Smoke DZA & Green R Fieldz "The One" Video
Smoke DZA & Green R Fieldz
Meet a new Cali artist by the name of Green R Fieldz, who is planning a joint project with Smokers Club founder Smoke DZA. Their first collab from the project, "The One," comes with a brand new video, in which the two smokers are situated in the middle of a marijuana forest, running through about as much crop as humanly possible while still being focused enough to drop nonstop bossman rhymes. The joint tape between Fieldz and DZA is sounding like it'll be essential listening for anyone who's truly about that Smokers Club life.
Smoke DZA "Stage 5 Steamer" Video
In March, Smoke DZA and producer Harry Fraud teamed up for the joint effort, He Has Risen, to which DZA returns today. The Kushed God bestows upon fans a visual for the horn-infused "Stage 5 Steamer."
Smoke DZA "100K" Video
Smoke DZA & Harry Fraud
Longtime collaborators and good friends Smoke DZA and Harry Fraud released a joint album this past week titled He Has Risen. The project is full of cinematic production and detailed rapping working in inspired harmony. While He Has Risen continues to extend beyond the boroughs, DZA and Fraud have provided a video to the track "100K," and the visual features an appearance from wrestling legend Virgil.
Smoke DZA Freestyles On Sway In The Morning
To promote his upcoming He Has Risen project, which drops this Friday, Smoke DZA decided to make his way by the Shade 45 studios this week and chop it up with the host Sway for a lengthy 21-minute interview (see below). But during his time on air, DZA was asked to partake in Sway’s “5 Fingers Of Death” freestyle, which he gladly accepted. After reading some jotting points on his phone, DZA proceeded to go off the top and spit some fire bars for our listening and viewing pleasure which doesn’t disappoint. Check it all out above.
Smoke DZA's "Off The Top" Freestyle
Cinematic Music Group and Top Shelf Premium have decided to join forces for a brand new freestyle series called “Off Top”. It’s first rapper to take the challenge? Smoke DZA. Shot in low-quality footage, the video captures the essence of old school freestyling, from the old school boom box to the sports jerseys, this has everything that true freestylers & lyricists will appreciate. Rockin’ a Bo Jackson White Sox jersey, Smoke DZA did exactly what he was ask to do and that’s deliver BARS. Check it out above.
Smoke DZA Feat. Cam'ron "Ghost of Dipset" Video
Smoke DZA Feat. Cam'ron
Smoke DZA's last album, Dream.ZONE.Achieve, was released over a year ago, and it seemed we'd never get an official video for his Harlem lineage collab, "Ghost Of Dipset". The Cam'ron-assisted collab is built off aof a beat that fittingly sounds like a Heatmakerz instrumental calling from the afterlife. DZA's laid-back swagger works is highly compatible with Cam's lazy tongue twisters, and by recruiting the Diplomats leader for the video, DZA gets his KIlla Season-proven acting chops, as well as a role for Dame Dash as well.
Smoke DZA Feat. Curren$y "Don't Play Me" Video
Smoke DZA Feat. Curren$y
Both Smoke DZA & Curren$y are having prolific years. Smoke is hot off the release of Ringside 3, and Curren$y's given us both Pilot Talk III and Even More Saturday Night Car Tunes in the past few weeks. Though none of those three projects had any Jet Life x RFC joints, the longtime collaborators are back together lighting up a new visual to "Don't Play Me," which appeared on Jet Life's World Wide Hustlers mixtape.
NYMLo "Almighty LO" Video
We've heard NYMLo on some hot Smoke DZA cuts in the past, and his new track "Almighty LO" is the perfect introduction to the rapper himself. NYMLo is a huge addition to Smoke DZA's R.F.C. crew and label, and the new video to "Almighty LO" showcases his potential in full force.
Smoke DZA's "European Tour" Vlog (Episode 1)
Harlem rapper Smoke DZA released the first installment of his vlog about his first European Tour, perhaps a sign that, after ten mixtapes and three studio albums, his sphere of influence is expanding. The video follows Smoke DZA and his crew on the first leg of the tour in Amsterdam, London, and Paris. It shares footages of his performances for the European faithful, highlighted by an appearance from renowned hip-hop dancers Les Twins. It also offers insight into Smoke's tooth-brushing technique (vigorous). But mostly it shows why the call him the Kush God.
