What exactly is going on in Action Bronson’s video for “The Chairman’s Intent?” Well, there’s a fight with a guy on fire, hang gliding, clotheslining a motorcyclist and him ducking helicopter fire. That’s a lot packed into this nutty video. What we do know is that Bam Bam will finally drop Blue Chips 7000 on August 25th. Now, enjoy the wacky video and get ready for the full project.
In honor of the late Linkin Park frontman, Emilio Rojas delivers his own spin to the group’s hit single “Numb.”
“So many people deal with mental illness,” he said. “It’s a shame that it’s still such a taboo. If you, or anyone you love is struggling please take the time to make sure that they are okay. RIP Chester; prayers to your family, friends, and fans. You’ve given us all so much.”
The production squadron known as the Snowgoons team up with Banish, Conway and Recognize Ali to peddle “Solid Gold Guns” in their new video.
Back in 2015, producer Mr. Green released an album where he used the sounds from the streets in various places across the globe to create music. Everything from closing car doors to people beat boxing were used. It turned into a video series and one of the episodes was in Bogota, Columbia and had a guest appearance from Sean Price as he rocks over what Green concocted in Columbia. It was filmed shortly before he passed and has been vaulted until now. Check it out.
Jay-Z releases another video from his acclaimed 4:44 album. This time, Hov heads to Jamaica with Damian Marley for “Bam.”
Rapsody keeps them coming as the Jamla emcee releases a video for “The Point” featuring Hiatus Kaiyote. Rap takes to the rooftop to kick the ballistics.
Everybody likes Chipotle, right? Well, even if you don’t, you may find this commercial featuring the RZA putting together the ingredients to be quite entertaining. Using ingredients to make his beat like his burrito, RZA helps Chipotle deliver “Savor.Ways.” It’s not as corny as you thought it would be.
Conway and Meyhem Lauren take the the breezy Moroccan Waters for their latest collaboration.
It’s still hard to believe that Sean Price is gone. But on the two year anniversary of his death (August 8), Duck Down will release his posthumous album, Imperious Rex. With the announcement comes an animated video of the title track where he goes gorilla on 5-0.
After delivering the brilliant song about how we deal with pain in the community, Rapsody drops off a video for the Nottz produced single.