A year after Brother Ali and Evidence dropped Secrets & Escapes, the duo celebrate the anniversary of the album’s release with a video for “Greatest That Never Lived.”
More visuals from Busta Rhymes from his Extinction Level Event 2: The Wrath of God album. The buttery smooth collab with Rick Ross sees the duo flossing on the high ends of life with “Master Fard Muhammad.”
Busta Rhymes has always been known for epic videos and connects with Benny Boom for a set of visuals for the Rockwilder produced “Czar.” Alongside the Mash Out Posse, Busta takes his throne, swims with sharks, is surrounded by dancers, controls the elements and more. With cameos from Chris Rock, Michael Blackson and Spliff Starr, “Czar” is exactly what you’d expect from a Busta Rhymes video.
Shortly after dropping the first song from his upcoming Petestrumentals 3 album, Pete Rock releases a video for “Say It Again.” Pete and his band offer a breezy set of visuals that take place in the park and studio. Perfect for a smooth cut.
Run The Jewels reconnect with Adult Swim to get animated with the video for “Yankee and the Brave.” Killer Mike and El-P are on the run from robot cops and, as you can imagine, they make their escape.
Nas keeps rolling with videos from his stellar King’s Disease album. This time, the Queensbridge emcee is joined by Big Sean and Don Toliver on the Hit-Boy produced “Replace Me.”
D Smoke has been riding high for 2020 and drops a video for the song “Rapture.” It’s not known if this will be part of the follow up to Black Habits or simply a loose joint that will hold us down while he works on his next album.
Rasheed Campbell links up with Buckwild from the legendary D.I.T.C. for the upcoming collaborative album Saints & Sinners that is set to release on November 20. The duo hit us with a dosage of what they have cooking with the video for “Black Owned.”
Listen, Benny the Butcher and Hit-Boy dropped a bomb on the industry with their album Burden of Proof. With Hit-Boy furthering his status as COVID Hip Hop MVP, alongside Alchemist, Benny cements himself as a major player. Their video “Legend”
Are you still bumping Alfredo? You should be. And if you stopped, Alchemist and Freddie Gibbs send a visual reminder of the dopeness of that album with a video for “Babies & Fools” alongside Conway the Machine.