The RapFest returns with the much anticipated follow up episode featuring Gunplay of Maybach Music Group, Chris Webby and UpNext Artist Nyck Caution. Florida’s Audio Jones gets his time to shine as he provides the production backdrop for Series 2. The three lyricists give it their all and leave nothing to chance.
August Alsina revisits his debut album “Testimony” as he liberates the official visual for his ‘No Love’ remix which features Nicki Minaj. Video was directed by Benny Boom and Nicki Minaj is responsible for the treatment.
Such a quick turn around with these MMG boys. First Ross gave us the record about an hour ago and now he comes down the BLVD with the visual. Hood Billionaire coming soon!
Seen It All is in stores now.
Makarel (the younger brother to Jae Millz) links up with Harlem natives Dave East and Dark ATM to liberate the official visual for ‘Puttin That Work In’.
Metro Boomin & Rich Homie Quan link up to shoot the official video for ‘Too Short’ and we got some exclusive behind the scenes footage of the Cam Kirk directed video.
Trae gets a visual treatment to his “Hot Nigga” freestyle. Banned on the way.
D-Mac makes his return today as he liberates a new visual for ‘Mind State’ which can be found off his “Dear Destiny” mix tape. D-Mac floats over this soulful sampled beat as he takes you on a ride through his city in his ‘Mind State’.
Shareef Keyes has released his second music video from his #ElectronicFoxEP and this time he delivers ‘On Air’. Conceptually, the flick has a very personal vibe, and creatively pushes forward the idea by using a Go-Pro camera to share the crooner’s perspective with viewers.