Sheff G “Proud Of Me Now”

Sheff G “Proud Of Me Now”

Sheff G brings his Proud Of Me Now‘s title track to life in the album’s new music video. Created by FlyGuyNick, the drill rapper from Brooklyn rejoices in his newfound success parading around countless eye-candy, money at a crap table, and riding ATVs in the midst of snow flurries.

6ix9ine Reveals “Real Reason” Why He Left Music & Instagram

6ix9ine Reveals “Real Reason” Why He Left Music & Instagram

Tekashi 6ix9ine shares his before and after weight loss pictures. Tekashi 6ix9ine took a six-month hiatus from the world after his latest studio album TattleTales didn’t put up the numbers he became accustomed to pre-snitching. Much of the rapper’s ammo came from sales figures, dissing Lil Durk, Lil Tjay, and others on how many albums they could sell in the first week. When…

Royce 5’9″ – “I Don’t Age” (Video)

Royce 5’9″ – “I Don’t Age” (Video)

As he celebrates the one-year anniversary of his Grammy-nominated album The Allegory, Royce 5’9″ shares a one-shot visual for “I Don’t Age” that follows him throughout a home and all of the “shenanigans” going on throughout it. He also, seemingly, teases a collaborative project with KXNG Crooked at the end of the video too… Royce is also planning his very…

New Album: Fred The Godson ‘Ascension’

New Album: Fred The Godson ‘Ascension’

Fred The Godson forever. In celebration of his 36th birthday (Feb. 22), Fred The Godson lives on with the release of his first posthumous album, Ascension. Curated by the late rapper’s brother Russ, the project includes nine unreleased tracks from Gordo Fredrico including “Gracias (Ascension)”, “Ali”, “Aretha”, “I Shot Ya, Pt. II”, “One Of These Days”, and more. In his…

Draya Michele Shaded By Joseline Hernandez & Fans For “Player’s Club” Reboot Post

Draya Michele Shaded By Joseline Hernandez & Fans For “Player’s Club” Reboot Post

Actress Draya Michele expressed interest in taking on the role of Diamond in a potential reboot of “The Player’s Club,” and she immediately got hit with backlash from fans as well as shade from Joseline Hernandez Although many of us first learned about Draya Michele through her past relationship with Chris Brown and her stint on Basketball Wives LA, the Pennsylvania-born beauty has been working…

Marzz – “So Frequently” (Video)

Marzz – “So Frequently” (Video)

The Keep Cool roster just got bigger. Hailing from Louisville, Marzz has signed onto the label that is home to other acts like VanJess, Lucky Daye, Normani, and more. In addition to joining the team, the singer also laid off a video for her “So Frequently” single. The track is a strong display of her vocals out of the gate…

Drake: Becoming ‘Certified Lover Boy’ – A Timeline

Drake: Becoming ‘Certified Lover Boy’ – A Timeline

Whether you hate him, love him, hate to love him, or love to hate him, Drake has been the center of the pop culture universe for a long time, and with his sixth studio album coming soon – titled Certified Lover Boy – it appears that’s exactly what he’ll remain for the foreseeable future.

That Girl Lay Lay & Young Dolph Connect On “Breezy”

That Girl Lay Lay & Young Dolph Connect On “Breezy”

Young Dolph remains a voice for the streets but he’s continuously proven to be a savvy businessman. His independent approach to the game has earned him some big bucks but in recent years, he’s taken the Paper Route Empire and expanded it with a slew of new artists. Needless to say, he can spot talent when he sees it. That…

Megan Thee Stallion Goes Full Regina George In A ‘Mean Girls’ Spoof

Megan Thee Stallion Goes Full Regina George In A ‘Mean Girls’ Spoof

A remake of the cult classic 2004 Mean Girls may be on its way, but Megan Thee Stallion has offered her own spin on the iconic film. Appearing in a promotion video for Coach’s Fall 2021 collection, Megan takes on the role of Regina George, who was originally played by Rachel McAdams. The commercial is a spoof on the scene…

Marlon Craft “Off Beat” | Rap Radar

Marlon Craft “Off Beat” | Rap Radar

Cool story. When it comes to love, Marlon Craft stays on rhythm in the romantic visual off his How We Attended album. In the self-directed video, shot by Jacob Carlson, the grainy visual trails Marlon praising his lady’s loyalty through their highs and lows from his walk through the city to spending quality time with her and a book in…