1/2 of M.O.P. drops a video for the single “Halle Berry” from the 6Pack project dropping on March 8th.
As we await a formal release date for J. Cole and his Dreamville posse’s Revenge of the Dreamers 3, the Carolina emcee dishes off a video for “Middle Child.”
Smif N Wessun’s The ALL is finally here and is certainly worth the wait. As the album hits all streaming platforms, the duo drop a video for “Stahfallah.”
With Boogie’s exceptional Everything’s For Sale still in heavy rotation, the Cali emcee drops a video featuring his Shady Records boss with “Rainy Days.” Boogie and Eminem drop bars as they both deal with the dark clouds that follow them.
Seven weeks in and KXNG Crooked hasn’t lost any steam. The Cali rhymeslinger continues to destroy reinterpreted instrumentals of familiar songs and “Bar’d Up” finds Crooked catching a body over a revamped version of Naughty By Nature’s “Uptown Anthem.”
Conway continues to drop videos from his EiF 2: Eat What You Kill project. This time around it’s the New Jack City influence of “G Money On The Roof” featuring Flee Lord where it is all about a woman coming in between the crew.
DJ Kay Slay drops a set of visuals for “24 Hours.” With verses from Papoose, Bun B and Saigon, the posse cut gets it right with “Meet Sims” on the hook.
Conway the Machine will drop his major label debut later this year. But first, the Griselda Gang member revisits EiF 2: Eat What U Kill and drops a video for the Alchemist-produced banger “Overdose.”
From Statik Selektah and Termanology’s Still 1982 project comes the video for “It’s On You” featuring Fame of M.O.P. and vocals from Haile Supreme.
AZ has heard the suggestions that he lacks work ethic and ability to send a reminder that he has always been able to kill it. Connecting with DJ Doo Wop, AZ drops “Legacy,” which is a collection of freestyles over classic beats and includes guest verses from Raekwon, Joe Budden and more. Hit play on this.