Wiki "3 Stories" Video
At the tail end of last year, New York native Wiki came through with a solo offering, a mixtape titled Lil Me. The rapper, a member of the RatKing collective, has continued to push his name as a solo artist and work with artists outside of the RatKing collective.
Kaytranada "Lite Spots" Video
Kaytranada released his very impressive debut album 99.9% this past Friday, and we now have the second set of visuals from the album. “Lite Spots” got the honor of the visual treatment, and the video matches the tone of the funky disco track.
Kaytranada & Anderson. Paak "Glowed Up" Video
Kaytranada & Anderson .Paak
On May 6, producer Kaytranada will release his new album, 99.9%, and last month, he revealed the projects artwork and tracklisting, which showed an incredible range of features. Kaytranada has now released one of those eye-catching collabs, the Anderson. Paak-featuring "Glowed Up," and the new track, premiered today by Annie Mac on BBC Radio 1, arrives with an accompanying video.
Wiki "Crib Tax" Video
In case the name isn’t familiar, Wiki is the frontman of New York City’s Ratking. He had a strong 2015, finishing out the year by dropping his first solo record Lil Me.
The Internet Feat. Kaytranada "Girl" Video
The Internet Feat. Kaytranada
We got a radio rip of "Girl," The Internet's collab with producer Kaytranada back in January, and just days ahead of the release of the group's third album, Ego Death, they've shared the full song with a trippy video to match.
Mick Jenkins "P's & Q's" Video
Just a few minutes ago, audio of a new Mick Jenkins track called "P's & Q's" his Spotify, and with very little adieu, here's the video for the Kaytranada-produced cut. It's a slo-mo set of visuals contained in just one shot. Much like his methodic, decidedly un-trendy music's relationship with Chicago's prevailing drill scene, Mick is depicted amidst a veritable warzone of chaotic activity, unfazed and marching to the beat of his own drum. It's a cool parallel to his own career arc, and also a brilliant video directed by Nathan R. Smith.
Towkio "Reflection" Video
When you meet Towkio, he doesn't seem like the sort of dude who'd write a song like "Reflection." He's got a fun-loving, carefree vibe, but there's clearly more than meets the eye. His new video for the .Wav Theory track begins lightheartedly enough, with scenes of girls and guys mingling at a pretty laid-back-looking house party, but soon takes a dark turn.
Towkio Talks ".Wav Theory," Working With Chance The Rapper & Kaytranada
Save Money's own Towkio has been impressing us with the turnt cuts he's been dropping ahead of his upcoming project .Wav Theory, so we had to catch up with him at SXSW to get the scoop on it. Having performed with Chance The Rapper and The Social Experiment the night before, Towkio was noticeably hyped when telling us what to expect from his new project: "You can expect to get down. You gon' be able to dance, you gon' be able to vibe, you gon' be able to smoke, exfoliate, transcend."
GoldLink put out "Sober Thoughts" last May, and a year later we get a video to go with the Kaytranada-produced track. If you've seen "When I Die" or "Ay Ay", you know GoldLink has some of the freshest visuals around, though you may never have seen his face.