Flacko dropped off the official music video for “Fukk Sleep,” featuring FKA Twigs. The visual was shot entirely in NYC, and follows the two artists as they go HAM across the city; there’s some vandalism, car-jacking, dinner party crashing, and a quick stop at the strip club.

Skepta returns this week to share new visuals for his “Pure Water” single. Shot mostly in black-and-white, the three-minute clip directed by Olivia Rose features the English emcee laying down bars while hanging out in a vintage bathtub with beautiful women surrounding him

Last month, Tyga shared another new single, “Dip.” Now, Nicki Minaj has teamed up with the “Swish” rapper for the D.A. Damon-produced record’s official remix clip.

In the black, white, and gold video, the three are joined by K-pop star CL in a retro-inspired heist that ends with them facing the police, partying it up, and then giving their riches to youth.

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Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar have shared the music video for their Redemption collab “Wow Freestyle.” It’s directed by Jack Begert. Check it out after the jump.

Cardi B dropped her latest single, “Money,” which her first since the release of her debut album, Invasion of Privacy, earlier this year. As the title implies, the song is all about money and the luxurious things Cardi spends with her money.

From ‘Reborn’ to ‘All of the Lights’, Kid Cudi talks his inspirations, sampling Nirvana, and working with Kanye West.

The video is directed by Dave Meyers—the man behind the videos for “God Is a Woman,” “Humble,” and “All the Stars”—and features Drake, but the city of Houston upstages everything else in it. Scott’s hometown takes on a technicolor sheen, with low-hanging moons and fantasy monuments.

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He’s back! Music video by Lil Wayne performing Uproar off his latest Carter V Album

Jonah Hill is making the transition from actor to director with his next project, the coming of age film Mid 90s. Hill has taken inspiration for his feature from the style of both This Is England and Kids, and his story follows a 13-year old boy in Stevie across a summer in 1990s Los Angeles. His story is not an easy one, with a difficult home life and a collection of friends who help him get through.

Without a doubt Joyner Lucas has established himself as one of the top up and coming lyricists. With creative visuals for “I’m Not Racist” to a collaboration with Eminem, Joyner Lucas is making moves. With Mike Will Made-It handling the production, “I Love” serves as the lead single for Joyner’s upcoming project ADHD.

California-born singer/songwriter Billie Eilish has released a new single called “When the Party’s Over,” which features the 16-year old artist mourning the end of a relationship. The “Ocean Eyes” viral sensation once again tackles the subject with mature lyrics and a soulful delivery alongside some melodic piano strokes complemented by background vocals.

Post Malone goes undercover as an aspiring hip-hop artist. He workshops lyrics, talks about Bentleys and surprises fans

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6LACK is back with a quick follow up to his “East Atlanta Love Letter” music video; today, the Atlanta-native connects with J. Cole for the “Pretty Little Fears” visual. The two co-star in a video with contrasting stories as 6LACK expresses his feelings towards a past relationship, while Cole talks to his current love interest.

Fun fact: The Nintendo Entertainment System was capable of producing only 4 sounds at a time: 3 tone channels + 1 noise channel (plus an optional sample channel, which was not used in SMB). It’s amazing how much these composers were able to do with only 3 pitches at a time.