Uncle Murda Feat. Bobby Shmurda "Body Dance" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Bobby Shmurda
Uncle Murda was one of the first artists to grab a feature from Bobby Shmurda following his overnight success, and he made sure to make the collab work. With Bobby making the Shmoney dance a nationwide sensation, Murda introduces the "I just caught a body dance", and commissions the young rapper for a characteristically inspired vocal performance.
Uncle Murda Feat. Future "Right Now" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Future
Uncle Murda had a recipe for success with his recent single "Right Now"-- Metro Boomin' on the boards, and a hook from the syruped-up Future. Our audience and editors deemed the record VERY HOTTTTT, but we'll have to see if it actually takes off.
Uncle Murda "Rap Up 2015" Video
Toward the end of 2015, your social media feeds were probably filled with year-end lists from all your favorite music outlets. One of the most entertaining -- and spot-on -- year-end wrap-up's, though, came in the form of a rap song: Uncle Murda's "Rap Up 2015." Not only did the track remind us of all the crazy shit that went down this past year, it was also a certified banger and one of Murda's biggest tracks of the year.
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda "Straight Outta Brooklyn" Video
DJ Kay Slay Feat. Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave & Uncle Murda
To promote his upcoming mixtape, Shadow Of The Sun, DJ Kay Slay decides to come through and share the official video for his latest posse cut “Straight Outta Brooklyn,” featuring Fame, Maino, Papoose, Troy Ave, Uncle Murda, Moe Chipps & Lucky Don. Channeling their inner N.W.A., watch as this slew of the notable Brooklyn emcees take over their NYC borough in this Money Mark-directed clip above.
Uncle Murda "2014 Rap Up" Video
After stopping by The Breakfast Club, Uncle Murda decided to share the official music video for his latest release “2014 Rap Up”, where he recapped all of last year’s biggest incidents and events.
Uncle Murda Feat. Vado & Waka Flocka Flame "New York City" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Vado & Waka Flocka
With Waka and Vado’s guidance, Uncle Murda takes us from Brooklyn to Queens before stopping in Harlem in his latest music video for "New York City".How did Vado, Waka Flocka Flame do on this video? How does this compare to Uncle Murda's previous work?Peep the new visual for Uncle Murda's Uncle Murda Feat. Chinx "Who Want Beef" Video.
Uncle Murda Feat. Maino "Hands Up" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Maino
In light of the recent decisions made on the Michael Brown & Eric Garner cases, Uncle Murda & Maino decide to take this opportunity and release a new visual for their collab “Hands Up”. Directed by Picture Perfect, the video pays tribute to the Eric Garner case specifically, and shows disturbing imagery and clips of the police brutality that's happening everywhere in our streets today. The powerful message is definitely felt and portrayed in this visual above. Check it out.
Maino Feat. Vado, Uncle Murda "Love My Niggas" Video
Maino Feat. Vado & Uncle Murda
Taking a break from his recent KOBmixes, Maino decides to get back to the visuals today. Revisiting his latest KOB 3 mixtape, the Brooklyn native comes through with the official video for his Vado & Uncle Murda-featured cut “Love My Niggas.”
Rayven Justice Feat. Chinx & Uncle Murda "Don't Trust 'Em" Video
Rayven Justice Feat. Chinx & Uncle Murda
Rayven Justice has made his name off of Bay Area-inflected RnB, always wearing his hometown of Oakland on his back. While RnBass is all the rage these days, its always a good career move to make something for the East Coast as well. "Don't Trust Em" fills that purpose, not only opting for a looser drum beat, but recruiting the voices of New York's Chinx and Uncle Murda.
Uncle Murda On The Breakfast Club
There’s been a ton of controversy surrounding Uncle Murda’s latest music video “Hands Up”, and to talk about it, the NYC rapper decided to make his by The Breakfast Club and sat-down with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne the God. During their 18-minute chat, Murda not only spoke about the “Hands Up” video, but he also mentioned his issues with Bill O’Reilly, his opinions and issues with the police, whether or not he cares about “white rappers”, and much much more.
Uncle Murda "My Shoes" Video
Uncle Murda delivers the official visual for his gritty street record "My Shoes" off his upcoming project "Ain’t Nothing Sweet Vol. 1", which drops on Valentine’s Day. Take a walk in Murda’s shoes after the break.Experience Uncle Murda "My Shoes" Video, a new offering from Uncle Murda, which was released on Monday, February 10th, 2014. Things are looking better for Uncle Murda with each new release, which Uncle Murda "My Shoes" Video has proven yet again. It's worthy addition to the impressive body of work Uncle Murda has been developing over the years.
