Dam-Funk and Snoopzilla are back with a new funky party visual for their latest single, “I’ll Be There 4U,” which is featured on the group’s new LP, 7 Days of Funk. The visual finds the duo having some fun with a few half-naked models and partying the night away with a few blunts and drinks. At times the music video also looks like what I would expect a commercial to look like for Snoop Dogg’s new Long Beach inspired G Pen.
A$AP Ant serves up a new single and visual for, “See Me,” which is the latest song featured on the upcoming L.O.R.D. album from the A$AP Mob. The dark music video showcases Ant and his goons breaking into a location all in the pursuit of grabbing stacks of cash. Check out Ant get his home invasion on as he pulls off a big heist.
Gucci Mane is back with a new black and white gritty music video for his latest single, “Can’t Handle Me,” featuring Young Scooter and Young Dolph. The track is featured on the Atlanta native’s new LP, The State Vs. Radric Davis 2: The Caged Bird Sings. Never one to stray too far from the streets, the troubled rapper plays it cool and dismisses the competition while boasting about his moves out on the block. Dolph and Scooter follow suit and also dedicate their verse to the streets.
Young Fredo Santana is back with a new music video for the street track “Shit Real” featuring RondoNumbaNine. This one’s all about the drugs and the guns and everything else you’d expect to hear about right now plaguing the inner streets of Chicago. Santana and RondoNumbaNine perform to the camera while they burn down a few blunts and share their tales from the hood.
Former G.O.O.D. Music artist, GLC, is back with a new music video for “Cathedralfied Livin’.” The visual for the Cardo produced song finds the Chicago native performing to the camera in different locations around the city. The rapper serves up some of his street savvy and signature player-like inspired rhymes over a smooth instrumental for a catchy new track.
Beyonce and Hov are, “Drunk In Love,” for her latest single which is showcased on her new self-titled surprise album, BEYONCE. The catchy number finds Queen Bey seducing the camera and playing in the sand along with JAY Z who shows up to deliver an impressive verse. The duo also have fun and get a little raunchy and explicit but in the end it’s always about unconditional love with these two. Check out the new black and white visual from the veteran singer.
2 Chainz takes the honorable route and dedicated his latest music video for “U Da Realest,” to his late friend Puerto Rican Johnny. The visual finds the rapper surrounded by family and friends as he performs to the camera and shows off a Puerto Rican flag or two. Memorial T-shirts are also worn in his honor as 2 Chainz and his crew cook up some BBQ. “U Da Realest” is featured on the rapper’s LP, B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time.
Eminem teased fans with a short preview just the other day and now he unveils the full version of his new music video with Rihanna for, “The Monster.” The track serves as the latest single from Eminem and showcases the Detroit native in a few scenes that represent some memorable moments in his career. Check out Em as he reflects on his past accolades and battles with some of his inner demons on his lastest offering while Rihanna takes the wheel on the chorus.
Eminem is back with a new teaser for his upcoming music video, “The Monster,” featuring pop sensation, Rihanna. The trippy short visual finds Eminem in what looks like to be some type of counseling office as he stares into a tube television and contemplates. There’s also a quick cut to Rihanna who appears to take the roll of a doctor as she evaluates the rapper while he watches clips of some of his biggest accolades in Hip Hop.