Joey Bada$$ is set to release his long awaited debut album B4.DA.$$ (see cover & track list) on Jan. 20. Guest appearances include BJ The Chicago Kid, Raury, Action Bronson and Elle Varner.
Despite the leak earlier this week, 2014 Forest Hills Drive continues to build buzz amid protest following the Eric Garner verdict.
In the wake of national protest over the deaths of Mike Brown and Eric Garner, Alicia Keys remains consistent in her recent wave of conscious music and urges a call for divine intervention in “We Gotta Pray.”
Following the grand jury decisions in the cases of Michael Brown and Eric Garner, Uncle Murda and Maino take to the streets to debut the visual for their collaboration “Hands Up.”
With his Out of This World EP underway, Diggy Simmons drops a video to his track “Honestly.”
Following his diss track to former collaborator, Key!, OG Maco stirs up some more trouble by calling out Beyoncé for biting his concept in her new “7/11” visual.
The complete video for Beyoncé’s chilling track, Haunted, which soundtracks the sexy Fifty Shades of Grey trailer, is now available for the public’s viewing pleasure.
Old school meets new school in MC Lyte’s newly-premiered music video for “Ball,” which features none other than Lil Mama herself.
Joe Budden can see the writings on the wall — literally, in his emotionally-charged video for “Ordinary Love Sh*t Pt. 4.”
Birdman, Rich Homie Quan and Young Thug continue to roll out their fresh material with a brand new video for “Flava,” which lives on Rich Gang: Tha Tour Part 1.
Joell Ortiz has got the answers in the official video for “Q&A,” which follows one quarter of Slaughterhouse from the subway to the interrogation room.
In a perfect world, the art of staying woke–being aware of the events transpiring in the–world would be a global practice. Since that isn’t the case, Dreamville’s own Bas challenges listeners to “be alert” in the visual for “Mook In New Mexico.”
Everyone loves a Fat Joe and Jennifer Lopez collabo, right? As promised, the Bronx duo deliver a proper visual for “Stessin’.”
Common has a shiny new record deal with Def Jam and he just dropped a new video for his latest single, “Kingdom,” featuring Vince Staples.
Kanye West isn’t promoting his new album, Yeezus, in traditional ways, but he’s still marketing it as much as he can. The G.O.O.D. Music rapper reportedly shot an American Psycho themed video this past weekend for one of the project’s songs.
In honor of Eminem’s 40th (damn, 40th?) birthday, Hip-Hop Wired is taking a look back at the amazing career of one Marshall Mathers. You can go on for days talking about the man’s lyrical accolades, but Shady has also been behind some of the greatest music videos in Hip-Hop history.