Raury Covers ASAP Rocky's "LSD"
Raury hasn't released any new music since his debut album All We Need dropped in October, although he has dropped a music video for "Trap Tears" and recently he appeared on a cooking segment with Waka Flocka where the two showed us how to bake vegan blueberry muffins. This isn't exactly new music, b
Watch Waka Flocka & Raury Make Vegan Blueberry Muffins
Waka Flocka & Raury
Waka Flocka opens up the new episode of Munchies by relaying the crazy responses he gets when he tells people he's vegan (I didn't even know he was vegan). He's definitely looking pretty slim in the video, and he says, "I just didn't wanna be fat, I got tired of breathing hard, I got tired of my joints hurting." Although, Raury admits he has "wet dreams" about Chic-A-Filet.
Raury Feat. Key! "Trap Tears" Video
Raury Feat. Key!
Although Raury has received plenty of industry praise, and his album received mostly positive reviews, that hasn't translated into album sales. We'll have to see if Raury's fanbase is mainly industry-based, or if he can broach a more mainstream audience. Nonetheless today he brings us a visual for his collaboration with fellow Atlanta native, Key!, for "Trap Tears."
Raury Performs "Fly" In The Nightly Show's First Ever Musical Performance
The Nightly Show has gotten plenty of rappers like Joey Bada$$, The Game, and Mac Miller to come in and talk about controversial social and political issues, particularly those pertaining to race. But never in the show's brief history has it had a musical performance -- until last night, when Raury busted out his guitar for a performance of "Fly," a song that he wrote about Ferguson. The song appears on his new album All We Need.
Raury On The Breakfast Club
Raury just dropped his debut All We Need, and naturally, he's now on the promo tour. The Breakfast Club is always an essential stop, so the rapper shot the shit with DJ Envy and Charlamagne Tha God, talking about discussing his Atlanta roots.
Raury Performs "Friends" On The Late Late Show
Raury's debut album, All We Need, is out today, and to ring in the occasion, Raury and his band stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden last night to perform one of the album's singles, "Friends." The XXL Freshman dropped off the feel-good track, along with an accompanying music video, last month. The song featured Tom Morello, but the E Street Band guitarist wasn't present at last night's performance.
Raury Feat. Tom Morello "Friends" Video
Raury Feat. Tom Morello
A day after announcing his debut album, All We Need, Raury has shared one of the LP's tracks, "Friends," with an accompanying music video. The track features former Rage Against the Machine/Audioslave guitarist Tom Morello. With Morello, one might expect a heavy, guitar-swelling anthem, but "Friends" is actually a soft, feel-good poppy tune, perfect for soaking up the last few moments of summertime.
XXL Freshmen Roundtable Pt. 1: Raury, Tink, Kidd Kidd & K Camp
Raury, Tink, K Camp & Kidd Kidd
In addition to individual freestyles and group cyphers, XXL freshmen are now participating in roundtable discussions with each other as part of XXL's cover rollout. The first installment was just released, and shows Raury, Kidd Kidd, Tink and K Camp having an open discussion for the camera.
XXL Freshmen Cypher Pt 1: Raury, Tink, K Camp & Kidd Kidd
Raury, Tink, K Camp & Kidd Kidd
After rolling out all the singular freestyles and XXL profiles on each of this year's XXL Freshmen, XXL continues to milk the list by releasing cyphers with each of the Freshmen divided into groups. For the first cypher from the pack, we get a session with Kidd Kidd, Raury, Tink and K Camp. While Tink and Raury also sing, these two go hard on the rapping tip for the freestyle. Over a menacing beat from DJ Drama, Kidd Kidd kicks things off before passing the mic off to K Camp. Tink then comes through with bars, followed by Raury rounding out the cypher.
Raury "Devil's Whisper" Video
Somehow, Raury already has his own music festival, and its happening for the SECOND time on June 26th. In promotion of the upcoming event in Atlanta, the large-hat-wearing artist has released a new visual in which he wears a large hat, and a lot of dramatic things happen, but for the most part, he manages to keep the hat on his head.
Raury Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
Yesterday, we got to hear Raury's freestyle for the XXL Freshman cover, and today, he's back with another. The ATL youngster visited Sway In The Morning for an interview and a freestyle over Snoop Dogg's "Boss Life."
Raury's XXL Freshmen Freestyle & Profile
Raury is known as a singer first and foremost, however he spits a mean rap verse when he wants too. His latest single, "Devil's Whisper," incorporates one such verse, and he had no problem doing the usual XXL Freshmen freestyle.
Raury Feat. Malik Shakur "Fly" Video
Raury Feat. Malik Shakur
In the wake of the murders of Michael Brown, Eric Garner, Tamir Rice and more innocent black men (and boys) last year, many artists released tribute tracks.
My City: Exploring Atlanta's Rap Scene With Raury, OG Maco & More
We've seen the Atlanta rap scene and their accompanying sound takeover much of 2014, so it was only a matter of time before the documentaries focused on the buzzing rappers from ATL start pouring in. Billboard debuts just that with their new video series "My City," where Erika Ramirez explores the city and meets up with several key components: Raury, OG Maco, Key!, Father and more. Awful Records is one of the crews on the rise right now, where as rappers like Young Thug and Rich Homie Quan are fully established within the Atlanta game.
Raury Freestyles On Sway In The Morning Show
After dropping off his much-talked about Indigo Child project a few weeks back, Raury has been making the appropriate moves ever since, including a meeting with Kanye West.
Raury Talks About Signing Record Label Deal With Hot 97
You may have been hearing a lot about this Raury newcomer from ATL. Back in March, he caught his big break when the video for "God's Whisper" quickly landed him in the middle of a bidding war between a few major record labels, including a recent meeting (and co-sign) from Kanye West and DONDA.