Big Sean finally releases a music video for one of the many standout tracks from his album Detroit 2, “Deep Reverence.”
Catch the Detroit rapper cruising through the LA streets with the legend Big Snoop Dogg in the driver’s seat. The video seems bitter sweet as it features the late Nipsey Hussle, but Big Sean still finds a way to honor him through out the video. Detroit 2 out now.
As Drake preps for the release of his next album Certified Lover Boy, the Toronto MC makes sure to keep fans satisfied with the release of Scary Hours 2.
Scary Hours 2 features three songs, “Wants and Needs” featuring Lil Baby, “What’s Next” and “Lemon Pepper Freestyle” featuring Rick Ross. Along with the release of the EP, Drake also dropped the visual for “What’s Next.” Check out the music video below.
Lil Durkio drops the visual for “Kanye Krazy,” showcasing his cosplay Kanye West talents in some of the rapper’s most iconic moments.
In the video, the Chicago rapper can be seen in Kanye garb paying homage to West by referencing the controversial Sway interview as well as the infamous Taylor Swift MTV VMA moment. Other references include Kanye’s appearance in his videos for “Runaway,” “Bound 2,” and “I Love It.”
The song can be heard on Lil Durk’s new The Voice deluxe edition album in which 12 tracks have been added on to the 16 original tracks.
Future and Lil Uzi Vert share their visual for the track “Drankin N Smokin” from their joint album, Pluto X Baby Pluto.
In the video, comedian/actor Lil Duval throws a house party and invites Future and Lil Uzi. After Future pulls up, we see Uzi getting pulled over on his ATV where he later evades to escape to the party.
Director: DJ Esco & Sam Lecca Producer: Rodney Byerson & Princess Mbanuzue
Apple TV+ has released the first trailer for their upcoming documentary Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry. This documentary follows Eilish’s rise to fame, starting in 2019 at the age of 17 with the release of her album When We All Fall Asleep, Where Do We Go? The album topped the charts and won numerous Grammys.
The documentary features Eilish and her brother, Finneas O’Connell and shows the siblings in settings other than music such as Eilish passing her driver’s test. The doc will also give a behind-the-scenes look at the singer on tour, showing fans a closer look at Billie in her element.
Check out the trailer above, and watch Billie Eilish: The World’s A Little Blurry on Feb. 26 on Apple TV+.
Big Sean has released the official visual for “Body Language,” off his Detroit 2 album. The track features Jhené Aiko and Ty Dolla $ign.
The “Body Language” video pays homage to popular films of the 1990’s such as Poetic Justice where Sean and Jhené play the characters that Tupac and Janet Jackson played in the film. Other notable film references to look for include Waiting to Exhale and Love Jones. Check out the video above.
With the release of his album, Welcome to O’Block, the late King Von’s official music video for “Wayne’s Story” has dropped.
Welcome to O’Block emerged within the top Five of the Billboard 200, however, Von’s life was tragically cut short before he could celebrate the full success. Today, as fans are still mourning, the posthumous visual for “Wayne’s Story” has released. The track is produced by ChopsquadDJ and showcases Von in a narrative role as he tells the story of Wayne as he spirals deeper and deeper into the street life.