Tuesday, July 25, 2017


JAYLIEN Ends Up The "Lucky Guy" In New Music Video
St. Louis-bred singer/songwriter JAYLIEN recently released the official music video for “Lucky Guy.” Premiering via Billboard, the voyeuristic visual depicts JAYLIEN and his rising R&B peer Ye Ali in a love triangle. JAYLIEN appears to be the odd man out until the lady he adores makes an unexpected decision in the end. In an interview with Billboard, JAYLIEN discussed the concept of the melodic tune:
“Seldom is there a song about a male falling for a women who is in a relationship. I also knew I wasn’t the only one who’s been through that and figured people from both sides could relate.”
The passionate visual was directed by Josh Sikkema. Check out the video above and look out for JAYLIEN’s upcoming EP.
Watch Danny Brown Enter the Void in New Video For "Lost"

Danny Brown has released a new video today for Atrocity Exhibition album standout, “Lost.” The visuals find Brown entering the void, referencing many of the hyper-stylized films and videos from the turn of the 21st century. Watch the Matilda Finn directed clip below and in case you haven’t already, stream his latest Atrocity Exhibition album.

A$AP Twelvyy Takes It Back Home to Harlem in New "Strapped" Video

On the heels of his new solo album announcement coinciding with the release of the project’s lead single last week, the Mob’s own Glock Rivers drops off a nostalgic New York-centric hip-hop music video for “Strapped.” The song was produced by long-time collaborator A$AP P On The Boards who managed to flip Sampha’s “Beneath The Tree” into a smooth 3-minute rap boom-bap orchestra of sorts. Meanwhile, the video was directed by Rahil Ashruff who shot the entire video in A$AP Twelvyy’s home-base of Harlem, watch above.

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