Rap’s Hercules

Young Thug has been on  the rise since his arguably audible cadence on Stoner produced by Dun Deal. It was nominated in 2014 for the BET Hip Hop Award for Best Club Banger. Undoubtedly having become an even bigger artist when looking at him now, Young Thug has released an array of impressive mixtapes such as Barter 6, the Slime Season series and I’m Up. Young Thug spent four years … Continue reading Rap’s Hercules

Heathens

Heathens a single by Twenty one Pilot from the motion picture soundtrack for Suicide Squad. Heathens was written and recorded by the duo. It features a dark and vicious hook that demonstrates the demented friends that surround the duo and possible the characters in the film. Mike Elizondo and Tyler Joseph. In the video, Joseph is depicted in Belle Reve a fictional prison from the … Continue reading Heathens

Birds In The Trap Sing with La Flame

Travi$ Scott releases a stunning follow-up to his debut album Rodeo, with Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. Featuring a star-studded Andre 3000, Blac Youngsta, Kid Cudi, NAV, 21 Savage, Kendrick Lamar, Bryson Tiller, Young Thug, Quavo, K. Forrest and The Weeknd. Other contributions include Cassie and Swizz Beatz vocals, the artwork below was shot by Nick Knight, who is known for directing Kanye West’s … Continue reading Birds In The Trap Sing with La Flame

The Freshest Man In Rap drops an intriguing capsule of visuals

Bergie Fresh drops visuals for We Ain’t Never produced by x$ipping and features the Gwan hitmaker, MarazA. The video features the life and times of Bergie Fresh. He take us through his journey to Coke Studios and he brings close friends along for the trip. The visual features cameos of x$ipping and MarazA. The video captures the journey of a young artist on the rise with … Continue reading The Freshest Man In Rap drops an intriguing capsule of visuals

90210 Visuals

Travi$ Scott releases visuals for his single, 90210 off his debut album Rodeo. 90210 features La Flame as the figurine on the cover for his much anticipated debut release. The visuals where directed by Hype Williams. The artistic piece features Scottie walking around in a deserted city where he meets an unidentified female who he smokes weed with and eventually has sex with. The visual … Continue reading 90210 Visuals

Society & Hip Hop

Other than being a braggadocios genre that involves boasting one’s wealth, jewelry, cars and women. Many times than ever, Hip Hop has been a vital tool and the lifeline of communicating social issues regardless of how the message would be presented. YG and Kendrick Lamar exemplify this clearly. YG dropped the fiery “FDT (F*ck Donald Trump)” featuring Nipsey Hussle as a stance against the presidential … Continue reading Society & Hip Hop

Q

Schoolboy Q has released an array of impressive music videos and a short film this year in preparation of his album, Blank Face LP release. Groovy Q released Groovy Tony produced by Tae Beast, a visual that features Q as a villainous and gangster persona. The record itself is gritty and dark with the visuals matching the tone of the record, this has to be … Continue reading Q

Priddy Ugly’s ‘Hunnids’ a visual treatment

Never one to disappoint, Priddy Ugly drops off a stunning visual for Hunnids off YDKMY. Featuring insane angles and expensive visuals matching the entire vibe of the record. If you follow Priddy Ugly’s music, you only associate an artist of his magnitude with quality audio and visuals. The editing of Hunnids visuals reminds me of Bel El Be‘s work on Young Thug‘s visuals. Spotting a … Continue reading Priddy Ugly’s ‘Hunnids’ a visual treatment

Fresh Prince of Bel Air vs Martin

This is probably an exhausted debate as it has been going on for a very, very, should I reiterate, very long time. Martin and The Fresh Prince of Bel Air are still compared and debated. Personally, Martin was the funnier comedy but Fresh Prince was a better presented comedy. The Fresh Prince of Bel Air always had an array of colourful and inviting sets for the show … Continue reading Fresh Prince of Bel Air vs Martin