Torch (@TorchMMG @GunplayMMG) connects with Gunplay on this new joint “Not Neva” from his forthcoming “Remember When” EP. Listen below.
One of Drake’s special guest for the closing day of OVO Fest was none other than the legendary Lauryn Hill. L Boogie performed classics from her catalog like “Fu-Gee-La” and even sung background for Drake as he performed “Draft Day”. Watch below.
Azealia Banks (@azealiabanks) is making the most of her free agency by rolling out a visual aid for “Heavy Metal And Reflective”, full of hijinks that may or may not involve a kidnapping. Watch below.
Bandit Gang Marco (@loveoohyie @kevin_gates @youngthug) rounds up Young Thug and Kevin Gates for the remix to his club smash “Nasty”. The end result is all types of ratchetness only suitable for nights out aided by low quality molly and Hennessy. That’s a good thing, by the way. Take a listen below:
Rich The Kid and MIGOS (@IAmRichTheKid @MIGOSATL) converge for this offering “Goin Crazy” which will appear on Quality Control 2: Quality Over Quality and Rich The Kid’s solo mixtape “Feels Good 2 Be Rich”.
Lil Durk (@lildurk_ @gucci1017) collides with the caged bird Gucci Mane for this official remix to “War Wit Us”. Durk originally released this on “Signed To The Streets 2” mixtape but snagged a verse from La Flare to turn things up a notch. Listen below.
DOM KENNEDY (@dopeitsdom) contributes to the summer with this visual aid for “After School, taken from his last album “Get Home Safely”. Dominic commissions Brandon Lee Stratton to direct this clip centered around his days as a student in Leimert Park. Watch below.
Freddie Gibbs (@FreddieGibbs @Madlib) and Madlib drop the video for “Harold’s” from their Piñata album. The track is an ode to Harold’s Chicken in Chicago. Take a look at the video below:
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Cash Out (@TheRealCashOut @Shanell_SnL) and Shanell link up for the new leak “She Wanna Ride”. The track is a pre-order single for Cash Out’s new LP, Let’s Get It. The dark, moody production compliments Cash Out’s drugged-out delivery. Take a listen below:
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