League Of Extraordinary Gz – Billie Jean (video)

This Texas clique actually comes up with a creative video for their hood stories and drug slinging. Instead of having some dope all over your screen, they make an analogy. They make it look like kids selling lemonade laced with Kool-Aid. The competition? They wet them up with water guns and water balloons.

I am impressed.

Verbal Kent – Body The Beat (prod. Khrysis) (Official Video)

Verbal Kent bodies the beat. Nothing more, nothing less. Khrysis brought that dark, ominous boom bap. Nothing more, nothing less. So, just nod your head in agreement. Nothing more, nothing less.

Danny Brown feat. Purity Ring – 25 Bucks

Danny Brown waxes poetic about his upbringing and the hood. Noticeably, it features Purity Ring. Noticeably, it works. Get his album. You will not regret it.

Stat Quo ‘OutKast’ [Video]

Dope tribute.

Troy Ave ‘Piggy Bank’ [Video]

If you getting money, i’m sure you can appreciate this new Troy Ave clip.

Styles P ‘Never Safe’ [Video]

“Phantom and the Ghost” drops later this year. Streets not suitable for the weak.

Blvck Lagerfeld – Fun (lip syncing video)

Man, the Youtube messages are always interesting (to say the least). The video girl is straight up advertising who she is. I cannot hate that. I cannot hate that at all.

Meet soon to be UCI (University of California, Irvine) graduate Tia Owens as she has “Fun” to Blvck Lagerfeld’s latest record in her Corporate Hippie “Blue Dream” Tank during her Spring break.
Majors: criminology and film
Aspirations: To one day run a record label or entertainment company

Oh, and this is the full song for your pleasure:

Loiter Squad Season 3

I am still supporting their brand of foolishness. Here is why:

1.) They made it happen for themselves.
2.) They have the ability to be hilarious.
3.) They made it happen for themselves.
4.) See 1 and 3.

And that is all I have to get into. But that Joe Budden imitation, though? LOL! Man, pure comedy.

Dex Kwasi – Listen to A.$.S. African $ex Symbol & SLANKtime Stretch (Video)

Dex Kwasi returns to drop off the visuals to SLANKtime Strech in association with the release of his African $ex Symbol album.

The album, much like Dex, combines traditional Africa with modern-day America. You can expect to hear African drums and slang fused with trap bass and synth-laced melodies.

Stream the album below or pick up the album on iTunes, your choice!

The Kennedys – Supreme (Video)

After dropping their EP “As Requested” with Bootleg Kev, Arizona hip hop duo The Kennedy’s are back with a brand new video directed by Miguel Sandoval.