Fly Society drops a new music video for the lead single, “It’s Nuthin,” which features the talents of Terry Kennedy and J-Deeds. Produced by Dupri, the hard-hitting track finds the rappers reflecting on their early days in the streets and celebrating their accomplishments on the road to achieving their dreams. Filmed in the city of Long Beach, the visual keeps things simple and showcases the artists performing to the camera while accompanied by a handful of sexy ladies. “It’s Nuthin” is featured on Fly Society’s latest project, “The EP,” which is now available on iTunes.
Down south lyricist Big K.R.I.T. is back with a new banger as he continues to lace fans with a number of free promotional tracks. “Wolf On Wallstreet” serves as the rapper’s latest offering and features co-production from Childish Major. Take a listen as K.R.I.T. effortlessly rides the bouncy instrumental and boasts about his hustle and grind. The rising star is definitely all about his business on this one.
The funky duo known as 7 Days Of Funk (Snoop Zilla & Dam-Funk) serve up a new music video for their smooth track, “Do My Thang,” which is featured on the group’s “7 Days Of Funk” LP. Backed by whiney synths and muffled bass courtesy of Dam-Funk, Snoop effortlessly goes to work and delivers a fun party jam so listeners can get their two-step on out on the dance floor. There’s plenty of eye candy in this one too.
ScHoolboy Q’s new LP, Oxymoron, is only a few days away from finally hitting shelves after suffering a few push backs in 2013. In celebration of the rising West Coast artist’s major label debut, take a look at some exclusive footage courtesy of Collective State TV of the rapper’s recent performance of his new single, “Man Of The Year,” on the season finale of AXS TV’s SKEE Live. Filmed and edited by @ItsLuRocK for ItsTheDaily.com and Collective State TV.
West Coast lyricist, Crooked I, is back with a new music video for, “Sumthin From Nothin,” which is featured on the Shady rapper’s recent LP, Apex Predator. The California influenced visual showcases the Long Beach native alongside some classic whips as he performs to the camera with his signature cigar. Backed by his C.O.B. family, Crooked I spits some witty wordplay over a simplistic instrumental composed of only his beatboxing skills.
Ashanti gets down and sexy in her latest visual for, “I Got It,” featuring the MMG General Ricky Rozay. The music video showcases the R&B songstress in a nightclub type of atmosphere as she performs to the camera backed by only a few dancers and lights. Ross goes for the bottle treatment and grabs a seat on the couch and mingles with a few lovely ladies. Baby from Cash Money also makes a brief cameo in the end.
Machine Gun Kelly drops a new marijuana inspired visual for his latest single, “Mind Of A Stoner,” featuring infamous pothead Wiz Khalifa. This one keeps things relatively simple as Kelly runs into Wiz at a local bus stop and subsequently finds himself smoked out and chillin’ all day as he vents his frustrations about his life. Actress Danielle Fishel also makes a brief appearance in the beginning of the video as she kicks it outside of Machine Gun’s apartment building. “Mind of A Stoner” is featured on Kelly’s 2013 mixtape Black Flag.
DJ Skee, DJ Whoo Kid and DJ MLK combined forces to bring listeners a new exclusive mixtape entitled, SXEW Vol. 1. The 24-song compilation project boasts features from some of Hip Hop’s biggest acts like Wiz Khalifa, Troy Ave, Iggy Azalea, Nicky Minaj, Young Buck, Raekwon, Mobb Deep and much more. CLICK HERE to download SXEW Vol. 1 now and take a look at the official tracklist below for more details.
Ice Cube drops off a new visual for his latest single, “Sic Them Youngins On ‘Em.” The music video finds Cube in a power of position as he proudly embraces his legendary status in the rap game and plots on a would-be hater with young goons. Take a look as Cube bosses up with his sons by his side and delivers an aggressive new track for the listeners that proves the rapper can still hang with the best of them.