After blessing us with the audio, MC Eiht grabs Conway the Machine and DJ Premier for the video to “Honcho.” Straight off of Eiht’s Lessons album dropping soon.
The cast from the Amazon Original movie “Get Duked!” try to pull a heist at the Run The Jewels crib and end up dealing with some complex issues from the duo and guest 2 Chainz. Check out the video for “Out of Sight.”
Dark Man X is back with a ton of fire and it’s great to see him connect with his Ruff Ryder brethren on The Lox’s “Bout Shit.” The video finds the collective blasting off with aggressive bars that remind us of an era where Yonkers was running things.
Nasty Nas delivered with his King’s Disease album produced entirely by Hit-Boy. To keep the momentum going, Nas drops the video for “Ultra Black” which serves as a visual love letter to pro-Blackness.
Nick Grant and TaeBeast quietly snuck out an incredibly dope collaborative project with the God Bless the Child EP. If it flew under your radar, take some time out and check out the video for “FEDS” and get familiar.
Pharrell and Jay-Z salute the Black men and women who are making moves in the business world with “Entrepreneur.” The video spotlights some names that you have heard of while others you may not. Support Black businesses!
Wais P and Statik Selektah collaborated for their Chinchilla album and the duo releases a video featuring the extended family as Termanology comes through and blesses “So Easy.”
Who knew Method Man was a fan of lacrosse? Well, now you know. And Mr. Meth is such a big fan that he ended up recording a song for the Premier Lacrosse League titled “Boom.”
R.A. The Rugged Man releases the fifth video from his stellar album All My Heroes Are Dead. “All Systems Go” is an upbeat jam but still finds R.A.’s baritone echoing off the production.
Stop-motion animation is front and center in Run The Jewels latest video for “Ju$t” that features Pharrell Williams and Zack de la Rocha.
Visual artist Winston Hacking took charge on the lyric video and had this to say:
“I worked closely with Run The Jewels to create a satirical time-capsule of 2020 thus far, capturing the sentiment of their song using collage animation. Drawing on the influence of Public Enemy’s classic ‘Shut ‘Em Down’ video, we combined cut up images from contemporary and historical events into a psychedelic protest vignette, a visual f**k you to systemic racism.”