Chris Malinchak, 26 year old New Yorker, dropped the video for his rising track ‘So Good To Me’ earlier this week and is a great accompaniment to the song which was debuted a few months back. Due for release May 5, via French Express/Ministry of Sound Recording. To play… Read More.
Fellow west Londoner Angel releases the follow up to his recent breakthrough track “Wonderful” in the form of “Time After Time” the next single of his forthcoming debut 2012 album. Produced by Parallel Music and Tommy Hittz. Press Play and let us know what you think of the mid tempo cut, which sees Angel finding his lane once again. Read More.
The Weeknd preps his first major release ‘Trilogy’ the combination of his acclaimed mix-tape series of 2011. (Yup, I’m a fan) The First single to be lifted is stand out of the “Thursday” mixtape “Rolling Stone” accompanied by a simple, self directed mono chrome clip, which lets the song speak for self. #NoFilter. Click more to watch. Read More.
Mr Kendrick Lemar drop the first clip from his debut forthcoming LP ‘Good Kid Madd City’ due October 2nd. Directed by Jerome D, the video is a slick representation of the track, which has recently been blessing my (sometimes embarrassing) iPod most played. With a potential classic on the cards we are paying close attention to this project.
Pittsburgh native, Mac Miller shows of his sensitive side in this recent clip ‘Missed Calls’ lifted from his debut album ‘Blue Slide Park’ Press Play.
Cleo Sol, recent Island records signee and team UK vocalist, cranks up the sex appeal (nicely!) in her new single ‘Never The Right Time’ Click more to watch.
Azealia Banks (finally) drops the visual for ‘Liquorice’ which for me has been a stand out track for much of 2012, released from her ’1992′ EP, a prelude to her forthcoming mixtape series. Azealia playfully performs in the western mini clip.
Directed by Rankin and Styled by Nicola Formichetti.
Kanye, while currently on the his “Watch The Throne” European tour, refocuses efforts on his GOOD Music collective. With the release of ‘Mercy’ produced by Lifted, the first release from the camps compilation effort ‘Cruel Summer’.
Directed by Nabil Elderkin who’s previous efforts include Frank Ocean’s ‘Novacane’. The 5 minute video features cameos from fellow GOOD Music artists Kid Cudi, CyHi the Prynce and Teyana Taylor.
With rap taking a return to the ‘crew’ release, including Rick Ross’s ‘Maybach Music Group’ and Wiz Khalifa’s ‘Taylor Gang’ this is definitely a strong contender from a talented roster. (Anyone remember Harlem World?)
A$AP Rocky dives back into his critically acclaimed and fan favourite mixtape “LiveLoveA$AP” to releases the visual for “Brand New Guy”. As always representing Harlem, the clip lacks the gloss of the video for “Goldie” but maintains the grit of the track.
Click here for details on the London A$AP x Trapstar after party.
Echoing the duos previous clip for ‘Run This Town’ but with a finnish and grit lacking from their 2009 effort. “No Church’ drops you in a political riot with unknown undertones creating with a high level of realism, tension and dynamics in less that 4 mins.
Directed by Romain Gavras