Gucci Mane & Lil Baby – The Load featuring Marlo (Personal)
Known for his relentless support for the youth in Atlanta, Gucci Mane shares the new visual for “The Load”. Hoodrich Pablo Juan, one of Gucci Mane’s new artists, makes an appearance in the warehouse shot. It is a video from the Quality Control compilation, “Control the Streets”. Honorable C-Note is impeccable with the Trap beats. Sit back and eat something when you watch this one.
Young Buck – Run Off (Personal)
It’s a marvel to see legendary artists back to what feels like square one. Coming from Nashville, Tennessee, Young Buck brought the Southern appeal to G-Unit. Today, Hip-Hop is the South. I’d say he helped to push the sound forward, in his way. Last month, he released a mixtape titled, “10 Street Commandments”. To be honest with you, today is the first time I heard about it. That’s not good.
Bowrain – Refugee (Submission)
A while back, Thirston premiered Bowrain audio for “Refugee.” The video fits the solemn minimalism of the music.
Anastasia Max – All Went Black (Submission)
Anastasia Max, an advanced brother-sister duo, shared the cinematic video for “All Went Black” two months ago. It’s a video dedicated to putting a stop to bullying. Did you know millions of children—16—experience bullying every year?
Late Night Episode – Golden Age (Submission)
I don’t know about you, but I love bands—from the Lower East Side of Manhattan. They are different. From their lyrical approach to how they decide to sound. I’m guilty of living on the Internet, but I’ve found a balance. Finally.
Hoodz – Look What I Did (Submission) (Bonus)
Wearing a fur coat to Hibachi is not a small thing. Only the most fly could relate. “Look What I Did” is a montage of good times had by the aspiring Toronto-based rapper, Hoodz. Watch the video to find out which stars he has met.