Travis Scott has released a new visual for “Stop Trying to Be God,” his Astroworld track featuring Stevie Wonder and James Blake. The video was directed by Dave Meyers (who’s helmed recent videos for Kendrick Lamar, Ariana Grande, Justin Timberlake).
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Almost two months after his horrific car crash, Love and Hip Hop star and rapper Lil Scrappy has returned to his roots releasing the first track off his upcoming EP. The visual for “They Don’t Love You” depicts his accident and the fight to get back to his family.
Drake’s already-viral video for his Scorpion track “In My Feelings” is full of celebrity cameos. The lively video, which came out Thursday night, is an homage to the #InMyFeelingsChallenge, showing numerous people doing the dance as the rapper strolls through the streets of New Orleans singing along to the ubiquitous tune.
New banger alert!!! DJ Tight New single alert. DJ Tight linked up with label-mate, Baby Soulja and eight-teen year old Keymah Reneé . He was able to capture an amazing sixteen from The City Girls’, J.T that rebirths and modernized the 1999 version of Trick Daddy & Trina’s song entitled, “NANN”! With a hint of hard knocking 8O8’s, DJ Tight is one his way to striking gold once again! I would say DJ Tight got another one, watch the official music video here.
Back in April, NBA Youngboy released a 13-track mixtape called Until Death Do Us Part, which featured guest appearances from Lil Baby, Birdman & Future. Today, the Baton Rouge rapper decides to revisit that very project and share a new video in its support for the song “Astronaut Kid.”
Just a few days ago, Lil Kim stopped by DJ Whoo Kid’s The Whoolywood Shuffle to promote her new single, talk possible collaborations and discuss her highly-anticipated fifth studio album. Today (Aug. 1), the Brooklyn-born rapper released the visual to accompany her summertime track, “Nasty One.”
Lil Uzi Vert has been getting a lot of questions about his actions and statements this year. As his 24th birthday just passed, he answered a major question of new music by following up on a pair of recent songs and debuting artwork for an upcoming Eternal Atake project. Naturally, though, there’s a lot to wonder after the announcement. The artwork for Eternal Atake is heavily taken from the logo of the Heaven’s Gate cult, including a co-opting of the group’s apparent slogan. “As was promised – the keys to Eternal Atake are here again in Luv and Rage (The UFO 2) as Lil Uzi Vert and his Father 2000 yrs. Ago,” the artwork says. It doesn’t seem like Uzi is suffering another Instagram hack.
Justin Bieber, DJ Khaled, Quavo and Chance the Rapper dropped another one Friday, “No Brainer.”