Since his release, Kodak Black has not been hesitant in dropping new music. On the first week he was released, he dropped “First Day Out.” The rapper is back on our pages with his latest track “Water” featuring recently released NBA YoungBoy. Stream the track above and be sure to be on the lookout for more from young Kodak.
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DIRECTED BY: @PabloVasquezIII
Earlier this year we had the pleasure of premiering a track by Tampa’s own, Sunny Fritz. Now he’s back on our pages with a visual for his track, “Dangerous.” Directed by Pablo Vasquez, the visual does not disappoint. Play above and be sure to listen to more by Sunny Fritz here.
DIRECTED BY: NTRO4K
Back in early May, Zoey Dollaz dropped off his project Nobodys Safe. Now, one of the tracks from the project is finding itself with a visual treatment. Play the new NTRO4k-directed visual for yourself “On Smash” above.
Fans can also catch Zoey Dollaz on tour this Fall with Future and Wizkid for the nationwide ‘Future HNDRXX’ Tour. You can find Zoey live at all the dates listed below.
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While we await Falconia from Broward County rapper Robb Banks, he’s dropped a snippet of a new track entitled “4P3@T” while currently on tour. Stream the track above, and be sure to check out Robb’s interview with ELEVATOR below to watch Robb get tattooed and preview new music off his upcoming release.
DIRECTED BY: Ryan Snyder
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.
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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.