When it comes to output and quality, few match what Smoke DZA and Curren$y have accomplished over the years. So it only makes sense that they team up for a project of their own with Prestige Worldwide releasing on November 29. The tandem serve up a video for their first song from the project “3 Minute Manual.”
The Ghost is back with a new album titled Presence and releases the first video from the project titled “Brand New.”
We hope you’re still playing Gang Starr’s One Of The Best Yet at ignorant levels. And while you do that, consume yourself with the visuals for “Bad Name.” With good ol’ Spice Adams dropping by and Guru’s son Keith Casim Elam cutting his hair on camera for the role of his late father, “Bad Name” is an absolute sentimental moment for fans of the legendary duo.
Fresh off of his new album The Diamond Report Big Shug drops his second video from the project in the form of the DJ Premier-produced “EMF” (which stands for Every Mother Fucker). It’s a certified banger.
Joell Ortiz drops a video from his Monday album for “Anxiety” that deals with the perils of battling mental health issues.
“Mental Health awareness is more than just a hashtag or a month of the year dedicated to its cause. It’s an everyday issue. Millions of us struggle with anxiety, depression, PTSD and many other forms of mental illness. I just want everyone to know that they should never feel ashamed or be afraid to ask for help. You’re not weak or crazy or a failure. You’re human. And humans aren’t perfect. We’re flawed and delicate. Speak to a therapist. Talk to a friend. Exercise. Diet. Meditate. Do whatever it takes. You’re worth it. Who knows… Your story may help someone else. Like me.” — Joell Ortiz
Estee Nack teams up with Superior and zones out on his production with “INFINITEBLACKMIND” while also dropping a set of visual for the joint.
The Step Brothers are back at it again! Evidence and Alchemist reunite for another for “Burnt Tree” and dish off a gritty visual.
You’ve heard the song all week with the NBA season beginning and now you get a matching set of visuals from the Dreamsville squad off of the Revenge of the Dreamers III project as J. Cole, J.I.D., Bas, Earthgang and Young Nudy go retro with “Down Bad.”
Smoke DZA, Pete Rock and Benny The Butcher just dropped the Statue of Limitations EP and the trio release the video for “7:30” that includes fellow Griselda member Westside Gunn.
Fresh off of Look What I Became, Conway cuts loose a video for the Alchemist produced “No Women, No Kids.”