Roney returns with a new video Mood To Kill, produced by Steve Kroeger and directed by Donte Chung. This track has a dark and eerie feel to it where Roney talks about the struggles and anger that comes his way and leaving him feeling like he’s in a “mood to kill.” If this is the first time you’ve heard of Roney, you can bet it won’t be your last.
International artists Big Calo and Radio3000 connect for the infectious new single No Cap produced by Seriouz Beats. Shot by Tanny Manana and edited Nick Barbieri in Bangkok, Thailand – Calo and Radio turn up in their new visuals while sliding all over the track at the same time. A neck-breaking beat and catchy trap melodies lead the way for these two young artists to talk their shit.
Big Calo, from the legendary Hip Hop group Thaitanium, is easily one of the most prolific artists in South East Asia, while Radio3000 has recently been featured by MTV Asia on their re-launch of Yo MTV Raps, making “No Cap” a truly international, all-star collaboration.
With Radio3000 originally hailing from Northern California and Big Calo from Tampa, FL – it hasn’t been an easy road for these artists to go from local rappers to be on the brink of International Stardom but “No Cap,” these two are on to something big.
Young Dolph and his protege Key Glock take it back to Next Friday, with their new video and single Baby Joker.
Ryan Coogler isn’t the only purveyor of the arts in his family. His younger brother Noah is a rapper better known as White Dave and he’s all about fun-loving vibes, evidenced from his recently released Black Rapper. Today, he returns with a visual from his EP titled Glass Slipper.
PineappleCITI serves up some Sauce in the new music video for the standout from her latest album neonBLUE.
Today, Paris Shadows opens up about his sobriety and self acceptance with new visuals and single, No Choice.
Buzzing L.A. duo Social House—made up of Michael “Mikey” Foster and Charles “Scootie” Anderson—reveal the video for their latest single, Haunt You.
British spoken word artist, rapper, poet, novelist and playwright Kate Tempest debuted a fiery and passionate performance of her track Firesmoke from her new album The Book Of Traps & Lessons on Late Night with Seth Meyers last night.
Sure to stir up debate on both sides, Glasses Malone drops a new song/video 2Pac Must Die (Orlando Anderson), a track made from the perspective of Anderson, a now deceased Southside Crip who went by the name Baby Lane.
If you don’t know, Orlando Anderson was on the receiving end of the beat down from Pac and Death Row, which resulted in the rapper’s death hours later in Las Vegas.