It's now officially August 1st, and we don't yet have a new album from spotlight-shy r'n'b singer Frank Ocean. At the beginning of July, Frank Ocean hinted at what many believed to be an album release with a countdown of sorts on his website, everything l
An Indiana-based rapper, Kasper Knight, who goes by the name Kasper Tha Phantom, is currently enjoying some Facebook fame and virality thanks to a video he took of himself-- shooting himself in the face.
GQ is known for writing about the high class lifestyle, and that holds true when they make videos about weed. This week’s episode of “Most Expensivest Shit” has 2 Chainz smoking out of some very expensive glassware.
Charlamagne Tha God is a staple of hip hop commentary as part Power 105.1’s Breakfast Club show, and has made a name for himself with his fearless (and sometimes trolling) commentary of the music industry.
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.
Mass Appeal blessed us with a very dope posthumous collaboration between J Dilla and Nas a few weeks ago, titled "The Sickness." Since then J Dilla’s vocal album The Diary (which includes “The Sickness” as a bonus track on iTunes) d
It’s been a month since Sap dropped off his impressive project Self-Employed, and today he shares the second set of visuals form the project. Sap chose “I’m Tired" for his next push.
While rumors swirl about Kanye West filming a music video for “Waves” in Scotland, we have a hilarious unofficial video for the first The Life of Pablo single “Famous” by “Master of None” creators Aziz Ansari.
A week after Big Sean & Jhene Aiko dropped off their joint effort TWENTY88, the two decide follow it up with a 15-minute short film today called “Out Of Love,” which is comprised of several records off the album.
We’re a huge fan of Nardwuar’s interviewing prowess, so this week has been pretty awesome. Lil Uzi Vert is the next subject of Nardwuar’s impressive research, and the duo does not disappoint.