Eminem’s content kamikaze assault continues with the release of his Machine Gun Kelly diss track, “Killshot.” Earlier this month, after getting dissed on Eminem’s Kamikaze, MGK released “Rap Devil,” which found the Cleveland rapper claiming Em tried to blackball him from the music industry after he tweeted about his daughter, Hailie, being “hot as fuck” in 2012. On “Killshot,” Em takes Kelly to task for a variety of things including him sporting a man bun and his choice of breakfast food.

YG has shared the video for “Bulletproof,” the latest visual from his 2018 album Stay Dangerous. The black and white video stars Jay 305 but acts ostensibly as a way for YG to goad 6ix9ine, with whom he clashed on social media earlier this year.

Eminem discussed the surprise nature of new album Kamikaze, plus the criticism from fans of his previous albums that led him to make the record, in the first part of an interview with Sway. You can check out the 12-minute clip now. If you love, you can listen to the entire thing!

Gorillaz have shared a clip for “Tranz,” continuing a run of very enjoyable music videos from the cartoon band’s new album The Now Now. 2D, Noodle, Russell, and Ace perform the catchy synth-pop song in a cybernetic void that gets more and more loopy as the song progresses.

Eminem has shared yet another visual from his new album Kamikaze, releasing the music video for “Lucky You”. The clip features an appearance from Joyner Lucas, who also delivers a verse on the track, and sees the two rappers in a run-down town, running away from hooded figures with blood-red eyes.

T.I. is releasing a new album Dime Trap this year, and has already shared two singles: “Wraith,” featuring Yo Gotti, and “Jefe” with Meek Mill, the latter of which now has a video. Both artists oversee a bloody Day of the Dead celebration, totally nonplussed by the surrounding shootings. Perhaps they can’t hear the gunshots over Bangladesh’s mariachi inspired beat.

Nicki Minaj just capped off a pretty dramatic last few days with a bit of fun. The rapper dropped the video for “Barbie Dreams” tonight, following the few harsh words she had for Cardi B following their physical confrontation over the weekend. But the video features little sign that the rapper is anything but jovial, because how can you be mad when there are puppets?

People are calling EarthGang the new Outkast, and 10 seconds into this clip you will understand why. They are very unique, but still carry familiar flavours that fans already know and love. The “Colors” studio offers a minimalistic stage to shine a spotlight on the artists and give them the opportunity to present their music without distraction.

Each Monday we bring you a random selection of tunes to help you start the week off right. Make a music selection by leaving a comment below and we will add it to next week’s selection. Hope everyone enjoys the tunes.

Hitman’s just trying to blend in so he can get closer to his target. If this ain’t a Fortnite dance by next week I’ll be pissed.

The video opens with the Quincy’s Car Wash manager, Ricky, explaining to a customer that he would be leaving the shop for a brief period of time to attend to some self-care needs. That’s when the Portland native Aminé and the group of girls turn the business operation into a party.

“I Love It” features a monologue by comedian Adele Givens, who also appears in the clip. The video was executive produced by renowned director Spike Jonze, who has collaborated with Kanye West on numerous projects throughout his career.

Earlier this month YG dropped his third solo project Stay Dangerous. The highly anticipated project followed his My Krazy Life and Still Brazy albums from 2014 and 2016 respectively. Today the “Bompton” representative released a 20-minute documentary named after his recent LP capturing the true meaning behind his team’s “Stay Dangerous” motto. Photo via the super talented @michael_schmelling.

Distorted bass guitar, crisp god-like drumming, dark washes of synth all as frontman Tyler Joseph builds from a near-whisper to a full-throated scream to an atmospheric falsetto. What’s not to like? “This song is insane. What’s your favourite new Twenty One Pilots song so far?” – @mattmcguiredrums.

English grime artist, rapper, songwriter, record producer and music video director – Skepta teams up with one of Africa’s biggest international music exports and Africa’s starboy – Wizkid to bring to us this chilled vibe titled “Energy” , produced by Sarz.

Wise words from West Coast rapper YG: “You gotta look like a snack. You gotta smell like a snack.” Check out YG’s 10 essentials that he can’t live without.

Fed up with the criticism, Eminem tosses his phone and begins to roam the streets, but he soon finds himself running from a shadowy figure that’s crawled out of a tablet. The clip ends with the spectre cornering Eminem and leaping into his body. Ostensibly possessed by the spirit, the rapper leaps out the window of a building, but manages to land on his feet.

Well, we all knew it would only be a matter of time before Machine Gun Kelly would fire back at G-Eazy and Eminem for their diss tracks against him. Today, the Cleveland rapper unveiled his response to Eminem in his new track, “Rap Devil,” a single that seems to be a nod to Em’s 2013 song “Rap God.”