Macklemore releases this joint from his solo album Gemini that features Dave B and Travis Thompson. Hit play on “Corner Store.”
No need to be serious all of the time, right? Rapsody has a little fun with the video for her Grammy nominated “Sassy.” The Laila’s Wisdom emcee has a house party and helps a friend get acquainted with the opposite sex.
Killer Mike and El-P hit the stage at Madison Square Garden and shit goes left in a hurry. Alien spaceships, giant spiders and abduction are just a few of the things that go down in the “Call Ticketron” video.
Some rappers go on the Funkmaster Flex show and handle themselves pretty well. But then there’s Black Thought. If there was any question regarding his legendary spot in the hip hop hierarchy, this 10 minute blackout session should alleviate your concerns.
Boogie continues his onslaught with the backing of Shady Records as he looks back on the tough times and focuses on the future with “Came Up.”
Vic Mensa takes his social activism to the rest of the world with the powerful video for “We Could Be Free.”
“I wanted to make a video to show solidarity with people struggling against oppression all over the world,” Vic says on the visual. “I took scenes from the military occupation of a village I visited in Palestine and juxtaposed them with racial violence in America to show how similar our struggles are and imagine a world without division.”
Although Skyzoo’s Peddler’s Themes has been out for some time, that hasn’t stopped the New York emcee from dropping videos. The latest is “Long Money” produced by Marc Nfinit.
Big K.R.I.T. drops by Sway In The Morning to discuss 4Eva Is A Mighty Long Time and at the 32:27 mark he proceeds to rip down the instrumental to Nas’ “The Message.”
To celebrate the release of his album 8, Statik Selektah drops the video for “But You Don’t Hear Me Though.” The Lox show up to bless the smoothed out cut while Statik can be seen with his daughter. Make sure you cop 8.
Kay Slay is far from finished as it appears he’ll release a video for every song on his album The Big Brother. This time, we get Freeway, Young Chris, Beanie Sigel and Tray Lee for the “Death, Murder & Mayhem” video.