Torae takes us to school with the video for his Praise-produced song “Take Notes” and gives everyone a lesson in lyricism.
Dave East drops a set of visuals for his #EastMix flip of Lil Baby and Drake’s “Yes Indeed.”
The duo of Joell Ortiz and Apollo Brown release their third song from their upcoming Mona Lisa album titled “Reflections.”
“It’s a super relatable chill joint. Gotta have a card like this one in every deck,” Apollo Brown told AFH. “I’m pretty sure this was the first song we recorded, so it set an amazing tone for what was to come. Reminiscent thoughts, the feelings of today, and the idea of tomorrow… ain’t no more hungry nights.”
Emilio Rojas drops a video for “The Cost” that features adult film star Julie Kay as the duo demonstrate a dysfunctional relationship.
Roc Marci has joined forces with DJ Muggs for a new project titled KAOS dropping sooner than later. The duo drop a video for the smooth “Shit I’m On” to commemorate the announcement.
Eminem releases a set of visuals to accompany the closing song on his Kamizaze album, which also serves as the theme of the Venom film. Like the symbiote in the film, Eminem takes over the bodies of several people in the video.
Anderson Paak is getting set to drop his next album Oxnard soon and cuts loose this collaboration with Kendrick Lamar with the groovy “Tints.”
Nino Bless goes back to his Audio Trip 2 project to release a video for “Regeneration.”
“Neo Liberalism and obsessing over those who already got it trickled into Hip-Hip big time. Every major rapper has had to be cosigned by another one,” Nino says. “I don’t like any of these guys. I’m of the people to be honest because I’m just as flawed and all over the place as everyone of you. I could never sell myself as something you should become or as something to fascinate over.”
Jay Rock continues to keep the videos rolling from his exceptional Redemption album. This go around he has a little fun with a NSFW video for the Jeremih assisted “Tap Out.”