Kid Exquisite presents us with a new video leak for his track ‘Kid From Queens’. This will live on his upcoming project #YoungWildAndFree
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Last week Spitta released a More Saturday Night Car Tunes, today we receive a brand new visual aid for his Joey Fatts produced “Drug Prescription”.
Looking to continue his quick rise to relevance, ATL rep Zach Farlow provides high quality visuals for his new single “For Me,” which is currently available on iTunes. Equipped with a cameo from Young Thug, Farlow and his squad take it to Magic City where things get quite explicit. Watch the official flick after the break.
When all is peaceful and you are King, there will always be someone who wants your crown, in this new visual by Tray Pizzy, he gives out a lesson to what happens when you want his throne. “Oh No” serves as the 2nd Single off of “The Truman Show”
Coming right back after dropping “Coffee & Cigarettes” with Chavis Chandler, Michigan native JAY.B presents us with crispy optics for “Take It Home.” Produced by Talen Ted, this single will also find a home on JAY’s forthcoming LP Midnight Music. Watch the new optics after the break!
24-year-old Long Island rapper DEPO is fresh off the release of his new 8-track EP Never Be The Same, which came with features from the likes of MIMS, Jerry Robinson, Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Lem Payne Jr., as well as a few others. Today, DEPO wastes no time as he turns right back around with the unveiling of the official video for the title track. Check out the visuals for “Never Be The Same” below.
Big K.R.I.T. released the title track off his forthcoming album, Cadillactica last night. Tonight Krizzle returns with the official video for his Rico Love assisted first single “Pay Attention”. K.R.I.T. caters to the ladies with this record, and we’re not mad at all. His sophomore album is set to be released on November 11th.
Pre-order the album here.
Hailing from the Left Coast, David Cash has been dropping heat on us with singles like “Think I’ma Rob My Connect” featuring Young Thug and “Whatever Now” featuring crooner Eric Bellinger. Today the campaign marches forward as Cash links with Jay 305 for a joint called “Blowers.” Warning: this video might make you miss the summer more than you thought you did. Check it out below!