50 Cent premieres is brand new single “My Life” with one of the song’s collaborators (Adam Levine) on NBC’s The Voice.
The Game taps Bone Thugs-N-Harmony for a remix of Celebration. On the original version, the Compton rapper sampled Bone’s “1st of tha Month”, so it was only right that a remix featuring the Cleveland group came about.
Rick Ross empowers his Maybach Music crew with a remix to G.O.O.D. Musicâ??s hit â??Clique.â?ť
Lil Wayne gets high and trips out in the music video for his latest single “No Worries” featuring Detail. In the Colin Tilley-directed clip, inspired by the 1998 movie Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, the young money MC goes nuts in the city of lights.
Young Jeezy gets right in his new music video, shot in his hometown of Mason, Georgia. In the visuals for the riot provoking track, Jeezy rides though the hood in his Rolls-Royce, hangs with his posse and shows his community love.
Jermaine Dupri premieres his new artist Fresco Kane with the music video for “Hot.” In the clip, featuring JD, the newcomer and St. Louis native rides around his city, showing off its sites and spits in from of the historic Gateway Arch.
Check out Snow Tha Product’s official music video for “Cookie Cutter Bitches,” a song lifted from her upcoming Good Nights & Bad Mornings mixtape, slated for release December 12th.
Dynasty may not be a well known name in underground Hip Hop, but she’s definitely on the come up. Check out her latest music video for the single “If You,” lifted from her The Love EP.
“Mobbin” is a new music video from Ox & Lexx9eleven ‘No RAP MONEY’ Mixtape. Directed by Beats On Film, MOBBING is an energetic, riot evoking, club banger.
Future is a rapper’s rapper, but his life experiences has helped him have a deep appreciation for all genres. Growing up in the Kirkwood section of Atlanta to a hustling family wasnâ??t easy, but he showed people how you can take a negative and make it into a positive.