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MUISC VIDEO: Joyner Lucas – Devil’s Work

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Joyner Lucas is back with his new single, “Devil’s Work,” and it’s filled with references to fallen icons in the music industry. Joyner mourns the death of artists like XXXTentacion, Nipsey Hussle, Whitney Houston, Michael Jackson, and 2Pac. Throughout the song, he contrasts the deaths of these musicians (as well as figures like Martin Luther […]

Music Video: Iggy Azalea – Started

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Less than two months after dropping “Sally Walker,” Iggy Azalea follows it up with her new single “Started.” Produced by J. White (“Sally Walker”), the unapologetic banger finds Iggy delivering brash rhymes aimed at her haters. “I started from the bottom and now I’m rich,” raps Iggy. “I started to say sorry, but fuck that […]

Music Video: STORMZY – VOSSI BOP

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South London grime rapper Stormzy is back with a new song. It’s called “Vossi Bop,” and you can watch the video below. Idris Elba makes a cameo when he’s mentioned in the lyrics. Stormzy’s debut solo album Gang Signs & Prayer arrived back in 2017. In 2018, the rapper received two Brit Awards: British Male […]

Music Video: B.o.B – Soul Glo

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B.o.B has not been actively making music. In July last year, he released his album NAGA and called it his final one, surprising music fans. It featured limited guest appearances from Waka Flocka Flame, London Jae and others. Fans were wishing he would change his decision and it looks like that may have come true. […]

Music Video: Redman – Trap House (feat. Kazzie)

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We’re still on that Muddy Waters Too campaign and Redman wants everyone to go to his “Trap House” for his newest video. As Reggie Noble puts it, the DJ, the studio and everything about the booth is his trap house. Once he passes the mic off to Kazzie, that’s when the street raps kick in. […]

Music Video: 21 Savage – a lot ft. J. Cole

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21 Savage has released video for the latest single off his successful recent album I Am > I Was. The J. Cole-featuring “A Lot,” which mysteriously had Cole’s verse removed from the CD version, was directed by Aisultan Seitov. The clip shows the two artists surrounded by a large family of people of different ages celebrating and enjoying the […]