A couple of weeks ago Young Dolph released “Play Wit Yo B**ch”, a diss going at Yo Gotti. The Memphis rapper just took things to a whole new level with it’s official video. Dolph even went as far as having an actor play Gotti with his hairline pushed way back. Talk about no chill!
Last week Kent Jones hit fans with his mixtape titled Luh Tape around Valentine’s Day. The We The Best signee follows up this week with a new single “Sit Down”, which features Ty Dolla Sign, Lil Dicky, and E-40. Jones also released it’s accompanying video so make sure to check it out!
As fans await the release of Lil Durk’s next project Love Songs For The Streets, the OTF rapper gives them some content to ease the anticipation. Durk dropped a new song along with a music video titled “Better”. The Chicago native keeps it simple as he gets lit in what seems to be a new crib. Check it out after the jump!
Meek Mill goes two years back and digs up the official video shot for “Check” off his sophomore album Dreams Worth More Than Money. For the visual the MMG rapper visited his hometown and took over the streets with the people of Philadelphia. And you know it wouldn’t be Meek if the video didn’t include some bike stunts.
Back in November Young Lito released his mixtape In Due Time. The BSB rapper revisits the project and grabs the fan favorite “No Hook” for an official video. Lito gets deep on this one, reminiscing on his life before the fame and success.
Last year Madeintyo released his most recent project Thank You, Mr. Tokyo. The album contains his latest hit “Skateboard P”. Madeintyo teamed up with Big Sean and knocked out an official video for the single.
Photo Credit: Kodak Black Back in December Kodak Black took to Instagram and teased his unreleased track “Tunnel Vision” which is produced by Metro Boomin & Southside. The snippet quickly made its rounds and ended up on Soundcloud and garnered over a million plays within weeks. After dropping his A Boogie assisted track “Water” a few days ago he returns with the highly anticipated official video for “Tunnel Vision”. The Michael Garcia directed video is interesting, to say the least. It features a white man wearing a hat that says “Make America Hate Again” trying to kill a young African-American man as he does yard work, and Kodak and his boys posted in front of a burning cross and a lynched KKK member. Check out the video below to see how everything unfolds.