After he releases the LP, Posner is set to walk across America – he confirms the challenge in his “Move On” video, announcing it’s going to take him around a year. Posner says he’s been through some incredibly tough times in the clip, referencing his dad’s tragic death after a battle with brain cancer. Text on the vid includes, “Sometimes when I’m alone, I still cry. I miss him.” He then explains how he also broke up with his girlfriend and lost his friend Avicii, who committed suicide in April.

Netflix released a trailer for its newest documentary, one that goes behind-the-scenes to discover what really went down at the doomed Fyre Festival event from last year. A lot of the trailer focuses on the event’s co-founder, Billy McFarland, who was convicted of fraud following the festival’s fallout and is currently serving six years in prison.

You’ve seen the music video and you know it was a wild good time, now sit back and see how Oliver Tree faked some shit to get some money to make his dream clip become a reality. God damn he played it well.

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Lil Pump has released the video for “Butterfly Doors,” the record the Florida rapper previewed back in mid-December that caused controversy because of the racial slur and gesture included in the teaser he shared.

Justice closed out 2018 on a considerable hot streak. The French luminaries recently capped off a momentous world tour, they are hot off the heels of a Grammy nomination for Woman Worldwide, and now they’ve dropped off a brilliantly concepted new video by director Filip Nilsson for “Heavy Metal”

Channeling his Sex Therapist mother, inexperienced teen Otis decides to set up a Sex Therapy clinic at school for the hopeless students of Moordale High. Get ready for love, laughs, lube, and the best time of their lives. Coming January 11, only on Netflix.

There’s no mistaking Oliver Tree for anyone else because the Los Angeles-based artist is truly one-of-a-kind. The visual for “Hurt” was shot in Ukraine and we should warn you that it has its graphic moments so you might want to sit down for this.

The deceased king rises and a mysterious plague begins to spread. The prince must face a new breed of enemies to unveil the evil and save his people. Kingdom arrives on Netflix January 25.

Hop recently found himself name dropped by the legendary Eminem on “Fall,” a move that yielded a particularly excited response from the “Ill Mind” scribe. In the wake of the honor, Hop dedicated himself to crafting a new project, a taste of which has since come to manifest on “Lowkey.”

Post Malone is back with a new hip-hop heater before the year’s end, as promised. The “Sunflower” collaborator announced that he would drop a song “before the year ends” on December 13, and now makes good on his claim with his final offering of 2018, “Wow.” The mellifluous single taps into the Post Malone technique that has long ensnared listeners: smoothly delivered verses, half-rapped half-sung, that float with finesse above the track’s catchy background beat.

After teasing new music on Instagram, Cardi B returns with a NSFW video for her new single “Money.” The visuals take Cardi back to her stripper roots alongside a gang of women who are all boasting about getting money.

You might remember the vid with a python, versace chain, and some lines of nose candy way back in the day, well Riff has brought it back with some visuals and a better sounding version of the infamous freestyle.

Over the past few years Noisey has made a whole bunch of the biggest rappers in the world take on their internet trolls in the series The People VS. Here are some of the best bits, including Post Malone, Cardi B, Migos, A$AP Rocky and many more. It gets messy.

Cardi B hops in the car with James Corden for a Carpool Karaoke through Los Angeles singing her biggest songs, discussing growing up in the Bronx and the subtle art of ASMR. And James encourages Cardi to get behind the wheel and give driving a chance, which he learns she doesn’t really do for good reason.

Lean is often made by mixing prescription-strength codeine cough syrup with soda. The drink has become popularized in hip-hop culture over the last several years, with famous rappers drinking and featuring it in their music videos. Now the trend has spread to social media, making it even more popular among fans who are posting to emulate some of their favorite rap stars.

Music video by Beastie Boys, Nas performing Too Many Rappers. © 2009 Capitol Records, LLC and Beastie Boys

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