Drake drops an edited music video for “Worst Behavior.” The original visual which was 10 minutes long, featured an intro and a skit. Enjoy the shorter version above.
Childish Gambino dropped the official music video for his single “3005.” Because The Internet is out today on iTunes.
Avicii let loose the official visual to coincide with his popular Dan Tyminski backed single, “Hey Brother.” Watch the heartfelt music video above.
Eminem let loose the official visual to coincide with his MMLP 2 standout single, “Rap God.” The track, which was said to be completely rapped off the dome (via), features eclectic flows from the legendary rapper. It’s great to see Eminem conquer the verses in an intriguing music video. Watch the visual above and be sure to cop MMLP 2 today!
Hopsin is back with a new visual to coincide with his single, “Hop Is Back.” Hopsin goes at Kanye by trashing Yeezus and then goes on to diss King Kendrick in “Hop Is Back.” Purchase Hopsin’s new track below.
20 year old rapper, Topaz Jones, drops the official visual to coincide with his new single “Coping Mechanism.” He praises rap as a tool to deal with daily life struggles. The young rapper starts off the track by spitting
“Jotting down rhymes in my notepad
Mechanism to cope with a system that’s hopeless”
Thus portraying the harsh world that we live in today. His unique flow compliments his original production on “Coping Mechanism.”
The official music video is directed by Topaz Jones and co-directed by Simon Davis & Jason Sondock. The visual shows Topaz Jones among a violent tribe symbolizing strife in modern society. “Coping Mechanism” acts as Topaz Jones’s first single off of his forthcoming project, The Honeymoon Suite, due out in early 2014. Watch the video above and be sure to like Topaz Jones on facebook. Shout out to Keshav from Shav and Mentos for the submission.
Nabil directed James Blake and Chance The Rapper’s music video to the official remix for “Life Round Here.” The visual is in black and white and shows the two artists cruising around a strange forest in a old school lowrider.
Childish Gambino is back in the rap game with “Yaphet Kotto,” a new single that reside on Gambino’s forthcoming album Because The Internet. Childish Gambino has recently announced that the project is complete and due out in winter. Watch the 1:30 visual of “Yaphet Kotto” above. Not sure if the visual is just a preview or the full track, either way enjoy the new Gambino verse.
Mac Miller drops the official visual to “The Star Room,” a track featured on Mac’s latest album Watching Movies With The Sound Off. Rex Arrow Films directed this one. Enjoy!
Wale drops the music video for “Golden Salavation” off of his latest album, The Gifted. Grab The Gifted in stores today.