Tag Archives: Music Video

Video: Missy Elliott feat. Lamb – “I’m Better”

Missy Elliott is finally back with another zany visual to add to her endless repertoire of boundless creativity.   Her new single “I’m Better,” features producer turned rapper Lamb (who first worked with her on 2008’s “Ching-A-Ling”) and minimalist beat with a heavy bassline sure to please any club goer or driver. The video stuns with rope dance routines, underwater scenes. and Missy’s signature style.  Enjoy below.

Video: Gorillaz – “Hallelujah Money”

It’s official.  The Gorillaz have finally made the overdue comeback they’ve been recently hinting at.

Using their platform to bash America’s shameless love for currency, “Hallelujah Money” stars British poet and singer Benjamin Clementine bashing Donald Trump‘s inauguration.  The group’s disdain for capitalism and discrimination permeates the powerful video filled with movie clips and animation over 808s and anomalous production.

Watch the video to the group’s first song in 6 years below.

Video: $ilk Money feat. Andre 3000 – “Decemba (Remix)”

Update: You can now enjoy the captivating video to the track directed by Andre 3000 below.

$ilk Money (of group Divine Council) is the latest to get blessed with a godly verse from Andre 3000 on the “Decemba (Remix).”  According to $ilk, the rare appearance over the synth-heavy track came together due to 3 Stacks’ admiration for the group.

“That *igga flew from Texas to New York just to see us perform. He was saying how we remind him of Outkast because he ain’t never heard anything like us,” he to Rolling Stone.  Listen to the song here.

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Video: A Tribe Called Quest – “We The People”

A Tribe Called Quest releases the visual to their politically charged single “We The People,” which is bound to resonate with post-election America.  The video is a call to protest power, practice tolerance and includes a talking mural of late member of Phife Dawg, who was recently honored with a NY street corned named after him.  Watch the first Tribe video to drop since 1998’s “Find a Way” from their final album We Got It From Here…Thank You For Your Service below.

Video: Danny Brown feat. ScHoolboy Q – “Pneumonia”

Update: Check out the trippy video to the track below.

 

Preparing for the release of his new album Atrocity Exhibition on September 30, Danny Brown drops his latest single “Pneumonia” featuring ScHoolboy Q.  The  energetic track is a definite crowd pleaser filled with raw bars over clanging production.  TDE cronies Kendrick Lamar and Ab-Soul will also make an appearance on the final album.  Listen below.

Video: ScHoolboy Q feat. Kanye West – “THat Part”

As fans await ScHoolboy Q‘s fourth studio album due out July 8, Kanye West helps build the hype with the second single “THat Part.”  The hypnotic recording is accompanied by  visuals of Q with faceless cronies, thick women and Yeezy spazzing out in a Victorian LA house.  Enjoy the colorful music video below.

Daye Jack – “Finish Line”

19-year-old Daye Jack has been buzzing after dropping Soul Glitch and recently touring with Pell.  The Nigerian born MC/singer represents Atlanta with his latest vintage-inspired video “Finish Line.”  The upbeat and Funky video features feel-good chords, synths and horns that provide listeners with a refreshing, uptempo vibe.  Watch below.

Video: YG & Nipsey Hussle – “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump)”

After getting shut down by the police, LA rappers YG and Nipsey Hussle still managed to  release the visual for their new anthem “FDT (Fuck Donald Trump).”  Directed by Austin Simkins (Salty State), the track filmed in South LA is slated to be on YG’s anticipated album, Still Krazy.  Watch below.

Video & Album Stream: Beyonce – Lemonade

This weekend, Beyonce debuted her stunning new visual album, Lemonade, on HBO.  Much to the surprise of many, the work focuses on a dramatic, yet heartfelt and honest journey coping with infidelity.  Songs feature vocals from artists like The Weeknd and Kendrick Lamar while cameos include Jay Z and Serena Williams.

Watch the entire video below without Tidal here.

Listen to the entire album here.