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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.

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.

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.

“ ELVIS MESSY “ freestyle live now .. full length making of video link in the bio …. shot and edited by the legend @garrett.riker !! .. featuring my brother @kleversworld and produced by @briantheproducer__ !!! this was literally written , recorded , shot and edited yesterday .. I may have the quickest squad on the planet ..

Based on Mötley Crüe’s 2001 best-selling autobiography, The Dirt is an unflinching and uncensored story about sex, drugs, rock ‘n roll, fame, and the high price of excess. Director Jeff Tremaine (JACKASS co-creator, BAD GRANDPA) shows us just how Nikki Sixx (Douglas Booth), Mick Mars (Iwan Rheon), Tommy Lee (Colson Baker), and Vince Neil (Daniel Webber) took Mötley Crüe from the Sunset Strip to the world stage, and what it meant to become the world’s most notorious rock band.

Fresh off dropping “Please Me” with Bruno Mars, Cardi B has hopped on a new remix for Blueface’s “Thotiana.” The Best Rap Album winner and Los Angeles rapper also shared the Cole Bennett-directed video for the track that premiered Saturday.

We’ve been craving some new Terror Reid tunes, and he’s delivered with “Buried Alive” featuring Eliozie. It is everything we love about the project plus a music video that tells exactly the story you’d expect from the track’s title. His flow is impeccable and the beat is suited to match.

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.

“You really ain’t banging, really ain’t slanging / Talking that shit but this life can get dangerous / I keep the stainless, leave your ass brainless / My life is painless, I’m rich and famous,” Juicy J raps, delivering some menacing shit-talk. “You ain’t no Blood and you ain’t no Crip / Ain’t got no drugs to make you no flip / You like the softest n***a in the clique / You like a pistol just without a clip / You ain’t from the hood, you ain’t get that out the mud / You ain’t come up off them drugs, and that’s understood / Man I wish these n***as would, toss ‘em in the firewood.”

After the surprise announcement of Offset’s anticipated debut solo album last week, the Migos star has now released the lead single and video for the Metro Boomin-produced “Red Room.” Offset’s story is nothing short of tantalising — the Atlanta trap-star escaped death in March of 2014 after being involved in a shooting outside Miami, and again months later after being targeted in an ongoing street war with fellow ATL rappers. Just last year, the young star once again evaded death’s grip when he was hospitalised after being involved in a brutal car crash.

ZillaKami and SosMula descend back into urban heaven/hell in druggy visual

There’s a few things you can expect whenever Tyga is dropping a music video. For starters, you know right off the bat that there will be a lot of ass. It’s pretty much a given that Tyga will get like a hundred women to have a twerking challenge in the background of his video.

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.

Hitmaker Mike WiLL Made-It was tapped to curate and executive produce the soundtrack for Creed II. Back in November, he dropped the song “Runnin” featuring A$AP Rocky, A$AP Ferg, and Nicki Minaj. Now, the producer has unleashed an action-packed music video for the dynamic track. The original motion picture soundtrack is loaded with a star-studded roster of guests including Lil Wayne, Nas, Bon Iver, Vince Staples, J. Cole, 2 Chainz, Rae Sremmurd, and more.

Meek Mill and Drake have shared the official video for “Going Bad,” a track off the latters’ chart-topping album CHAMPIONSHIPS. Meek teased the Kid Art-directed visual on social media Wednesday, sharing a clip in which he and Drizzy are seen channeling mob-boss vibes and playing a luxe version of chicken in their Rolls Royce Phantoms.

We’re off to Never-never Land with singer Anthony Vincent as he turns Metallica’s Enter Sandman into a totally different song by performing it in the a variety of unlikely styles ranging from The Doors to Haddaway to Owl City. The David Bowie version is our favorite.