Kinda feels like Summer 2011 again when “I’m On One” dropped, but not quite. Everyone takes it back to the 90s for style purposes, and parts of the video is shot with a non-HD old camcorder with the date set to May 15th, 1996. Directed by Colin Tilley.
Khaled’s Suffering From Success album drops on September 24th.
About to listen to it myself, but folks have been giving it plenty of praise. Despite leaks, Cole has given fans the opportunity to listen to the album legally via stream before its June 18th release. Check it out.
Chance is quickly becoming a big deal in rap. This visual was put up on YT just a few days ago and already has over 200k views. It chronicles his recent sold-out shows at Metro in his hometown, Chicago.
Live performances and creative video premieres are nice, but we’re starving for that official track list, Ye. Two more weeks until Yeezus drops though.
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With a song title like that, you’d expect to see some twerking in this. Thankfully (unless you’re at work), they don’t disappoint in that regard.
DLS back? Yes indeed. Not only is their new album You’re Welcome on the way, but they’ve got a ‘one new track per month’ music release schedule going on.
One of the dopest videos ever? Maybe.
Natho, aka D.E.A.D., drops a new 90s Bad Boy-inspired visual in honor of Biggie’s birthday. Directed by Jules Ramzy.