Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) takes flight to Europe in the official video “Phone Tap,” a standout from his 2014 LP, ‘Hood Billionaire.’ The Ryan Snyder-directed takes place in Geneva, Switzerland and finds Ross on the run from the feds. Watch below. “The ‘Phone Tap’ record is one of my favorites on my latest album Hood Billionaire,”…Details
Future (@1Future) continues his #MonsterMonday series, dropping off the official video for his Zaytoven-produced banger “Forever Eva.” Directed by Rick NYCE, watch Future hold things down for Atlanta in this clip below. Future’s Beast Mode mixtape is out now and a new tape is on the way.
Jeremih (@Jeremih @official_flo) goes in the opposite direction into the EDM/Pop realm with help of Flo-Rida. Although Jeremih had one of the biggest smashes with “Don’t Tell ‘Em” it still didn’t translate into a release date for his new album “Thumpy Johnson”, for whatever reason but hopefully this changes thing as his last single “Planes”…Details
Rihanna (@rihanna) delivers the official video for “American Oxygen”, an ode to the land of the free which will be a single from her forthcoming album R8. Rihanna pulls images and footage from historical moments in American culture which will be perfect for 4th of July. Watch below.
Flume (@flumemusic @samsmithworld) puts an spin of epic proportions on Sam Smith’s angelic “Lay Me Down”. The producer from down under gives the “In The Lonely Hour” singer a top notch sound bed that has a belligerent bass and synths for one hell of a remix. Listen below.
Tink (@Official_Tink @breakfastclubam) drops by The World’s Most Dangerous Morning Show, The Breakfast Club to speak on her Chicago upbringing and working with Timbaland. During the interview, the 20-year-old also speaks on being compared to Lauryn Hill and Missy Elliot being the only other female rapper to reach. Watch the interview in full below which…Details
Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar), in his collaboration with Reebok Classics, narrates a short film entitled “Be Ventilated.” Inspired by Kendrick Lamar’s definitive and powerful lyricism, the short film looks to make a cultural change, ‘In an era when “fitting in” means following someone else’s lead, we encourage you to move in your own direction.’ Watch below.