Straight out of New Jersey all the way to Kampala, Uganda, Mazzi and S.O.U.L. Purpose prepare to take us on another journey. They are readying their new EP Digital Diggin’ 3Minus1, so to kick things off we receive the official video for “Our Sand.”
Jay Bel supplies us with a nice set ofvisuals for his trending single “Kate.” Jay showed us his artistry on this new track and with the addition of the visuals the Brooklyn artist has a great release on his hands. Check it out.
L.A. was turnt up last night as The Game threw a special one off concert to celebrate his classic 2005 LP The Documentary turning ten years old. Many faces were in attendance and certain names such as O.T. Genasis, Tyga, Marsha Ambrosius and loads more joined Game on stage, most notably though was Dr. Dre and Kendrick Lamar who were both greeted by tremendous applauds from the crowd. Highlights of the night can be found below.
Coming off their A Place Like This project OVO duo Majid Jordan deliver a visual for ‘Forever’. The project was slept on and the quality of content is also portrayed in this video. Watch below.
Madison Jay delivers the 1st set of visuals from his ‘Trapped In The 90′s II’ mixtape with a Pete Rock instrumental titled track “I Drop Jewelz”. Lava Izzo once again hops behind the lens for another visual. Plus bonus footage of Madison free styling for MMG artist Stalley.
The homie Breeze Mantana is back with a quick 16 bars to exercise his lyrical muscles. Utilizing a very jazzy instrumental for “Gobstopper” (which is produced by J-Dilla), Breeze provides us with “No Bronze Medals”, as a appetizer for his forthcoming project American Greed: The Sweetest Revenge Project.
Dir, J. Stukes. Visuals after the break.
Bronzon gives us a new music video for “Take You For A Ride.” Check it out as the New Jersey talent gives us a great track.
Trill Entertainment’s Lil Trill released his latest mixtape Zero Tolerance on New Year’s Eve and it came packed with appearance from the likes of Boosie Badazz, Rich The Kid, Webbie, K.E. On The Track, and more. Resurfacing less than three weeks later, Lil Trill unloads the high-defiition visuals for his J Reid-produced single “Last One.”