Ab-Soul and Bas use the visual for their recent collaboration “Braille” to show us something new.
Using Paris as their backdrop, the duo take us to rooftops that overlook the Eiffel Tower, La Petite Ceinture, and even underground; creating a stunning contrast between the beautiful architecture of the city and the parts most don’t dare venture.
“Braille” is expected to be on Soulo’s upcoming project, which follows 2014’s These Days…
Watch the bosses Ab-Soul and Bas in the video for “Braille” below.
Schoolboy Q is back with another visual, this time for single “Overtime,” off his latest project the Blank Face LP. The Miguel and Justine Skye assisted record touches on a friends with benefits relationship.
The colorful video features Groovy Q chilling in a playground surrounded by a bunch of bootylicious babes twerking their little hearts out.
Miguel delivers the straight forward hook making his appearance laying on top of a on a merry-go-round and on a ridge overlooking some scenic hills.
We find Skye in the midst of a sea of balloons chiming in to provide a female’s perspective; effortless delivering her verse as she croons,
Babylet me know it’s mine / And I’ma put in overtime / That’s right, you’re understanding overnight / You know that I ain’t the sober type / Tell me what you want and I might do it / I’ve been tryna figure out your motive, yeah
The video ends with Q punching the lights out of Skye’s potential suitor.
TDE’s Isaiah Rashad is readying to release a new project in September. Earlier this week the Tennessee artist teased the album by dropping a new record titled “Free Lunch” and he’s back with a laundry themed visual for the track.
Directed by A Plus, in the video we find Rashad isn’t at your typical laundromat. Clearly the means to his meal ticket the laundromat serves as the base for his various money-making hustles. Rashad’s new album is slated to arrive September 2; it will follow his 2014 release Cilvia Demo.
Schoolboy Q‘s new album Blank Face is dropping in a little under two weeks. Ahead of its release the TDE artist brings us a cinematic trailer; which features Q and his crew experiencing the ups and downs of life in streets of South Central, L.A.
Watch the trailer below. Schoolboy Q’s Blank Face drops July 8.
As the TDE Family gathers, Jay Rock leads the pack as Kendrick Lamar and SZA tags along of the Easy Bake Remix of “Traffic Jam”. With SZA’s smooth vocals, Kendrick’s crafty lyrics and Jay’s Cali vocal stance — the remix is definitely the standout tune of the week.
Schoolboy Q is in paradise in his latest visual, and I’m not talking just palm trees, white sands and blue oceans. In his new visual for “Man Of The Year” Q is on fantasy island as he is surrounded by some serious eye candy. Dave Free, Fredo Tovar and Scott Fleishman get directorial nods, Q’s new album Oxymoron drops Feb 25th. Checkout the visual below.
Missed the 2013 BET Hip-Hop Awards last night? Well the SFPL got you covered, the night included performances from top hip-hop acts Rick Ross, DJ Khaled, Kendrick Lamar, Diddy, 2 Chainz, Bone Thugs and Harmony, Meek Mill, French Montana and many more. The highlight of the Hip-Hop Awards have to be the highly anticipated cyphers though. Kendrick Lamar and the TDE crew cypher has been the talk of the Internets since the awards initial taping. Lil’ Kim, Action Bronson, Rapsody, Slaughterhouse, Jon Conner, A$AP Mob and The Real Husbands of Hollywood cast participated in this years edition of the cyphers. DJ Premier supplied the beats to this years participants. Kendrick Lamar reigned supreme as he took home 5 awards, his competition Drake took home 4 awards. Other winners on the night included Jay Z, J.Cole, Benny Boom, Mike Will Made It, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj, A$AP Rocky, DJ Drama and Worldstar Hip-Hop (side eye). Checkout the videos below and leave your thoughts on who brought it this year and of course who should just give rapping up all together.