Eminem’s video for “Good Guy” begins with Jessie Reyez digging herself out of a grave. The ensuing video explains exactly how she got there.
If you’ve been sleeping on V-Stylez, you had better wake the f*ck up. The Detroit emcee recently dropped a stellar album with “Thornton Melon” and dishes the video for the Pete Rock produced banger “Detropolis.”
J.I.D. dropped off a late entry in the album of the year conversation with DiCaprio 2. Jam packed full of dopeness, one of the standout tracks is his collaboration with J. Cole on “Off Deez.” And now we get the video where the Dreamsville duo gets busy.
Eminem felt the need to remind you that he can rap his face off. Slim Shady films this 11-minute freestyle titled “Kick Off” from The Shelter at St. Andrew’s in Detroit. As you can imagine, Eminem’s flow is ridiculous and he name drops a number of people and pop culture references. But what are your thoughts about the freestyle?
Apollo Brown and Joell Ortiz keep delivering videos just to remind you just how incredibly dope their collaborative album Mona Lisa is. This go around we get a set of visuals for “Grace of God.” Against the backdrop of projected videos from the crack era, Ortiz drops a host of introspective bars.
Benny The Butcher’s Tana Talk 3 has been garnering much critical acclaim since its release last week. If you’re not a believer, check out the video for the Alchemist produced cut “Broken Bottles” as Benny and his crew serves up menacing stares and bars upon bars.
Black Friday will see the release of Statik Selektah and Termanology’s Still 1982 album. To prep us for the drop, the duo head to Cuba and shoot the video for “Still” featuring Kendra Foster.
Termanology drops the video for “Lonely at the Top” from his Bad Decisions album. But the more important news to come today is that Termanology and Statik Selektah will join forces again for Still 1982 after the success of 1982 back in 2016. Even better is that the album drops on November 23rd. Right around the corner!
Jay Rock won’t let you forget that Redemption came out this year and drops the video for the lead song on the album “For What It’s Worth.”
You’re late if you haven’t listened to Masta Ace and Marco Polo’s excellent A Breukelen Story album. Photos, flyers and album covers make up the video that gives you a history lesson for the emcee and producer.