The Weeknd is certainly enjoying the success of his latest album, Starboy. The Toronto native has made it to the number one spot on the Billboard 200 list, but the show must go on! The Weeknd went on to release the official video for “Party Monster”. Check it out after the jump!
Fat Joe and Remy Ma have made it clear that they are going to give the masses nothing but heat back to back. The duo is now pushing their third single, “Money Showers”, off their upcoming album, Plata O Plomo. The official video is now out and includes a special appearance from the hilarious Michael Blackson.
Lil Durk takes a trip to New York City to shoot his video for “Too Late”, off his mixtape, They Forgot. The Chicago rapper has his camera man shadow him as he makes some press runs. They then take it back to the studio where Durk performs most of the song.
August Alsina emerged back on the scene last week, releasing brand new music. After taking some time off, the R&B singer let go of “Drugs”. Today Alsina followed up with the official video. Look out for the new project on the way, also titled Drugs!
Dave East takes it to the west coast to shoot his video for “30 N*ggas”, his single off Kairi Chanel. The Harlem rapper vibes out with his team in a Los Angeles playground for the first portion of the visual. Afterwards, the pack brings it right back home to the city that never sleeps, and assembles at a Harlem project basketball court in the night time.
Yo Gotti closed out the year of 2016 with the release of his project, White Friday (CM9). It is now a new year and it’s time to roll out the campaign. The Roc Nation artist kicks it off an official video to go with the opening song, “81”.
Kirko Bangz still hasn’t released his debut album after all these years, but you wouldn’t realize it by all of the music he drops. Today the Houston native returns with visuals to his Z-Ro assisted banger “Money On The Desser” which pays homage to Pimp C. Kirko gets deep on this one. Watch the video below.
As Duke’s fans wait for the upcoming project, Life In The Hills, the Dallas rapper provides them with some new content to hold them down for the time being. Duke revisits his Blue Devil mixtape and lets loose the official video for “Stand Up N*ggas” with Young Thug.
Corey Finesse is still out here putting in work for GS9. The Brooklyn rapper began to make some noise with “Vagabond”, which attracted him even more attention after Dave East jumped on the remix. Corey was also recently featured in Howie Dodat’s “Gossip” and definitely showed out. Check out the official video after the jump!