Diddy returns as Puff Daddy (@IamDiddy @rickyrozay @frenchmontana) with the official visual for “Big Homie” after a rough draft of the video leaked and some inexplicable promo trailers followed suit. In any case, here’s the street single from Diddy’s forthcoming album MMM. Watch below.
Rico Love (@iamricolove) was the musical guest on The Queen Latifah Show. The singer/songwriter and producer brought along back up singers and a live band for a on stage rendition of “They Don’t Know”. Watch below.
Rita Ora (@RitaOra), after releasing the single earlier today, comes right back with a new video for the track. Under the direction of Francesco Carrozzini, Rita and producer Calvin Harris rock out to the uptempo tune.
G.O.O.D. Musics CyHi The Prynce (@CyhiThePrynce) drops off yet another video from his recent mixtape, Black Hystori Project, this time for his standout track, “3:16.” Take a look at the video after the break, directed by Dontell Antonio.
Sam Smith (@samsmithworld) was the musical guest on this weekend’s new episode of SNL, hosted by Louis CK. The British crooner delivered a soul shifting live rendition of “Money On My Mind” and even cued up a new single “Stay With Me”, which will appear on his debut album The Lonely Hour. Watch the footage…
PTAF (@ptafmusic) aka Pretty Taking All Fades launches the official visual for their popularized street single which landed them a deal after Nicki Minaj decided to reemerge from the depths with a verse on “Boss Ass Bitch”. Directed by Chris Robinson’s Robot Films. Watch below.
Drake (@Drake) & The Weeknd (@TheWeeknd) closed out their Would You Like A Tour tour in London a couple nights back and today we finally get some official footage of the two of them performing together. Watch below as the pair perform their Take Care collabo “The Crew”.
@chinxmusic @youngthugworld @shad_Dagod get the last laugh but there money’s never funny in the visual for “Laugh”. Directed by Cricket. Watch below.
Nas (@nas) and @MichaelEDyson sat down together at Georgetown University for a healthy dialogue surrounding the culture of Hip-Hop. Dyson penned the book “Born To Use Mics” which explores Nas and the classic rap album illmatic, which is celebrating it’s 20th birthday next month.
Watch the 80 minute segment below.