Killa Cam stays busy and drops some new heat for the streets with a freestyle over Drake’s “We Made It” instrumental. Take a listen as the Harlem bred emcee has some fun on the bouncy instrumental and drops some braggadocios rhymes for the listeners.
Rick Ross decides to hit the fair with Fat Trel in his latest music video for his “Bound 2 Freestyle.” The visual showcases Rozay snapping a few pictures with fans and performing to the camera while leaned up against his fancy ride. Check out the boss in action as he makes sure to give the fans something new while they patiently for the release of his upcoming LP, Mastermind, which has been pushed back for a March 4 release.
Rick Ross kicks off the new year with a dope new freestyle over Kanye West’s, “Bound 2,” instrumental. The MMG general shows off his lyrical skills and effortlessly rides the beat with his boss lingo. Yeezy comes back in towards the end to close things out but not before Ross serves up an impressive remix.
Yo Gotti does it big and balls out on the official remix to, “Lebron James,” along with MMG’s Meek Mill. Take a listen as Gotti and Meek drop plenty of drug infused lines and boastful bars about their lavish lifestyles all over the high energy track. The CMG CEO’s latest offering is all about his boss status in the streets and makin’ moves all for the love of cash. Yo Gotti’s I Am album is currently available in stores.
Young Scooter and Plies combine forces on their new collaborative street remix for, “Fake Gold.” Scooter goes in over a pounding instrumental that’s backed by some haunting synths and drops catchy bars as he takes it upon himself to call out artists with fake gold chains. Take a listen as the duo boast about their lavish lifestyles and expensive habits for buying the finest jewelry. Fans of Young Scooter can look forward to the rapper’s latest offering, Street Lottery 2, to drop on January 1.
50 Cent jump on SZA’s, “Teen Spirit,” for an official remix and shoots an accompanying piece for her latest music video. Check out the New York rapper do his thing over the slow and hypnotizing instrumental. TDE’s SZA has been busy as of late with new music and trippy visuals as she gears up to release her upcoming project.
French director, Mikael Colombu, delivers a new trippy music video for Drake’s “We’ll be Fine.” Back in January, Colombu teased viewers with a preview and now the finalized version has surfaced for our viewing pleasure. The visual appears to be inspired by sci-fi and sports plenty of crazy effects that is sure to have fans wanting more. A classical grand opera by Verdi titled, “Don Carlo,” serves as the soundtrack and really compliments everything that is going on aesthetically.