Atlanta's own K Camp is back at it and gives us a new visual for his track "Oh No", which is featured on his infamous 'In Due Time' EP out now.
Ty Dolla Sign is back with a new mixtape titled, "Sign Language", which features 11 new tracks. The tape also comes with guest features from Dom Kennedy, Big Sean, Rick Ross, T.I., YG, Yo Gotti, Rich Homie Quan, and many more. As always, he delivered some dope shit.
Up and coming Toronto artist Raz Fresco just dropped his new mixtape, "The Screwface Tape" today, (which can be downloaded here) and also decided to treat us with a new visual for his featured track "Cursed Blessings".
Mack Wilds is back with the official video for his single, "Don't Turn Me Down", which is featured on his 'New York: A Love Story' album in stores now.
Fresh off of his "Feels Good 2 Be Rich" mixtape, Atlanta's own Rich The Kid links with Troy Ave for his latest release "Problems", produced by Izze The Producer.
Miami artists Kingz and Pharaohz opened the archives and found the first video they ever shot, which happens to be for their track titled "BIG".
Queen Bey performed live last night at the MTV VMA's, and as always she was flawless. She was the honoree for MTV's Video Vanguard award, so before she accepted it, she gave us a medley of some of her 'Beyonce' album hits.
Kenny Shane returns today with a dark new visual titled 'Swear To Gawd' where he reflects on his life and journey through the music industry. Kenny Shane surely does not lack the confidence it takes to make it and it shows through on this new track.
Kentucky emcee (and featured 'The Arrival 3' artist) Devine Carama drops some new music, well, more of a lyrical instrumental called "The Bar Tactician", which serves as an interlude on his upcoming "Believing In Forever" project. Spitting over Jay Z's "What More Can I Say", its very clear Devine has immaculate lyrical skills. Shoutout to my home state.
North Carolina artist T Walker is back at it, and drops new music titled "Gudio Streene" featuring Ty Kenney and Stackz, produced by MD. T Walker's gotta dope flow. Check it out.