Popcaan – Dun Rich ft. Davido [Official Video]

Popcaan has decided to close out a strong year with a fitting visual as he shares the new clip for his Davido-assisted “Dun Rich” clip.

The track is found on the phenomenal tracklist hosted on his Forever sophomore album this year and comes attached to an equally textured music video as the duo travels to Davido’s native Nigeria to celebrate the country’s women. Directed by DammyTwitch, the scene is set in Lagos while flipping through scenes of women of all walks, from athletes to dancers.

Vibrancy is the central theme here as bright colors match Poppy and Davido’s smooth boasts of designer while promising to lace their lady in the same. It’s shaping up to be a strong season for Popcaan who was most recently revealed to be the latest signee to Drake’s OVO Sound imprint.

For now, get into “Dun Rich.”

roy Ave – Who I’m Becoming [Official Video]

This Christmas season, Troy Ave was certain to come back with the most recent portion of his White Christmas mixtape series.

While the project was set to ride out amid yuletide celebrations, the emcee proceeds to working diligently and has dunked over into his More Money More Problems project to convey on another arrangement of visuals also.

This time around, the Brooklyn spitter is coming through with the clasp for “Who I’m Turning into,” an intelligent cut in which Troy investigates his past transgressions and his development, both as a craftsman and as a man as he raps, “Possibly in the past I was buggin’/Niggas tryin’ to drive me to the former me/Back when I had counterfeit companions as my homies/Presently I’m growing up like my paper.”

Watch “Who I’m Getting to be” up best.

Swae Lee, Rae Sremmurd & Ear Drummers – “Christmas at Swae’s” (Official Video)

Swae Lee, Rae Sremmurd & Ear Drummers – “Christmas at Swae’s”

What more is there to state? We had every one of the a pleasant chuckle at Swae Lee’s cost this previous week, so why not have another while the getting is great. This Thursday, Swae was sufficiently thoughtful to share his vacation cheer, making up for his sibling Jxmmi’s grimmer attitude toward “Nothing for Christmas.”

When you bundle “Christmas at Swae’s” as one with Jxmmi’s record organized appropriately, you get the entire Grinch encounter from beginning to end. Be that as it may, don’t give the title a chance to trick you into speculation Swae is tallying the minutes till it’s fitting to wear regular weaves; he simply needs to take advantage of all the activity going down under the various mistletoes he set up in his epicurean asylum.

In the official “Christmas at Swae’s” music video, Swae Lee does his best Billy Joel impression with the Xmas lights on fleek. A straightforward piano roll enables him to shake up the tune justs a little between abstains. He sings, “I didn’t have you under my tree this Christmas, however I had all of you over list of things to get,” before severing into a stretch example of ho hos. Additionally significant, Swae destroyed a shirt this time, just to set a progressively genuine tone.

Kodak Black – From The Cradle [Official Video]

Kodak Black - From The Cradle [Official Video]

Not long ago, Kodak Black dropped off his Dying To Live collection to basic praise from the hip-HOP network. The young Floridian developed pleasantly, and delivered a sincere, passionate, holding, however yet fun undertaking. Since Black has reasserted himself as the young Floridian on the top of the totem post, he’s plunged into gift the world with visuals off Dying To Live.

Black’s most recent visual undertaking is for the melody “From the Support.” In oneself coordinated video, Kodak Black invests more energy showing his milder side than expected. Despite the fact that the video features commonplace scenes of Black with his group mobbing out, he sets aside opportunity to feature the elements of a relationship. That equivalent happiness that he showed on The Morning meal Club when he was inquired as to whether he truly preferred his young lady is on full showcase here. From smoking blunts in the solace of his home with his woman, to strolling around with his arms folded over her, Black takes no disgrace is demonstrating fans how he treats a lady.

Wizkid – Bad To Me (Video)

Wizkid - Bad To Me (Video)

Grammy Award-winning Nigerian singer, Wizkid has shared a benefitting visual for his latest release “Bad To Me”. The record comes after his album “Made in Lagos” and also ahead of his upcoming album “More Love Less Ego” scheduled to drop in few weeks. Quotable Lyrics Highway, burst it my wayThis kind of body don dey … Read more

Tiwa Savage – Loaded ft. Asake (Video)

Tiwa Savage - Loaded ft. Asake (Video)

The visual for Tiwa Savage’s lastest single “Loaded” it’s out already and it was directed by Nigerian filmmaker, TG Omori. “Loaded” featured Nigerian hottest artist at the moment, Asake, and comes after her appearance on “Koo Koo Fun” by Major Lazer and Major League DJz. Magicsticks produced the song while Nigerian popular Film maker, TG … Read more

MP4: Young Thug – What’s The Move ft. Lil Uzi Vert [Video]

Young Thug is currently on the road with Machine Gun Kelly by his side for his Justin Bieber Big Tour. For those who couldn’t catch the action on stage, Young came to drop a music video from his latest album, So Much Fun, and it’s the single featured for the 9th Lil Uzi Vert, “What’s The Move”

Apparently, the visual displays a bit of Young Thug’s lifestyle behind the scenes- sexy ladies, bills, nice cars and the finest fits any rapper has ever seen. As he comes in for his verse, Lil Uzi Vert gets a glimpse of how Young’s livin is seen hopping on hoods of various cars before finishing the night in a strip club.