R.F.C. "Say Less" Video
When Smoke DZA's not hanging around with Dame Dash, he's working with his R.F.C crew. R.F.C. returns to their album The Outsiders this morning with the release of a music video for "Say Less," featuring DZA, NYMLo and Al-Doe. The joint is produced by 183rd, with the visual also presented by 183rd. The R.F.C. members shot the video around New York, hitting up a bodega and Al-Doe's kitchen. Watch the DMF Films music video above.
R.F.C. "R.I.D.G.A.F." Video
More visuals roll in this morning. This time, we get a new music video for the Smoke DZA-helmed crew, R.F.C. R.F.C is a crew composed of New York natives Smoke DZA, Al-Doe, Bluntsmoker, NymLo and 183rd, and in November, the group dropped their album The Outsiders.
Smoke DZA "Fish Tank" Video
At this point, Smoke DZA's K.O.N.Y. mixtape is over two years old. But today, the Kush God returns to the project to drop a video for the standout cut "Fish Tank."
Crew Love: Smoke DZA & R.F.C.
"Crew Love" is a series of features that we started early this year, profiling the members of various groups and posses, from A$AP Mob to TDE. Today, we introduce a new element to the series, with Smoke DZA and his New York-based R.F.C.
Smoke DZA Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Bluntsmoker "Pass Off" Video
Smoke DZA Feat. Ty Dolla $ign & Bluntsmoker
Back in April, Smoke DZA dropped his massive Dream.ZONE.Achieve project, on which was featured a Ty Dolla $ign and Bluntsmoker collab entitled "Pass Off." Today, the record gets a video.
Cam'ron Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Smoke DZA "Touch The Sky" Video
Cam'ron Feat. Wiz Khalifa & Smoke DZA
If you're looking to make a song that exalts marijuana, you'd do well to recruit Wiz Khalifa and Smoke DZA for guests verses. Mr. "Kush & Orange Juice" and the self-proclaimed Kush God show up to share their expertise on Cam'ron's recently-released track "Touch The Sky," which unlike Kanye West and Lupe Fiasco's song of the same name, is more focused on getting blunted than getting famous.
Boogz Boogetz Feat. Smoke DZA "Overdose" Video
Boogz Boogetz Feat. Smoke DZA
Boogz Boogetz is currently preparing his mixtape C.O.O.L. 2 for release on October 14th. Last week, he shared audio and visuals for a Fat Trel collab entitled "Live," and today, the NY MC teams up with fellow New Yorker Smoke DZA for another track from the upcoming project. Watch the "Overdose" video above.
CJ Fly, Nitty Scott MC, Chris Webby & Smoke Dza "RAW Cypher" Video
CJ Fly Feat. Nitty Scott, MC, Chris Webby & Smoke DZA
Other than the almighty Zig-Zags (which mostly have Dr. Dre's Chronic artwork to thank for their popularity in hip-hop), RAW Papers are some of the most frequently-name-dropped marijuana smoking accessories in hip-hop. Today, the company has linked up with CJ Fly, Nitty Scott MC, Chris Webby and Smoke DZA to bring you a "RAW Cypher." Rapping on what appears to be a stoop in Brooklyn, all four MCs give their best performances.
Dame Dash Feat. Smoke DZA, Lo, Alexandra Estevez & Evaanz "This Is Why I'm Here" Video
Dame Dash Feat. Smoke DZA, Lo, Alexandra Estevez & Evaanz
Damon Dash recently opened his very own restaurant in Brooklyn called Dish & Dash, and apparently it's got a pretty sweet lounge area in the back. His new video for "This Is Why I'm Here" was shot in the plush lounge, which also has a recording studio to boot. Featuring the talents of Smoke DZA, Lo, Alexandra Estevez and Evaanz, the video is jam-packed with talent but never feels crowded. The video is shot in dark, moody lighting, with Dame shown sitting in an antique armchair and rapping in the booth at the aforementioned studio.
Nina Sky Feat. Smoke DZA "Stoners" Video
Nina Sky Feat. Smoke DZA
Identical twin sisters Nina Sky are still best known for their 2004 single, "Move Ya Body", but the duo have been releasing music fairly consistently since. Their 2012 album, Nicole & Natalie, paired them with Bruno Mars' Smeezingtons, celebrated producer, Salaam Remi, and newcomer Brenmar.On their latest single, "Stoner", the duo have linked with yet another interesting collaborator, Smoke DZA. As you may have guessed, the song revolves around weed, with a suitably trippy video.
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.