SNOOP DOGG and producer Rick Rock released the visuals for Snoop's new single, "Moment I Feared”, which is featured on Snoop's fifteenth studio album, "Neva Left” (released May 19th). “The Dah Dah-directed clip plays out like an extended episode of Snoop's GGN Hood News web series and features a fake young rapper named Fonz D-lo, who seems to be a parody of Young Thug.”
PITCHFORK: "Young Thug’s JEFFERY highlight “Wyclef Jean” has a new official music video, and it features only fleeting glimpses of Thug himself. The clip is full of text from the directors, Pomp&Clout, who outline all the ways the video’s creation allegedly went awry. Aside from one shot where Thug enjoys some Cheetos, the rapper never quite makes it to the video’s set. “On my way home, I wondered if Young Thug would’ve liked the shoot we put together for him,” reads the video’s text. Watch the video, with its tiny cars and child police officers."
I only posted this because of the King of the South... T.I. I know Young Thug is featured on this track because he's 'radio hot' right now. But ditch him and add The Game? And 'Bankrolls on Deck' is a Hip Hop classic.
A strip-club inspired video for a strip-club song. "Throw Sum Mo" is laced with autotune which is my biggest pet peeve in Hip Hop, but this song is bumping. Mike WiLL Made-It, Migos, and Birdman all make cameo appearances at the 'roller-rink'. Rae Sremmurd's (the duo of Swae Lee and Slim Jimmy ) new album, “SremmLife” is available now.