The Valentin Petit-directed video was shot in Harlem and finds Ferg spitting the track as he rides his signature Redline BMX-style bike alongside a clew of other riders who pull off some stunning tricks as they fly down the New York City streets. After a long day’s riding, the clip closes with scenes from a raucous house party.

The three-and-a-half-minute clip references a handful of classic films to which the duo can be seen portraying various characters such as bored office workers, avid gym goers, sailers, astronauts as la Matt Damon’s role in 2015 film The Martian, and much more. Scott even plays the role of Edward Scissorhands as a dentist. Ed then channels the 2000 film Snatch, before the pair finish the video off eating fries in a diner. In terms of the track, “Antisocial” features more of a hip-hop side of Ed fans have yet to hear from him before.

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Billie Eilish is literally living out her dreams, enlisting Justin Bieber — an artist she’s long admired — for the remix to her “Bad Guy” record while at 2pm NF dropped his latest visual for his song Time. Watch And Listen and Enjoy!

Mustard, Quavo, YG and Meek Mill throw a bonkers house party in the video for their collaboration, “100 Bands.” The Colin Tilley-directed clip was filmed and black-and-white and features the producer and three MCs enjoying a wild rave-up in a small house where there’s a litany of dancers, a constant downpour of $100 bills and — to cap it all off — a couple of stripper poles in the front yard.

Following A$AP Rocky’s detainment in Stockholm, Sweden for his alleged involvement in a street brawl, recent reports revealed that the rapper is being held in “horrific” and “inhumane” conditions at a detention centre.

Fresh off an appearance on G-Eazy’s B-Sides EP, Tyga is revisiting his latest studio album, Legendary, for his latest visual release. Notably, Tyga is serving up a new clip for one of Legendary‘s hard-hitting opening salvos, “Lightskin Lil Wayne.” Put together by Arrad and Tyga himself, the vignette for “Lightskin Lil Wayne” unfolds as a tribute to Lil Wayne and is made up of scenes that take their inspiration from Weezy’s most recognizable music videos, such as his visuals for “Lollipop” and “A Milli.”

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Post Malone closed out Fourth of July with his new single “Goodbyes” featuring Young Thug. Shortly after, he dropped the video. The 23-year-old rapper/singer announced the record’s release via Instagram this week. Posty shared a promotional poster for “Goodbyes” with the phrase, “Too much pleasure is pain.” The art also listed Thugger under his legal name, Jeffery Williams, as well production credits for Brian Lee and Louis Bell.

A$AP Ferg says he is inspired by his hometown neighborhood of Harlem, and it’s not hard to see why. See what 24 hours in the rapper’s life looks like, from getting a pedicure at his favorite local nail salon to popping wheelies on the corner.

Snoop Dogg is giving thanks…to himself. The West Coast veteran is back with his new single “I Wanna Thank Me,” which also serves as the title track from his upcoming album. The Battlecat production was inspired by his viral speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November.

Cyrus conceptualized the clip with director, Alexandre Moors, and the video splices footage of the pop star performing “Mother’s Daughter” with cheeky images that celebrate the female and gender-non-conforming body in all its forms. The clip features an array of guests including models Aaron Philip and Casil McArthur, skateboarder Lacey Baker, dancer Amazon Ashley, actress Angelina Duplisea, 11-year-old activist Mari Copeny and Cyrus’ own mother, Tish Cyrus.

Stricagnoli not only simultaneously played the melody and bass line with each of his hands, but whistled clearly and in tune at the end.

Michigan rapper NF has dropped another incredible track from his forthcoming album, The Search. Watch NF refuse to give up on his childhood dream in his latest track, “When I Grow Up”

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When things don’t go according to plan, sometimes you’re forced to improvise. That’s exactly what Logic did for the “Homicide” music video

Schoolboy Q is a five-time Grammy-nominated, platinum-selling artist. Every album he drops is a marquee event in hip-hop, and his most recent release, “CrasH Talk,” is no different. But how is he with spicy food? Find out as the L.A.-bred emcee discusses his love of golf, his disdain for “Pokemon rap,” and his favorite shabby-shabu restaurant. As the Scovilles crank, the animal hat comes off, the sweats starts pouring, and Schoolboy earns newfound levels of respect for YG and Sean Evans.

In the racy three-and-a-half-minute music video, Cardi B kicks things off by making out with another female, participating in a threesome and going almost full-frontal as she tells the camera and all her haters that “Cardi don’t need more press.” Cardi also finds herself being interrogated by cops and fighting off her hoards of fans and admirers. Watch the NSFW video directed by long time collaborator Jora Frantzis above.