Zaytoven Videos

Yo Gotti Feat. Fetty Wap "Tell Me" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. Fetty Wap "Tell Me" Video
Yo Gotti Feat. Fetty Wap
Yo Gotti had a stellar latter half to 2015, dropping two mixtapes, The Return and Any Hood America. The former provided a few more hits, starting with "Down in the DM," which has proven to be the biggest track of Gotti's career. The Return also contained a collab with Fetty Wap, "Tell Me," that boasts surprisingly poppy production from Zaytoven. It's surprising "Tell Me" hasn't quite followed the success of "Down in the DM" yet, but the new video should take it to new heights. 
BWA Kane Feat. Kevin Gates "While She Talkin" Video
BWA Kane Feat. Kevin Gates "While She Talkin" Video
BWA Kane Feat. Kevin Gates
We're less than two weeks away from the release of Kevin Gates' debut album, Islah, which should take him to new heights in the rap game. Another one of Gates' goals for this year will be to earn some shine for his BreadWinners crew and label.
Shy Glizzy "Winning" Video
Shy Glizzy "Winning" Video
Shy Glizzy
Following last month's "No Sleep," Shy Glizzy has dropped another visual off his underrated collab mixtape with Zaytoven, For Trappers Only, released at the end of September. The new "Winning" video takes viewers to Glizzy's home hood in D.C., stunting everywhere from rooftops to abandoned warehouses, always avoiding the spiteful gaze of the neighborhood police. 
EZ Mac Feat. Veli Sosa "Dope Boy" Video (Prod. By Zaytoven) (Heatseekers)
EZ Mac Feat. Veli Sosa "Dope Boy" Video (Prod. By Zaytoven) (Heatseekers)
Zaytoven is on quite a tear right now, producing countless hits for the likes of Future an Migos over the last couple of years. EZ Mac is the latest rapper to work with the ATL beatmaker, and his nasally drawl is as perfect a match for the producer's bouncy pan-flute sounds as any of his other collaborators. Today he's shared the video for his track "Dope Boy," which features Veli Sosa and appears on his Mactavis mixtape. 
Migos "Say So" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
Migos "Say So" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
Migos
For their latest video off of recent mixtape Back to the Bando, Migos heads to legendary Atlanta strip club Magic City. They get there around 7 PM and don't leave until 4:30 in the morning, when the party continues back in their trailer (ladies must twerk if they want to get in).
21 Savage "Woah" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
21 Savage "Woah" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
21 Savage
21 Savage has had the opportunity to work with some of the best producers in Atlanta -- he dropped a collaborative tape with Sonny Digital called Free Guwop, and his most recent video tackles "Woah," which appeared on his Slaughter Tape and featured the production of Zaytoven.
BTS Of Jeezy's "Church In These Streets" Video
BTS Of Jeezy's "Church In These Streets" Video
Jeezy has been consistently raising the anticipation for his upcoming album, Church in These Streets. He's already unveiled 4 tracks off the album, and he's about to release the video to the Zaytoven-produced title track. Along with sharing the album's cover art tonight, Jeezy has given fans a behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming "Church in These Streets" video. 
Young Scooter Feat. Future "Hit It Raw" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Future "Hit It Raw" Video
Young Scooter Feat. Future
Young Scooter cemented his rep as one of the hottest ATL street rappers with his latest mixtape, Juggathon, entirely produced by Zaytoven. He's now given a video to the tape's biggest track, "Hit It Raw," featuring his Freebandz boss, Future. 
Jeezy Speaks Fan Video
Jeezy Speaks Fan Video
Last week, Jeezy, aka Pastor Young, wrote a letter to his community and to minorities across America in conjunction with the release of his new single, "God." He soon released an audio recording of himself reading the letter over a backdrop of inspirational piano, courtesy of Zaytoven, who regularly plays the organ in church. Jeezy's words were moving enough to prompt a fan to create a montage of powerful images to be shown along with the sermon.  Read an excerpt from the speech below:
Young Dro "Ugh" Video
Young Dro "Ugh" Video
Young Dro
Young Dro comes through with a video for "Ugh," the lead single off his forthcoming album Da Reality Show. Dro adopts a more modern flow than he would have used in his "Shoulder Lean" days, but it's nothing off his back as he goes way in on this grooving Zaytoven instrumental. The visual component has him with the squad dabbing it up in Blue Ivory and outside JJ's Rib Shack down in Atlanta.
