Bay Area Queen, Kamaiyah, has been on a goddamn hot streak for the entirety of 2016. To end off her year, she releases the super chill set of visuals for her song Freaky Freaks (one of my personal favorites off her latest mixtape). Check it out above!
Grime’s finest, Section Boyz & Chip, link up for a super dope collab for their joint, In My Section.
We’re simple people, we see a new Future video? We post it! Click play on Future Hendrix’s new video for Buy Love.
Lil’ B The Based God teams up with super producer Metro Boomin for the first taste of Lil B’s upcoming mixtape, Black Ken. Honestly, if you’re one of those “I only listen to conscious rap” ass fans, hop off this page immediately. We post everything, and you cannot sit here and deny Lil B’s influence …
Bronx’s new golden child, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, taps into his TBA EP from earlier this year to bring his fans the music video for Macaroni.
One of my favorite tracks off Travis Scott‘s latest album Birds In The Trap Sing McKinght, gets the visual treatment.
Rapper/Comedian extraordinaire, Cashier Fresh, finally drops his highly anticipated music video for his track, WATCHOUT/FOREIGN.
Take a wild guess, how many rounds do you think 21 Savage‘s gun holds?
Slim Jxmmi and Swae Lee put out their latest music video for Now That I Know, off their sophomore album, Sremmlife 2. That falsetto Swae Lee hits at the end of the song gets me every time yo!
Rising R&B/Pop superstar, Alessia Cara, unleashes the super dope set of visuals for her latest single Seventeen, off her debut album.