M.I.A. (@MIAUniverse) sets it off with the official video to her new single “Bring The Noize”. This track is edgy and boombastic style that only M.I.A. could pull off all the while being ruggedly elegant. Bring The Noize serves as her first offering from the fourth studio Matangi, coming this fall.
Machine Gun Kelly (@machinegunkelly) is kinda like a big deal. Take a look as he makes his presence felt through on the scene in this new Spordy19XX directed visual aid for the rapid fire flow track “Breaking News”, which will appear on MGK’s mixtape, Black Flag. Watch below.
Ivy Levan (@IvyLevan) stays within the confines and comfort zone of her black and white visual style as she rolls out the official video treatment for “Money”. This song is another hot tune from the Arkansas beauty debut project Introducing The Dame, which is available on iTunes. Watch below. Hi Lisa.
Frank Ocean (@frank_ocean) was one of the few who got caught up in the ressurrection of #OldTweets fiasco yesterday but in present day he’s still one of the best artists doing it and he shows why at this show in Munich, Germany. Frank was overseas for his “You’re Not Dead” tour and decide to debut…
Prodigy (@PRODIGYMOBBDEEP) releases the video for “Give ‘Em Hell” that was directed by Shomi Patwary. The track is off Prodigy and Alchemists’ “Albert Einstein” collaboration album that available on iTunes. Check the video out below.
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T.I. (@TIP) welcomes @YoGottiKOM the growing Hustle Gang stable which has been the focus of T.I. since becoming independent again after finishing his contract with Atlantic Records. In this interview with VLAD TV, we receive official word from Tha Kang about the alliance of Yo Gotti to Hustle Gang. Additionally, T.I. spoke on his road…
The lovely @TheyCallMeBK ropes in @KendrickLamar for the official video to their duet which taps into a rugged yet soulful number that Bridget Kelly croons smoothly. Watch the visual below.
The Weeknd (@theweeknd) follows up the single release of Kiss Land with the official video. Eerie as Abel ever is, it captures visual aesthetics from a neon Japan setting. Watch below.