Kanye West has aligned himself with Hype Williams for a film that focuses on “Yeezus”. No word on what exactly to expect or a release date but take a look below.
Diddy (@IamDiddy) and Rick Ross (@rickyrozay) video for “Big Homie” hits the internet after being debuted last night. This video to the French Montana adlib assisted track, is directed by Rock Davis and Jay Rodriguez of Itchy House Films and will appear on Diddy’s upcoming MMM album.
Meek Mill (@meekmill) has been cooking up new material for his sophomore album. We’ve heard a few joints that Philly’s MMG rap star has shared over the past couple months and now it seems as if DJ Mustard and Ty Dolla Sign have been added to the equation. Check out this potential anthem Meek captured…
ScHoolBoy Q (@ScHoolBoyQ) puts the exclamation mark on his apparent #1 album campaign with Oxymoron on pace to sell 150,000 units by performing on The Arsenio Hall Show. SBQ chose “Man Of The Year” as the selection for a live rendition. Watch below.
Snoop Zilla (@SnoopDogg) and Dam Funk (@DamFunk) pair up in the visual for “Do My Thang” from 7 Days Of Funk. They cast a knock off Amber Rose/Miley Cyrus in the video for the laid back and auto-tuned tinged track. Watch below. via FADER
LVLYSL’s @NEAKO, @_BonnieBlunts_ and @Fresh_Moss) release a brand new visual for their track, “All Here” off their debut collaborative project titled, SECT. The new very mellow and laid-back visual by the LVL crew is directed by Gold Prymdz. Peep the smoked out visual to the Ryu-produced track below.
Maor Lazer (@MAJORLAZER) @RDXmusic & @MoskaHouse go to Jamaica for the official video for “Lose Yourself”, off the brand new Major Lazer EP Apocalypse Soon. The dancing in this video is done in typical Major Lazer fashion.
Coldplay pops back up on the grid with a new offering “Midnight”, accompanied by a visual of the band wandering thorugh the wildneress with thermal imaging. The song itself isn’t great as it’s melodically akin to Paradise with an emo twist and kind of sounds like a Bon Iver throw away track. In any case…
Raheem Devaughn (@Raheem_Devaughn) gets up and close and personal in this intimate visual for “Cry Baby” off his last album A Place Called Love Land. Watch below.
Steve Stoute (@stevestoute) is my hero and this interview pretty much captures why. The Commissioner kicked it with The Breakfast Club about how “The Tanning Of America” book turned into a documentary on VH1, the N word usage with mainstream integration of Hip-Hop culture. Stoute also weighed in on Kanye’s back and forth with Nike…