DJ Khaled comes through on his promise of the video for “No New Friends.” Director Colin Tiley takes us back to 1996 while Khaled, Drake, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, and Birdman explain why it’s “No New Friends.” Watch the video below.
Exactly one year since he dropped “Jay-Z Interview,” Hit supplies his supporters with the sequel, “Jay-Z Interview Pt. II.” Guess part three will drop June 7, 2014. See the visual after the jump.
LMAO at the absentees in this video! From the up-coming project, “1996,” Verse Simmonds releases the visual for “Who You Wit” (the IRONY) featuring, Yo Gotti, Young Scooter and Trouble. Drop down bottom and check it out.
A protegee of The Game, Compton Menace’s name says it all. Straight from the west coast, the rapper releases a visual to the single that’s been out for some time now. Drop down and check out, “Ain’t No Changing Me,” featuring Wiz Khalifa.
Brown skin, I’m talkin’ to ya Brown skin…It’s been a long while since we’ve last heard from India Arie. “SongVersation” is the singer’s next album, and it’s due out the same day as Wale’s , “The Gifted,” – June 25th. Everyone seems to be in competition with each other. The first single, off of the album is, “Cocoa Butter.” “The song is really about the heart and how to heal when something hurts it,” Arie told ESSENCE. “It sounds like it’s about a man, and on some levels it is, really it’s about being healed.” Sounds good. Drop down bottom and check it out.
Check out the visuals to Statik Selektah’s “21 & Over” featuring Sean Price and Mac Miller. Click below to see the vid.
Check out the visuals for Fred The Godson and Friday Octoba’s “Come Up”. Click below to check out the vid.