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Puku Shares “Don’t Call” Music Video

After creating a wave with his previous hit, “Think of You,” new Miami star Puku capitalizes on the 500,000 streams with a breakout follow-up, titled, “Don’t Call”. Directed by Khufu Najee, Puku confronts his demons and find light in the darkness to overcome his adversities. The visual is a clear window into the artist’s universe and is as moody as it is beautiful, reflecting inwards and facing his emotions. “‘Don’t Call’ is a song about someone moving away from you, though you constantly tried to give them the energy, you seemed to get pushed away,” Puku says about the making more »

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INVINCEABLE – “SO LOADED” [MUSIC VIDEO]

Latin rapper Invinceable gets his buzz up in the new music video “So Loaded.” It’s a celebration as Invinceable and guest artist Roman party over a hypnotic bouncy-worthy beat produced by West Coast legend DJ Battlecat. The visual directed by Michael R. Santana is full of car-show worthy lowriders, beautiful women and plenty of alcohol to kick any party up to another level. Instagram: @oginvinceable  Twitter: @oginvinceable  YouTube: YouTube.com/invinceabletv  SoundCloud: Soundcloud.com/invinceable1

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Myke the Kid Drops Terrance Martin-Featured, “Alicia Key$” Video

Readying his ’Smoke N Listen’ EP for January 15. West Coast upriser Myke The Kid drops his latest visual yet for the new hit, “Alicia Key$”. A tease for his upcoming release, “Alicia Key$” is an extension to last month’s debut. Hailing from the middle of Georgia and now residing in San Diego California, Myke The Kid grew up in the church and was heavily influenced by the musical impact he experienced being a product of that environment. Myke has a conscious yet witty punch with his pen delivered over a southern rap/ west coast funk sound. Myke is especially more »

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JG featuring Gusto Leimert – “Free Me” [Music Video]

Tampa bred rap artist JG visits Los Angeles’ Chinatown district to shoot the music video for his latest single “Free Me” that features rising LA rapper Gusto Leimert. The visual finds the two MC’s delivering carefree rap lyrics on top on a sweet-sounding melodic instrumental produced by Mar$. The video is directed by Paul De Lumen. Follow JG at https://www.instagram.com/jgxtheleftovers.

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Lil Randy Shares New Video, “In Dat Order”

Lil Randy is on fire right now and there is nothing you can do about it. The music that he is creating is off the chain and really will set the tone for the next coming years in music across the world. The name of the new video is “In Dat Order” and it’s featuring Prince Glo. Click the play button right here right now and watch this video. It is nothing short of fire. Watch.

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Narvo & $teven Cannon Tell The Ladies, “Gimme Head” In New Video

Trippie Redd-affiliate Narvo and Lil Xan-affiliate $teven Cannon have enjoyed a skyrocketing Summer ’19, thanks in part to their collaborative hit single, called “Gimme Head”. Taking things to the next level, Narvo’s audio-turned-visual reunites the two stars on the rise to celebrate the recent success the best way they know-how. Directed by the talented Jay Laurent, “Gimme Head” adapts straight from the audio as Narvo and Cannon are somewhere in Los Angeles smoking good gas and decide to throw a private party. Calling up a few baddies to keep them company, once the smoke is passed around things get infectious more »

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No Budget’s Rico Tha Kidd & RCG400 Take It “Back To The Gym”

Oakland rapper Rico Tha Kidd is ready to sit at the top of today’s West Coast Hip Hop as we head into 2020. Today, the rising star unleashes the hot new visual for his hit single, title,d “Back To The Gym”. A Jayy Omar film, the video shows us money-making returns to the basic, filled with beautiful women, pyrotechnics and a whole lot of blue faces. Rocking the latest designers, Rico Tha Kidd’s drip is impeccable as he earns the title of hot new artist. “Back To The Gym” is slated to appear on Rico Tha Kidd’s forthcoming project called more »

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Ms. Amarachi – “I’m A Ten” (Video)

DMV artist Ms. Amarachi embodies women’s empowerment with track “I’m A Ten” in which she wanted to heighten the respect level black women need! The video portray her friends, different the of black women experiencing joy and living life. Being a sleeper from the DMV, Ms. Amarachi combines creativity and morals to creative intuitive song. she’s the DMV’s equivalent to Missy Elliot in terms of her lyrical ability. According to her, “I have and will always be someone who speaks and promotes women’s empowerment. I wrote this song while I was an undergrad. At the time not only did I more »

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RiFF RAFF RELEASES “BRiNG IT BACK TO ME BABY” VIDEO

With his new album hours away, Riff Raff drops the visual for the project’s lead single, “Bring It Back To Me Baby”. Know for his trippy neon-driven visuals, Jody Highroller links up with director Jake Flair for a house showing filled with elegant fruit, beautiful love interest and radical-looking sky. “Bring It Back To Me Baby” is produced by DJA and The Majinben. “Going into this project we knew we had to make a body of work that would top Neon ICON, being that we got a larger budget to ensure that this effort was worth doing,” Riff Raff explains. more »

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Chase Fetti Drops The Video for “Brazy”

Chase Fetti is back as he unleashes a solid new visual for “Brazy”. The New Jersey artist is picking up steam as the video approaches 20K in just under 3 days. Known for his raw wordplay and bars, Chase Fetti switches it up on ‘Brazy’ and provide that energy in the new visual. With an energetic new record, some catchy lyrics and his mastered wordplay, Chase Fetti are making a name for himself in New Jersey and the world. Be on the lookout for more from the young artist as he looks to close out the year strong with more more »

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Shaun Sloan Shares “Wait For Me” Video

