New video for my favorite track (a surprise to no one) from T.I.’s latest, Trouble Man: Heavy Is The Head Get More: T.I., Hello ft. CeeLo Green, Music, More Music Videos
Hip-Hop purists, get your pitchforks ready! Get it? “Pitchforks”? Ahhhh, nevermind. Watch the video.
Easily the biggest Soca track of the year is Bunji Garlin‘s “Differentology”. You may not recognize it by name, but I promise you’ve heard it in either its original or some remixed form in the last few months.
UPDATED with the the NBC videos: Yeezy.
New work from Rav. P. Check the video for his “Rise & Fall” freestyle. Be on the lookout for his new single with Skyzoo, coming early next week.
New video and single from Holy Ghost! from their upcoming album, Dynamics. Can’t be the timing for a track called “Dumb Disco Ideas”. Holy Ghosts label, DFA said it best: dumb disco idea #1 – release brand new single called “dumb disco ideas” day after world gets new daft punk stream. twitter.com/dfarecords/sta… — DFA RECORDS (@dfarecords) May 14, 2013
Your favorite song from your favorite album finally gets its video as Kendrick Lamar takes us to church for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe”. As with everything Kendrick’s done so far (thankfully), the video isn’t as simple as first appearances may lead you to believe.
The White Mandingos are emcee Murs, Bad Brains founding member, Darryl Jenifer and Ego Trip‘s, Sacha Jenkins. “Mandingo Rally” is the 2nd single from their upcoming album, The Ghetto’s Tryna Kill Me, due June 11. “‘Mandingo Rally’ is a sonic rally organized by The White Mandingos (AKA Murs, Darryl Jenifer and Sacha Jenkins SHR). Inside of this rally, Cali rap killer Murs (AKA Tyrone White) drops Jewels for you to find. But once you find them, he snatches them right back. Because you have to earn these jewels. Murs rocks like a flamethrower atop a beat sicker than Leather Face. Breezy, Weezy, Jeezy, Cheezy–all of y’all best protect ya neck.”
Solange‘s latest project, True, still isn’t getting the attention it deserves. Shame. Her new video for “Locked In Closets” (prod. by Blood Orage) doubles as an ad for some kind of booze, but that’s OK. It’s a video with Solange in it, and that’s all that really matters.
New video for Pusha T’s “Numbers On The Boards”. I really expected this song to be “bigger” than it is. Maybe because I’m old and this song reminds me of the songs I used to put on homemade mixtapes in middle school. D’ahh well. You kids don’t know nothin’! Pusha T’s My Name Is My Name will be here July 16.