Drake gives back in a major way in the video to his chart topping single “God’s Plan.” Take a walk through Miami as the 6 God stops at a supermarket and pays for groceries, presents a high school student with a $50,000 check for a scholarship to the University of Miami, and treats three women to a shopping spree at Saks Fifth Avenue. In continuing his charitable spree, Drizzy heads over to Overtown Youth Center, presents a $20,000 check to the City of Miami Fire Department, and gives aways toys and $50,000 to the Lotus House Women’s Shelter setting the Read More
Dee-1 proves Love conquers all in the video to his Sevyn Streeter assisted single “Love Always Wins,” the latest from his long-awaited major label debut album, Slingshot David. “In a world where there is so much negativity, it is easy to lose focus. Everyone has obstacles that at times may be overwhelming,” Dee explains. The bible tells us three things will last forever – Faith, Hope & Love. The greatest of these is Love. ” Serving as a spin off from the New Orleans native’s 2016 mixtape, Slingshot David includes 26 tracks with appearances from Avery Wilson, Kango Slim, Avery Read More
JAYARSON just dropped new visuals to #BarsWithJAYARSON. In the clip, the New Orleans native flaunts his lyrical ability in one minute. The series appears across social media and is definitely raises the bar for lyricism.
Dave East and Wiz Khalifa comes threw with the video to their Busta Ryhmes “Gimme Some More,” sampled collaboration “Phone Jumpin” off Dave’s Paranoia: A True Story, which dropped in August. Directed by Sebastian Sdaigui and Fidel Ruiz-Healy, the Busta Rhymes-inspired video takes us threw a trippy fit as a young kid falls into a trance. The psychedelic visual also features face-painted contortionists, static-filled television sets and flying bats. Watch below.
Tyga and his crew pull off the perfect heist in the video for “Ni**a Wit Money,” a single off his latest project Bugatti Raww. In the visual T-Raww and his masked constituents take on a few banks with guns in the air. Aside from the bandit life, Tyga is currently on his “Bitch I’m the Shit 2 Tour,” which is set to end Nov. 12. Watch below.
It’s been 19 years since Xscape’s last album, Traces of My Lipstick. After unexpectedly-reuniting for the music, Xscape decided to let Bravo cameras take us into how it came together on “Xscape Still Kickin It”. Executive produced by Mona Scott-Young, the head of VH1’s “Love & Hip-Hop” franchise, the series follows Kandi Burruss,Tiny Harris, LaTocha and Tamika Scott as they come together for their highly-anticipated reunion, Essence fest and the BET Awards performances but they have to get past the issues that divided them in the first place. Watch S01E01- Xscape Is Back below.
Vivian Green releases music video for “I Don’t Know” the debut single off her forthcoming album VGVI. The Derek Blanks directed video was shot in Atlanta and features a mixture of Reggae guitar and drums with a soulfully sexy confession during the hook. “I wanted to do something brighter and more upbeat,” Vivian reveals. “If a song was sad, it needed to have a certain attitude, energy, and life to it. I’ve done sad songs. I love them, of course. However, I wanted to evolve.” Watch below. Vivian is preparing to star in the stage play of the film adaptation “Two Read More
Aminé delivers his self-directed video for “Spice Girl,” the latest single off his debut album Good for You which feature appearances from Ty Dolla $ign, Nelly, Offset, Kehlani, and Charlie Wilson. The trippy clip starts with Aminé’s face superimposed on a young lady who looks just like him. In fact, throughout the video there are mind blogging effects like a police chase with a toilet bike, an enormous lotion bottle and his foot talking to him. Issa Rae and Melanie “Mel B” Brown, also known as Scary Spice makes a surprise appearance in the video. Aminé is currently on his “For You Tour” through Nov. 16 Read More
Lil Yachty sails out the Pensacola-directed video for “Better” his Stefflon Don-assisted single off his debut album Teenage Emotions. Loneliness is apparent as the rapper sculpts himself a girlfriend of sand who turns into something real but it was all a dream. In addition to this single, Teenage Emotions include the previous released tracks “Bring It Back,” “Forever Young,” and the Migos-assisted “Peek-a-Boo.”
Kodak Black has been working continuously releasing tracks like “1000”, “Time Never Mattered” and the video for “Transportin. In continuing the flow Kodak lets go of the video for “Black Cat (Kunta Kentae).” The Wavylord directed video was shot in the home of Kodak where you can find him waving water guns, dancing around his bedroom and pointing at a page from The 48 Laws of Power. “I’m focused on my future,” he raps while in his dimly-lit crib. “I ain’t dwelling on the past.” Watch below.