VIDEO: M.I.A. & The Partysquad – Y.A.L.A.

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M.I.A. is back with a new tripply and colorful music video for her latest collaborative single, “Y.A.L.A.,” with Dutch production team The Partysquad.  It’s not recommended you sit to close for this one as the Daniel Sannwald directed visual showcases a number of fast and vibrant moving objects which could be considered by some to be seizure inducing.  Now that we got that out the way, the glow-in-the-dark visual finds the artist performing to the camera as rapid images zip off and on the screen.  The music video also comes courtesy of KENZO and i-D Magazine.  “Y.A.L.A.” is featured on M.I.A.’s new album, Matangi.

MIXTAPE: Mary Gold – Sex Hormone’d Druggie

marygoldJet Life’s first lady, Mary Gold, serves up her debut mixtape entitled Sex Hormone’d Druggie.  The female artist’s new project consist of 13 original songs and features Leaf and Curren$y.  Fans can also look forward to production credits from Diggable Slim, Ghazi Gamali, Crack Tracks, Negrosak, L.A. Beatz, Nesby Phips and more.  CLICK HERE to download Sex Hormone’d Druggie and check out the tracklist provided for more details.

1. Mother Mary Intro produced by Diggable Slim
2. Nephilim produced by Ghazi Gamali
3. Lisa produced by Diggable Slim
4. Fukk feat. Leaf produced by Crack Tracks
5. Druggie Girl by Dirty Spice produced by Negrosaki
6. Threesome produced by L.A. Beatz
7. Miley Cyrus produced by Nesby Phips
8. Coup De Ville produced by Rmur
9. Grand Theft produced by Diggable Slimlisten download
10. Needy produced by Lu B
11. Treetop Express produced by Diggable Slim
12. Prayer feat. Curren$y produced by Lachase x DVN
13. Steezus Christ produced by Junedocc

VIDEO: TDE’s SZA Talks Being First Female Signee + More On Revolt TV

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Revolt TV catches up with Top Dawg Entertainment’s first female artist SZA in New York at Vitaminwater’s #uncapped concert series.  The New York native gives details behind how she feels being the first lady of the label and expresses her appreciation for the opportunity which requires a strong work ethic.  SZA also tells the camera she wants to change the way people think before hitting the stage after an introduction from blogger Miss Info.