All My Friends – Snake Hips featuring Tinashe and Chance The Rapper
This song was the perfect anthem for a Friday and Saturday night. With 38 millions views on Youtube, there is no doubt that this song has hit the cord with a partying audience.
This song came out last year and it was perfect for the any and every weekend vibe.
The song produced by Snake Hips features the vocal talents of singer Tinashe and the rap word play from Chance The Rapper. Tinashe does an amazing vocal performance on this song. Her voice worked perfectly with the instrumental and also matched the theme of the song.
Chance The Rapper does a surprisingly distinctive verse on the song. It wasn’t the usual rap verse expected from most rappers. The verse from Chance demonstrates his versatility on across different genres.
Snake Hips gets 5 out of 5 from us!
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DJ Khaled – Im The One featuring Justin Bieber, Quavo, Chance The Rapper and Lil Wayne.
This hit record from DJ Khaled features the most talked about artists in 2017.
Justin Bieber demonstrates why he is much loved by his fans, with his vocal input on the chorus.
Quavo has been talked about much recently due to the claims that he will be leaving Migos, but there is no surprise with the amount of catchy verses he has been dropping on the features he has been on. Brrp brrp all angles…
Chance The Rapper does what he is known for, with his cunning and witty lyrics he adds a different perspective to the theme of the song and allows the audience to understand what a typical ‘good guy’ thinks. With artist like Quavo and Lil Wayne, a less ‘hood’/’street’ guy voice is needed.
Lil Wayne states it all in his verse. He is a legend. For the record he did know DJ Khaled when he first started as an actual DJ.
It’s refreshing to hear Chance and Lil Wayne on the record again. Even more so with Quavo and Justin Bieber. Even with the added auto tune.
This track is off the next album from DJ Khaled titled Grateful. As expected DJ Khaled’s son Ashad is also in the video briefly.
You have probably seen the video already, but do yourself the biggest favour and watch it again!
G Frsh gone?… for now?
Its been 7 months since G Frsh has released his visually entertaining single Yeah, with a snap chat themed video. The song is another of G Frsh’s ways of flexing his lyrical versatility.
But, since then there has not been any new music from the London based rapper. G Frsh has been seen working and partying with Disturbing London’s Tinie Tempah and Wiz Kid at their concerts and events. He has been seen with Yung Bane who is a new artist, at concerts. It does seems that G Frsh has taken on a managerial role in developing the new artist.
This raises questions about new music from G Frsh, his recent project Alfie did so well!
Fans are eager to hear more from G Frsh as his known for other themed songs and projects.
G Frsh has been in the scene for the last 7 years with an impressive collection of songs, visuals, and online freestyles. G Frsh is also known for mixtapes and projects such as Lego Man: Wheres My Brick, Lego Man 2 and Purgatory.
Although there hasn’t been any new music from him, we hope that he returns soon with some more word play!
This 46 minute video highlights the growth of the Grime scene and the Rap / Drill / Trap music in London.
Directed by Nathan Miller, the documentary demonstrates the journey that UK Grime, Rap and Hip Hop has taken since the early 90s.
There is a vast array of artist, legendary and new that appear in the documentary. Each artist explains their journey so far, their experiences and their inspirations. Artists include Teflon Don, J Hus and 67. The documentary interviews artists and follows them throughout their shows and events. This documentary is very much as it provides an insight into the voices of the artists and how they see the UK music scene.
Check it out and let you know what you think!
At 24 years old, It looks like Miley is done with her hip hop phase, wrecking balls and grillz as she goes back to her country roots in the new single ‘Malibu’.
Miley has recently stated that she is cleaning up her acts as she had stopped smoking weed and that she is reinventing herself as a songwriter. The song has received a lot of criticism with reviews saying there is nothing special about the song and it has been described as her talking-singing.
She stated that fiance Liam was a big influence behind her new music with her thanking Liam in the song for saving her.
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A tribute to King Push (Pusha T)
When kilos came…
Pusha T is arguably one of the greatest lyricists in the rap game. A living legend no doubt!
Theres no argument as to why he was made the President of GOOD Music by Kanye West in 2015.
Former half of the great rap duo Clipse. The Clipse are known for their hits Grindin’ in 2002, Mr Me Too in 2006 from their album ‘Hell Hath No Fury’ and Keys Open Doors in 2006. The tag team eventually broke up because No Malice felt that he no longer wanted to be continuously observed by the police.
Pusha T has had a successful solo career in contrast to his group career wth his brother. His best known his hip hop projects Wrath of Cocaine in 2013, My Name is My Name in 2013 and Fear of God 2 in 2011. Pusha T has many hits such as Numbers on The Board, Drug Dealers Anonymous feat. Jay Z, Sweet Serenade feat. Chris Brown, Nosetalgia feat. Kendrick Lamar, King Push and M.P.A.
Pusha T is also an entrepreneur ($15 Million net worth), dabbling in his clothing label, Play Cloth, whilst maintaining a historic rap career.
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‘Light’ by Big Sean
In a powerful video confronting the terrible violence and cultural and racial, tension which is current in the USA. The song itself features singer Jeremih, although he didn’t actually feature in the video. The Sean don only makes a minimal appearance throughout, to allow focus on the events in the visual.
The video was directed by Lawrence Lamont and it showcases three scenes depicting the issues in the USA. The scenes consist of a child caught in the middle of a gang shootout, African-American teenagers shot by police and a woman in a hijab who was stabbed on the street. After each incident, a light shines on the victims and Sean walks them to a van like as if he was an angel.
Regarding the video, Sean tweeted saying:
‘A loaded mind is more dangerous than a loaded weapon’
He also went on to say ‘but when I wrote this song, it was to reassure myself that no matter what happens, they can’t take away our souls’.
Kid Ink is ready for Summer
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Kid Ink and Ty Dolla Sign teamed up in the new video for ‘F with U’. In the bright and colourful video, the men are surrounded with beautiful women at a pool party.
This video certainly gets us summer ready as the ladies flaunt around in their swim wears with everyone having a good time whilst police officers try to shut down the party as one of them ends up being thrown in the pool.
Check out the video below and leave us a comment!
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The visual for Lethal Bizzle’s single ‘I win’ from his EP has been released and we are loving it!
The song opens up with Skepta and the video shows the two London rappers in what looks like a top gear inspired video. The two artists are accompanied by fellow motorcyclists who stunt throughout the video. The stunting continued with Bizzle in a Lamborghini and Skepta having several outfit changes and a very noticable diamond grill.
Check out the two grime icons and share your thoughts.
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This video was directed by Benny Boom. The track by Nicki Minaj features Drake and Lil Wayne.
Parts of the video was shot in London, UK where Nicki is shown in front of the famous Big Ben and other London attractions. The visual was carried out during Nick’s fashion week adventures. In her scene with Drake, they are both shown in the club and later with Wayne inside a castle type building, then the visual shows Nicki sat on the throne along with Wayne.
Nicki looked beautiful as always, in many outfit changes during the visual but her hairstyle remained the same.
We didn’t think Nicki was going to release a visual to this song due to the backlash that it received. It is well known that she responds for Remy Ma in her first verse. A lot of people were expecting more of a repsonse from Nicki Minaj as she is known for her word play and flow, especially in songs like Monster, Moment 4 Life, I am Your Leader and Dungeon Dragon.
Check it out and let us know what you think!