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  • On Everything - Dj Khaled
    DJ Khaled just released Grateful, his latest star-studded collection of party-starting posse cuts. And now he’s back with a video for “Grateful,” featuring Travis Scott, Rick Ross, and Big Sean, which finds the three rappers plus Khaled chilling with some tigers in a heavily guarded mansion. In the last moments of the Eif Rivera-directed clip, a bunch of dudes with gu...
  • Trap Check - 2 Chainz
    Atlanta rap goon 2 Chainz just released his new album Pretty Girls Like Trap Music last week, and he’s already come through with visuals for “Sleep When U Die” and the Migos collab “Blue Cheese.” Now, as MissInfo reports, he’s back with a new video for “Trap Check,” in which he plays king in a bloody life-sized chess match. (Get it? Trap check?) Howard Ross directs....
  • Moment I Feared - Snoop Dogg
    Snoop Dogg appears to be making fun of Young Thug in his new video for “Moment I Feared” off of his recent album Neva Left, which doubles as an episode of his GGN talk show. In the clip, as Pitchfork points out, Snoop interviews a fictional up-and-coming rapper named Fonz D-lo, clearly based on Young Thug, who wears dresses and purses and at one point recreates Thug’s...
  • Fake News - No Malice
    We’ve been hearing murmurs about a Clipse reunion for years, but for now each Thornton brother remains on his solo grind. Pusha T is allegedly almost done with King Push, though it was originally supposed to come out more than a year ago, so who knows? Meanwhile No Malice, who long since disavowed the luxuriant drug-dealer lifestyle that put Clipse on the map in favor...
  • Blue Cheese - 2 Chainz
    On Friday, the great Atlanta rap goofball 2 Chainz released his Pretty Girls Like Trap Music album, and now he’s got videos for two of its songs. In director Daps’ video for the Migos collab “Blue Cheese,” 2 Chainz and the Migos preside over a runway fashion show outside a housing project. And in the equally absurd “Sleep When U Die” video, from director Joe Moore, 2 ...
  • Biggie Smalls - CupcakKe
    Triumphantly nasty Chicago rapper CupcakKe has steadily been coming through with visuals for her recent album Queen Elizabi**h, and they’ve all been pretty different. “Reality Pt. 4” was a stark black-and-white close-up on CupcakKe to match the song’s unflinching narrative, the swaggering “Quick Thought” saw CupcakKe leading a rap video stick-up crew, and now body-pos...
  • First Day Out - Kodak Black
    Last week, the troubled teenage Florida rapper Kodak Black was released from jail after serving three months for probation violation. Kodak, who still faces some very serious charges, has just come out with a new song called “First Day Out,” the latest in a growing tradition of songs that rappers record immediately after returning from prison. On the track, Kodak raps...
  • Unborn - Rejjie Snow
    Rejjie Snow takes a drive out to a cold and lonely place in this performance clip by Joe Bird. The video sees Rejjie driving out to a field that's been used to dump abandoned vehicles. They're left to rot, discarded and forgotten. There's a beauty in these things and Joe Bird knows it, shooting on film he lets Rejjie perform in these spaces and even brings a throne al...
  • Space - Dizzee Rascal
    Dizzee Rascal was probably the first star ever to come out of grime, and now that the genre is resurgent in the UK and around the world, it seems only right that he’s coming back. Next month, Dizzee will release Raskit, his first album in four years. And while it would make sense for him to double down on the hammering, erratic grime beats that he helped pioneer, he’s...
  • Aya - Kweku Collins
    Rapper/producer Kweku Collins released a follow-up to last year’s stellar full-length debut, Nat Love, in the form of a stacked nine-track EP Grey back in April. Now, we get to see second track “Aya,” featuring Allan Kingdom, in all its fiery music-video glory courtesy of director Cody LaPlant. In the clip’s most memorable scene, just when the chorus comes in with, “Y...
  • To The Max - Dj Khaled
    Produced by JayO—not Cool & Dre as we previously reported—"To the Max" employs Florida's famous jook music sound and features a sped-up vocal sample of MajorNine from 2015's "Gus Get Em Right." Not to be confused with Chicago juke music, jook is a brand of hip-hop born in Tampa Bay, Florida in the early '90s, which incorporates elements of bass music and dancehall. It...
  • Bucket List - Gucci Mane
    Gucci Mane’s new album Droptopwop dropped last month, a year after he was released from prison. The LP was produced in full by Metro Boomin, and today, Gucci Mane is debuting a video for the stand-out track “Bucket List.” In the clip, Gucci rides around town taking selfies in the same red car featured on the cover of the album....
  • All The Smoke - 21 Savage
    On Thursday evening (June 1), 21 Savage released a new single, entitled “All the Smoke,” along with a gory set of visuals to supplement it. While 21 has played with nefarious themes in his past videos, including gunning a man down in “No Heart,” this is true horror. “All the Smoke” offers a visual experience I’ve wanted the 24-year-old to express for a while now—the c...