Kirko Bangz (@KirkoBangz) is back with the new video for “I Ain’t Gotta Lie”. Kirko rolls around (and sits on, smh) a beautiful, white Bentley in the clip. His new project “#BiggerThanMe” is coming soon. Take a look at the video below: [springboard type=”video” id=”977703″ player=”ddto001″ width=”640″ height=”460″ ] Advertisements
Ariana Grande (@arianagrande @theweeknd) unleashes the collaboration “Love Me Harder” between herself and The Weeknd. This will be attached to her forthcoming album “My Everything” which is set to release on August 25th. Listen below.
K Michelle (@kmichelle) lives up to her album title “Rebellious Soul”. For those not in the know, the voluptuous Memphis singer has been at odds with former friend Elle Varner. K Michelle sat down with Hot 97 to explain her side of the story and reveals that it resulted in leaving MBK management, where both…Details
Elijah Blake (@SirElijahBlake) can relate to Screaming Jay Hawkins with the spell his love interest put on him as he hopelessly falls for her in the video for “Wicked”. This visual aid comes from the forthcoming “Drift” EP. Directed by Ryan Valdez. Watch below. via ComplexDetails
Nicki Minaj (@nickiminaj @arianagrande @jessiej) follow up their single “Bang Bang” with a commercial for Beats By Dre to promote the new Pink Color Mixr and Pink Pill XL.
Jeezy (@YoungJeezy) just released “Holy Ghost” as the pre-order single from his new album Seen It All. The introspective banger was laced by producers Don Cannon, Lyle LeDuff, and Frank Dukes. Take a listen below and purchase on [itunes link=”https://itunes.apple.com/us/album/seen-it-all-autobiography/id910677075?uo=4″ title=”Seen_It_All_The_Autobiography_(Deluxe)”] by pre-ordering the album.
Up-and-coming artist Russ (@russdiemon) steps out from behind the boards and decides to go over some industry standard classics on his “How To Rob” mixtape. The rapper/singer/producer gives his take on beats from Drake, 50 Cent, Tupac, Jay-Z, Kanye West, and more. Take a listen below:
ATLien B.o.B. (@bobatl) responds to some criticism he received on his remarks about activism with the quick-strike release “New Black”. He addresses double standards, the over-saturation of rappers, and how to REALLY make a difference in the community by using more than your voice. Listen to Bobby Ray preach his opinions below: