B.o.B "Blank Mafia" Video
B.o.B. dropped his WATER mixtape to close out 2015, and while he's also had a very active 2016, debating flat earth theories with the world's top astrophysicists and the like, he's revisiting the project today. "Blank Mafia," a clear highlight from the project gets the video treatment today, as we see Bobby and his crew squad up in a the back of a storage container. The rapper meticulously rolls a blunt while rapping his verse, as well as symbolically destroying a TV with a baseball bat.
Neil DeGrasse Tyson Drops The Mic On B.o.B.
B.o.B. went and dropped a Neil DeGrasse Tyson diss track earlier this week after Tyson attempted to explain to the ATL rapper that the Earth was not, actually, flat. Tyson's nephew chipped in with a B.o.B.
B.o.B "Cold Bwoy" Video
B.o.B. has shared the visual to "Cold Bwoy," which appeared on last month's WATER mixtape. In the new video, B.o.B. rides through the hood in an ice cream truck, which happens to be filled with female mannequins and their detached body parts. It's creepy and rather hilarious at the same time. As far as the record goes, though we know B.o.B. is No Genre, we're feeling the trap sounds he's experimenting with on "Cold Bwoy."
B.o.B "PSA" Video
B.o.B just gave us a joint mixtape with his artist London Jae, but he's returning for more with yet another project, WATER (We Are The Enemy Really), due out on December 4th. With the mixtape's release a day away, Bobby Ray has released a video for the interlude/short song "PSA," which is more spoken word over an choir in the background. The video clip is spliced footage that includes footage of Martin Luther King, the bombing of the World Trade Center, President Obama and his own music videos.
B.o.B. Talks "Psycadelik Thoughtz," Sevyn Streeter & More On Skee TV
Coming off the release of his Psycadelik Thoughtz album, B.o.B. decided to join DJ Skee to talk about the making of the project among other things on the latest episode of Skee TV. B.o.B. says that the album's cover art was originally “a narcissistic ode” to himself, to get painted like a “multi-faceted God.” And after seeing it, he said he felt that it was a great representation of his musical versatility and eventually turned the mixtape into an album.
Hustle Gang Feat. T.I., B.o.B, Spodee, Yung Booke, Shad Da God & Big Kuntry King "I Don't Fuck With You" Video
Hustle Gang's G.D.O.D. (Get Dough Or Die) 2 is nearly a year old, but the group have been ever-so-gradually releasing videos for records from the compilation, the latest being "I Don't Fuck With You". This one is quite showcase of the roster with B.o.B, Spodee, Yung Booke, Shad Da God, Big Kuntry King, and Tip himself coming through with verses.
Watch Kanye West, Ludacris, And More Perform Live At Powerhouse 2015
Tune in at 10ET to for a live stream of Power 106's "Powerhouse 2015" extravaganza in Anaheim's Honda Center, featuring performances from: Kanye West, Ludacris, Kid Ink, B.o.B., Tech N9ne, Ty Dolla $ign, G Eazy, Tinashe, Logic, Nipsey Hussle, and Casey Veggies.
Tech N9ne Feat. B.o.B & 2 Chainz "Hood Go Crazy" Video
Tech N9ne Feat. B.o.B & 2 Chainz
Tech N9ne's upcoming album, Special Effects, has a pretty eclectic lineup of features, but one look at the bill for "Hood Go Crazy," made it clear it was the party record of the bunch. Unsurprisingly, it's also been chosen as the single, and the new video for the track lives up to the fun-loving vibe of the song. You can't have a party without a good ratio of women, and as Tech told us in a recent interview, this video is a far cry from a sausage fest. Tech's new album is due out May 4th. Get prepared.
B.o.B Feat. London Jae & Jaq "YRWAS" Video
B.o.B Feat. London Jae & Jaq
Within the first few days of the new year, B.o.B dropped a compilation that showcased the talent on his No Genre label. As the name suggests, the musicians he's chosen to take on often fuse a number of different styles, but still lean heavily within rap. "YRWAS" was one of the records that kept an unwavering hip hop approach with London Jae and Jaq contributing to the banging record.
B.o.B Feat. Bankroll Fresh "Candler Rd." Video
B.o.B Feat. Bankroll Fresh
Back in November, Atlanta's B.o.B and Bankroll Fresh linked up for the track "Candler Rd.," and today, a video has arrived. Mostly shot on-location near the titular road, the video shows the two dudes rolling around their hometown.
