Watch: A$AP Rocky – Praise The Lord (Da Shine) ft. Skepta

Two of the jiggiest fellas in hiphop – A$AP Rocky and Skepta, joined forces on a track titled “Praise the Lord (Da Shine),” off the former’s newly released TESTING album. Rocky has shared the official music video for “Praise the Lord (Da Shine),” and it sees both friends sporting their best outfits, while giving us a glimpse into their worlds in New York and London along with their crew on standby. A$AP Rocky’s TESTING album is available to buy on iTunes or stream on Spotify.

Dremo – Ojere (Official Video)

Davido Music Worldwide rolls out the visual accompaniment to the first official single from its newly signed act Dremo, titled “Ojere.” The Director Q-directed video features different scenes of the rapper hanging out with his friends in a house in Lagos, Nigeria; before taking the party to Al-Awir desert in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy the afro-trap video.

WizKid ft. Chris Brown, Trey Songz & French Montana – Shabba


Wizkid keeps the momentum going, following his massive success with Drake’s “One Dance.” The Nigerian superstar has just released a brand new single titled “Shabba,” featuring longtime friend Chris Brown, Trey Songz, and French Montana.

The Mike Will Made It-produced track see Wizkid pay homage to Shabba Ranks, while Breezy and Trigga catered to the females, and French Montana did the usual.

While this seems like a summer anthem, the world is still waiting on that unreleased “African Bad Girl,” by Wizkid and Chris Brown. Hit the play button below to stream the song.

50 Cent – I’m The Man (Remix) ft. Chris Brown

50 Cent will be releasing a new single titled “No Romeo No Juliet,” featuring Chris Brown, later today. Before the aforementioned happens, 50 has shared the visual for the remix of his song “I’m The Man,” with Breezy. The song which also happens to be Birdman’s favorite song at the moment, is directed by Eif Rivera, and it sees Fiddy and Breezy doing their thing in a big Hollywood mansion, surrounded by a bunch of women. At the tail-end of the video, is also a preview of “No Romeo No Juliet,” where the two head to a strip club to have a good time. Hit the play button above to watch the video.

#FlashbackFriday: Bow Wow – Let Me Hold You ft. Omarion (Official Video)

“Let Me Hold You” is the first single off Bow Wow’s fourth album Wanted released in March 2005, and it features R&B singer Omarion – making it duo’s very first collaboration together. “Let Me Hold You” was co-written and co-produced by producer Jermaine Dupri and No I.D., and it uses a sample of Luther Vandross’ 1985 version of Brenda Russell’s “If Only for One Night”.

The song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, making this the first top 10 hit for both Bow Wow and Omarion as a solo artist. The song also hit numbers 2 and 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Mainstream Top 40 charts respectively, and reached the top 40 in many countries including Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the UK. “Let Me Hold You” was certified Platinum by the RIAA for selling over 1,000,000 copies. Hit the play button above to enjoy the Bryan Barber-directed video, and visit the below links to purchase Wanted.

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Drake Unveils Full Tracklist for ‘VIEWS’


Ahead of Friday’s official release, Drake has taken to Twitter to reveal the official tracklist for his much-anticipated fourth studio album Views (the album title appears to have been shortened from Views From the 6). Featuring 20 tracks, we certainly have a lot to look forward to, however Drizzy opted to keep his features and production … Read more

L.A.X – Ole

L.A.X ft. Dremo x Ycee – Ole

Wizkid’s Starboy signee L.A.X, newly signed Davido Worldwide Music rapper Dremo, and Ycee, join forces on a Legendury beatz produced track titled “Ole

Wasiu – Outer Space (Official Video)

Montreal rapper Wasiu unveiled the visual to his single “Outer Space,” taken from his MTLiens EP. The William Fradette-directed video sees Wasiu doing his thing in a room with nothing but a monolithic cuboid. On his southern-inspired sound, the Montreal rapper revealed to The FADER, who premiered the release, stating the below:

Of course, MTLiens is a play on Outkast’s classic ATLiens album. Whereas ATLiens had a more welcoming atmosphere and southern hospitality to it, MTLiens is the polar opposite—just as MTL is geographically to ATL. Just as hip-hop was dominated by east coast/west coast in the mid-’90s and Atlanta was under that shadow, Montreal is under Toronto’s shadow from being recognized as a scene.

#FlashbackFriday: Ja Rule – Wonderful ft. R. Kelly, Ashanti (Official Video)

#FlashbackFriday: Ja Rule - Wonderful ft. R. Kelly, Ashanti (Official Video)

“Wonderful” is the lead single from Ja Rule’s sixth studio album R.U.L.E., released in 2004. The song features R&B singers R. Kelly and Ashanti. Ja Rule and the entire Murder Inc. crew were undoubtedly some of the major players during the 2000s era, and the success of “Wonderful” is another testimony to this. Hit the play button above to enjoy the Hype Williams-directed music video.

#FlashbackFriday: Terror Squad – Lean Back ft. Fat Joe, Remy Ma (Official Video)

Terror Squad - Lean Back ft. Fat Joe, Remy Ma Video

Here is the official video to 2004 monster hit single “Lean Back,” by Terror Squad. The Scott Storch-produced single is taken from Terror Squad’s album True Story, and it features Fat Joe with Remy Ma handling the second verse. “Lean back” was a worldwide success, and it topped the Billboard Hot 100 for three weeks from August 21 and topped the R&B charts for more than a month. The song also appeared in video games “Need For Speed Underground 2,” “Def Jam Rapstar,” and “The Hip Hop Dance Experience.” Hit the play button above to enjoy the video and relive old memories.