Every time Rick Ross drops a visual, we know we’re in for a cinematic master piece. Back on our pages with the track that seems to be taking blatant shots at Birdman, Rick Ross shows no remorse and tells it like it is in the Ryan Snyder-directed visual for “Idols become Rivals.” Play above and check back for more by the Boss.
While demolishing stage after stage on the Revenge Tour, Ski Mask the Slump God has dropped a new track. “Catch Me Outside” samples Missy Elliot’s “She’s A Bitch” and takes Ski on a different beat than what we’re used to hearing; but he proves yet again that he can flow just on about any track.
PRODUCED BY: Diablo DIRECTED BY: Cinestream Pictures
Lil Pump may only be 16, but he can flex like he’s older than most. His latest visual for his track “Boss” finds him in a turning up in Bentley, pulling up on a jet ski, and overall – showing why he’s the youngest doing it right now. Congrats are also in order because Warner Bros. have announced they have inked a deal with the Miami rapper.
Play the visual above, and be sure to check back for more by Lil Pump.
Dropping the first single off of his upcoming project, Prez P has teamed up with Billy Blue for “Going Places.” The project, Prezidential, is expected to arrive on all streaming platforms July 4th.
In an email to Fader the rapper had this to say about the track: “the song proves the saying, ‘It’s not where you been it’s where you’re going, the line ‘The youngins from where I’m from they think you’re on wit a pocket full of money and a rollie on ya arm,’ expressing how easily blinded the youth can be when identifying someone who looks successful rather than someone who truly is.”
The visual directed by BloodIsBond, is justa preview as to what greatness to expect coming from Prez P. Play the video above and be sure to stream his other tracks here.
Earlier this month, Gunplay linked up with Mozzy on their collaborative project Dreadlocks & Headshots. Now, back with a solo project, Gunplay has released his album The Plug featuring 11 tracks, and guest verses by Tracy T and Mozzy. Stream the project above, and the album can also be found on iTunes.
DIRECTED BY: Jonathan Benavente PRODUCED BY: Sylvan LaCue & Wishlade
While Sylvan LaCue is currently working on a new album entitled Apologies in Advance, he has also decided to drop a visual for his track “Grateful.” Check out what Sylvan Lacue had to say about the song:
“We felt the purpose was to showcase an honest and pure conversation with myself. I wrote this song as a reminder to everyone, including myself, that when the little things start to pile up, take a step back and remind yourself of what you’re grateful for.”
Vibe out and enjoy the visual above and while we await Apologies in Advance, listen to more by Sylvanhere.
GhosteMane was last on our pages with his track “Mercury: Retrograde” and has returned with a new track. The self produced track “Tartarus” is just a sweet teaser to hold us down while we await GhosteMane’s upcoming project Hexada, expected to drop later this year.