Lance Skiiiwalker decides to give us an animated music video for his single “Toaster”. This collaboration with ScHoolboy Q is taken from his forthcoming debut album Introverted Intuition.
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DJ Khaled and J. Cole’s “Jermaine’s Interlude” originally belonged to Spillage Village – an Atlanta based collective made of JB, EarthGang, and J.I.D. Now, they finally let us hear the original version of the song, which also features Bas, J.I.D and Earthgang. The track will appear on the forthcoming Spillage Village project Bears Like This Too Much.
Right in time for the Presidential election, Ty Dolla $ign and Future release the official music video for their banger “Campaign”. The song is taken from Ty’s great project with the same name.
Mac Miller returns with the official music video for his single “Stay”. This song is taken from his latest studio album The Devine Feminine.
To promote their new joint project Ignorant Shit, Bow Wow and Soulja Boy drop off the official music video for the banger “Fucking Up A Check”.
After dropping the song itself back in July, Nick Cannon finally releases the music video for “If I Was Your Man”. Jeremih is featured on the track, but doesn’t make an appearance in the video.
Young Buck has released a brand new song called “Come Back”. This banger will appear on the forthcoming compilation project Strictly 4 The Traps N Trunks (Free Young Buck Edition Pt. 2).
Upcoming artist Tony Moxberg recruits Fabolous for the official remix of his club banger “Wutcha Wanna Do?!”. No word on what forthcoming project this song will end up.
As promised last week, Ace Hood just dropped his brand new mixtape Body Bag 4. The project comes with 12 songs and no guest appearances.
Rick Ross decides to release his own remix of Solange’s single “Cranes In The Sky”. This is one of the standout songs from her A Seat At The Table album.