The first video off Heems' latest album Eat Pray Thug stars Eric Andre and Hannibal Burress. If you're familiar with Adult Swim's two leading comedians, then you'll be prepared for the hilarious weirdness that ensues on "Sometimes".
Many hip-hop stars adorn the soundtrack to the film Furious 7, which just had a record-breaking weekend at the box office. Among those is Wiz Khalifa, who collaborated with young pop singer Charlie Puth on "See You Again".
Danny Seth's signature tag "The British are coming" couldn't be more on-point. By now, you might know Skepta, Stormzy, or any of the other grime MCs who joined Kanye on stage during "All Day", but do you know Danny Seth?
Alex Faith is a young rapper out of Atlanta who's a part of the Collision crew and label. Alex's raps center around his faith in God, but beyond Christian rap, he uses his music to inspire himself, those around him, and the city of Atlanta.
"Cell Boomin" is off Maxo Kream's recent mixtape MAXO 187, which put the young Houston rapper on the map. For the video, though, he gets Atlanta's Father to join in, making the track that much better.
South Central's Jay 305 is back with a video for his latest DJ Mustard-produced "Thuggin". "Thuggin" has that typical Mustard club-bangin' feel from the get go, though it plays with a more gangstafied edge than his poppier productions.
Action Bronson's Mr. Wonderful drops in two days (March 23), and to up the hype, Bronson gives us a behind the scenes look at the upcoming video for the single "Baby Blue", which features Chance the Rapper.
Bleu DaVinci is part of the Black Mafia Family and seems to have some sort of affiliation with MMG.
Beyonce is celebrating the one-year anniversary of dropping her game-changing self-titled visual album by releasing a short retrospective film titled "Yours And Mine." The black and white video piece is narrated by the Queen Bey, who comments on her youth and
"Lookin' at myself as nothing more than just a sacrifice." "Labyrinth" is the first single/visual from Long Beach, California representative Huey Briss' imminent Ash Lightly EP, which we're premiering at 6PM PST tomorrow evening.
HNHH brings you the premiere of "Fly With Him," the latest visual offering from emerging Marine Park, Brooklyn emcee Westbay, directed by Mike D'Angelo, produced by Joe Josh Beats and featuring his fellow Brooklynite Maino on the assist.
Last week, we reintroduced y'all to Queens, New York emcee Yves, a former member of the defunct Niceguys clique who recently began a solo career of his own, using Houston, Texas as his base of operations for the time being."Blur" is a choice selection from his
Got some good news for you this afternoon, folks. Lil B has blessed us with a video for the title track from his upcoming Hoop Life mixtape, which includes extremely rare footage of the deity displaying his sublime control of the sport of basketball.
Earlier this week, we reintroduced y'all to emerging Philadelphia emcee and recent Def Jam signee Tayyib Ali by way of a new video for his 2011 single "Do It (High School Dropout)," which impressed Uncle Rush & Co.