Estee Nack teams up with Superior and zones out on his production with “INFINITEBLACKMIND” while also dropping a set of visual for the joint.
The Step Brothers are back at it again! Evidence and Alchemist reunite for another for “Burnt Tree” and dish off a gritty visual.
You’ve heard the song all week with the NBA season beginning and now you get a matching set of visuals from the Dreamsville squad off of the Revenge of the Dreamers III project as J. Cole, J.I.D., Bas, Earthgang and Young Nudy go retro with “Down Bad.”
Smoke DZA, Pete Rock and Benny The Butcher just dropped the Statue of Limitations EP and the trio release the video for “7:30” that includes fellow Griselda member Westside Gunn.
Fresh off of Look What I Became, Conway cuts loose a video for the Alchemist produced “No Women, No Kids.”
YBN Cordae and Anderson .Paak take it back to the 70’s with the video for “RNP” that is full of Blaxploitation goodness as the duo are New York hustlers from 1975 making their mark.
Philly’s Dark Lo connects with Benny The Butcher for “Ripped Apart” from Dark’s recently released American Made album. The duo also set it off with a video for the song.
The Artist Formally Known as Sense stops by A Colors Show to perform “Good Morning Love” from his recently released album Let Love.
As part of Vevo Ctrl live sessions, Joell Ortiz blesses the stage with a live performance of “Captain” from his Monday album. Keep sleeping on this album if you want, but Ortiz has a banger.
Apollo Brown drops his 2nd song from his all-Detroit album Sincerely, Detroit with the video for “The Backbone” featuring rhymes from Guilty Simpson and Fat Ray and a hook courtesy of Melanie Rutherford.