Southern California Artist 60 East drops his visual from the recent release, The Freeway Series: Traffic Jam. The EP is Produced in its entirety by Curtiss King Beats, whose credits also include Kendrick Lamar, Ab-Soul, MURS and many more. Part 3 of The Freeway Series is available on ITunes, Spotify, and vinyl as well.
St. Louis wordsmith, Smino, is back with a video for the previously released track, “Reverend.” The song, which was produced by Chicago’s prodxvzn, showcases the rapper’s unique vocals while highlighting his skills. Directed by Top Shotta, the crew traveled all the way to Alexandra Township, South Africa for the visual.
Directed by 508 Collective, D.Best’s “We Are Not The Same” features King Bone and Space Jam Jaye in the video and track. Maintaining the title for life of the party comes with a few preconceived notions that this trio quickly picked up from the start: dress well, keep the drinks and money flowing, and make sure everyone has a good time. Follow the guys on Instagram at @dbestmusic, @kingbonesmg, @spacejamjaye and @508collective.
Formerly Known as Populah Da Man, Pop-U has re-branded after dropping his debut Image Of Everything. The cousin of Lil’ Cease, POP-U is also an affiliate of Blahzay Blahzay. Connect with Pop-U on IG at @realpopu.
“Shootouts” is the first visual release from the album Midnight Run created by the Harlem duo Revenge Of The Truence (R.O.T) and UK producer Jack Diggs. Connect with the crew on Twitter, R.O.T and @jackdiggs.
Shot and directed by Rebel filmz and Marvial Ent, the latest visual off of Precious Stones from Shabaam Sahdeeq and J57 features Rim da Villin and Gorilla Nems on “Smoke Screens”.
From the album The Heart Suit, the video for “Dave and Amy” has a unique one take shot with a powerful subject. Originally from Mississippi, now working in Atlanta, Josh Waters is on the forefront of the new wave of R&B. Connect with Josh on Twitter and Instagram at @joshwatersmusic.