Critically acclaimed rapper Papoose releases his latest project “Underrated”. Think Pap got lost it because he’s on VH1? Go ahead and #PRESSPLAY with this stream via Spotify!
Troy Ave isn’t immune to controversy and confrontation. With the amount legal battles, beefs (industry & in the streets), and more problems, Troy has still been releasing a constant stream of music. Never one to hold his tongue, he continues to address the issues in his life through his music. With the release of his latest visual, “Streets Is A Myth”, he makes it known that he has a completely different out look on what the streets mean to him. The video is computer animated and features caricatures of few faces that you should know. #PRESSPLAY
Blueface is one of the newest break out rap artist from the West Coast. Being the first artist to release music on Cash Money West, a division of the established Cash Money Records ran by Birdman and Slim Williams, his single “Thotiana” has been garnering a buzz. With the attention on him, the best move would be to get a remix with a female rapper to round out the theme of the track. And why not grab a feature with the currently hottest female rapper at that?! With a Grammy victory freshly acquired, Cardi B fits the bill. WIth the release of this video coming less than a week after her win, the timing is perfect to push this remix! #PRESSPLAY
21 Savage was arrested on Feb. 3 2019 by ICE. He allegedly has a visa that has been expired since 2006. It is said that he is facing deportation to the United Kingdom. #PRESSPLAY
Devil’s Food is the first video off Supreme D’s new project: Undeniable Sophisticated Street Rap (U.S.S.R) Directed by Paris Marley & Supreme D Beat by Clint Easwood
21 Savage releases the visual to his collaboration with J.Cole, “alot”. The track is insightful and introspective so fittingly, the video has a relfective vibe centered around family and the struggles that are faced by its members. Listen to the official audio of “a lot” by 21 Savage ft. J. Cole http://smarturl.it/iam.iwas
Hip Hop artist/activist Killer Mike has started off the year of 2019 WINNING! With the release of his social experiment docu-series “Trigger Warning” on Netflix, he has sparked dialogue among the culture and gained critical acclaim. With ideas like helping the Crips and Bloods create a product to got into legitimate business, his show is forward thinking visual with a shock value after taste. He stopped by the Breakfast Club and spoke with the crew about his views and more . This already viral interview is a much watch! #PRESSPLAY
Lil Wayne had a welcoming comeback to the game in 2018 with the release of his long awaited album, “Tha Carter V”. One of the prime features included on the album is “Don’t Cry” with late rapper XXXtentacion. XXXtentacion was shot and killed in his car during a robbery back in June of 2018. His death swept the hip hop community by storm and had many in shock. The visual to his featured track with Lil Wayne was released a day before his 21st birthday (January 23, 1998) and pays tribute to him with flashes of videos and pictures from his perfomances. RIP XXXtentacion #PRESSPLAY