Lil Durk (@LilDurk @DejLoaf) gets his Love & Basketball on with Dej Loaf as his leading lady in the visual for “My Beyoncé”. Durk and Dej get close like Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps even down to the dorm room. Watch below.
Mack Wilds (@MackWilds) deliver the visual aid for his single “Love In The 90’s” and channels Spike Lee’s cult classic “Do The Right Thing”. Mack even went as far as to shoot the video at the same locations in Brooklyn as the movie. Watch below.
DJ Mustard (@DJMustard) follows up the single release with the visual treatment for “Whole Lotta Lovin“. The video captures Travis Scott roaming around Los Angeles with a love interest and others couples cuffing which leads me to believe this is a plot in time for Valentine’s Day. Meanwhile at a party, DJ Mustard holds it…
Wiz Khalifa (@wizkhalifa) was nominated at the Golden Globes for “See You Again”, although he was snubbed and robbed he did reveal a tidbit of information. Taylor Gang’s frontman will be delivering another solo project simply titled Khalifa on January 22nd. Wiz has been previewing some material such as songs featuring Travis Scott, production from…
Uncle Murda (@UncleMurda) drops off a video for the comical “Rap Up 2015”, as he sends off the previous year and brings in 2016. In the visual he kicks it with a couple homies and ladies at the crib while watching the chain of events that took place over the past 365. Watch below.
Jidenna (@Jidenna) drops off a video treatment to “Knickers”, a witty flip of…well yeah you can pretty much guess what he’s saying. Watch below.
Audio Push (@AudioPush @BMACTHEQUEEN) and BMACTHEQUEEN match hustle with the muscle for this go getters anthem “Servin”. Audio Push live up to their name and literally do just that in this visual aid. Watch below.
Kendrick Lamar made his return to late night TV by appearing on The Tonight Show. Jimmy Fallon introduced K Dot who decided to do a new song much like his live performance on The Colbert Report, dubbing this “Untitled 2”. Watch below.
My pals (@intanetz @thesuper3) The Internet took stage as the musical guests on Jimmy Kimmel Live! The Odd Future affiliated band performed “Get Away”, a cut from their critically acclaimed (rightfully so) album “Ego Death”. Watch below.