There aren’t too many more words that can be said about Nipsey Hussle and his impact on the culture before his untimely departure. One of the final videos he shot before his death finds Neighborhood Nip alongside John Legend on the gospel-inspired “Higher” from DJ Khaled’s album Father of Asahad.
If you haven’t listened to Bun B and Statik Selektah’s TrillStatik project yet, you are really missing out. After dishing off the video for “I Know” Bun connects with fellow Texans Propain and Killa Kyleon in the video for “TBA (Texas Bar Association).”
Before Nas and Mary J Blige hit the road, the duo team up for “Thriving” to remind you of what this duo can do together after more than two decades in the game. Hit play and look for them to hit a city near you.
Method Man revisits his Meth Lab II: The Lithium album with a video for “Drunk Tunes.” With Noreaga and Joe Young by his side, Mr. Meth laments about those times when drinking too much is simply a bad idea.
Bun B and Statik Selektah dropped a gem on our heads with the TrillStatik album last week and the duo team up with the vocal stylings of Haile Supreme for this groovy jewel titled “I Know.” If you haven’t already, scoop up the album now.
J.I.D. is taken prisoner in the video for “151 Rum” from his excellent DiCaprio 2 project that dropped last year. The Dreamville emcee is tortured and held hostage by someone who attempts to force him to make music.
Slim One drops the video for “Lay You Down” alongside Termanology, Nems and Flee Lord. Everyone drops vicious bars over a gutter production that dares all naysayers to run up on them.
Benny The Butcher keeps things rolling from Tana Talk 3 and drops a video for “Scarface Vs. Sosa Pt. 2.” Benny rocks over the Daringer produced cut and reminds you that everything is like drug dealing.
Slick Rick pounces on Drake and French Montana’s “No Stylist” and blesses it with words of wisdom from Ricky The Ruler.
Papoose and Casanova take the concept of bodying a track literally in the video for “Shooter.”