Ty Dolla $ign's single "Blasé" now has a video. The song, which features Future and Rae Sremmurd, has been out for quite some time. But now it's gotten a VHS-quality visual treatment. It's blurry and grainy and totally cool, just like how it was in the 90s! The clip, which was reportedly shot on tour, features cameos from Tinashe and Dej Loaf. (Sadly, Future Hendrix does not appear in the clip.) Check out the video for "Blasé" after the jump.
Young Thug is one of rap's most polarizing figures -- you either love him or you hate him. But either way you cut it, it doesn't matter to Thug. This 23-year-old Atlanta rapper has love for himself, and it's evermore evident in the visuals for his latest song, "Best Friend," which finds Thug hanging out hooking up with his himself, being his own driver, and uhh, meal, too. Craziness. Frankly, if you've been paying attention you'd know Thug has yet to disappoint (musically, speaking) and it appears as though his forthcoming mixtape with London on da Track, Slime Season, won't either. Check out the visuals for Young Thug's "Best Friend" after the jump.
In Big Sean's latest visual treatment for a Dark Sky Paradise cut, "Play No Games," he's joined by hook heavyweights Chris Brown and Ty Dolla $ign. The cool thing about this video isn't that it's a song by Sean or that Brown and Ty$ were guests -- that is almost strictly reserved for the inspiration for the video, which is the Martin Lawrence starring hit show "Martin." Peep the colorful video filled with stars and cameos (Can you find 'em all?) Check out "Play No Games" after the jump.
Earlier this month Jay Rock dropped his newest single, "Money Trees Deuce," which was a sequel to the awesome Kendrick Lamar track in both its title and song's spirit. Now Rock is sharing the official visuals for the track. It's Jay Rock so you're gonna wanna press play. Check it after the jump.
St. Louis, Missouri rapper/producer Deloney presents the self-directed music video for "Yea, I'm a Stunner", his self-produced single from his forthcoming album Black Choices. Deloney's previous releases include Ahole Music, Rhymes & Poetry, and STL-ien. “'Yea, I’m a Stunner'" is a feel good track for those feel good vibes with an old school reggae/dancehall influence," Deloney says. "I was inspired by this girl from my college track team that was from Trinidad and Tobago. Her Caribbean vibe inspired me to make a beat that had a reggae and dancehall influence. I wanted to make something that anyone can jam to." Check out Deloney's visuals after the jump. Black Choices drops fall.