Blu been doing the rounds lately, like he seems to; the internuts get their taste for a week or two then he does his Keyser Soze impersonation. Well he just lent a sweet 16 to ANTHM’s track “Polaris” and now he’s let go the visuals for his track “K E E P U S H I N N” off of the release NoYork!. Its a bit of an animated mind fuck; enjoy, I did.
A Current favorite of mine is the duo @ShadowsOnStars. They put together a nice touch of pop and tossed into the blender with a number of different influences to make their current sound. They first came to my attention with the track “Punk Kids” and have stayed not too far away in my rotation.
If its any indication, given the album is a free download, that they do what they want, then just listen and its clear they are having fun and not at our expense of any kind (Download).
And damn if the video for “Out Of My Head” doesn’t tell you too.
Chester French make now qualms about making it known they prefer the darker berries in the bowl and that’s the way it should be. With the video for “Black Girls” coming from their upcoming album, they let it be known in a beautifully shot black and white video by fashion photog Francesco Carrozzini. BTW if you need to know the stunning women who bring the video to life they are Rie Rasmussen and Jodie Smith; I’ll give you a minute to Google that before heading to the video below.
I’ve said it before Sugar Tongue Slim has a lane and I hope more people get out on the road. Dude’s got energetic style for days; He just dropped the visuals for “Comeback Kid” form his GOLDRush series, sampling and flipping Sleigh Bells’ “Come Back Kid”. Not much happening in the video except for a lot of fun.
I’ve been looking out for visuals, since the Tech’s stellar All 6′s & 7′s dropped. If you hadn’t heard the album yet, snag it now some definite heat on there. Hopsin jumps in and wrecks the track, though you already knew that.
One of the standout tracks from 2011′s Rome collaboration from Daniele Luppi & Danger Mouse gets the video treatment. ”Two Against One” featuring the ever talented, enigmatic, and charismatic Jack White is a rollicking trip.
Two arguably GOATs at work here. Coming off Common’s upcoming The Believer which is hopefully set to move major units. Featuring Nas, who in his own right has been making solid moves lately from Distant Relatives to Raekwon collabs. Can’t wait for this to drop.