Asher Roth (@AsherRoth) continues to push along his “RetroHash” album with a new video for “Last Of The Flohicans”, which he describes as a song dedicated to “the death of ego”. Directed by Ken Koller. Watch below.
One of Drake’s special guest for the closing day of OVO Fest was none other than the legendary Lauryn Hill. L Boogie performed classics from her catalog like “Fu-Gee-La” and even sung background for Drake as he performed “Draft Day”. Watch below.
Azealia Banks (@azealiabanks) is making the most of her free agency by rolling out a visual aid for “Heavy Metal And Reflective”, full of hijinks that may or may not involve a kidnapping. Watch below.
Wiz Khalifa (@WizKhalifa) wastes no time with following up the release of “Promises” as a single with the official video. Cameos from Smoke DZA, ASAP Nast and others. Blacc Hollywood in stores on August 19th. Watch below.
DOM KENNEDY (@dopeitsdom) contributes to the summer with this visual aid for “After School, taken from his last album “Get Home Safely”. Dominic commissions Brandon Lee Stratton to direct this clip centered around his days as a student in Leimert Park. Watch below.
Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs @Madlib) and Madlib drop the video for “Harold’s” from their Piñata album. The track is an ode to Harold’s Chicken in Chicago. Take a look at the video below: [springboard type=”video” id=”971009″ player=”ddto001″ width=”640″ height=”460″ ]
Kim Kardashian paid a visit to Kanye’s favorite late night host, Jimmy Kimmel. Mrs. West (?!) sat down and dished about their wedding and what it’s like being married to Yeezus. There’s also a hilarious diaper changing challenge segment. Watch below
Drake second night of OVO Fest was a star studded event. Sunday kicked off with Outkast as the headlining act but Drizzy turned things up a notch by bringing Lauryn Hill, Usher, J. Cole, DJ Khaled, Trey Songz and G-Unit as surprise guests. Not only did Drake have a stacked roster but he also gave…
Chevy Woods (@ChevyWoods) takes us to the blocks of his hometown and mobs around with his day one homies for the video to “30 Deep”. Directed by RIFF. Watch below.
Ed Sheeran (@EdSheeran) documents a struggling dancer as he goes from trife life to lavish in the accompanying video for “Don’t”, a selection taken from his highly successful album “x”. Directed by Emil Nava. Watch below.