Rockie Fresh has finally released the official visuals for his Rick Ross & Nipsey Hussle assisted “Life Long.” The video premiered on MTV Jams yesterday, and this isn’t a bad visual or song at all. Off Rockie Fresh latest project, Electric Highway from which you can cop here.
Check out the official video after the jump.
Originally called the “RichMix”, Future enlists some of raps usual remix features for his first single “Karate Chop”. Featuring Birdman, French Montana & Rick Ross, this record is one of my guilty pleasure type of records. Future’s sophomore album, Future Hendrix is set to be released later this year!
While this single gets plenty of spins over these parts, John Legend releases the official video for the Rick Ross assisted “Who Do We Think We Are.” Off his forthcoming studio album Love In The Future, dropping June 25th.
Purchase the single here. Check out the official video after the jump.
Back in February the the Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter released her latest EP, PS I Love You. One of my favorite records off the EP, receives a visual. Stacy Barthe teams up with Rick Ross for her latest video, “Hell Yeah.” We’re a couple of days late on posting the video, but nonetheless we love great soulful r&b music.
Grab the EP here, check out the official video after the jump!
As usual French Montana calls up some of his homies to remix his latest single “Freaks” with Nicki Minaj. Excuse My French dropping on May 21st. Features Rick Ross, Wale, Mavado & DJ Khaled.
The street single from Chinx Drugz got an all star remix from some heavy hitters and received a Spliff TV directed visual. French Montana, Rick Ross & Diddy all were featured on the record, and is indeed a repeat listen for me. Check out the official video after the jump. La Musica de Harry Fraud. Appearances from Cassie, DJ Khaled and more.
Off his latest mixtape Cocaine Riot 3, which you can cop here.
More new Rockie Fresh music, yessir! The kid will be dropping his official Birthday Tape later next week, and these past two days we’ve seen duel releases featuring label mate Gunplay, boss Rozay & known alliance to the camp Lunice. I wish I could still be in Florida cruisin’ on 275 rollin’ to that Gunplay record – produced by Dot Da Genius, that’s a banger. The different look on the “Panera Bread” joint is more than solid as well. Look out for that entire project dropping soon.
It’s that time of year again for DJ Khaled to align the heavyweights for a string of smash records, and as Drake promised in his interview with YN last week, the YMCMB x MMG x WTB mega circle drop the new anthem – get your hashtags ready, #NoNewFriends. Suffering From Success will be Khaled’s seven studio album, and the first single is filled with a catchy Drake hook, and verses from the “I’m On One” tandem.