Travis Scott took to social media to announce that Astrofest will be making its return next year, stating “See you next year… at Astrofest can’t wait to turn the f*ck up! – T.” Closing out the announcement, the Houston artist wrote the words “Stay safe” in red.
2 Chainz and Mulatto join forces for “Quarantine Thick,” which is accompanied by a music video as well.
This track could possibly be a single from the Atlanta native’s project, So Help Me God and features several references to our current predicament of social distancing, staying home, wearing masks etc.
Sada Baby‘s “Whole Lotta Choppas” has blown up over the last few weeks and has even gone viral on social media, being featured on several TikTokers videos. The Detroit rapper has definitely put in the time and ground work to see the success of the popular smash which is well-deserved.
Now, the Young Money Queen Nicki Minaj, has jumped on the “Whole Lotta Choppas” Remix. Check out the Visualizer above.
YG just released his fifth studio album, My Life 4Hunnid and he did not disappoint. The west coast rapper even released a visual for “Jealous,” which is one of the more notable tracks from the album. Donald Trump is no new target from YG, in fact, he doubles down from his scathing single “FDT” to emphasize where he stands when it comes to Trump.
Despite the overall satirical content of the video, YG, just like many of us, makes it clear that the current state of the country is being ran poorly from the COVID-19 pandemic to the handling of racial issues and stresses how important it is to vote.
With 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode 2 album still gaining momentum, the Atlanta duo has dropped the music video to “Runnin” featuring Savage’s Grammy award for his track “A Lot.”
With only a few months being passed since 21 Savage’s “A Lot” featuring J. Cole won the Grammy for Best Rap Song, it seemed only fitting that Savage let his neighborhood see the award up close and personal. In a sense, this was the Atlanta MC’s way of thanking the city partially responsible for his success.
Nas drops the visual for “Spicy” which is the single off his King’s Disease project with Hit-Boy. King’s Disease has been well-received by hip hop heads and it seems this is the vision the Queensbridge MC was going for as opposed to his Nasir album that Kanye West executive produced.
“Spicy” features A$AP Ferg and Fivio Foreign rapping alongside Nas with New York City as the backdrop. Notable cameos for the video include longtime Nas collaborators AZ, Cormega and Jungle.
After much anticipation, 21 Savage and Metro Boomin have finally dropped Savage Mode 2 with special guest Morgan Freeman.
This dynamic duo’s album is a follow-up to 2016’s Savage Mode. Savage Mode 2 is composed of 15 tracks which features Drake, Young Thug, Young Nudy and legendary actor Morgan Freeman who serves as the album’s narrator.
Be sure to stream 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode 2 on your favorite streaming platform.
Big Sean gives us a look at the visual for his track “ZTFO” off his latest album Detroit 2. Sean is definitely riding a wave after the project peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Detroit 2’s First week numbers had the project selling 103,000 equivalent album units in the U.S. ending in the week of Sept. 10. “ZTFO” is a track that closely identifies with Big Sean’s demeanor as the Detroit rapper has talked about finding his inner peace on more than one occasion.
Fresh from his project with Harry Fraud, The OutRunners, Curren$y releases his latest track, “Mugello Red.”
“Mugello Red” features a frequent collaborator of Spitta in Rick Ross in which the two go bar for bar. Harry Fraud produced the track and the video is directed by Dexstr8dope and shows Rozay’s crib in Atlanta as the back drop. The OutRunners was released back in July but there seems to be a director’s cut dropping soon.
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