Let the be the last “Try Me” affiliated post I write… After releasing their remix of the single not long ago, RJ and YG followed through with an official video for the Dej Loaf remix.
As the work on Still Blue (Boom Bap & Blues 2), Jared Evan takes viewers on an on-the-run adventure in his last Statik Selektah-produced cut, ‘Scene’. Their collaborative album is set to drop October 28th.
Deniro Farrar releases an incredibly sharp video for “Rebirth Intro”, and although short, captures the essence of the cult rap leader and the ‘Rebirth’ EP released earlier this year – including a moment where his son is playing in the grass.
PRyhme, the new duo of DJ Premier and Royce Da 5’9″, have a collaborative full-length coming out. We heard “Courtesy” last week, and today you can watch a hazy video for “U Looz,” the shortest song on the pair’s self-titled release. Look out for the awkward opening interview before the song busts in. “The inspiration and thought behind the video was to let everyone know who was involved creatively in this project,” Premier writes over email. “That’s why you only see Royce, Preem, and Adrian Younge.” Royce adds: “The record store and and turntables symbolize the foundation in which the music is built on.” PRhyme, which drops December 9th, also features guest spots from Common, Jay Electronica, Schoolboy Q, Mac Miller, Killer Mike, and Ab-Soul.
The Low Pros duo (A-Trak & Lex Luger) give us the official visuals for the ‘100 Bottles’ single from their self-titled EP which was released back in May. ‘100 Bottles’ features Travi$ Scott. Watch the visuals down below.
LA based singer Jarell Perry releases some dark visuals for his cover of Drake’s Nothing Was The Same cut ‘Own It’. Jarell laces the slightly re-worked production with those powerful vocals he is known for, I like this.
The Bronx duo return with an entertaining video for their ‘Drunk’ single. Noah Vinson and Frank Ramz are well suited in the lab and with their And the Phone Was on Silent EP due out in a few months the two are putting in the work to promote it. The video for ‘Drunk’ was directed Qu’ality as the two rappers play a little too much for some plain clothed officers. It doesn’t end well but they had a blast and that is all that matters, right?
Coming off the SmashMouth Mentality Vol. 2 compilation tape, Toronto duo Breeze x Teeze have released their latest single appropriately titled, “4:16″. In a brave manner, the duo open up the video with the following message:
“For the Lord himself shall descend from heaven with a shout,
with the voice of the archangel, and with the trump of God;
and the dead shall rise.
1 Thessalonians 4:16″