The PBS three-part series American Epic about the early days of sound recordings will debut on May 16th. In advance of that is a snippet of the series, which finds Nas and Jack White covering the Memphis Jug Band’s “On The Road Again” as Nas also gives some insight on this era of music.
After featuring Jadakiss on “NYC,” Faith Evans brings the other 2/3 of The Lox together with vocals from the late Notorious B.I.G. on the Just Blaze produced “Take Me There.”
Azwun, Kraze and DJ Enyoutee, better known as Alpha Faktion, are chased through New York in the video for the Marco Polo produced “System Shutdown.”
If you haven’t heard Reks’ The Greatest X by now, the Massachusetts emcee is going to continue dropping joints from that album until you give in and finally bump it. The visuals for “Impression, Sunrise” find Reks in Budapest delivering that fire.
Dave East drops a video for his #EastMix version to Drake’s “Free Smoke.”
After dropping the audio, MC Eiht comes right back with the video for the DJ Premier and WC collaboration “Represent Like This” as it’s all West Coast everything with appearances from the likes of Kurupt and KXNG Crooked.
It may be a year old but Conway’s “Cooked In Hell’s Kitchen” still knocks. And now we get a gritty set of visuals to coincide with the Daringer produced banger.
Not too long ago, Joey Bada$$ joined forces with the NBA and Mountain Dew for The Courtside Project. The song to come out of that collaboration was “Victory” and now that we’re knee deep into the playoffs, the song gets a neon influenced video.
Anderson .Paak and Knxwledge take to the rooftops of Rome for a colorful performance of their song “Get Bigger.”
DJ Boogie Blind is the next DJ up to bat for Funkmaster Flex’s #5MinutesOfFunk. But forget the five minute rule, Boogie Blind goes nuts for 15 minutes.