Schoolboy Q drops the visuals for one of my favorite cuts on Oxymoron. TDE really has the game on lock right now, and they are showing no signs of slowing down. If you have been following for a couple of years now you can really appreciate the hard work they put in. BJ The Chicago Kid lends his vocals to the chorus, smoothing out the bass heavy production. Hit the jump to watch the video.
Machine Gun Kelly celebrates his 24th birthday by treating his fans to some new music. He decides to liberate this cut called ‘Sail’. Stream and download the track below.
Although this debuted yesterday on mtv, we now have 50 Cent’s visual for “Chase The Paper,” featuring Prodigy, Kidd Kidd and Styles P. Animal Ambition drops June 3rd.
GoPro releases exclusive footage of The Weeknd performing at his sold-out show at the O2 Arena in London, England during his Kiss Land Tour. The entire video was shot using their HD HERO3+ camera, and includes Abel performing “The Town,” “Belong To The World,” as well as additional clips of the XO crew in the UK. Check it out after the jump. Continue reading
After putting out the collaborative track “Closed Casket” at the top of the year, Snyp Life has returned with his Jadakiss and Sheek Louch to give the single a visual shot by Get At Em Films and Chi Boogie. The single will appear on Snyp’s forthcoming mixtape Road Killa 3, which will drop April 29th. Continue reading
Small town Bassfield, Mississippi (roughly 235 people) native Kolley is getting ready to drop his mixtape Real N*gga Shit (RNS), and amongst a heap of heavy weight production credits lays Big K.R.I.T., who handles production for this newest single, “Real Love”. RNS will also include production from Chase N. Cashe, Mentro Boomin, 808 Mafia, Zaytoven and Bobby Johnson, and is set to drop April 30th.
Fresh off delivering the audio, Flatbush Zombies drop off a visual for their latest record, “My Team Supreme 2.0,” which also features Bodega Bamz. Directed by The Last American B Boy. Continue reading
Coming off Treejay and DJ Clockwork’s annual 4/20 mixtape come three exclusive Mac Miller joints with three distrinct sounds. The first single, “Happy” is produced by Treejay himself, while “One Nine Six Nine” grabs production fron Indgo and “Walkin’ Home” carries some Nottz heat. Grab all three after the jump. Continue reading