A couple days ago Atlantic Records’ Dusty McFly released some visuals for the Cardo produced ‘Watch Me Ball Out’. Watch as Dusty pulls the Jeep out and hits the hills with a fine female. This is the lead single from the Best of Both Offices Vol. 4 compilation project due out soon.
Toronto’s underground scene is buzzing, one of the catalysts is Terrell Morris as he continues to impress us. The latest comes in the shape of a visual release for his Brent Love produced single ‘Stoner Love’. Go grab Terrell’s impressive On Y Va mixtape over here.
Key! continues to impress everybody with the quality of his product, the latest is a visual for ‘Keep The Piece’. Peep below.
Sampling the late Aaliyah’s hit record “At Your Best (You Are Love),” Tamar Braxton gives us a visual to her Future-assisted single “Let Me Know.”
“OTFTM (Over Time For The Money)” is a song that has been getting top 10 requested on Sirius XM and radio stations in the Rocky Mountain Region of the US. Top Flite Empire, the rap group from Denver Colorado is unlike many due to the diversity of their music and its members. With a white frontman who sings as much as he raps (Johny Rocketz), a caucasian Cajuan rapper (Hypnautic) who is the most popular independent artist in Colorado and a black rapper (King Tef) from Colorado Springs who beat two different forms of life threatening rare cancers, the group’s music is as diverse as they are.
Rock City take it back to the Virgin Islands in the music video to their single “I’m That…,” which features 2 Chainz on the track.
Although neither appear in the visual, here is the official music video to MC Lyte’s “Dear John,” featuring Chi-Town’s Common.
Mary J Blige gives us a visual for her fresh track “Right Now,” off her upcoming project, The London Sessions. The album drops on December 2nd.