After spending most of 2016 fighting and eventually beating a rape charge, Freddie Gibbs is back like he never left. Yesterday he teased his return and today he makes it official by releasing his new single “Crushed Glass” produced by Teddy Walton. Along with dropping the single, he revealed that his upcoming album “You Only Live 2wice” will be dropping on March 31st. Watch the video for “Crushed Glass” and pre-order the album on iTunes now.
At the top of the year, Tory Lanez kicked things off with the release of two mixtapes, Chixtape 3 and The New Toronto 2, which didn’t quite receive the same notice. The Toronto artist decided to dig up a gem from the project and push out a visual for “Dopeman Go”.
Photo Credit: 6LACKVEVO Since releasing his debut album “FREE 6LACK” back in November, 6LACK’s buzz has continued to grow with many artists in the industry taking notice of his talents. He recently collaborated with Jhene Aiko on “First Fuck“, has been seen in the studio with Gucci Mane and he will also be accompanying The Weeknd on his Starboy: Legend Of The Fall tour alongside Belly and Rae Sremmurd. Today he revisits his debut album and drops the visuals for “Free.” The video finds 6LACK on a date with an obsessed fan and things quickly take a turn for the worst. Watch the video below and if you haven’t checked out “FREE 6LACK” you can stream the project here.
Don Q has been on fire for the past few months and has shown out on every track he has been featured on recently. With his “Corner Stories” mixtape out now, he returns with the visuals for “2 Perks.” In the clip Don Q, A Boogie and the rest of their Highbridge crew take their talents to Miami and enjoys everything it has to offer. Watch the video below and make sure you check out his “Corner Stories” mixtape.
Last week Joey Bada$$ revealed that his highly anticipated sophomore album “All-Amerikkkan Bada$$” will be released on April 7th. Today he returns with the official video for his politically charged single “Land Of The Free.” The Joey and Nathan R. Smith-directed video is powerful and may be hard to watch for some people, it depicts young black men and women being gunned down by white cops in the desert. These same police officers are then shown in KKK hoods as they watch a cross burn. Their’s even a shot of Joey hanging from a noose. If this song is any indication of the direction the album is going where going to be in for a real treat. Check out the video below.
Future is currently celebrating the success of his two albums Future and HNDRXX. The Atlanta rapper made history by having both albums reach no. 1 on the Billboards two weeks in a row. In support of the second project HNDRXX, Future went on to release the official video for “Use Me”.
Photo Credit: WORLDSTARHIPHOP Last year we lost Bankroll Fresh the buzzing Atlanta rapper who was on the road to becoming the next rap star out of Atlanta. Even though he was taken from us early his Street Execs family will make sure his legacy continues to live on through his music. Today they announce that Bankroll’s first posthumous album “In Bankroll We Trust” will be dropping on April 24th. Along with the announcement, they drop the visuals for his track “M.O.B.” which is off of Bankroll’s self-titled mixtape from 2015. The black and white video includes footage from live performances of Bankroll and shots of him kicking it in his neighborhood. It is also the last video he ever shot before his untimely death. Check it out below. Rest In Peace Bankroll Fresh.
Photo Credit: Surf School Recordings Smoke DZA is fresh off of dropping his collaborative album “Don’t Smoke Rock” with Pete Rock. Along with dropping “Don’t Smoke Rock”, earlier last year DZA also dropped “He Has Risen” his collaborative project with Harry Fraud. With a few days ago being the album’s anniversary, DZA revisits the project and releases the video for track 1 “Badabing’s Theme.” The Rook directed video finds Smoke DZA chilling with wifey before he heads out to handle some business as he puffs a cigar. Check out the visuals below.
Photo Credit: GoldLinkVEVO Since dropping his “And After That, We Didn’t Talk” album in 2015, Goldlink signed Sony RCA, headlined his first European tour, and dropped some dope singles throughout 2016. Today he returns with the visuals to his Brent Faiyaz and Jefe fka Shy Glizzy assisted single “Crew.” The video finds Goldlink, Brent, and Jefe kicking with their friends on the basketball court and riding around the city. Jefe killed this joint. Check out the video below.