Inspectah Deck recently released a new album titled Chamber #9 and we get a new video from the Wu Tang member in the form of “Game Don’t Change.” Deck plays the role of an assassin from the future looking to take out his targets, which happen to be purveyors of wackness.
Common rolls up in a convenience store with Vince Staples behind the counter and finds himself in the middle of a robbery. What does he do? Find out in the video for “Hercules” featuring Swizz Beats from Common’s upcoming album Let Love.
Fresh off their collaborative project Box Talk, Joell Ortiz and Salaam Remi cut loose a video for “Keep’n On” as their second set of visuals off the EP.
Ras Kass is closing in on the release of Soul On Ice 2 and applies his lauded verbal gymnastics over a DJ Green Lantern production with “F.L.Y. (F*ck Last Year).”
“F.L.Y. is actually my ode to Prince’s 1999. It’s a Hip-Hop New Year’s song,” Kass told AFH. “The triple-entendre being it’s an acronym for ‘F*ck Last Year’ and ‘FLY,’ as in ‘time flies why you’re having fun.’ Also, in the Hip-Hop lifestyle, you want to dress and act ‘fly.’ It’s wavy.”
Ghostface is preparing to drop yet another album this year with Ghostface’s Killah later this Summer and the Wu-Tang member drops a video for “Conditioning.” Ghost and his crew prepare to pull of a heist in the video directed by Rock Davis.
The Chocolate Boy Wonder drops a short film for this project that dropped earlier this year Return of the SP1200. To put a fresh coat of paint on the album, Pete Rock releases a short film titled “Shots Fired.” Soundtracked by Pete Rock’s album, “Shots Fired” deals with a young MAGA supporter who switches up when it comes time for him to show up at his high school’s talent show.
Logic drops another video from his Confessions of a Dangerous Mind album with the Eminem-featured “Homicide.” With Slim Shady unable to make it to the video shoot, Logic employs a pair of body doubles (Squints from The Sandlot and Chris D’Elia) to step in. The results are interesting, to say the least.
Chris Rivers lost his father when he was just a 5-year-old who had no idea how much of an impact that Christopher Rios had made on the hip hop community. But he’s followed in his late father’s footsteps and established himself as an emcee. The son of Big Pun pays homage to his father on “Sincerely Me.”
The Ruler is back! And he’s not back with just one video, but a double dose. Slick Rick hits the boardroom to tell sucka label execs that he “Can’t Dance To A Track That Ain’t Got No Soul” and then retreats to a room as Kida the Great gets busy to “Midas Touch.”
Bun B and Statik Selektah are still rolling out videos from their collaborative project TRILLSTATIK and now we get the visuals for “Concrete” that features Termanology and Westside Gunn. Bun and Gunn shoot their segment in Houston while Statik and Term rock the concert in Brooklyn.