The rap game’s Ryan Gosling, D-WHY has received a great amount of support for the latest video and first single off his Young, Loved, Hated & Broke EP. The kid is getting set to hit the road on his 22+ city tour, properly titled after the EP, beginning on May 24th. Another dope Jakob Owens visual, take a look after the jump.
Archive for Official Videos
Great visual work by KCP on this joint right here – Sweetz P drops his newest video off his last mixtape, #Liferrrs: Guide to Total F**king Awesomeness. Video after the break.
Let me tell you again – R&B is absolutely on the come-around. Some new music from Gallant pleases my ears this afternoon with some smooth vibes coming to life off his debut EP, Zebra. Don’t take my word for it, just see for yourself – video after the break.
To celebrate his birthday today, super producer/rapper Hit-Boy releases the official video for the 2 Chainz featured “Fan.” I’m still not a fan of this version only because I prefer the original. Be on the lookout for Hit-Boy’s debut studio album to be released sometime this year via Interscope Records.
Check out the official video after the jump.
After Junie posted the behind the scenes footage, earlier tonight T.I. debuted his brand new video “Wit Me” featuring Lil Wayne. The Lil C produced record doesn’t grasp me into the mp3 format, but the visuals are making up for it. Do remember, their “America’s Most Wanted’ nationwide tour starts this summer, which begins July 9th, 2013 and runs until September 1st 2013. Clifford and Dwayne make a great collab.
Check out the official video after jump. Purchase the single here.
Although we’ve hardly posted any Action Bronson music on the site, doesn’t mean we don’t listen to his tunes. This happens to be one of my favorite joints out right now. Today, the 2013 XXL Freshman has released visuals for his latest single “Strictly 4 My Jeeps.” Featuring Riff Raff in the video, cruise the streets with Mr. Bronson. Off his forthcoming album, Saab Stories which is a collaborative effort with producer Harry Fraud set to be released in June.
Directed by Jason Goldwatch. Video after the jump.
The homie Chance Fischer shot over (a while ago, mb g) his video for his track, ‘The Intent’, which you could find on his recent EP “The Preview: So Soleful.” But before we get to that, check out the dope artwork for his upcoming album, dropping this summer entitled ‘Wreath’.
Chance Fischer paired up with Rob Roby of S.O.U.L. Live Media – an acronym meaning “Saving Our Universal Language” – to create the video for “The Intent.” The soulful record produced by Yung Yankee served as the lead single from Chance’s Sneaker Bar VA sponsored EP “The Preview: So Soleful.”
The video finds Chance at the grand entrance of a cathedral adorned in his signature laurel wreath. Music as redemption has been a consistent theme throughout his work, and “The Intent” demonstrates a monolithic Chance giving his “testimony” on the church’s steps. Reflections of Richmond’s Confederate history are flashed in the video detailing a deeper meaning behind what “making it” from the Capital City entails.
Pookie on relapse dope. Check it out in my bookbag.