ScHoolboy Q Videos

  • Schoolboy Q Guests On "Comedy Bang! Bang!"
    Schoolboy Q Guests On "Comedy Bang! Bang!"
    For those unfamiliar with the TV show, IFC's "Comedy Bang! Bang!" is an absurdist late night show hosted by Scott Aukerman and Reggie Watts, and last night they had Schoolboy Q on for a sketch. 
  • BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Schoolboy Q "It's True" Video
    BJ The Chicago Kid Feat. Schoolboy Q "It's True" Video
    Released last month, BJ The Chicago Kid's The M.A.F.E. Project compilation is still one of the best R&B projects we've heard all year. Today, the tape's Schoolboy Q-assisted track "It's True" gets a video. He had this to say about the track:
  • ScHoolboy Q "Hell Of A Night" Video
    ScHoolboy Q "Hell Of A Night" Video
    ScHoolboy Q returns to his "Hell of a Night" single off Oxymoron today for a visual treatment. In the visual, Q prepares himself to have one helluva night by first blending a concoction of pills, weed, and other druggy items to create some crazy drink. He starts hallucinating and is generally fucked out of his mind while enjoying himself (kinda, things get a bit weird half way through) at a crazy house party.
  • Bridge Feat. Schoolboy Q "Roll My Weed" Video
    Bridge Feat. Schoolboy Q "Roll My Weed" Video
    Earlier today, a promising young singer by the name of Bridge made his HNHH debut with the Schoolboy Q-assisted track "Roll My Weed." Now, a video has arrived. In it, we see Bridge blazing up and being fixated on a very attractive, allegedly skilled blunt roller. Not only does this femme fatale roll Bridge's weed, but in the video she lights it up for him as well. Q hops on for a verse in the second half.
  • Schoolboy Q On ESPN's Highly Questionable
    Schoolboy Q On ESPN's Highly Questionable
    After catching Fabolous on ESPN’s First Take last week, we now have another hip hop artist taking over the ESPN studios as TDE's own Schoolboy Q was a guest on Monday’s episode of Highly Questionable.
  • Tinashe & ScHoolboy Q Perform "2 On" Live On Jimmy Kimmel
    Tinashe & ScHoolboy Q Perform "2 On" Live On Jimmy Kimmel
    It was a family affair on Jimmy Kimmel last night. Tinashe was the musical guest of choice, who performed her Aquarius single "2 On" with featured artist ScHoolboy Q. During the same show, ScHoolboy Q's mom was a guest as she read her son's lyrics from his "Collard Greens" single for "Words From Your Mother" segment.
  • ScHoolboy Q's Mom Reads His Lyrics For Jimmy Kimmel
    ScHoolboy Q's Mom Reads His Lyrics For Jimmy Kimmel
    Jimmy Kimmel's often hilarious segment "Words From Your Mother" enlisted the mother of ScHoolboy Q to read the TDE gangsta rapper's lyrics from his single "Collard Greens" last night. Additionally, Q was featured on the show last night as he was the musical guest alongside Tinashe. ScHoolboy Q's mom reads "Collard Greens" lyrics with full sincerity, including lines like "kush be fragance, we love marijuana." But when it comes to the line "pass the blunt to my mama" she shakes her head and gives her own two cents: "I never smoked weed with that boy." Take a look above!
  • Schoolboy Q Responds To Childish Gambino Calling Him Out
    Schoolboy Q Responds To Childish Gambino Calling Him Out
    Earlier in the Summer, Childish Gambino had the internet buzzing when he called out Drake, Kendrick, & Schoolboy Q during a live freestyle in Sydney.
  • ScHoolboy Q Speaks On Diverse Fanbase, New Album & Studio Necessities
    ScHoolboy Q Speaks On Diverse Fanbase, New Album & Studio Necessities
    ScHoolboy Q has solidified his place within the TDE camp as the gangster rapper, although his fanbase might not reflect his OG ways. Our host Baker recently sat down with Q to talk about how diverse his fanbase is, and revealed he just started working on the follow-up to his acclaimed album Oxymoron.
  • Out Hear: ScHoolboy Q Interview In Paris
    Out Hear: ScHoolboy Q Interview In Paris
    For those unfamiliar, VFiles' new show Out Hear finds hosts Danielle Greco and Brooklyn Matt meeting up with popular musicians to hang out and take part in their favorite hobbies for the day. Generally speaking, it's a good time for all involved, including the viewer.
