Lupe Fiasco drops a new 13 minute controversial music video called “#1234” which covers three songs from last years Food & Liquor II: The Great American Rap Album Pt. 1. “Lamborghini Angels”, “ITAL (Roses)” and “Audubon Ballroom” all get the visual treatment and are packed with powerful subliminal imagery addressing socio-political issues, race, objectification of women, drugs, stereotypes, vanity, materialism and plenty other sensitive topics.
At the center of Lupe’s cross-hairs is the culture of Hip Hop and the media’s influence on the public and young minorities who are programmed to embrace negative and persuasive imagery and carry out self destructive behavior. Directed by Alex Nazari, “#1234” is definitely in a political class of its own with Lupe anxiously at the forefront to promote his agenda.
Gangsta Gibbs gets his thuggin’ on in his latest video for “Lay It Down” off his new ESGN album. The hardcore visuals are packed with guns and tough talk as Freddie and his goons hold it down in his hometown of Gary, Indiana. Check out Fred’s new gritty music video directed by Will Gates.
Ace Hood puts in that work to grind and make that paper by any means necessary in his new video for “We Outchea” featuring Lil Wayne. Toting a shotgun and bustin’ down the door with his AK-47 strapped goons, Ace drops some aggressive bars over some heavy drums and reminds the fans he’s out here to make it. “We Outchea” is the latest visual off the rapper’s upcoming Trials & Tribulations LP which is set to release on July 16.
Apparently, Pusha T at one point had millions in the ceiling and choppers in the closet while Rick Ross was questioned at some point by police officials and blew a rebellious cloud of smoke in an officer’s face while under questioning. Check out the latest visuals from one half of the Clipse featuring the boss Rick Ross.