Jake Lambo "Empty" Video
If you're not familiar with Jake Lambo, he's one of the artists signed to B.o.B's No Genre label, which showcases some of Atlanta's freshest and most versatile young talent. Lambo showed up a couple times on the crew's most recent compilation, and also released his solo project, 1st Period, last summer.
Mila J Feat. B.o.B "Champion" Video
Mila J Feat. B.o.B
B.o.B and Mila J first teamed up for a track on Bobby Ray's No Genre 2 mixtape, and they ended up shooting a music video for their collaboration "So What." On Mila J's EP M.I.L.A., B.o.B returned the favor on her record "Champion." The two have connected once more to shoot another visual for "Champion." Mila J has a few coordinated dance scenes and takes on the theme of boxing for the triumphant song. Watch it above.
B.o.B Feat. Li-Z & London Jae "Fleek" Video
B.o.B Feat. Li-Z & London Jae
Back in October, B.o.B and his Label No Genre artists released one of the first tracks to capitalize on the "On Fleek" trend. The song finds Bobby, Li-Z and London Jae bragging about everything they have that happens to be on fleek, and now they can really show us with a visual accompaniment.The video for the track is fairly minimal, but still boasts it's share of flexing. Still no word on whether there's a label compilation on its way, but the push behind this record suggests there may be.
Scotty ATL Feat. IAMSU! & B.o.B "Nun But A Party" Video
Scotty ATL Feat. Iamsu! & B.o.B
A mainstay in his scene at this point, Scotty ATL has a whole cache of dope tracks, but "Nun But A Party," released back in September, might be his most immediately satisfying cut ever. The Childish Major-produced cut was also bolstered by appearances from IAMSU! and B.o.B, and today it's gotten a video. With the track's laid-back-but-wavy instrumental's vibe best compared to those house parties that aren't quite "ragers," but consist of a close group of friends getting a lil blunted and a lil tipsy, that's exactly what we get in the song's video. Lift those Solo cups up high.
B.o.B On The Breakfast Club
B.o.B is the latest rapper to stop by Power 105's Breakfast Club following the release of his New Black mixtape. In the interview, the rapper chats with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne The God about the process he has for recording mixtapes and album, the alleged "white takeover" of hip hop, his comments on Ferguson, as well as his relationship with Tip. Eventually, they get to the concept of "New Black", which Charlamagne is particularly excited about.
B.o.B Speaks On Ferguson, "New Black" Mixtape & More
B.o.B just wrapped up his tour with Kevin Gates, the "No Genre" tour, and before wrapping it up our dude Baker got to chop it up with the rapper. After speaking briefly on the tour, the conversation quickly turns to his upcoming mixtape which he titled New Black. Bobby Ray explains how come he decided to name his tape New Black, revealing it was used as an insult towards him.
B.o.B. On Ebro In The Morning
B.o.B. was out in NYC on Monday when he decided to stop by the Hot 97 studios for a chat with the Ebro in The Morning Show. Sitting down for nearly 12 minutes, Bobby Ray talked about various things going on his life right now, from his new Trey Songz-assisted single “Not For Long” to proving himself in hip hop again and his No Genre label.
B.o.B Feat. Trey Songz "Not For Long" Video
B.o.B Feat. Trey Songz
B.o.B's lead single from his upcoming studio album may just make an impact on the charts. "Not For Long" owns a fun-loving hook from Trey Songz, who's at the top of his game following Trigga. The radio-friendly track finds Bobby Ray demonstrating his versatility on the surrounding 16s, and the video follows suit with the fun vibe of the song.
E-40 Feat. T-Pain, Kid Ink & B.o.B. "Red Cup" Video
E-40 Feat. T-Pain, Kid Ink & B.o.B
E-40's crew track, "Red Cup" is centered around the concept of an ass "big enough to put a red cup on it", so there was only one direction he could go with the video. As promised, his new visual takes place at a pool party with plenty of well-endowed women around him. Of course, 40 also recruits an all-star cast of emcees to throw down on the club-ready anthem. T-Pain handles hook duties, bringing us back to his late 00s run of hits, while Kid Ink and B.o.B each drop a verse on some snappy west coast production neither is unfamiliar with.
B.o.B "Forget" Video
B.o.B continues his quest to release a video to every song from his No Genre 2 tape with "Forget." Debuted on WorldStar, the visuals are fairly standard hip-hop affair: beautiful women, cars, green screen, etc. Fortunately, things are livened up a bit with some creative uses of animation and silhouette, making the whole thing feel fresh and new.