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Tekashi 6ix9ine – YaYa

Tekashi 6ix9ine stayed true to his promise of delivering a final music video and song before waiting out the remainder of his house arrest. The

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DaBaby ft. Roddy Ricch – Rockstar

“Rockstar” is a song by rapper DaBaby, featuring vocals from Roddy Ricch. Now, the two joined forces for the music video of the lead single

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Doja Cat ft. Gucci Mane – Like That

Doja Cat teamed up with Hip-Hop superstar Gucci Mane for her music video “Like That.” The song appeared on Doja’s “Hot Pink” album. The whimsical

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Tory Lanez – Stupid Again

Tory Lanez unveiled the creative and cinematic music video for his single “Stupid Again.” The Toronto rapper shows off his affinity for fast cars, pretty

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Polo G – 21

Polo G releases the Cole Bennett-directed video for his single “21,” taken from his „THE GOAT” project and featuring a tribute to the late Juice

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A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie – Bleed

Last week, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie apologized to his fans for the lengthy wait for the deluxe edition of “Artist 2.0,” which will be

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Nappy Roots – Blind Faith

Hip-Hop group Nappy Roots have dropped a powerful music video titled “Blind Faith” to kick off the campaign for their new project “4ORTY.” The clip

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Moneybagg Yo – Cold Shoulder

Memphis rapper Moneybagg Yo released the deluxe edition of his album “Time Served” last month, which included seven new tracks. Now, he is back with

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YG – FTP

YG organized the largest anti-racism protest in LA history bringing 100,000 people out. The Compton rapper leads the revolt against police brutality and systematic racism

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T-Pain – Get Up

With the fight against systemic racism still ongoing, T-Pain stepped forward and released a new music video for the anthem “Get Up.” The single, which