Uncle Murda on Ebro In The Morning
On Wednesday, Uncle Murda made his way by the Hot 97 studios and sat down with gang from the Ebro in The Morning Show. During the lengthy chat, Murda spoke on several hot topics going in on our society right now, starting off with his controversial “Hands Up” video that finds him and Maino holding a gun to a police officer (played by an actor of course). While on topic, Murda also talked about police brutality, not feeling safe around the NYPD, the recent murders of NYPD officers, and much much more.
Uncle Murda Freestyles On BET's "The Backroom"
Last week, we heard Uncle Murda deliver some bars on his new release “Got You Open”. Today, he’s back at it, but in visual form as he stopped by BET’s 106 & Park and stepped into the backroom for a freestyle for the viewers. This beat he spits over is straight mean. Check it out for yourself, and let us know what ya think of it.
Uncle Murda Feat. Chanti McCoy & Keyz "PYP" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Chanti McCoy & Keyz
Uncle Murda dropped off his Aint Nothing Sweet mixtape back in February, but yet he’s still showing it mad love. Today, the Brooklyn native decides to revisit that very project and release the official video for track #8, “PYP” featuring Keyz & Chanti McCoy. Directed by Picture Perfect, the video features some fancy whips, sexy bitches, and plenty of fat asses, all which is very easy on the eyes.
Tahiry Feat. Uncle Murda & Styles P "Devil (Remix)" Video
Tahiry Feat. Uncle Murda & Styles P
The "Love & Hip-Hop" star's single got a remix, along with an official video featuring Uncle Murda and Styles P.Who else would you like to have seen on this video? Thoughts? After you finish listening, hit up our news section and check out what Tahiry has been up to lately. If you're feeling this, make sure to hit up Tahiry's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes.
Uncle Murda "Got You Open" Video
Uncle Murda continues to release new content at rapid pace. After expressing his thoughts on police injustice on “Hands Up”, Murda decides to come through tonight and release a new video for his track “Got You Open”. Shot in all black & white, Murda keeps things rather simplistic here and supplies plenty of drinks & weed for the ladies in this Picture Perfect-directed video. You may recognize the sample as it’s a flip on Black Moon's "I Got Cha Opin" remix (reason for song's title). Check it out above.
Uncle Murda "Funkmaster Flex Freestyle" Video
While visiting Funk Flex, Uncle Murda took some time out to spit a freestyle over Drake's "Started From The Bottom".Thoughts? Did y'all catch Uncle Murda's latest visual for Uncle Murda "Brother & Sister" Video? If you dig this, visit Uncle Murda's profile for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Check out Uncle Murda's Twitter.
Uncle Murda Feat. Chinx "Who Want Beef" Video
Uncle Murda Feat. Chinx
Uncle Murda and Chinx (who has apparently dropped the "Drugz" from his name) connected recently to shoot this video, off "The First 48" mixtape from Murda.Behold Uncle Murda Feat. Chinx "Who Want Beef" Video, a new offering from Uncle Murda, which was released on Wednesday, October 30th, 2013. Uncle Murda's rap artistry continues to improve with every release, something which is most definitely evidenced on Uncle Murda Feat. Chinx "Who Want Beef" Video. His ever - expanding catalogue is definitely better for it, and we're looking forward to the next piece of the puzzle - aren't you?
DJ Absolut Feat. Sheek Louch, Raekwon, Nathaniel, & Uncle Murda "It's All Love" Video
DJ Absolut Feat. Sheek Louch, Raekwon & Uncle Murda
With "It's All Love" Absolut continues his trend of bringing in dope rappers to rap on his beats and releasing them in the form of loose tracks. Absolut actually dropped the track for "It's All Love" almost a year ago, but better late than never for a video. Geohvision's visual direction provides a worthy accompaniment to Absolut's vintage NYC production and the old school cool of Sheek, Raekwon, and Murda.
Uncle Murda "Big Vs. Jay" Video
Uncle Murda drops visuals for his "Big v. Jay" track where he debates who is the greater BK rapper. Let us know what you think, folks. Did y'all catch Uncle Murda's latest visual for Uncle Murda "Performs "No Worries" On Streetsweeper Radio" Video? Hit up Uncle Murda's profile page for the latest info, news, songs, and mixtapes. Remember to follow Uncle Murda on Twitter.