With the announcement that Joey Bada$$’ next album titled All-AmeriKKKan Bada$$ dropping on April 7, the Pro Era emcee releases the visuals for the politically charged “Land of the Free.”
Local-MU12 drop the Torae and Sadat X assisted visuals for “Never Had” from their compilation project Everyday People dropping on March 24th.
About a year ago, Smoke DZA connected with Harry Fraud for He Has Risen and to remind you of the dopeness of that project, DZA releases The Sopranos inspired visuals for “Badabing’s Theme.”
Milano Constantine drops the video to the title track of his recently released project. Here’s an explanation for what you are about to see from Milano himself.
The video starts with an intro scene (and song) that illustrates the concept of the record perfectly. People from the distant future, after a major world war collapse, discover Milano (half man, half machine). His internal computer is booted, and loads of scenes from his past life as youth growing up in Harlem during the 80’s and 90’s are discovered, as you will see in the video…
Termanology drops the video for the J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League produced “Looking Back.” The video finds Term coming to grips with depression and working on getting over the mental illness.
Killer Mike and El-P talk with Trevor Noah on The Daily Show about everything from smoking weed and staying woke to being snubbed at The Grammys and Meow the Jewels.
The unlikely pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy yielded some super dopeness. Now you get to see the two on camera in Los Angeles making their way to the “Purple Brick Road.”
We haven’t heard much from Brother Ali since 2012, but that all changes now. The superb emcee is on his way back and drops this simple video for “Pen To Paper” as he preps for what we expect to be a strong 2017.
Tito Montana and Dave East join forces go nuts over a dope Dick Gregory vocal sample on “Must Be Crazy.”
Young M.A. runs roughshod over the instrumental to Jay Z’s Dynasty album with the absolutely ferocious “Kween.”