Sci-Fi meets Breaking Bad in Twista’s music video for his new single, “Beast,” featured on his upcoming EP, Back to The Basics. The visual finds the Chicago rapper dropping rhymes at the speed of light while decked out in a hazmat suit. Images of planets, formulas and space also appear in quick transitions while the lyricist shows off some his science inspired wordplay. Twista’s new music video is definitely worth a view.
Mobb Deep MC Havoc links up with Chicago’s Twista for a new music video for “Eyes Open” featured on Hav’s new 13 LP. The street track finds both artists lacing their bars with rhymes centered around the troubles of the streets. Take a look at the latest visual offering from Havoc above which keeps things relatively simple and showcases both MC’s performing to the cameras at different locations around the city.
Jeremih drops his latest visual for “Battle Of The Bands” featuring fellow Chicago native Twista. Featured on Funkmaster Flex’s Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself? mixtape, the flashy music video finds both artists living it up and partying inside a club with plenty of bad ones, bottle service and hookahs. Check out the visual below.
Tony Yayo is still kickin’ around and links up with Chicago emcee Twista for his new single “Girlfriend” off his upcoming Godfather of The Ghetto mixtape. The new song finds an auto-tuned Yayo rappin’ dropping honest bars about his overwhelming love for the cash rather than a relationship and his commitment to the hustle. Twista follows suit and rides the beat on point in familiar high speed fashion.
Take a listen to Twista’s second single “Throwin My Money” which will be available on his upcoming project The Dark Horse. R Kelly is featured on the new single.
The Chi-town lyricist comes through and delivers his latest visuals for his single “A.D.I.D.A.S” which will be featured on his upcoming album The Dark Horse. Adidas had a hand and worked with Twista in putting this together in preparation for the album which will be available on April 22. This is like one big commercial. There’s so many different styles and colorways promoted all over the place.