West coast rapper Casey Veggies is paying homage to Tupac Shakur with his new track titled “All Eyez on Me.” This was the title of Tupac’s fourth album, which spawned hits like “California Love” and “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted.” All Eyez on Me would go on to be the best selling Tupac album ever with over 10 million copies sold. Lastly, Casey let us know at the end of the track that he’s dropping a new project soon. Casey’s last mixtape was Customized Greatly Vol. 4, which featured guest appearances from Dom Kennedy, Chris Brown, Tory Lanez, and Ty Dolla $ign.
Listen to “All Eyez on Me” by Casey Veggies below!
Lil Yachty revisits his Summer Songs 2 mixtape and drops a new video for “Shoot Out the Roof.” The colorful video finds Yachty and his crew wearing matching white uniforms and playing around with paintballs.
Additionally, Yachty recently told Rolling Stone that “his next album won’t rely as much on that imagery.” So I guess that means we should enjoy these colorful and energetic videos for the time being.
Today, Migos released a new video for their track “T-Shirt,” which will be included on their new album Culture dropping next month. According to Complex, “the adventurous video takes Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff to the blistering wilderness where they get their Leonardo DiCaprio in The Revenant on while rapping along to the catchy trap anthem.”
Even Chance The Rapper loved the video so much that he dedicated an entire twitter thread to the song and wants Quavo to direct his next video.
With his fourth studio album titled I Decided dropping next month, Big Sean has dropped the second video off the album for his “Moves” track. In a recent interview with Complex, “Sean revealed the project is a concept album that he described as a second chance at life.”
Additionally, we can also expect another collaborative project with Jhene Aiko in 2017.
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Premiering back in March of this year is “PRBLMS” by Atlanta singer/rapper 6LACK, who has skyrocketed to the top after the release of the song. Zane Low also played 6LACK’s “PRBLMS” on his Beats 1 radio show this past May giving the song even more exposure.
And now the Atlanta singer has come through with the video premiere for the track. According to Complex, “‘PRBLMS’ mirrors my current life,” 6LACK told Complex over email. “I wanted to let people know exactly where I am. It’s a huge transitional period for me right now. I’m free, and am getting ready to release the first body of work that best reflects who I am and where I am in my life. The ‘PRBLMS’ video represents a fresh start in every realm.”
“Living Single” originally was a Chance The Rapper song and was supposed to end up on the Coloring Book LP, but was axed after the track was leaked. However, Big Sean decided to gift us and has re-released the song in celebration of “Bounce Back” entering the Billboard Top 40. The track still includes Chance The Rapper and Jeremih,and the record is rumored to be off Sean’s upcoming fourth solo LP, which is expected to drop in early 2017.
Gucci Mane and Bryson Tiller collab for the first time on their sleeper hit titled “Drive Me Crazy.” The track will be featured on The Return Of East Atlanta Santa, which will be released this month. This album will mark Gucci’s third solo album this year.
According to the Rap-Up, “after proposing to Keyshia Ka’oir, the newly-engaged Guwop spits about an ex who couldn’t handle his moves. “She want to ride the wave, but my wave’s too wavy,” he brags. “Your car’s too slow, you need to drive Miss Daisy / Jumped out the feds like ‘Fuck you, pay me.’”
The Return Of East Atlanta Santa will be an Apple Music exclusive set to debut on DecemBurr 16.
This past week, Kodak Black was released from prison and the rapper has dropped his first song titled, “There He Go.” Kodak has been very active on social media since his release with both him and his producer Dubba-AA uploading videos to Instagram and Twitter of them recording in a home studio.
Before his release, Kodak also released a personal message saying “I’m happy to finally be going home to my family and friends,” he wrote before standing firm that the current charges against him are not true. “I look forward to clearing my name in the very near future. I want to thank God, my family, my team (Vanessa, Phatboy and James McMillan), Atlantic Records, my lawyers and all of my fans for your continuous love and support. I can’t wait to get back to doing what I love most—working at being the illest rapper alive.”
Rae Sremmurd just dropped a new video for “Shake It Fast” featuring rapper Juicy J, where they throw a wild pool party with a bunch of pretty ladies. “Shake It Fast” is included on their sophomore album titled SremmLife 2 released back in August. According to Complex, the video “includes a trippy neon effect, switching up the colors and bringing a wild, rave-like quality to the clip.” This turn up track is in addition to their hit song “Black Beatles,” which still sits at the top of the Billboard Hot 100 chart.
Ty Dolla Sign has finally dropped the video for the track, “$,” which is a turn up track included on the Campaign album. The video also is directed by Gabe Shaddow. According the Complex, the visual finds Ty enjoying “a lavish Switzerland getaway as he lights up while casually walking through the country’s forest, chilling on a hotel’s roof in the city, and taking to the the water on a sweet speed boat.”