Dj Infamous and Future decided the Dirty South would be the perfect spot to film their music video.
Despite Drake’s bottle-throwing fiasco with Chris Brown over the weekend in New York, he still managed to make time to hook up with his colleague, 2 Chainz, to put together the visuals to their track “No Lie.”
The homie Ace Hood gave us the video to his track “2-12-12″ where he takes us through memories of when he first started rapping up until now.
Peep the visuals to Meek’s track “Flexing On Em.”
Nike Sportswear is cooking something up for June 24th. Digi-Camo AF1 is below. What you think?!
T.I. dropped the video to his single “Love This Life” off of his upcoming album Trouble Man.
If you haven’t already listened to/bought K.R.I.T.’s debut album Live From The Underground, I suggest you do so at this very second. Although many felt it came up short compared to his previous mixtapes (such as K.R.I.T. Wuz Here) it’s also his first studio album (which he put together himself). The souther rapper put together a 10-minute documentary on how the entire recording process went down. Enjoy!
Here’s an hour-long video of a behind the scenes look as to what it like playing on the greatest team ever assembled in the history of sports. If you have 60 minutes to spare, this is something you might want to look check out.
Peep as director Bryan Almeida put the visuals together for Ball Greezy’s “On My Way To The Money” featuring the homie Ace Hood.
Watch and listen as Rick Ross gives a first person narrative of his career to date. From a young
CO hustler from Miami M-I-Yayo to the boss of MMG, God Forgives, I Don’t.