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2 Chainz & Worl – Brick On My Face

Following their “Tell Me” collaboration, Worl and 2 Chainz reconnect in a new visual to “Brick On My Face.”  The new clip, directed by Howard

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Drake – Toosie Slide

Toronta rap superstar Drake is officially launching his album rollout with “Toosie Slide,” a mellow single destined to spark a new dance challenge. “Toosie Slide”

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G-Eazy ft. Tory Lanez & Tyga – Still Be Friends

Multi-platinum selling superstar G-Eazy teamed up with Tory Lanez and Tyga for the video of “Still Be Friends.” The rap trio parties with porn stars

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Young M.A – Foreign

Female raptress Young M.A takes a ride in her yellow Lambo in the official music video for “Foreign.” The clip plays out like a movie,

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Fredo Bang – Trust Issues

Rising rapper Fredo Bang is set to release his new album “Most Hated” on April 17 via Def Jam Recordings and he dropped off a

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YoungBoy Never Broke Again – AI Nash

Altough NBA Youngboy has been filled with nothing but drama lately, he still finds ways to keep his fans satisfied. The young gunner was caught

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Asian Doll – Come Find Me

Asian Doll responds to her haters on her single “Come Find Me.” The female raptress brings the fight to everyone that has a problem with

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DaBaby – Find My Way

DaBaby has released a new single and video titled “Find My Way,” produced by DJ Kid. The song comes with a new 10-minute video starring

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Yung Martez ft. Fuego Re’Al – All The Way

Aspiring Houston rapper Yung Martez teamed up with Fuego Re’Al on the single and video for “All The Way.” The Texas artist’s song, released via

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Evidence – Unlearning

Evidence offers a rare glimpse into his natural habitat — a smoky studio backlit by sunlight streaming through cracked blinds — with a meticulously intentional