By Jake Miosge
Kap G and Chris Brown head to Las Vegas for some fun under the city’s bright lights in the video for their high-powered collaboration “I See You.”
Directed by Arrad, the Sin City-themed video starts with Kap G driving around the Las Vegas Strip. Shortly afterwards, he and Breezy are seen on top of twin tour busses with the hotel skyline behind them.
The guys have fun throughout the visual. Whether riding bikes, performing on “The Party Tour,” or hanging out with a bevy of ladies, Kap G and Chris Brown show off the bond that allowed them to record this banger.
Just in time to roll your windows down and turn your systems up, New York’s own 303BAM released the visual to accompany his single “Right Now.” The track brings with it all that shit talking a good summer anthem needs including lines about the cars you’re pushing, the wave your team is on and the threads you rock. Through its moments of slower, melodic hooks and the switch to rapid fire verses, the track is summertime ear candy. The single perfectly aligns itself with the paired visual, (directed and edited by Director Picaso) which takes “its gonna be a movie” to its most literal sense in its quality and editing.
On his latest effort, Pittsburgh’s own Yury remains unapologetically unique, and most importantly, focused. “Change goin’ come, so prepare to move,” Yury raps.
Lost God released his single “Livin” a few months back, which also featured Quavo, Skippa Da Flippa and Mo Bucks. Now, the rapper returns with exclusive footage of him and the man behind the beat, the legendary Zaytoven in the studio cooking up.
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Houston native $hun releases his second EP titled Will Rap 4 A Way Outta Here. Coming in 12 tracks strong, the young emcee raps over all 9th Wonder-produced instrumentals from the producer’s Zion tape. Rapping over the unconventional beats, the tape finds $hun more relaxed than ever, tapping into the deepest depths of his creative confines. His bona fide narratives are flooded with substance atop the Southern-infused-meets-mellow-1970s-funk grooves. He’s not afraid to dish on his worldviews, tainted hues, and sweet-sounding love letters to his lady muse. From mock hotline call-ins, to silky smooth inflections, his delivery styles swap between relaxed, pscyhadelic, distorted, and rapid conversational presentations. This project stamps $hun’s new journey off into a different change of pace and place.
After finishing his “Hella Pretty Tour” (5 dates up and down the California coast) and headlining a sold out Santa Cruz stop, Bay Area Hip-Hop artist Jordan Garrett unveils his latest vibe featuring Cam The Underacheefer. The two link up for a new sonic appeal titled “Waves” and create just that, musically.
This vibe induces an electric feel that comes in at just the right time as we embark on the summertime. The energy brought on this record makes it a sure shot banger, and Jordan Garrett is only just getting started.
Listen to his latest release “Wave” and keep it locked for more drops coming soon.
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Vancouver, BC artist Khing Thane shares the debut music video for his single “Ride or Die,” off his Far From Human album. The record, produced by Jeff Dawson and Thane himself, meets its visual accompaniment with Khing Thane stationed upon his throne, clothed in custom royal garb. Fusing elements of rock and rap, Khing Thane sets ablaze a lyrical firestorm detailing his adoration for his ladylove. The song also presents a double entendre, paralleling Thane’s “ride or die” attitude towards his musical endeavors.
Flood Society, comprised of MC S.A.V and This Is Aces, unveils their first major release with their music video for “God’s Gift.” The company, a lifestyle brand, is initiating a new movement set to flood the globe. Paralleling the biblical story of Noah the company plans to flood the entertainment space. There was warning of a flood coming and people were apathetic to its mention.
Their latest song and visual hits the streets with its deep-rooted message. The Kavan The Kid-directed visual backdrop shapes the narrative for ”God’s Gift,” a song based on who MC S.A.V and This Is Aces are and what they represent at their core—and that’s faith and belief in God. Astral aerial shots cast the gloriful theme, perfect for the detailing of trials and tribulations that have led them to share a piece of their story with the world. Through “God’s Gift,” the pair express their gratitude towards life given through the sacrifice of his son.
The intention is to provide hope, inspiration, and to show the grace they were given to even be alive today to share this song with the world. The song shows that anything is possible, and no matter where you come from or what you’re going through there’s light at the end of the tunnel. If they made it this far, so can you. Flood Society is here to change the world. Purchase the song on iTunes here.