Father, who had one of the best music videos of 2015 with the gloriously-pink "Everybody In The Club Getting Shot," comes through today with a new set of visuals for his collaboration "Alleyoop Swish." The record itself is a new release (and also availabl
The music video is making a comeback, in a big way. More and more, we are seeing artists take the time (and the money) to invest in a visual that is truly a piece of art, or at least, a piece of cinematic creativity.
The Michael Jackson comparisons came faster than ever with the release of The Weeknd's new studio album Beauty Behind The Madness, and "In The Night" is certainly one of the records that captures MJ's spirit the most.
Belly is returning to his Up For Days mixtape this morning with a set of visuals that go hand-in-hand. Both videos were shot and directed by Nick Roney and Luis Soto, creating a similar aesthetic that ties each together, not to mention, the overt the
Belly made quite the return the other week, when he not only dropped off two songs and a new music video, but announced that he signed a deal with Roc Nation. The XO member assured fans it's "still XO for life," though.
Young Dolph returns to his Shittin On The Industry mixtape this afternoon with the release of a music video for "Missed Count." One of the many difficulties of being in the trap is having to count all that damn money, and loosing count because there's so
Lil Wayne once said "Man, I got so many flow, I am a group," and Tech N9ne may have just taken that concept to the next level, giving us a solo cypher from his upcoming collaboration project Strangeulation II.
Here goes your third (and final?) piece of Belly content today, a new music video for the Up For Days cut, "No Option." Along with the two leaks, Belly announced a new deal with Roc Nation, thus why he's dropping so much content today.
Today we're introducing you to Young Troy, part of a Montreal duo called Frap Boyz alongside B.Cliff. The duo dropped off a mixtape called FRAPCITY seven months ago, which received a few looks on the blogosphere.
Young Roddy, like much of his Jet Life camp, will always be slightly slept on, it seems. The rapper's been out here for a while, probably just as long as Curren$y's been around, but he's only just announced a debut album earlier this month.
With the release of his new album today, Jadakiss celebrates by releasing a new music video taken from Top 5 Dead Or Alive. He's decided to give the Diddy-featured "You Don't Eat" the visual treatment, with a crisp black and white music video.
One of the best parts about Meek Mill's album, Dreams Worth More Than Money, was the intro. "Lord Knows" featured an uncredited Tory Lanez, however T Lanez nabs the credit he deserves with the release of a music video for the collaboration.