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.
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 $ilk, the rare appearance over the synth-heavy track came together due to 3 Stacks’ admiration for the group.
“That *igga flew from Texas to New York just to see us perform. He was saying how we remind him of Outkast because he ain’t never heard anything like us,” he to Rolling Stone. Listen to the song here.
Take a trip down memory lane as Cam’ron reminisces over his lengthy career in his new video “U Wasn’t There.” Watch him channel Kanye West‘s “Through the Wire” visuals and hear him touch on his relationship with Big L and Ma$e over soulful production below.
Check out the visuals to Travis $cott‘s latest single “Piss on Your Grave” featuring Kanye West. Off of his commendable Rodeo album, the video takes place in a smoke-filled forest with a cameo by a masked Yasiin Bey aka Mos Def. Directed by Nabil, the minimalist video leaves the viewer with a haunting impression. Enjoy below.
After the success of Logic‘s Under Pressure album, the Maryland rapper finally gives his legions a taste of his forthcoming sophomore effort, The Incredible True Story. Listen to the new track “Young Jesus” featuring Big Lenbo as the two “take ’em back to the 90s” over vintage production provided by 6ix.
Update: You can now watch the video to the track below.
Tyler, The Creator recently tweeted a new track called “Fuck It.” Created two weeks ago, the loosie filled with simple bass and synths channels his earlier material and is sure to please hardcore Odd Future fans who still long for the Goblin days.
Also, check out his latest self-directed music video as Wolf Haley. “Buffalo” is a visually stunning social commentary on race complete with lynching, riots and blackface while the retro and jazzy “Find Your Wings” with Kali Uchis references Soul Train.
After recently topping the Rap charts with his Rodeo album thanks to his catchy hit “Antidote,” Travis $cott drops the video to the cut. Set at a creepy carnival, watch the rapper smoke a joint as dust is strewn around cages filled with dancers.
Fresh off of his exceptional Wildheart album, Miguel drops visuals for two of its tracks. “NWA” features the R&B star cruising with West Coast legend Kurupt throughout the streets of LA. “….goingtohell” (produced by Cashmere Cat) makes a dramatic statement in an art gallery. Check out both videos below.
Listen to the new uptempo R&B earworm by The Weeknd called “I Can’t Feel My Face.” The beat was crafted by Max Martin, who executive produced Taylor Swift‘s 1989. Today, the fiery visuals are available via Apple Music. Watch below
Watch as a literal display of breakdancing ensues while Pusha T gets his hair braided at a barbershop. Yogi & Skrillex‘s video for “Burial” is filled with debauchery and surprises including a cameo from Dennis Rodman. Directed by Grant Singer, the conversation piece is definitely worthy of your time.