For those of you at Ultra this year, this track needs no introduction. “Never Say Goodbye” is one of the biggest releases of this summer and is a must listen for anyone who hasn’t heard it yet. Coming from two of the fastest rising producers in the world, “Never Say Goodbye” will be played throughout the summer. Buy the track on Beatport and check the Hardwell Miami 2013 Aftermovie below!
Kendrick Lamar has rapidly risen in the rap industry in the past year. One of the main songs that brought him this success is “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe.” Kendrick released an official music video for his popular track today featuring Mike Epps. Check out the video below and let us know what you think.
“Where I Left You” is Man Overboard’s second single from their upcoming album, this time coming with a music video. This single is definitely stronger than the first single (“White Lies”) for the album. It’s hard to deny hearing the Blink influences in the beginning, but that applies to pretty much every pop-punk song. Definitely a great release by the band and this should make Man Overboard fans even more excited for Heart Attack on May 28th. Look out for The Story So Far’s cameo at the end of the video.
Macklemore & Ryan Lewis dropped the official visual to their collaboration with Ryan Lewis, “Can’t Hold Us.” Macklemore & Ryan Lewis lean away from the norm in their 7 minute music video by making the release into a cinematic experience rather than a quick visual. The boys spent three months shooting the new music video to “Can’t Hold Us” and it shows. The video takes you on a journey to a wide array of places including snow covered mountains, a Macklemore concert, a beach, a city, the sea, a forest and of course a random field of green grass. And if that isn’t enough for you, Macklemore & Ryan Lewis also recruited some Latino dressed trumpet players for the instrumentals. Macklemore added a new autotuned verse towards the end of the video as well.
Quiet Luke unleashed the official visual for his new single, “The Feel.” The black and white music video coincides with Quiet Luke’s single “The Feel” nicely. It was directed by Jared March of March Media Productions. “The Feel” serves as Quiet Luke’s first single off of his forthcoming project.
QuESt is back with a new visual entitled “Fair Warning” and directed by YUNG. The Miami MC, QuESt, flows with ease over the Eminem sampled beat and leaves you speechless by the end. QuESt murdered his verses as will he murder his sets on his forthcoming 32 stop tour with current XXL Freshman, Logic. You have a Fair Warning that 2013 is QuESt’s year. You can say it is NEATO season. Watch the dope visual below and check out our interview with the homie, QuESt, here. Hit the jump to check out QuESt’s upcoming tour dates.
Tyler released the second music video from his upcoming album Wolf. The video for “IFHY” features Tyler rapping to a girl while walking around a doll house. Upon the release of this video, Kanye West changed his website to just be a display of the video. Wolf has already sprung a leak online, but it will be officially released on April 2nd.
50 Cent dropped the music video for his latest single featuring Kendrick Lamar, “We Up.” 5o Cent and Kendrick shot the official visual poolside in the West Coast near some eyecandy and nice scenery. The rap heavyweights seem to be living it up. Look out for 50 Cent’s new album, Street King Immortal, this spring and purchase “We Up” on iTunes starting April 2nd.
A$AP Rocky and Skrillex went to the Dominican Republic to shoot the music video to coincide with their popular single, “Wild For The Night.” “Wild For The Night” is A$AP Rocky’s latest single from his debut album, Long.Live.A$AP. The visual plays out like a movie and showcases A$AP Rocky acting for a small portion of the video in the beginning and then partying throughout with Skrillex. Watch the music video below.