To kick of the box office release of We Are Your Friends, starring Zac Efron & Emily Ratajkowski, one of the lead singles from the soundtrack receives a complementing lyric visual. “BlackOut” is a single released back in May by DJ Felli Fel’s new DJ camp, which go by the name of The Americanos. The newly founded group, comprised of Lex Larson, Louie Rubio, and Felli, then enlisted Lil Jon, Juicy J & Tyga to launch their sound with a high energy single.
Tiara Thomas comes through with the visuals for a track off of her recently released EP, Up In Smoke!
Chase N. Cashe explains how the after effects of Hurricane Katrina have contributed to his “Anti-Social” ways. He touches on why he moves how he moves and why he feels how he feels. This self produced track is sure to strike your introspective side. Preparing for his upcoming release “The Heir Up There 2″ in October Chase is sure to get his point across clearly.
Cincinnatti up start Yung Double drops off the official visual for “Geeky,” which is the follow up to his Gucci Mane Featured single “Scale.”
MistaRogers revisits his DJ Drama-hosted mixtape to visualize “I Know.” Dying To Live is available via DatPiff.
Minnesota native DB Tha Rasta reps his indie GMA Entertainment imprint with the visual for “Hate On Me,” produced by Canadian beatsmith Blasian Beats. Directed by Dontell Antonio. Additionally, you will find the stream for DB’s recently released “Did Dat” featuring Boosie Badazz.
Macklemore and Ryan Lewis have been on quite the hiatus and now they return with this new video titled “Downtown”. They linked up with Grandmaster Caz, Kool Moe Dee, and Melle Mel for this new single. Check it out above.
I recently came across this dope track/video from Nitro titled “10s”. He speaks on the Eric Garner situation among other topics. Check it out above!
Today I am bringing you the newest video from Treated Crew member Saint Millie and upcoming artist Navvi, from Chicago. The two link up on an ambient track title “Sippin and Smokin” and they deliver on visual quality and a great sound to cap off the summer.
Fidel Cash is an aspiring rapper born and raised straight out of San Francisco’s Hunters Point district. Today he slides thru with his new track and visual, “Love Is Overrated.”