Wale "The God Smile" Video
Wale plans to drop two albums this year, but before he makes good on that promise, he has taken the time to revisit his last album, The Album About Nothing, by providing a video to the track "The God Smile." For the new video, Wale travels to the country of his heritage, Nigeria, to provide a vibrant snapshot of the country's culture, which has provided the D.C. rapper with a warm reception.
Vince Staples "Lift Me Up" Video
Between Vince Staples' controversial opinions on the '90s and witty NBA Twitter commentary, it's sometimes easy to forget that he's an actual rapper responsible for one of the best hip hop albums of 2015.
DJ Dahi "DROP" Video
A few weeks back, DJ Dahi showed us that he can do EDM-hip hop crossovers better than almost anyone attempting them right now (Honorable C-Note gives him a run for his money) with "DROP." TOday, a video for the turnt track has arrived.
Snoh Aalegra Feat. Vince Staples "Emotional (DJ Dahi Remix)" Video
Snoh Aalegra Feat. Vince Staples
Back in October, we introduced you to Snoh Aalegra via her No I.D.-produced track "Bad Things," which also featured Common. Since then she's popped up on "Senorita," a song taken from another project No I.D. has his hands in, Vince Staples' upcoming album Summertime '06, and now she's working on her debut album with the venerated producer. Today, she drops off a remix of her track "Emotional" that was done by DJ Dahi.
Ty Dolla $ign "Stand For" Video
Ty Dolla $ign
With his somewhat arrogant and chauvinistic ways ("Your bitch look like a boogerwoof"), Ty Dolla $ign has probably been accused of being an airhead at some point in his career. Well, the new video for "Stand For" takes that quite literally, portraying Ty as a disembodied head floating around like a helium-filled balloon.
Mick Jenkins "Dehydration" Video
His hometown's murder rate was clearly on Mick Jenkins' mind when crafting his dope summer mixtape The Water[s]. His new video for the DJ Dahi-produced "Dehydration" opens with clips of news reports about Chicago's homicide statistics.
Short Documentary On DJ Dahi
Since breaking out with his Beach House-sampling instrumental for Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock's "Money Trees" in 2012, DJ Dahi has gone on to work with rappers like Drake ("Worst Behavior"), Travi$ Scott ("Hell Of A Night"), Smoke DZA ("Hearses") and Schoolboy Q (another one entitled "Hell Of A Night"), as well as more pop-oriented singers like Lily Allen and Tinashe.
Big K.R.I.T. & DJ Dahi Work On "Cadillactica" (Ep. 2)
As we steadily approach the release date for Big K.R.I.T.'s new effort, Cadillactica, the Southern MC has been kicking up the promo a notch, and to help with that, he's delivering vlogs showcasing the making of Cadillactica. For the second episode in his series, Krizzle takes us to Los Angeles back in July 2013, when he connected with the talented DJ Dahi to put in work on the album. We get to see K.R.I.T. and Dahi collaborate in the studio, preview new music, and watch as K.R.I.T. does his thing in the booth.
Smoke DZA Feat. Ab-Soul "Hearses" Video
Smoke DZA Feat. Ab-Soul
Back in March, Smoke DZA dropped "Hearses," a DJ Dahi-produced track from his Dream.ZONE.Achieve that also featured Ab-Soul. Now the song's gotten an official video from director Goldrush that also contains a little "original score" by Dahi, which can be heard at the beginning of the clip.
Logic Interview On Hardknock TV (Part 2)
Early last week, Hardknock TV shared an interview with Logic in which he discussed his upcoming album and kicked a freestyle, and now we've got a second part of the interview. Watch the lengthy clip above.