City Girls and Cardi B dropped their video for “Twerk,” and as the name suggests you can bet that there was a lot of twerking going on. The video centered around a real twerk contest that the City Girls held while filming the video, and the winner was crowned at the end and given her
Meek Mill had a 2018 that he’ll likely never forget, as in the midst of becoming the face of criminal justice reform, he also dropped his fourth studio album Championships to both critical acclaim and commercial success. Now the Philly emcee is looking to start off the new year with the same momentum, as behind
Future is gearing up for the release of his forthcoming album, The WZRD, which will hit streaming platforms. Not long after announcing the title of the project and revealing the album art, Future dropped the second single and the accompanying Colin Tilley directed visual.
Nas’s latest album NASIR was one of the highly anticipated Kanye-produced projects that released last year. A part of a series of albums that featured just seven tracks, respectively, NASIR boasted a Slick Rick sampled song that touched on the reality of police violence and the state-sanctioned death of Black men and boys. Nas gave
Future has come through with the visual for “Crushed Up,” his first single off the ATL rapper’s seventh studio album. Future believes this project to be his most polished work to date. He told his fans, “I’m inspired, man. I’m so inspired. I got inspiration from everywhere. This is about to be my greatest album
Nipsey Hussle wrapped up his 2018 with one final victory lap (pun intended). The rapper released the music video for “Victory Lap” featuring Stacy Barthe. The video, helmed by Directed By Sergio, follows Hussle from the Crenshaw District to Tulum, Mexico.
Cardi B is probably the unanimous breakthrough artist of 2018, therefore, it’s only right that she ends the year in her own provocative style. Back in October, Cardi released her first single since her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, and now only days before Christmas, she’s released the stunning visuals that flaunt an unprecedented amount of
Meek Mill is becoming a prominent voice within the hip-hop community on issues of social and criminal justice. In his latest visual, Meek takes viewers through poverty-stricken streets where death and despair are everpresent. The video makes for a poignant commentary on social and economic conditions Meek is calling out throughout his latest musical output
Kodak Black dropped off Dying To Live, which featured the stream-trolling single “Gnarly,” featuring Lil Pump. Though Kodak went on record saying he essentially did the collaboration for the numbers alone, he clearly decided to go all out for the cause; today, he came through with a full-fledged music video, which finds Pump coming through for an in-the-flesh appearance.