From Talib Kweli’s Radio Silence comes the video for the Jay Electronica and Yummy Bingham featured “All of Us.” Directed by Yassin ‘Narcy’ Alsalman, the video tells the tragic story of a Black man and his son’s experiences with police brutality.
Premiering today is a new animated video for “Go Get The Dank” which features Chicago wordsmith Verbal Kent (Ugly Heroes) and Spanish-German beat maker Superior with guest verses from Vic Spencer and Sonnyjim. “Go Get The Dank” is taken from the new full-length collaboration between Verbal Kent and Superior, Half My Life which is available in vinyl, CD and digital versions via Below System Records (JR & PH7, Pearl Gates).
Buy “Half My Life” by Verbal Kent & Superior CD/Vinyl/Digital here.
The diabolical rhymes of KXNG Crooked and his brothers, the Horseshoe Gang, are on the run from the Hip Hop Police in the video for “Back On Our Shit.”
The fourth video from Benny and 38 Spesh’s collaborative album “Shot & Stabbed” comes in the form of the grimy “Thruway Music.”
Freddie Foxx has linked up with Nottz for a project titled Pop Duke dropping later this year and good ol’ Bumpy Knuckles delivers us the first video titled “Grumpy Old Man.”
Chuck Strangers and Joey Bada$$ move around New York as they flex their collaboration off Chuck’s Consumers Park album.
Mickey Factz is the next up to bat to freestyle with Funkmaster Flex. Factz takes on “Nas Is Like” for over eight minutes. Worth your time.
Masta Ace’s catalog is one of the most underrated in all of hip hop. So when he takes to NPR’s Tiny Desk Concert series to perform some classics with a live band, it’s a reminder that he’s worth his weight in the rap game.
The Zombies head to the Funkmaster Flex show to showcase their lyrical ability over “Oochie Wally,” “Simon Says” and “Dipset Anthem” instrumentals.
With his mixtape “Venom” out now, U-God drops the video for “Epicenter” featuring Inspectah Deck, Raekwon and Jackpot Scotty Wotty.
“We went wild with our imaginations to make a video that had no creative boundaries,” U-God told Rolling Stone. “I believe it ranks up there with some of the CLAN’s early videos which were so cutting edge and push the envelope to the max.”