by-way-of-ATL spitter STS for the aptly-titled album STS x RJD2 [click here to read review]. In this new video for the album’s opener RJ mans the keys alongside a full band as STS lays his lyrical law in front of a live audience.
Future is on a roll, if you haven’t already taken notice. As of late, however, he’s been throwing away some visuals and here he’s dropping off another one. “Wesley Presley” appeared on Future’s excellent 2014 mixtape, Monster, and frankly I’m fiending for some new Fwetch stuff soon! In the meantime these visuals for “Wesley Presley” are A-ok with me.
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.
Avenue from Boston returns with a new video for his track “Spilt Milk.” The track is off of his upcoming project The Chandelier View which is due out May 19th. Check out the visuals after the jump.
In his latest visuals, Wiz Khalifa is portrayed as an honest and loving family man. Produced by Harry Fraud, Wiz’ “The Play” receives some sweet visuals. Here Wiz is chilling in public with his son Sebastian. Peep the Ty Dolla Sign cameo, though. Check out Wiz Khalifa’s “The Play” 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!
Raekwon links up with Snoop Dogg for his F.I.L.A. (Fly International Luxurious Art) cut “1, 2 1, 2.” The visuals arrive a few weeks after the release of his new album and it’s convenient that Snoop’s new album BUSH is due out tomorrow. Check out the visuals now.
Rapper STS and producer RJD2 are teaming up for a project next month entitled STS x RJD2. The duo is also sharing the visuals for their first single “Hold On, Here It Go” before the project officially drops. Check out the awesome visuals after the jump.
Last night Kendrick Lamar threw the first pitch at the Los Angeles Dodgers’ game against the San Francisco Giants. Compared to Jack White’s pitch at the Tigers game last summer (and 50 Cent’s pathetic attempt at one), Kendrick did a pretty well. Read our review of his latest album, To Pimp a Butterfly here. Watch his pitch after the jump.
A lot has been happening for the 22-year-old Chicago emcee as of late. For starters Vic Mensa performed with Kanye West on Saturday Night Live, delivering a hook on ‘Ye’s forthcoming “Wolves” track (set to appear on So Help Me God) followed by some turned up live performances with the man. The live performances were for a track entitled “U Mad,” which recently got released as a single. In addition, Mensa also signed with Jay Z’s Roc Nation recording label. That’s huge. So, yeah, evidently Mensa is doing quite well for himself on the mainstream end right now. Mensa also stopped by to team up with LA Leakers for an exclusive freestyle over Future’s anthemic Monster cut “Commas.” 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.