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Wednesday, February 3, 2016

Stormzy – One Take Freestyle

Stormzy was one of the biggest emcees out of the UK last year and he’s not looking to slow down any time soon. Not long after sitting down with Kevin Hart to rhyme off top, he returns with a video for his “One Take” freestyle. The London rapper takes on the original beat from Ghetts and Rude Kid, with a visual shot on the streets of Tokyo in Adidas tracksuits, as well as chilling in his robe at the hotel. Enjoy!

Denzel Curry – Flying Nimbus (feat. Lofty305)

Denzel Curry has had the buzz on his side for a few years with the release of his Nostalgic 64 and 32 Zel / Planet Shrooms projects. Now that it’s 2016, the Florida rapper is planning another big year ahead with his new project called Imperial on the way soon. Today he’s back with a new music video for “Flying Nimbus,” a trippy collaboration with Lofty305. In addition, you can check out dates for his 2055: The U.L.T Experience tour below with Allan Kingdom, J.K. The Reaper and Sdotbraddy. Enjoy!

Show Banga – Who The Hell

Bay Area’s Show Banga told us he was Currently Grinding last month through the release of his new EP, and it shows in the latest music video off the project. Comparing his winning streak to that of the Golden State Warriors’ earlier this year, Showty highlights his life on the road through various tour stops in the new music video for “Who The Hell,” the Dave-O produced slapper off the Currently Grinding EP. Enjoy!

Laura Mvula – Overcome (feat. Nile Rodgers)

Just last week, Laura Mvula shared her excellent new song called “Overcome,” featuring work from the great Nile Rodgers. Now, the Birmingham singer is back with a new music video for the track, courtesy of Alex Southam. A visual described by herself as what “joy feels like—eventually,” Laura plays the lead in a ceremonial, choreographed dance with some alluring outfits. Her new album The Dreaming Room is coming soon. Enjoy!

Tuesday, February 2, 2016

SonReal – Whoa Nilly

In promotion of his For The Town EP last year, Vancouver rapper SonReal released a number of videos that easily could have been top video of the year material. He brings us another candidate for this year with “Whoa Nilly,” the latest video in support of the aforementioned project. In the music video, directed by Peter Huang, SonReal takes us back to the old west where he stars a a gunslinger who arrives in town and looked upon to bring a little safeness to the area, but that doesn’t go so well. Enjoy!

Young Dro – Hustle Gang

Did you forget that Young Dro released his third studio album last September? If not, the Atlanta rapper is back today with a treat for you and it comes in form of a new music video for the latest single, “Hustle Gang.” Directed by Kennedy Rothchild, the music video for the Zaytoven produced track finds Dro reppin’ for his Hustle Gang clique while a bunch of thick females work out around him in various set ups. Enjoy!

Anne-Marie – Do It Right

Anne-Marie is barely breaking out into the music world, but she’s had some big placements in the past few months (most notably on Rudimental‘s last album). After a few solo joints, the London singer returns with what may be a potential buzz starter with “Do It Right.” For the video, she has her dash of fun with friends, much like we all should on a regular basis. Enjoy!

Breakbot – 2GOOD4ME

We haven’t heard much from Breakbot besides “Get Lost,” but that single was strong enough that it has made us want to check out more. “2GOOD4ME” caught out eye and the video is very intriguing, to say the least. It all starts with a girl getting ready for the day in Tijuana, except, she adopts the Japanese culture for the visual. She takes her brother to school, hangs out at the park with friends and even gets kicked out of a club for punching a dude in the face. The Japanese subtitles and Spanish dialogue will throw you off in the end, not to mention the fact she ends up singing the song in the bathroom randomly. The record by itself sounds dope, but the video makes it much more interesting. Enjoy!

BJ The Chicago Kid – Love Inside

After a little wait, BJ The Chicago Kid is finally putting out his new album In My Mind February 19th courtesy of Motown Records. To go with pre-order which just went up on iTunes at midnight, the singer is sharing the video for his new single “Love Inside,” which shows him expressing his feels in a straight-up R&B jam for the bedroom. The project contains 15 tracks with guest spots from Kendrick Lamar, Chance The Rapper, Big K.R.I.T. and more. Pre-order on iTunes now. Enjoy!

Monday, February 1, 2016

Pell – Almighty Dollar

Pell has already released videos for “CafĂ© Du Monde” and “Queso” from his second album LIMBO, released in November. Now, he’s teamed up with Mike Marasco to direct a video for the Dave Sitek-produced “Almighty Dollar.” With Pell up on the big screen, the clip features rows of people watching closely with their headphones on. Little do they know, Pell is actually performing in the same room as them. Enjoy!

Jacob Banks – Grace

From his The Monologue EP to working with Chase & Status, Jacob Banks has been a familiar face over the past few years. Today, he’s returning to his latest EP The Paradox (released back in July) with an official music video for “Grace.” Directed by Johnny Fonseca, the clip tell a dark story about how people view love and relationships; while some see it as genuine affection, others may see it as ownership. Enjoy!

B Smyth – Creep (feat. Young Thug)

B Smyth released his infectious song “Creep” last month with Young Thug as a featured guest and while we’ve been waiting for his long-awaited project, the Florida crooner is back today with the official music video for the Dun Deal produced R&B trap banger. Directed by Video God, Gabriel Hart, the artsy video features Smyth enjoying the accompaniment by a couple of lovely ladies while also showing off his dance moves as usual. Before linking up with Thugger Thugger, where things get a little trippy with some visual effects. No news on when Smyth will release his new solo project, but the single is available on iTunes now. Enjoy!

Krept & Konan – Falling

UK duo Krept & Konan have taken us to the streets and to the clubs/strip clubs with their previous singles, but their latest, “Falling” is more of a radio friendly track about love and all the problems it brings. They bring the single to life through an official music video release today and in the Jay Vertex and Gabriella Kingsley-directed clip, Krept and Konan invite us in to their personal lives, showing viewers what it’s like to balance their busy life in music and having a relationship at the same time. Their acclaimed debut album The Long Way Home is available now. Enjoy!

Sap – I’m Made

As he gets ready to release his Self Employed project, Sap follows his Hit-Boy, Mike Zombie and Hodgy Beats assisted single “Boom Bap” up with the second single from the forthcoming effort and he delivers it in visual form. “I’m Made” follows Sap back home to where it all started, surrounding himself with the folk of his town and shows them just how far he’s come and it’s all been without handouts. As well as letting them know he’ll never forget where he comes from on the boastful yet humbling record. Enjoy!