Rich The Kid "Sick Wit It" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
Rich The Kid "Sick Wit It" Video (Prod. Zaytoven)
Rich The Kid
Rich the Kid kicks things up a notch in his new video for Flexin On Purpose single "Sick Wit It." The track itself is a veritable banger, with Rich doing his thing over a vintage piece of Zaytoven production. "Sick with it, whole pint I po' up/ Actavis, purple I'm slowed up."
Key! "Acetone" Video (Prod. By Zaytoven & Metro Boomin)
Key! "Acetone" Video (Prod. By Zaytoven & Metro Boomin)
Key!
If you were to ask someone who the two hottest producers in Atlanta are right now, they'd probably answer Metro Boomin and Zaytoven. It's enough of an achievement to get a beat from either one, but on "Acetone," Key! has recruited both production masterminds for the glimmering instrumental.
Cap 1 "1000 Pints" Video
Cap 1 "1000 Pints" Video
Cap 1
Today 2 Chainz protege gives us the video for "1000 Pints" off his January 2015 opus Bird Bath EP. As you might expect the Zaytoven X Cassius Jay-produced beat goes pretty damn hard. This joint is super catchy and basically feels like one long hook. It wasn't going to be easy for the video to live up to the song, but chalk this one up in the column for Cap 1 and co.
Future "Lay Up" Video
Future "Lay Up" Video
Future
To continue his on-going “Monster Monday” series, Future decides to close out Memorial Day Weekend with a brand new video for “Lay Up”, from his Beast Mode project.
Watch "808 The Movie" Starring Sean Teezy, Zaytoven, And Yung Joc
Watch "808 The Movie" Starring Sean Teezy, Zaytoven, And Yung Joc
Directed by Figvrati Films, "808 The Movie" tells the story of our young protagonist 28-year old cook named Teezy who endeavors to claim the ranks and make it as a hip-hop producer in Atlanta. The film is a savory blend of reality and fiction, dramatizing Teezy's rise to stardom with scripted arguments with his family and friends and featuring prominent appearances from Zaytoven, Yung Joc, VABP (Lex Luger's crew), and more.  Fast forward to 20:43 and 33:40 for some particularly fuego ATL beats.
Future "Where I Came From" Video
Future "Where I Came From" Video
Future
Awaken, #FutureHive, your idol has a new video. Today, it's Beast Mode cut "Where I Came From" that gets the treatment. One of the more melancholic tracks on the tape, this one has Mr. Freebandz reminiscing about stashing "23 bricks in a speaker" and driving "Chevy Impalas and Regals, man." His past in the drug game still informs his actions today, which is something Future seems bittersweet about.
Future "Forever Eva" Video
Future "Forever Eva" Video
Future
Future is having one of the most prolific years of anyone around. While cuts from last year's Monster, like "Fuck Up Some Commas", continue to blow up on the daily, the Freebandz general has already put out two tapes this year--Beast Mode, with Zaytoven, and 56 Nights, with DJ Esco. All three mixtapes are among the hottest things on our percolators right now.
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 9)
Noisey's Atlanta Documentary (Ep. 9)
Zaytoven
We've taken a look into the lives of many different rappers over the course of Noisey Atlanta rap documentary, but after nine episodes, we're finally seeing how producers bring the scene together. As is pointed out in the doc, beatmakers have more name recognition than ever, partly because they literally insert their names into the beginning of each of their songs with producer tags.
Future "Just Like Bruddas" Video
Future "Just Like Bruddas" Video
Future
After the wading through his darkest sonics depths on Monster, Future brought back his gleefully bright style with the help of Zaytoven on Beast Mode. As he's demonstrated throughout his career, just because the melodies are sticky, doesn't mean the emotional weight isn't there. "Just Like Bruddas" acknowledges the rappers naysayers up-front, mentioning those who took Ciara's side in their very public break up.