A$AP Ferg decides to perform at his buddy DJ Whoo Kid’s birthday party held at Greenhouse in New York. Watch as Ferg rocks the small and intimate spot with some of his popular hits like “Work” and “Shabba.” The visual also has some random visuals from the night’s festivities which also include Whoo Kid spinning for club-goers at his own function.
Project Pat keeps the momentum going with visuals and delivers another one today for the ratchet cut titled “Work.” Follow Pat around his city as the rapper performs to the camera at different locations and encourages viewers to get up and get after the almighty dollar. With a few large stacks of cash wrapped in rubber bands in hand, Pat drops street bars focused on the different means he uses to make money like prostitution and selling drugs. ”Work” is featured on Project Pats Cheese-N-Dope 2 mixtape.
Before jumping into his hit new single “Collard Greens,” ScHoolboy Q decided to treat the hyped crowd to a performance of his standout verse on A$AP Ferg’s official “Work Remix.” Watch as the California native turns up the energy at Los Angeles’ The Belasco Theater.
The Australian beauty keeps the momentum going for her new single “Work” by delivering the official remix version featuring MMG artist Wale. Over an infectious instrumental, Iggy Azalea spits about her hustle and putting in the necessary work to get her career into a position to win. The fun and catchy song is already a commercial success and is quickly growing in popularity within the states. If you haven’t seen the music video for “work” be sure to take a look and grab an eye full of Iggy and her assets as she struts her stuff around rural America.
Though Young Scooter remains behind bars for violating his parole, the ATL rapper keeps the new music and visual coming with “Work” featuring Gucci Mane who is no stranger to the prison system himself. In conjunction with World Star Hip Hop, The “Colombia” rapper debuts his latest music video and brings fans along for a glimpse into his underworld office equipped with stacks of cash, cough syrup, Styrofoam double cups, plenty of smoke, and of course every boss needs his loyal goons by his side. Look out for Scooter’s mixtape Cell Block To Your Block dropping soon.