You won't be able to look away from this crazy ass but insanely creative video. Complex Mag writes, "THE WEEKND has finally released the visuals for “False Alarm.” The gritty video is more like a a full on mini-movie, with Abel carrying out an insane bank robbery. It wasn’t too long ago that The Weeknd surprised fans with news of his third studio album, Starboy. The build-up has been pretty mysterious."
HOOD DIEZEL’s 5th musical mixtape, “I Am The No”, is dense with the notion that he’s in a league of his own with well-documented lyrics about the reality of growing up in Pompano while maneuvering a way to blast off in the industry. Diezel is a rap-avenger delivering dope gritty music with no gimmicks and while this record is sure to please longtime fans, it also works as a compelling case that Diezel and producer, Cash Marley, is South Florida’s new dynamic duo as Marley produced the majority of the tape allowing Diezel to capitalize off the natural progression of his solid rap career.
Fader: Atlanta rap duo Rae Sremmurd have released the video for their Gucci Mane featuring "Black Beatles." The song comes from the group's superb sophomore record SremmLife 2. The dudes don electric guitars and seriously rock out on stage performing the track, with Gucci coming out clad in red leather to spit his verse. The video weaves in and out of the live performance showing the guys backstage and running away from screaming fans, a la those other Bealtes. They even do an Abbey Road-esque crossing of the street.
Introducing .... Rising Oakland, CA Hip-Hop artist BEEDA WEEDA & his new visual release “Revolution”. With support coming from Bay Area legends including Too $hort, E-40, & Tajai from the legendary Hip-Hop group, The Hieroglyphics, Beeda is aiming to take action against the many social injustices taking place in America.
"BJ The Chicago Kid unveiled the clip for "Nothin' But Love" today. The beat, with its twinkly keys and easy drums, evokes the '90s hip-hop that the guest MC Joey Bada$$ holds dear. Though the mixtape version of the song featured Hannibal Buress, he doesn't appear in the video. Look for BJ's album In My Mind early in 2016." - TheFader
"Future gets extra dirty for this week’s edition of #DirtyThursday. In the video for “Dirty $ex” off DS2, the FreeBand Gang leader engages in an intimate relationship with Blac Chyna. While he may have denied that they’re dating, the video proves that they definitely have chemistry. The on-screen couple doesn’t shy away from PDA during the four-minute makeout session. They kiss, hold hands, and roll in the sheets at Future’s Miami crib." - Rap-Up
FreeOnSmash writes, "Eazy Season is in full effect and G-Eazy‘s next move is a music video for “You Got Me,” as he prepares the follow-up album to These Things Happen. In the new visual, the Oakland rapper does the banging Southside instrumental justice by bringing his whole crew to the streets and local strip clubs. The song was originally released in July on Apple Music, along with the track “Running.”
FreeOnSmash writes, "It’s been three months since DeJ Loaf‘s debut #AndSeeThatsTheThing EP released back in July. One of the standout records from the project was the Big Sean assisted single “Back Up.” Today, the Detroit connection is brought to life through the release of the music video for the popular single. For the video, DeJ heads to the skating rink to host a party, where plenty of fun ensues. The Detroit player unfortunately doesn’t make it to the party, but does come through to deliver his verse with DJ Mo Beatz by his side."
PUBLIC ENEMEY's new hit single, "Mine Again" delivers a powerful message and is inspirational on so many levels. NigerianSounds writes, "Legendary Hip-Hop group Public Enemy just delivered their 13th studio album in July titled, 'Man Plans, God Laughs', and today they released a video for one of the songs off the project titled 'Mine Again'. The song features James Bomb who laced it with some poignant spoken word hooks, and Chuck D, the frontman of PE dropping riveting science in the form of lyrics, check out the video which is an ode to Africa and was directed by David Snyder in the Serengeti of Southern Africa."