Royce 5’9″ drops the video for one of the most personal songs of his career with “Cocaine.” The visual treatment tells the true story of Royce’s father as he deals with addiction and decides to choose his family over the white powder.
Young M.A. knows that everyone is waiting on her next project. In order to hold us over, she blesses the instrumental to The Clipse’s “Grindin” with “Bake Freestyle.” As always, once she gets rolling it gets ridiculous.
With Everything’s For Sale around the corner, Boogie drops by Sway in the Morning to discuss the waiting game and what he’s been up to. At the 25:00 mark, Boogie freestyles over Kendrick Lamar’s “Sing About Me.”
Papoose drops the first single from his upcoming album Underrated. “The Golden Child” finds Papoose and his wife, Remy Ma, celebrating the birth of their baby girl.
“This isn’t your typical song,” Papoose posted on Instagram about the song and video that gives fans a look at the Mackie’s baby shower. “This is genuine love, admiration, and happiness for our unborn. Those doctors said it wasn’t possible. No prison wall, miscarriage, or anything can stop us now!”
A Premier Wuz Here exclusive, Thirstin Howl The 3rd channels the epic kung-fu vibes of the Shaw Brothers with an 8-minute video titled “Legend of Lo Palm.” The set of visuals directed by Thirstin nods and winks at kung-fu classics including Five Deadly Venoms and 36th Chamber of Shaolin. The film shows Thirstin — under the alias General Lo –defending his book of holy scriptures on money, hoes and clothes from off-brand clans out to seize it.
Portraying one ofthose rivals is long-time Thirstin crimey/emcee Master Fuol (MTV’s The Lyricist Lounge Show) who recreate their classic duo joint “Thirsty Greedy” while trading blows.
R.A. The Rugged Man goes full Western with the video for a new song titled “The Return.”
Griselda Gang continues to deliver nothing but heat as Conway shreds up a video for “Fentanyl” from his EiF 2: Eat What U Kill project.
It’s been intriguing to watch Stro’s growth as an emcee in real time. The Mass Appeal emcee opens his 2019 campaign with the video for “Waters.”
For whatever reason, Nas decided to drop a video for each song from his NASIR album. The next video comes in the form of The-Dream and Kanye West-assisted “Everything.”
Nas blesses us with another set of visuals for the Kanye West-produced “Adam & Eve” from his NASIR project released last summer.