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Rihanna Shares Preview Of Upcoming Video For “Work” With Drake
Well it looks like Rihanna’s new video for “Work” is about to surface soon. On Friday, RiRi decided to take to her snapchat story to reveal some behind the scenes clips of her upcoming video with Drake.
Your Old Droog "42 (FORTY DEUCE)" Video (Prod. By Marco Polo)
It wasn't long ago that Your Old Droog dropped his funky track “42 (Forty Deuce)," and now we have a hilarious set of visuals from the New York rapper.
Run The Jewels "Meowpurrdy" Video
While some fans may have had their doubts, Run The Jewels actually came through with their Meow The Jewels remix project in September 2015. The project reinterprets RTJ production with an array of different cat noises, while Killer Mike and El-P
Dame D.O.L.L.A. Feat. Paul Rey "Bigger Than Us" Video
Iman Shumpert was the only NBA player to release music yesterday.
Ghostface Killah Feat. Killah Priest "Wu Goo" Video
This is a new kind of product placement. Wu Tang Clan emcee Ghostface Killah and Killah Priest have some amount of stake in a new THC oil, and they’re promoting it with a hilarious music video.
L.E.$. Feat. Slim Thug "Front" Video (Prod. By Cardo)
LE$ dropped the excellent Steak X Shrimp 2 in November of 2015, and now we have visuals for one of the doper tracks on the album.
PSG Demands M.I.A. Take Down "Borders" Music Video
M.I.A. kicked off the promotion for her upcoming album, Matahdatah, with the record "Borders," which poked fun at all our first world problems, before touching on some more serious issues in other parts of the world, all with a dose of cynicism.
Father "In State Outta State" Video (Prod. By Ethereal)
Father has been lauded as a tastemaker almost as much as he’s celebrated as a rapper, and he fulfills both promises with this video.
Nyck Caution "Church" Video (Prod. By Slauson Malone)
We’re happy to premiere the official video for Nyck Caution’s “Church.” Pro Era affiliate’s track stays true to the clique’s old school sound, with multiple verses of impressive, stripped-down lyricism over Slauson Malone&rs