Boston upstart Young Legend releases a visual for “I.D.G.A.C”. The video finds YL delivering his lyrical onslaught moving from an industrial park to an abandoned house. The visual’s backdrop is perfectly paired with the record’s message about being tired of the struggle and the systemic cycle. Using this moment as a declaration, YL is finally tired of being overlooked and underrated.
Aces drops a brand new music video for his single “What It Is.” Filmed in South Central L.A., the Kavan The Kid x Nova Rockafeller-directed visual pushes the limits of creativity, making the funniest visual ever, all in a matter of three-and-a-half minutes. Far from a cliche club video, the video is filled with humor and ridiculousness. You get Guile from Street Fighter, Men In Black, chickens and lobsters breakdancing, booty shakin’, and champagne everywhere. The record is produced by Kyle Layng and Brian Rowland.
Currently, Aces is touring with fellow Pacific Games affiliate, MC Sav. After their tour wraps this month, Sav will be dropping a new EP in preparation for his album Cloud City. The two are also working on solo projects so stay tuned!
Freddie Gibbs was recently in the Los Angeles area and visited Prime Pizza on Fairfax Avenue to chop it up (literally), with owner Noah Galuten. The two smoked bud and talk Meenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pizza Hut and much more all while making a Street Lovers pizza.
Before the release of SremmLife 2, D-JaySremm drops off a new mixtape ‘Trail Mix’. The tape features Rae Sremmurd and the rest of the SremmLife crew, Riff 3X, Bo Bo Swae, and Impxct.
Kodak Black keeps the hype up with his latest freestyle over Future’s ‘News Or Somethin’. Black is also said to be releasing a follow up to his Project Baby mixtape for later this year.
Trap Illustrated rapper, Hardo, releases a new street banger called, “Blasphemy” featuring 21 Gang member, 21 Savage.
This is taken from Hardo’s TrapNFever mixtape, dropping this April.
Stream the Big Jerm, Sayer and Shod Beatz production below:
Big Sean recently appeared on a short CNN segment showing the Detroit rapper giving back to his City’s youth. He started his how foundation and funded enough money to build a recording studio in his old high school. Sean feels it’s his duty to help influence Detroit’s young generation in any positive, possible way he can.
Watch the quick clip below.