Baltimore up and comer JuegoTheNinety is back with a new visual for his latest single "American History IX". This will be appearing on his forthcoming project, "Sonny September" coming soon.
Future's Freebandz signee Casino drops a Spring Breakers-esque music video for "Killin Shit", which appears on DJ Esco and Future's No Sleep mixtape, and his Frank Matthews project out now.
The late Doe B shot the video for his track "Neva Had Shit" just before he passed away, and today we get the finished product. This was featured on his "Baby Jesus" mixtape.
Southside Queens artist Bags The Boss releases the first single off his upcoming mixtape "The Drive" titled "Thot [Got No Dough]". As much as I hate the word "thot", the song is pretty good, so here ya go.
We all heard about OutKast reuniting at Coachella this year..some doubted, but it happened, and it was ummm...well, my love for Andre 3000 will never let me say a bad word about him, but I will say Big Boi's set was beyond dope. They performed a slew of their most notable hits, as well as their solo hits. ASAP Ferg's set is included too. Watch below.
Miss Keyshia Cole releases the official video for her latest single "Rick James" featuring Juicy J. Looks like since her split with Daniel Gibson she done tapped into her sexual side a bit, huh? I see you girl. The track will be appearing on her upcoming "Point Of No Return" album dropping this summer.
South Carolina artist Stadium P releases his new single "Deep End", produced by Sean Blaque. This could make a little noise, if its worked right. The beat is dope.
Before his debut project drops next week, August Alsina releases another record titled "Get Ya Money" featuring Fabolous, produced by DJ Spinz and Dun Deal. His album "Testimony" will be hitting stores April 15th. I could've done without Fab's verse.
Atlanta up and comer and Migos labelmate Skippa Da Flippa delivers new music today called "How Fast Can You Count It". You can definitely tell he's Migos' artist.