Never forget. Onyx’ Fredro Starr takes a moment to reflect in the latest video off his A Few Joints EP with late producer Chyskillz. Pulling up to the beach, Fredro walks the sandy beaches with his pup Cisco where he pours out a little liquor in memory of Chyskillz and A Tribe Called Quest’s Phife Dawg. R.I.P.
Can you feel it? Blu and Exile keep hope alive on their inspiring new single featuring Jacinto Rhines. Over Exile’s soothing pianos and harmonious scratches, Blu raps with full of ambition while hurdling through trials and tribulations. The track is lifted from Blu and Exile’s upcoming Miles on July 17.
Cheers. SOB x RBE wilds out in the lively music video off last year’s LP, Strictly For Brothers. Accompanied with live performances full of mosh pits, Yhung T.O., DaBoii, and Slimmy B turn up and pop bottles in the back of a pick-up truck. Clear the road.
Picture that. G-Eazy continues his exploration of music genres. Such is the case on this somber new single. Seated on a stool in a dark room with hint of yellow light, G-Eazy sings loneliness and pain as portrait drawings scroll on drying clothes line in front of him. The loosie is dubbed as the final chapter of his recent concept…
BK all day. Pro Era’s Nyck Caution’s brings the Beast Coast ties on his new collaboration with Flatbush Zombie’s Meech Darko. Produced by Chuck Strange, Nyck Caution sets off the track by keeping his hustle on the low. Meechy Darko soon follows with his energetic charisma and a sinister verse. Real G’s move in silence like their designers.
Goal. Jay Critch scores with riches in the music video to his new single, “Mighty Ducks”. Illuminating in red and blue lights, the Picture Perfect-directed clip finds the Rich Forever rapper in his icey jewelry stunting in a parking garage with money falling and a Bentley. The video follows his previous drop “Devastated“. His Jugg Season coming soon.
Brooklyn’s running it. Fivio Foreign and Young M.A are the H.N.I.C.s in the video to their recent collaboration. Directed by JL Shot That, Fivio Foreign and Young M.A call their shots at a gathering inside a graffitied location with their crews. Brooklyn stand up.
Lets get it. Boldy James connects with The Cool Kids and Shorty K on their new collaboration. Over The Alchemist’s clinks and claps, Boldy James, Sir Michael Rocks, Chuck Inglish and Shorty K cook up some fiery bars with their individual verses. The track is one the four new additions to their upcoming deluxe of The Price Of Tea In…
The Butcher is coming. Closing out deals from left to right, comes Benny The Butcher and the video to his new track. Over Daringer’s murky production, Benny raps heavy loads of kilos and dope money inside the studio with his crew, before closing out the track with an encore of bragging rights. These are the real Sopranos.
Bom bom di dam. Crazy feelings run wild for H.E.R. on her new single. Over a Dancehall-production, the R&B songstress falls head over heels for a lover and gushes over their company. She just can’t get enough.