Shaun Sloan is a South Central-bred, Philadelphia hip hop artist that is quickly on the rise to being a household industry name. Having been openly documenting his journey with sickle cell disease, Shaun’s hope it to motivate his fans and the youth all over the world that you can still remain resilient and strong through your battles. Following his release of “The Warm Up,” Shaun is back with a new single and powerful visual “Wait For Me”. His new track is a record that represents the pressures along the way on the journey to the top. The visual is a more »

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@Xian_Bell – “Top Flow”

Following a packed show in his hometown with screaming women and heavy smoke, the smooth and melodic Xian Bell returns with a hilarious music video for his song “Top Flow.” In the visual for “Top Flow,” Xian Bell and his friends get together with some ladies for a kickback. The party eventually makes its way to an old school drop top as Xian and some ladies cruise around the LA while he serenades them with humor. Taken from his critically acclaimed album, You Were In My Dream, which made appearances on over 50 websites including Elevator-Mag, AllHipHop, OnSmash, HipHopSince1987, FishNGritz, more »

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ATL’s Ques Drops “The Breakthrough” Video

Ques is an emerging artist from East Atlanta with a hot new song right now called “The Breakthrough”. Turning audio into visual, Ques enlists Stay Visualent for the direction of the Kori-produced track. This video is a representation of re-creating a moment, that moment in life where people sometimes chase feelings versus the reality of a life-altering situation. Like a documentary, “The Breakthrough” is a visual that tells only part of the story. Ques started rapping at a young age, but after suffering a stroke, he decided to take life and his music career more seriously. Watch the new video more »

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Boston/LA’s Ayo Sk3tch Drops Jonny Mats-Filmed, “Bandz Up” Video

After drawing in millions with his viral hit, “My Wave”. Fast-rising Boston rapper Ayo Sk3tch takes a chance on first-time director Jonathan Matsumoto for the visual treatment to his latest hit, “Bandz Up”. For his directorial debut, the photographer-evolved-music video director plays it safe with a greatly executed “day in the life” concept. Explores Yung Dray Houston’s newfound fame and the lifestyle that comes with it. Pasadena native, Jonny Mats discovered his talents 10-years-ago, formulate a passion for capturing the moments of others. He remembers, “There’s something intangible about capturing the emotion of a person on film – the excitement more »

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Fresco – “Vibe Foreal” Ft Roze

Today Antidote Music artist Fresco drops the video for his song “Vibe Foreal” Ft. Roze. With dosed up verses from both Fresco and Roze, the duo drip line after line over buoyant production that will have the fans “geekin” just like the song says. While Fresco was always into rap music, he got his first taste of superstardom sneaking into the backstage area at the Rolling Loud Festival in 2016. Fresco ended up meeting the who’s who of popular artists like Post Malone and Lil Uzi Vert spawning his desire to take his raps seriously. Since that experience in 2016 more »

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L.A.’s Lucho Da Champ Drops “Hot One” Video

West coast rapper, Lucho Da Champ, coins himself the Champ of All Trades for a very good reason. The Watts-native grew up on the Eastside (in the Nickerson Garden Projects). Being from L.A. he was heavily influenced by OFTB and Kam. His first official release is “Hot One” produced by Larry Jayy. The video was directed by Al Profit, known for his popular curated American Dope Youtube channel. Al Profit also serves as his manager. Lucho has a lot on the horizon and has already been in the studio with Akon, offering up his creative energy. Lucho plans on bringing more »

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LowFi – “Memory Lane” (Video)

Baltimore-meets-Florida trio LowFi has been making a lot of noise lately with the release of their new project, The Difference. Today, in campaign of the new effort, the group unveils the latest visual from the project for the track, “Memory Lane”. Inspired by 90s Hip Hop, in the video, the group reminisces on what life was like before they became full-time emcee’s. Back when it was just about having fun with your friends and living young, wild, and free. “This isn’t the usual gritty, “hard” rap video,” LowFi explains. “This one captures nostalgia and brotherhood.” If you like “Memory Lane,” more »

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Trev Deshon Loses His Mind in New Video, “Stressin”

South Los Angeles’ own Trev Deshon has released the official video to “Stressin,” the title track to his debut album Stressin’, featuring Casey Veggies, Garren and Xian Bell, Derrius Logan and Rome Castille. Similar to his prior visual releases for “Greedy,” featuring Garren and Xian Bell, and “Patience,” Trev, who began his entertainment career in theatre, continues to lace his latest music video with A1 theatrics. While he offered a Godfather-like theme in “Patience,” “Stressin” opens with a brief conversation between Trev, who’s restrained in a straitjacket, and a therapist sitting across from him. As the music queues, Trev begins more »

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Atlanta’s GPM Prince J Dedicates “Struggles & Pain” to Nipsey Hussle

Atlanta’s Prince J shares trials and tribulations we can all relate to as he dedicates his heartfelt visual “Struggles & Pain” to the late, great Nipsey Hussle. Get this song now on all digital platforms via https://onerpm.lnk.to/strugglesandpain and get Prince J’s latest album The Transition here: http://onerpm.lnk.to/thetransition Follow GPM Prince J http://instagram.com/GPMPrinceJ http://twitter.com/GPrinceJ

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$toney – “BRB” ft. Mark Parker

Recently $toney released his new video for his well received song “BRB”.  The uniquely bouncy record has an appeal all its own as $toney steps out from behind the boards after being an engineer for nearly 10 years.  After debuting his “BRB” single on Elevator, the video has a chance to be his biggest video yet surpassing 25K this past weekend.  From the fan favorites like “2 Phones” and “Counterfeit,” from his project Blood on My Heart to this new loose track “BRB,” $toney is proving his worth on the Pittsburgh rap scene and nationwide despite his humble beginnings. “I really dig this record and it has a unique sound. In this industry you have to bring some type of more »

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