Tech N9ne (@TechN9ne) and his Strange Music clique celebrate the release of their new album Strangeulation by dropping of a pretty lengthy freestyle. The track, which sees Tech, Godemis, Stevie Stone, Murs, Wrekonize, Bernz, Kutt Calhoun, Ubiquitous, Prozak and Krizz Kaliko go in for 9 minutes comes accompanied with some rooftop shot visuals. Watch below.…
Flying Lotus (@flyinglotus) wanders a barren desert in this trippy visual aid for “Phantasm”. Watch below.
Steve Aoki (@steveaoki @wakaflockabsm) and Waka Flocka are quite the odd couple but the music works and sounds pretty good for ravers who crowd surf while drugged off molly. In any case, here’s a faux futuristic visual aid for “Rage The Night Away”. Watch below.
Mariah Carey (@mariahcarey) sat down with David Letterman on his late night show for a entertaining interview to say the least. In this segment Mimi discusses motherhood and forthcoming album Me. I Am Mariah…The Elusive Chanteuse. Watch below.
G Count of @LEPBogusBoys intervenes on the beef between Lil Durk and TYGA that The Game got involved with. The Chicago street rapper drops a viral street video directly dissing The Game. Watch below.
Larry King (@kingsthings @realsway) was a guest at Shade 45 for Sway In The Morning and the legendary anchor decided to make his rap debut on the airwaves. Watch as he kicks some bars below and talks about catching a contact high from Snoop Dogg and Willie Nelson.
Earl Sweatshirt (@earlxsweat) is on the road for his WEARLD Tour and stopped in Atlanta for a show at the Masquerade. Earl decided to share a new song which is presumably from his next album that he recently tweeted about. Check out footage of the energetic performance below.
Future (@1future) launches the “I Won” video game where you can toss jewelry at your potential trophy wife. You can play below or download as a phone app.
Lana Del Rey (@lanadelrey) brings sand to the beach cause her beach is better in this monochromatic visual aid for “West Coast”. Lana Del Bae’s next album “Ultraviolence” coming soon. Watch below.
Freddie Gibbs (@freddiegibbs) channels video game sequences for the 80s babies in this visual aid to “Bugatti Bullet Holes”. Watch below.