M.I.A. (@MIAUniverse) delivers another topsy turvy and vibrant visual aid for her single “Y.A.L.A. (You Always Live Again)” from the new album Matangi. M Watch below.
No risk, no reward. Big Sean (@BigSean) gives some insight on how it can be difficult to understand taking a gamble is but the lesson of not knowing until you try. Watch below.
Flo Rida (@Official_Flo) puts a Nina Simone sample to use for this party anthem which takes place in Las Vegas. Directed by Shane Drake. Watch below.
ASAP Rocky (@asvpxrocky) brings a days of our lives style dramatization to the screen starring Michael K Williams for the video to his song “Phoenix”. LongLiveASAP in stores now. Watch below.
Just Blaze spoke to @REVOLTTV about his contributions to arguably one of Jay Z’s best projects, The Black Album. Watch below as Just Blaze details a story about how the Interlude track was pieced together.
Casey Veggies (@caseyveggies) and @DopeItsDom join each other in front of the lens for this wavy and chilled out joint from “Life Changes”, which was produced by DJ Dahi. Directed by Zach Warren.
As with Kanye, Zane Lowe sits down with Eminem (@Eminem) for a four part interview which begins this coming Monday. For now though, check out the interview below.
Maino (@MainoHustleHard) and his Black Mafia familia come out swinging at the frauds of the music industry in this hostile take over video for “Fuck These Industry Niggaz”. Watch below.
To help promote his Black Mozart LP, Ryan Leslie (@ryanleslie) releases a short film giving fans yet another look at the making of his project. Check out the 13-minute video below.
RZA (@RZA) recently did an interview that raised some eyebrows on the current status of Wu-Tang Clan’s interest in even putting out this 20th anniversary album. Immediately following the article being published, Raekwon took to Twitter to comment on what Bobby Digital had to say. As a result, RZA appeared on Arsenio Hall and admitted…