Oliver Tree has shared an accompanying music video for his latest single, “Bury Me Alive.” The four-minute visual, supposedly directed by Tree himself on a $6 USD budget, sees the artist sporting his iconic bowl cut and pink, purple and yellow track jacket. Strolling along railroad tracks, he performs the song with a pair of red sunglasses and face prosthetics.

The visual comes courtesy of THE REST and A$AP Mob’s AWGE, and is as jarring as one can expect from slowthai. There’s a circle of terrified people pointing guns at each other, a face full of cigarettes, painful dentistry, and more.

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Joyner Lucas paid tribute to Will Smith with his track “Will” earlier this year, and now he’s got none other than Will Smith himself for the remix. After Joyner Lucas shared the video for the ADHD single, Will personally posted a clip on his Instagram to say how much he appreciated the tribute. He was clearly impressed with the track, and now fans are eating up his latest return to the world of rap.

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Tie your shoes, loose tooth, blue suit in the booth. Back to bat matte mint St. Patrick’s day coupe. Talking MacGregor Blue Tooth, who you talking to?
‘Bout the Colossus of clout, couchsurfing from Beirut….argh, sorry, what?

You’re tripping in the woods. It’s a peaceful hike so far. 3 hours into it and the psychedelics are really kicking in…you walk through a clearing and about 100 feet away this is what you see.

Cinco de Mayo falls on a Tuesday this year, and I didn’t even realize it until Migos dropped their new song. The auspiciously timed track is called “Taco Tuesday”, and you can watch it after the jump.

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Can you believe that Tekashi 6ix9ine is coming back to music at a time when we’re all basically glued to the internet? The rapper, still adjusting to home confinement after receiving an early release from prison, has already dropped a new song and music video, “Gooba.” It’s his first track since his 2018 debut, Dummy Boy. “Gooba” doesn’t directly address his arrest, cooperation with the federal government, or his three-day snitch fest last year, but does make it very clear that he hates clout chasers. The colorful video features the rapper in full 6ix9ine glory, dyed hair hanging low, with a video vixen for every color of the rainbow. Wonder how his judge is going to react to it?

Mt. Druitt’s most infamous drill crew have linked up with a member of A$AP Mob.

YG makes his return with his latest single, “Laugh Now Kry Later,” which also happens to have a music video. “This song is the title track from my upcoming album Laugh Now Kry Later. There’s more heat coming when we’re back outside again, but wanted to give my fans something to vibe to while we’re all inside,” YG said of the release. “Stay home, stay safe, and stay dangerous.

D Smoke is sharing a new video for “Lights On,” a collaboration with his brother SiR taken from his Black Habits album. Directed by Jack Begert (Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock), the new visual stars Issa Rae as a gun-handy stripper is a story played out backwards. The video also stars actor Danny Trejo and South Central rapper G Perico.

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Now some seven years later, 50 Cent has dropped the version that only him and Wiz ended up shooting, sans Chief Keef, on his official YouTube page. The duo smoke and drive dune buggies somewhere out in the California desert, ultimately making the best out of an unexpected on-set situation. Back in 2012, 50 Cent was quick to shoot down any chance of releasing the video or working with the young Chicago rapper again, tweeting, “Chief Keef didn’t show up to his own video. I never saw anything like this on the first song… it’s not funny. Chief Keef didn’t sell any records yet. They will pull the plug on him.”

Even with the current coronavirus quarantines restricting everyday life, Rich Brian is still managing to have some fun with his friends. For his latest “BALI” music video with Guapdad 4000, Brian has taken to the skies, delivering some of his closest friends and collaborators gifts via drone.

Lil Wayne shares his skateboarding highlight reel in a new video for two Funeral tracks, “Piano Trap” and “Not Me.”

Roses are red, Violets are blue, There is always a cute little asian, who is better than you.