  • ScHoolboy Q Speaks On What's Next, Black Hippy Album
    ScHoolboy Q Speaks On What's Next, Black Hippy Album
    ScHoolboy Q hit up shoe store Foot Action in NYC with the folks over at VIBE to talk about a new "Man Of The Year" campaign he's launching with Foot Action, inviting fans to send him their own videos for the single. He reveals what he'll be checking for when it comes to these submissions. Q also talks about what he's been doing these days, saying he's in the studio "messing around", not necessarily putting in work for the Oxymoron follow-up yet. However he does say he wants to put out another "top-notch" album people will talk about.
  • Schoolboy Q Shares Hilarious Groupie Story
    Schoolboy Q Shares Hilarious Groupie Story
    During a recent trip to New York City, TDE's own ScHoolboy Q stopped by XXL and sat-down with the publication for a quick interview. When asked about the craziest groupie encounter he's ever had, Q had quite the story to share that happened just this past weekend at Pitchfork in Chicago.
  • Ab-Soul Feat. Schoolboy Q "Hunnid Stax" Video
    Ab-Soul Feat. Schoolboy Q "Hunnid Stax" Video
    Whether in the form of his quasi-religious "Stigmata" video or his "Hearses" clip with Smoke DZA, Ab-Soul's been releasing some pretty dark music videos as of late. "Hunnid Stax," a recent collaboration with Schoolboy Q off These Days.., offers the L.A. rapper a chance to kick back and deal with the more fun things in life.
  • Nas Speaks On "We Dem Boyz" Remix
    Nas Speaks On "We Dem Boyz" Remix
    On Thursday, Wiz Khalifa surprised everyone by dropping a second remix of his currently-charting hit "We Dem Boyz," mostly due to a completely new beat and a guest appearance by none other than Nas.
  • Schoolboy Q Sells Copies of "Oxymoron" In Times Square (Video)
    Schoolboy Q Sells Copies of "Oxymoron" In Times Square (Video)
    With the release of Oxymoron earlier this year, Schoolboy Q has reached a newfound level of fame that has seen his music getting airplay and him getting recognition from people who weren't on board previously. But still, not everyone knows who Q is, as is evidenced in this new RapFix video that has the rapper out in Times Square trying to sell copies of Oxymoron to pedestrians.
  • ScHoolboy Q On Hot 97
    ScHoolboy Q On Hot 97
    A day prior to Ab-Soul visiting Hot 97's morning show, ScHoolboy Q was at the NY radio station speaking to Ebro, Peter Rosenberg and Laura Stylez. The visit came on the heels of the Denver, CO show shooting, which they didn't touch on too much but Q assured us he's doing fine.
  • ScHoolboy Q "Studio (Vevo GO Live Performance)" Video
    ScHoolboy Q "Studio (Vevo GO Live Performance)" Video
    Some lucky (Dr. Pepper addicted) fans were treated to an impromptu ScHoolboy Q show on a New York boat tour as a part of Vevo's new "GO Show" performance series. "GO Show," as explained by Vevo, is intended to connect artists and fans by offering unexpected performances in unusual spots.
  • ScHoolboy Q "Hoover Street" Video
    ScHoolboy Q "Hoover Street" Video
    ScHoolboy Q's ode to Hoover Street Crips gets a visual treatment, with direction from Yellow Nguyen and Moosa. The music video gives life to Q's storytelling verses, as we head back to ScHoolboy Q's youth when he first got tangled into street life. The cut appears on Q's recent album Oxymoron and follows the Black Hippy's visual for his single with BJ The Chicago Kid, "Studio."
  • Schoolboy Q Talks "Flip On You" With 50 Cent
    Schoolboy Q Talks "Flip On You" With 50 Cent
    Fans are patiently awaiting the highly anticipated record between Schoolboy Q and 50 Cent. As we yearn to get some information on the record, Puffy decided to sit down with Urban Trace and give fans some insight about the upcoming collab.
  • ScHoolboy Q On NiteCap With Peter Bailey
    ScHoolboy Q On NiteCap With Peter Bailey
    In Peter Bailey's recent NiteCap episode he enlisted ScHoolboy Q to join him at Miami's Circle House Studios. The two have a conversation about gangster rap and all that genre depicts, with Peter Bailey first offering up his own opinion on gangster rap. Q discusses having fans of all different walks of life enjoying his gangsterism, being the new face of gangster rap, how it affects his daughter and his daughter seeing strippers come out during his show, and much more.
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