Travis Scott and Kanye West have released the official visuals to their Jimi Hendrix-sampled track “Piss On Your Grave,” which is taken from Travis’ recently released debut album Rodeo. Directed by Nabil, the video sees the duo outfitted in Yeezy pieces throughout, as they paced through the woods with interspersed shots of skulls and piss rolling into a wide open grave. Hit the play button above to watch the Apple Music-exclusive video which premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio show where Scott also revealed that Kanye’s album is coming very soon.
The official video for Kendrick Lamar’s track “These Walls,” off his sophomore album To Pimp a Butterfly, has arrived. Directed by Colin Tilley, the same person behind KDot’s award winning “Alright,” the video sees the Compton native take us through a party journey full of positive vibes with Bilal, Anna Wise and Thundercat, also featuring Terry Crews and famous dance moves. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy the movie-like visual.
Drake has just released the visual treatment to his track “Hotline Bling.” Currently sitting at the No. 2 position on the Billboard chart, “Hotline Bling” debuted back in July during the second installment of his OVO Sound Radio show on Apple’s Beats 1 Radio. The track which has already been a massive hit, is set to be even more massive with Drizzy’s legendary dance moves. Hit the play button above and enjoy the video.
Dubai-based hip-hop music group Secrecy Over Supremacy (S.O.S) offers up the follow-up to their debut single “New Chick” – which released recently, with a solid trap-esque track titled “Something Outta Nothing.” With this flaring new offering, the new-school hip-hop music group are undoubtedly on their way to making a major statement in the region’s hip-hop music scene. Hit the play button below to stream the song which is also available for free download.
In light of the N.W.A biopic Straight Outta Compton, that’s hitting theaters today. Compton native Kendrick Lamar was given the opportunity to sit down and talk with one of his biggest icons, the N.W.A., in an exclusive new interview for Billboard. K Dot brought up a number of topics to the members the legendary hip-hop group, which includes how they manage to balance their work and family lives, their favorite rappers in the game, their legacy, the impact left by their late friend and former member Eazy-E, and more. Watch the insightful and profound conversation between Kendrick Lamar and N.W.A’s DJ Yella, Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and MC Ren above.
The Game picked the most perfect timing to release the music video for his collaborative song with Drake, titled “100.” Shot entirely in Compton, The Game recruits local family and friends to back them up and have a good time, as he and Drake exchange verses. The Game’s camp wittily released this visual in the midst of Drizzy’s squashed tiff with Meek Mill. The single is set to appear on Game’s upcoming Documentary 2 album scheduled to drop later this year. Hit the play button above to enjoy the video.
Two days ago, Drizzy Drake put an end to Meek Mill’s career with a powerful yet subtle response to Meek Mill’s ghostwriting accusations and twitter rants, and now Meek Mill has responded with “Wanna Know.” Produced by Jahlil Beats and Swizz Beatz (likely a throwaway instrumental from his recent album release), the track feature samples of WWE star The … Read more
Nicki Minaj’s new boyfriend Meek Mill spoke reckless about Drake on twitter some days back, and Drizzy made sure he set the record straight that he doesn’t take disrespect lightly. He released a song titled “Charged Up” three days ago, throwing subliminal shots at Meek Mill, as a response to his childish twitter rants and accusations against … Read more
The second installment of Drake’s OVO Sound Radio show on Apple’s Beats 1 Radio happened today, and for the occasion he released three new records: “Charged Up”, “Hotline Bling” (a remix of D.R.A.M.’s “Cha Cha”), and “Right Hand.” “Charged Up” is believed to be Drake’s response to a US rapper named Meek Mill, the rapper who … Read more
Last weekend, Drake released three tracks during his Beats 1 Radio debut: his remix to Ramriddlz’s “Sweeterman,” his Roy Wood$ collaboration “Drama,” and his remix to Nigerian afrobeat superstar Wizkid’s “Ojuelegba” alongside UK’s Skepta. Few hours ago, UK grime heavyweight Skepta released the official remix of “Ojuelegba,” via SoundCloud. Hit the play button below to listen and vibe to the … Read more