Young Thug’s album is still pretty sitting at #8 on the Billboard 200 chart with the Billboard 100 placing single. Stream the new video and tell us what you’re thinking.

VIDEO: Drake – Money In The Grave ft. Rick Ross

Drake & Rick Ross finally released a video for “Money In The Grave.”
We all know it will come but eventually, Drake and Rick Ross have released a new video for “Money In The Grave.” The song was played for several months after Drake initially dropped it as part of a two package celebration when the Toronto Raptors won their first championship at the National Basketball Association. It took a while, but Rozay and Drizzy connected to film the visuals to their latest hit record, delivering them today to anyone who wants it.

The video was recorded in black and white, starting with two rappers standing near the plot provided for all the money they brought to the afterlife. They watched as the ground filled the grave before Drake left for his private plane, pondering the decisions he made in his life. They then rejoined the boss’s table after the Canadian rapper roamed around his palace, watching the 6ix basketball branded with God.

This video is a dream of the masses. From the godfather-esque mise-en-scene to the surrealism of Drizzy’s slow shot on stage, it features both rappers in their elements. Watch the clip above and tell us what you think about it in the comments.

VIDEO: Snoop Dogg – Main Phone ft. Rick Rock & Stressmatic

Snoop Dogg shared a new video.
After finishing with the album I Wanna Thank Me, Snoop Dogg has now returned to share a new visual section for his “Main Phone” collaboration with Rick Rock and Stressmatic.

The song itself is an idea for the art of juggling more than one mobile device, for whatever reason. Setting up a store in Southern California, this new video discovers a trio of collaborators posting Snoop’s whip as they release a bar that colors the crowd: “On my main phone, SMS with this other phone / Tryna keep turning on this light, sleep with my Nike active.”

Watch the clip at the top.

Kehlani & Arin Ray Returns With “Change” Music Video

Last week, Kehlani and Arin Ray took down great playlist entries with their “Change” collaboration, and this week both returned to provide cinematic new accompaniment to the song.

“I have had a few cannabis videos in the past, but this one, as far as creativity and doing things differently, this is the first,” he recently told Billboard about the new clip. “Here I am like, ‘Yes, we really got this one.’ And I don’t want to do it differently after this, I want to keep the same formula, I want to continue to use these people, it’s bananas, and I’m not a fan of all my videos, that’s the problem. “

The new single precedes the upcoming Ray album, a follow-up to Platinum Fire, the debut output which arrived in 2018.

“People really want R&B, that soul, that feeling again,” Ray added in the forthcoming effort. “So that’s what I’m trying to do. I’m trying to really become an R&B with this project.”

Until it arrives, go to “Change” at the top.

Watch G-Eazy’s New Video For “Bang” Feat Tyga

With Ty Dolla $ign and “Got a Check” featuring T-Pain, G-Eazy delivered on his promise of fresh music last night when he fell off not one, but TWO fresh songs called “All Facts.” That’s not all Gerald had for us, though. For his new song “Bang” with Tyga, the native of the Bay Area also fell off a fresh music video.

Taking position on the basketball court, Gerald and T-Raww are suiting up for the “Tycoons” and leading their squad to victory, all while receiving assistance from Minnesota Timberwolves star Karl-Anthony Towns, who are throwing down a few alley-oops. Also on the squad, Kirko Bangs makes a cameo.

Check out the video (above) directed by Arrad and let us know what you believe. Record on iTunes .

Future, Meek Mill & Doe Boy Drop “100 Shooters” Video

Fresh off a day of R&R at the waterpark with 21 Savage, Big Future dropped off a new video for’ 100 Shooters.’ Tay Keith laced, Meek Mill & Doe Boy helped banger marks yet another strong release from Future this year; the man dropped off The WIZRD and Save Me, not to mention several singles on deck. Clearly, as demonstrated by this recent video directed by Gigi & Roy Ben Artzi, he is in the midst of a creative wave. The esthetic is properly luxurious once again, with exotic females and mansions on deck.

Meek Mill is no stranger to lifestyle, although it is uncertain if he is fully onboard with the Merovingian-esque tendencies of Future. He’s for the journey anyway, and he’s a nice sport to match. The trifecta joined the yard by night when Doe Boy slides through to bang out the closing verse, resulting in a mere threat. Check this one out now and sound off-have you enjoyed the recent range of graphics from Future?

Burna Boy’s Jiggy-ness Is On Full Display In Radiant “Pull Up” Video

Burna Boy presents another visual from his AOTY competitor, “African Giant.”
If you have been touring this summer and have never played Giant Afrika Burna Boy, you are wrong to do so. Nigerian afro-fusion artist made a big break into the North American market this year with his highly anticipated album. Burna Boy certainly doesn’t disappoint. At this point this year, he can confidently be placed in conversation for this year’s best album. Ahead of the album’s release, he blessed fans with “Pull Up” and now, he comes with a new visual set for this single. Burna Boy traveled around London in an old school Volkswagon with four beautiful girls, stopping at Rocco’s Pizza and the beach halfway.

See new visuals for Burna Boy’s “Pull Up” above. Giant Africa is coming out now.