Ab-Soul Feat. Bas "Braille" Video
Ab-Soul Feat. Bas
Recently the TDE CEO, Anthony "Top Dawg" Tiffith, blasted his signee Ab-Soul for delaying his highly anticipated album DWTW. Maybe 'blast' is too strong of a word, but basically, Tiffith let his twitter followers know he was done taking the blame for Soulo's delayed project, instead shuffling it to Soulo and TDE engineer MixedByAli for dropping the ball on the mixes.
Bas "Clouds Never Get Old" Video
At the end of last month, Bas strengthened the connection between Dreamville and TDE by featuring on Ab-Soul's latest single, "Braille." The Queens rapper is now back with the new video to "Clouds Never Get Old," a track off his sophomore album, Too High to Riot, released in March of this year. The video begins with Bas gently descending from the clouds, seeing a beautiful woman happily falling with him. He then wakes from his dream alone in his bed.
Bas Feat. Cozz "Dopamine" Video
Bas Feat. Cozz
Bas has released the video for "Dopamine," a collaboration with fellow Dreamville rapper Cozz today. The track comes from his sophomore album, Too High To Riot, released earlier this year. The stylish clip features the two rappers performing in front of a beautiful blue sky.
Bas Feat. The Hics "Ricochet" Video
Bas Feat. The Hics
Dreamville artist Bas is back tonight with anther video off his latest album Too High To Riot. After hitting us with “Matches” back in April, the Queens rapper decides to follow that up with another video for his track “Ricochet” featuring The Hics.
Bas Feat. The Hics "Matches" Video
Bas & The Hics
Bas dropped his Too High To Riot project earlier this year, and today, he's come through with a simple, but stylish video for his collaboration with The Hics, "Matches". The Dreamville rapper cruises in the drop top with his collaborators in the backseat, keeping up the late night feel of the record as he drives through dimly lit tunnels and dark city-scapes. The LP is available on iTunes now, and features further collaborations from the likes of Cozz and J. Cole. Let us know what you think of the rapper's new clip in the comments below. Is he next upo from Dreamville?
Bas Feat. J. Cole "Night Job" Video
Bas Feat. J. Cole
Queens emcee Bas had some unfortunate timing last week when he released his album Too High To Riot on the same day Kendrick Lamar dropped his entirely unexpected untitled unmastered, but y’all still came out in support of the young Dreamville signee.
Bas "Methylone" Video
Bas blessed the digital streets last week with the release of two fiery new tracks, “Clouds Never Get Old” & “Matches.” With his sophomore album Too High To Riot due out March 4, the J. Cole protege liberates the video for his single “Methylone."
Cozz Feat. Bas "Tabs" Video
Cozz Feat. Bas
Two of Dreamville's coldest, Cozz and Bas, link up today for a music video for their record "Tabs" which originally appeared on the Revenge of the Dreamers II compilation. The album dropped in December, and since then Cozz has released a mixtape of his own, Nothing Personal (and stay tuned for his episode of On The Come Up).
Bas "Housewives" Video
Earlier this week, the Dreamville camp surprised fans when they released their compilation album, Revenge Of The Dreamers 2, a few days early on iTunes. Looking to highlight the project, Bas decides to come through tonight and share the first video in its support for the track “Housewives.”
Cozz Feat. Bas "I Need That" Video
Cozz Feat. Bas
Cozz continues to drop videos from his 2014 debut album Cozz & Effect. One of our favorite tracks from the project (which we're kind of surprised didn't already have a video) is "I Need That," a hypnotoc collaboration with fellow Dreamville artist Bas.
Bas, Cozz & Omen On Hot 97
Bas, Cozz & Omen
Last night, J. Cole brought his "Forest Hills" tour to New York's Madison Square Garden, and like every other tour stop, he brought his Dreamville signees along with him to serve as the openers. Before they played in front of the stadium's huge crowd, Bas, Cozz and Omen paid a visit to Hot 97 to sit in for an interview on Ebro In The Morning.
Bas "Fiji Water In My Iron" Video
As far as opulent boasts in hip-hop go, "Fiji water in my iron" sits right up there with Soulja Boy's "So much money, bitch, I valet park my bicycle" and Kanye West's "I got more TVs in [my car] than where I live" in terms of its useless-but-aspirational quality. It's the title of a Bas track, but what's funny is that the song itself isn't very arrogant, and is instead rather romantic.
Bas "Mook In New Mexico" Video
After giving us a new set of visuals for his track "Vacation" around a month ago, Bas is back at it today with a new music video for the banging "Mook In New Mexico." The second track off Bas' debut through Dreamville has a pretty random but interesting visual. We find Bas wandering through New Mexico, while a space age female dances in front of a big fire. The two come together as they drive along a deserted and dusty road. Check it out above.
Bas "Vacation" Video
Dreamville's Bas dropped Last Winter, his full-length debut, in April of this year and since then, he's clearly seen a change in his circumstances. Watch him ball out in the newly-released video for "Vacation." The penultimate track on the album, "Vacation" is pretty self-explanatory, with Bas dreaming of a vacation while snoozing on the train. Lush shots of the rapper on a boat accompanied by some fine ladies follow, with some very cool camera work making for a trippy, colorful visual.
Bas "Charles De Gaulle To JFK" Video
Bas returns to his debut EP on J. Cole's new Dreamville imprint to shoot a music video for one of the early leaks, "Charles De Gaulle To JFK." Appropriately enough, Bas is found chilling outside the airport in France and other spots around Paris, which is interspersed with clips of two young children in love.
Inside Bas' Basement For “Last Winter”
If you’re not too familiar with upcoming artist Bas yet, then MTV has got you covered here. In a very personal interview live from his basement in Queens, NY, the Dreamville artist chopped it up with MTV host, Nadeska Alexis, as she visited his home where his latest effort, Last Winter, was actually recorded.
Bas Feat. J. Cole "My Nigga Just Made Bail" Video
Bas Feat. J. Cole
After hitting us with his debut album, Last Winter, a few days ago, Dreamville artist, Bas, is back already with a video off it. Recruiting the big homie J. Cole, Bas delivers the official visual for his smooth standout cut “My Nigga Just Made Bail”. With sunny Hollywood Hills as his backdrop, Bas and Jermaine fill their red silo cups and throw one helluva a welcome home party for their homie. Check it out above, and cop Bas’ entire album on iTunes now!.
Bas "Building Blocks" Video
Last night rising Dreamville MC Bas let go one of the more anticipated cuts off his new album, Last Winter, the J. Cole-featured "My Nigga Made Bail", which definitely did not disappoint fans. Last Winter just dropped on iTunes yesterday, and today Bas keeps the album content coming with a new music video for "Building Blocks" interlude.
Bas (Dreamville) "Ceelo With The G’s" Video
Bas of Dreamville takes us through the heart of Queens in grayscale with that new music video for "Ceelo With The G's," the track of which can be found on that new Revenge Of The Dreamers mix. The Super Mookin Fiends directed these visuals and the song itself has a great flow on Bas's part. He's not letting up either, his Last Winter project is coming up and will drop on April 29th.
Bas (Dreamville) "Golden Goals" Video
Bas played a prominent role on J. Cole and Dreamville's Revenge Of The Dreamers mixtape, and today the MC returns with a new music video for one of the mixtape cuts, a solo track called "Golden Goals." Although Revenge Of The Dreamers featured a slew of J. Cole-associated acts, we learned recently that Bas is the sole artist signed to the Dreamville imprint at this point. He's preparing his album, Last Winter, for April 22nd. In the visual, we find Bas spitting while snow flurries surround him. Directed by OG.