GOD DAMN IT YELA THIS SHIT IS FIRE!

Monster Energy’s Ding met up with Colson Baker aka “Machine Gun Kelly” to get a tour of his home in Los Angeles & see what he’s been up to including his role as Tommy Lee in the upcoming release of the Mötley Crüe biopic “The Dirt”.

Post Malone’s music video for “Wow.” stays true to its title. “Kind of” directed by James DeFina, the video displays the simple concept of the artist’s life on tour but embellishes it with cameos from stars like DJ Khaled and the Red Hot Chili Peppers.

Following the success of Bandersnatch — Netflix‘s first interactive instalment of Black Mirror — the popular streaming service and production house is now debuting its first-ever interactive series with the help of ex-SAS serviceman, outdoor survival expert and TV personality, Bear Grylls.

This is a tale of a map, buried treasure and a plan. Fueled by a combination of desperation and blissful ignorance, a plan is hatched to retrieve a mythical $2-million stash of cocaine buried in the Caribbean.

Such a lyricist he couldn’t properly mumble rap

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ScHoolboy Q dropped the music video for his latest track, “Numb Numb Juice,” which is directed by Dave Free and Jack Begert. Tyler the Creator makes a cameo in the video, while ScHoolboy Q is all the way turned up in his first solo offering since his 2016 album, Blank Face.

Atlanta rapper, GQ alumnus and Most Expensivest Sh*t star 2 Chainz brought his traveling jewelry set with him.

Dave is currently preparing for the release of his debut album and to keep the momentum going, the south London rapper has unveiled the video for a brand-new single entitled “Streatham”. On his new tune, Dave jumps on a hard-hitting instrumental and uses his cold mic skills to shed light on his hometown of “Streatham”. The visuals portray a massive homecoming for the rapper as he brings out his squad and some fast whips to race around the area.

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Yelawolf’s “Bloody Sunday” might come advertised as something of a warmup session the album he’s about to drop, but don’t kid yourself, there’s a whole lot more going on here. For starters, Yelawolf, under the character set of “Catfish Billy,” takes on MGK, Post Malone and G-Eazy, this track is fire!

Murda Beatz went from being a small town kid from Canada, to one of raps most prolific and sought after producers. This past summer we sent him out on tour with a camcorder and no rules to capture his new life at the center of the hip-hop game

It is suggested that, This all started in 1993. There was an attempt by Evan Chandler to procure funds from Michael Jackson to pursue his screenwriting dreams. When Michael does not comply, Evan seeks out a private attorney and publicly makes the accusation that Michael molested his son. Is this all bat shit crazy?

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Florida rapper Ski Mask The Slump God already boasts over 43 million streams of his single “Faucet Failure” on Spotify and now he’s released a visual for his popular track. Directed and edited by Cole Bennett, the music video is a colorful, yet minimalist, psychedelic explosion…and there’s definitely an ostrich.

J. Cole must know a good taxidermist. Who else would cut off three SoundCloud rapper’s heads and mount them on a wall with gold plates reading, “Your Favorite Rapper,” “This Could Be You” and “Ask For A Feature?” An insane person in the surrealist world of the “Middle Child” video, that’s who.