After previously announcing that he will drop his last album on record label TDE, Kendrick Lamar and cousin Baby Keem have released the “family ties” official video.
In a three part scene, the visual first sees Keem as the main attraction as he boasts about gifting a million dollars to his grandma. The second scene shows Kendrick, credited as Oklama, displaying his legendary skill set. The Compton MC even raps about smoking on your Top 5 MC’s as he maintains his supremacy even after being out of the music scene for a while. The two cousins go back and forth in the last scene and even has a notable appearance from singer Normani.
After Young Thug and his Young Stoner Life record label dropped the Slime Language 2 tape, the visual to the standout track “Ski” has also been unveiled.
The video is directed by Omar Jones and sees Thug and his protégé Gunna trade bars over the Wheezy-produced beat. Cameos include Swae Lee, NAV, DK Metcalf and several Tik Tok dance creatives.
News broke earlier in the week that iconic Ruff Ryders rapper and actor DMX was hospitalized in grave condition. Sadly, the Yonkers MC has passed at the age of 50, leaving behind a music legacy that generations past, present and future will appreciate.
Born Earl Simmons, DMX burst onto the scene in 1998 with his critically acclaimed album It’s Dark And Hell Is Hot which landed at the number 1 spot on the Billboard 200 and never looked back after that. X would later drop his follow-up album Flesh of My Flesh, Blood of My Blood which also landed at the number 1 spot.
X’s enthusiastic and personable persona opened doors in the acting realm, securing roles in Romeo Must Die, Exist Wounds and the cult classic Belly in which he starred alongside Nas. No stranger to controversy, DMX had his fair share of drama and showed that the sun doesn’t always shine but he fought his way through the turmoil and shared his pain with his fans through his music.
Being a fighter for most of his life, The Darkman can finally take it easy knowing his mark in music is forever solidified. Rest In Peace.
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.
After months of speculation on whether a new Kid Cudi album would drop this year, the Ohio native has delivered on Man on the Moon III: The Chosen.
The third installment of the Man on the Moon series will feature guest appearances by Phoebe Bridgers, Pop Smoke, Skepta, and Trippie Redd.
Stream the album below.
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.
Big Sean has finally let loose the “Wolves” video with Post Malone. The lunar-inspired visual is from one of Sean’s biggest albums to date, Detroit 2. Check it out below.
The year 2020 has been abysmal to say the least but Megan Thee Stallion intends to shine a positive light with her highly anticipated debut album Good News. The 17-track album has guest appearances from DaBaby, Young Thug, City Girls, SZA, Lil Durk, Big Sean, 2 Chainz, and Beyoncé.
Along with her album release, the Houston MC has also dropped an official music video for the track, “Body.” This music video features Taraji P. Henson and other celebrities and socialites and is a visual representation of being body positive.
“You’re going to see all body shapes, a lot of strong women doing the damn thing. Just being confident and owning their bodies and their sexuality.”Megan Thee Stallion
Riding the wave of his latest album that was just released, So Help Me God!, 2 Chainz has just dropped the visual for “Toni” which is one of the standout tracks.
“Toni” was directed by Bryan Barber and even shows 2 Chainz flexing his wrestling skills as he RKO’s one of the video models.
Check out the video above and stream So Help Me God here.