Nelly (@Nelly_MO) pulls up the scene with his ceiling missing in this joy ride visual directed by Ethan Lader. The St. Lunatic plays a lowly car mechanic who wins over an uppity beauty who rides shotgun out in the deserts. Nelly’s 7th album M.O. sometime later this year.
Roc Nation’s songstress Bridget Kelly (@TheyCallMeBK) sits down in a studio for Rap-Up Session, to perform soothing acoustic ballads of some her favorite songs including a cover of Kings Of Leon’s “Use Somebody”. Watch Bridget croon these tunes below.
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Jhené Aiko (@JheneAiko) sits fire side with friends for a enchanting visual blended with footage of her performances and other reel from her whimsical life. Watch the Topshelf directed video below. Jhené’s debut album Souled Out is coming later this year.
Kendrick Lamar recently put out an official video for his Drake assisted single, Poetic Justice. The Janet Jackson sampled song didn’t get the cameo from the singer that K. Dot had hoped for but he talks to Miss Info about the concept of the visual and how Brittany Sky ended up as the leading lady.
There goes the neighborhood. The young brooklynite Joey Bada$$ has been making quite the name for himself and now looks to extend his resume into the business side of things. In an recent interview with FUSE TV, the Pro-Era capo revealed that he’s acting as the Creative Director (see Swizz Beatz, Pharrell etc.) for Mark…
Lil Durk (@LilDurk_) getting ghost like Pac Man in this new visual for a track off his Life Ain’t No Joke mixtape. Watch the official video below.
GOOD Kid, Rant City. Kanye’s tangent tour continues to Amsterdam as he took stage at the Heineken Music Hall to kinda perform and get some things off his chest. This time, Yeezy decided to take issue with “brands” and creativity, or lack there of. I wonder what show Taylor Swift is planning to pop out…
If you’ve been under a rock the last month or so, you might not understand why Diddy speaking on this is significant. For those of you who are in the know, Diddy, the originator of the real Harlem Shake spoke to MTV about the Harlem Fake Shake phenomenon started by producer, Baauer. “It’s fun; it’s…
Just days after Kanye West rants went viral, Lupe Fiasco follows suit with his fellow Chicago brethren by going off on a tangent of his own. No, Lupe didn’t tell the GRAMMYs to give him fellatio but he did soapbox about the corporations, radio and violence in the community. Watch his spiel below.
MED and BLU put together a joy ride visual aid with the help of Paul Delmont, for their collaborative track which appeared on The Burgundy EP. Produced by Madlib. Watch the official video below.