Machine Gun Kelly is currently working on his new album. As the album is set to release later in the year, the Cleveland native releases his latest track “A Little More,” which came equipped with a visual. You catch a POV visual from MGK as he wakes up in a bed and heads out to venture through his hometown seeking to bring peace and positivity. It doesn’t work in his favor, however.
2 days ago, L$D, the fourth preview of A$AP’s upcoming album At.Long.Last.A$AP, was leaked along with some stunning visual edits directed by Dexter Navy. The track, itself, is completely different from anything we’ve ever heard from Flacko. It’s obvious he’s been going back into the archives of the 60’s and 70’s, and we are not complaining. A watery guitar riff, reminiscent of some lovely flower child daydream, plays as Flacko sings a surprisingly deep and contemplative love ballad. The song is best understood in the context of the tripped out, slowed up, fashion love story that is this music video. Accompanied by Ambush Clothing street-style star Yoon as his love interest, the two wander around the colorfully lit city of Tokyo, viewed from the dreamlike perspective of a drugged out hippie couple. Check out the artistry.
Atlanta emcee, Scotty ATL drops the visual to his DJ Toomp produced track Cloud IX (Go Up). After debuting via MTV.com, the Rashid directed visual hits the rest of the blogosphere. Scotty’s Spaghetti Junction album dropped back in December and is still up for grabs via iTunes Scotty is currently embarking on yet another tour with IAMSU. He previously was on tour with fellow Atlanta native B.O.B.
Tech N9ne teams up with Hustle Gang’s T.I. and Zuse for his latest visual for “On The Bible.” The track is featured on Tech N9ne’s 15th studio album titled “Special Effects.” Check it out above and by the way, do NOT sleep on Zuse!
J. Cole delivers visuals for the 2nd single off the now platinum album 2014 Forrest Hills Drive.
J. Cole is a vivid story teller and brings that into his recent videos as well. “Wet Dreamz” follows the quest for puppy love, literally.
This is the third video to accompany a track from the album. J. Cole recently earned the honor of being the first rapper in 25 years to go platinum without any features.
The accolade is well deserved.
There are many festivals that can’t quite hang as far as their leverage in making the next installment of their event more monumental than the last. However, festivals such as Tennessee’s Bonnaroo Festival and Coachella aren’t apart of that. If you aren’t seeing a consistent update of artists that are popping up at Coachella or special performance sets you’re under a rock.
Coachella 2015 is underway and a legendary performance by Raekwon and Ghostface have kicked things off perfectly. Catch the two legends performing various tracks as well as a round of Wu-Tang classics to a packed crowd.
Chance the Rapper releases a new visual for “Sunday Candy” as he prepares us for his “Surf” album with Donnie Trumpet and the Social Experiement. While Chance was in charge of writng the visually creative offering, Austin Veseley pushes the direction. The short film features the scenery of a play with a dose of choreography.
If you’re in our neck of the woods you can catch Chance the Rapper live at Vanderbilt’s Rites of Spring Festival this weekend!
“The British Are Coming...” A chant we’ve grown immune to as UK artistDanny Seth continues to prove us right. Seth recently dropped his newest visual for “I Arise Because,” which is featured on the forthcoming project, Perception. While the cinematic visual features Seth finding his way in a desert riding in a BMW i8, Seth relays each verse perfectly over the Ducko Mcfli produced track. Yes indeed, Ducko did that. Seth is also prepping a shortfilm entitled Perception, in which this visual will bring various scenes to life.