King Krule channels Hitchcock into this black and white visual for “A Lizard State”. Taken from his highly acclaimed album “6 Feet Beneath The Moon”. Watch below.
Freddie Gibbs (@freddiegibbs) and Problem (@ItsAProblem) connect for this black and white dipped visual aid for “One Eighty Seven” off Gangsta Gibbs latest project ESGN. Directed by John Colombo. Watch below.
Fredro Starr (@FredroStarr) delivers a visual aid for “What If 2” which will appear on his forthcoming album FireStarr 2. Watch below.
Nardwuar (@nardwuar) adorns Diplo (@diplo) with many gifts, and asked the tough questions. But as always, the end is my favorite part.
Salaam Remi (@salaamremi) and AKON (@AKON) joined each other for their first televised performance of the single “One In The Chamber” from the GRAMMY winning producers album of the same name. Watch the live rendition below.
In Common’s (@Common) last interview we found out that the G.O.O.D. artist upcoming album, ‘Nobody’s Smiling’ would have long time collaborator No. I.D. at the helm. This time around Common reveals that Vince Staples and James Fauntleroy, as well as some Chi-Town young artists will be featured on his album. Watch the full interview below.
Yesterday, Party Supplies (@xpartysuppliesx) hit fans with a double dose. First serving up some new music in “Security” and then dropping a video for their track “Working Out.” Their new video is the result of what happens when actor/entertainer/dionysian life coach Fabrizio Goldstein (aka The Fat Jew [Action Bronson]) puts his buttery touch on Party Supplies’ anthemic “Working Out.” A gleefully NSFW epic about life, love, and jail that somehow finds emotional truth in absurd, wildly immature toilet humor. You’ll get a little verklempt.