Young M.A. lets her hair down (literally) in the video for “Get This Money” off of her 2015 mixtape “Sleep Walkin.'” And there’s more than enough old school FILA in this video to make you think it’s 1995.
Dave East continues to burn down everything in sight as he joins R&B crooner Trey Songz for “93 Unleaded” off of the singer’s “Anticipation III” mixtape.
When Action Bronson isn’t acting, he’s doing something special with food. Whether cooking or eating it, Bronson is a food aficionado. Bam Bam dropped by Late Night With Seth Myers and showed off his cooking skills by demonstrating how to make a “loose” black truffle burger before making it rain with a white truffle for dessert.
Revolt TV takes us back to the 90s as Mary J. Blige, Faith Evans and Rashad Smith reminisce on the making of the remix to The Notorious B.I.G.’s “One More Chance.”
Before rapper Dave East inked a deal with Def Jam, he was a Division I scholarship hooper whose former AAU teammates included Kevin Durant and Michael Beasley. We got up with him in Harlem to discuss his playing days, what it was like to ball with a young KD and much more.
Dave East has shown absolutely no signs of slowing down as we get into 2017 and he drops the video for “30 Ni**az.”
Anderson .Paak dropped by Pharrell and Scott Verner’s Beats1 radio show OTHERtone to discuss a plethora of things that include working with Dr. Dre, Q-Tip and so much more. Check out the highlight video and then head to Apple Music for the full interview.
The legendary Masta Ace joins G. Dot and Born for the video to 2015’s “Ghetto Survivors.” Shot in their hood of Boston, G Dot, Born and (Brooklyn raised) Ace relate war stories and lessons learned growing up on the block.
While at Genius, Ab-Soul deciphers his verse on the Jay Electronica diss “Raw (Backwards)” from his album Do What Thou Wilt. Learn all about the buried jewels that Soulo placed delicately into the song.
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge keep the momentum going for their collaborative album Yes Lawd! by dropping the video for “Sidepiece.” Recorded live in the dungeon by Ross Harris, remixed visually by Ruff Mercy.