Future (@1future) delivers yet another visual aid from his Zaytoven produced mixtape “Beast Mode”. Watch below. Advertisements
The Game (@thegame @dejloaf) taps Dej Loaf to play the Bonnie to his Compton version of Clyde in the visual for “Ryda”. Jayceon pays homage to Tupac with the hook that channels “Ambitionz Az A Ridah” for this joint intended as a single for the oft delayed “Documentary 2” album. Directed by Benny Boom. Watch…
Compton’s AD (@iitsAD) released his Adrian Swish hosted Blue:89 mixtape last month and today returns to the project as he shares the official visuals for the opening track. Watch the JD Films directed video below.
Wiz Khalifa (@WizKhalifa) has already given us a set of visuals from his recent NYC trip and today he decides to share another video. Check out “No Permission” below.
To Pimp A Baltimore. After days of unrest, protests and rioting, the city of Baltimore has finally seen some silver lining in the wake of Freddie Gray’s inexplicable death while in Police custody. Today the states attorney Marilyn Mosby held a press conference to formally rule the case a homicide and charged one of the…
Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) partakes in Throwback Thursday by sharing an unreleased visual aid for “Just Might Be OK”. If you haven’t been following Lu since his rise to rap star status, this unearthed video comes from the debut album “Food & Liquor”. Watch below.
Black Pendleton Ball Cap. Kendrick Lamar (@kendricklamar) stepped out at Dodger Stadium for his hometown teams game against the San Francisco Giants and did the honors of the opening pitch. Note that K Dot is in fact the same hat from his King Kunta video. Watch below.
Tish (@Listen2Tish) capitalizes on the momentum built from her appearance on Fabolous “You Made Me” song and cameo in the video (which you can watch on the next page) with one of her own. The Bronx chiseled singer delivers a touching and heartfelt visual aid for “Subway Art” which may give you slight glimpses of…
Future (@1future @fatmankey @1manmansavage) delivers a sermon for “Trap Niggas”, the motivational and ritualistic track from his 56 Nights mixtape. Cameos from some of your favorite Atlanta new comers KEY!, ManManSavage and more. Directed by Unkle Luc. Watch below. via The FADER
J. Cole (@JColeNC) shares an interesting set of visuals for his 2014 Forest Hills Drive track “Wet Dreamz” in which his love story is played out by a couple dogs. Check it below and be sure to catch him on the second act of his FHD tour which starts soon.