In support of his next documentary, 9th Wonder has released the first eight minutes of his last film The Wonder Years. To purchase the DVD and support his next film with Kenneth Price, The Harvard Fellow, at the same time, click here.
OverDoz. sets the summer West Coast vibe in their latest visual for the Iman Omari-produced track “Lauren London.” Note: Ms. London does not make a cameo in the video but there are plenty of lovely ladies to look at regardless.
Directed by CALMATIC.
Juicy J keeps “Knock U Out” true to it’s Southern form with production and vocals by Mississippi collaborator Big K.R.I.T.
“Oh, my chain? It’s Nothin,” says Wiz Khalifa on the humble track featuring 2 Chainz. Expect to see the collab on O.N.I.F.C on its release date, August 28th.
Ca$h Out has a knack for making hypnotizing tracks. Hear it in “Hold Up,” now featuring a verse from Wale.
Produced by Beat Billionaire.
DJ Drama premiered the first single, featuring quality emcees, off his upcoming album, Quality Street Music. With Jeremih providing a catchy hook, Meek Mill and 2 Chainz deliver quality verses on “My Moment.” The track has that “summer anthem” feel. Quality Street Music drops September 18th.
Produced by T-Minus.
These are the top 3 songs I’m feeling this week.
Alicia Keys- New Day
“There’s a feeling that I got that I can’t give up.”
Dom Kennedy- Lately
“When life’s hard get harder, think big think smarter”
Dj Khaled Ft. Kanye West, Rick Ross- I Wish You Would
“Every year gon be our year, every year gon be my year”
Ahhh yes! Here’s the second video from our project with Luke Christopher dropping on July 6th titled, TMRW, TMRW. The whole project is written and produced by Luke himself and it’s fucking AMAZING! Can’t wait for y’all to hear it!
The video for “National Anthem” may have ruffled some feathers for it’s portrayal of JFK but Lana Del Rey and A$AP Rocky shine in LDR’s official video.
After the jump, watch Director Anthony Mandler break down the “National Anthem” video frame by frame.
I’m already picturing a throw-the-dice-behind-your-back dance move for the hook of “Throw It Away.” We only have a radio rip for now (courtesy of Flex) but feel free to create you own dance move too.
Slaughterhouse‘s welcome to: OUR HOUSE drops August 28th.