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  • Ant OhSo Dank - Codeine Dreaming (Remix) @LookAntOhSoDank
    After delivering the impressive dual visual for "Save Me / Skrilla", Massachusetts based rapper Ant OhSo Dank returns to the big screen with his "Codeine Dreaming (Remix)", directed by AMR Final Filmz .
    The vigorous artist opens up the song with compelling words, addressing the deceptive state of current rap and the lies many of modern day artists portray. Ant once again rips a known rapper's instrumental and totally owns it, as he previously did with his last video. Kodak Black's "Codeine Dreaming" gets totally re-worked into a story based on the underdog's rise to glory. Though Dank doesn't really need to rely on gimmicks to garner attention, he makes sure he looks dapper for the visual presentation by donning a clean pair of Jordans along with a vintage Rockstar jean jacket. 
    Dank's delivery and voice help him stand out from the pack. A well balanced mix of metaphors and melodies help propel Ant into the artist to watch for category. With installments such as "Codeine Dreaming" added to his arsenal, the sky is the limit for the young East Coast mainstay. In the performance based visual, OhSo gives it to us uncut and raw within an abandoned building setting. This setting is also symbolic to the rapper's outlook of being all alone in his own lane. Speaking of which, he hovers around a classic automobile and leans out the passenger window spitting his verbiage. 
    As if "Codeine Dreaming" was enough to impress, Ant has announced his next venture, a video for "Peso". This song will be found on his forthcoming "Out The HallWay" album that will feature all original production as with "Peso". So expect to see alot more of Ant OhSo Dank in the coming times. For the meantime however, indulge in the visual treatment for the "Codeine Dreaming (Remix)".
  • Young RJ (@YoungRJ313) - Issues ft. BJ The Chicago Kid
    Young RJ âIssues" feat. BJ The Chicago Kid available now: iTunes: http://flyt.it/Issues Spotify: http://flyt.it/IssuesSpotify Follow Young RJ on social media...
  • Sourmouth (@sourmouth100) - "Because Im Black"
    PDX artist Sourmouth issues his seventh video from "A Million Little Pieces" and it's his most controversial yet. The self-directed "Because I'm Black" takes a sarcastically humorous approach to addressing racism and stereotypes in today's culture.

    He speaks about how his skin color leads to women assuming he's well endowed, constant police harassment and being considered a drug dealer all due to being black.
    Sourmouth also adds in elements of a social experiment. It consists of a white and black man, blindfolded and holding signs stating "I trust you, do you trust me?".

    With the segment clips, viewers are quick to realize just how serious things have become for people of color.
    The final touches are the Oregon native's point of view animation that helps tell a tale of what Sourmouth himself goes thru on a day to day basis. Be prepared to have your emotions stirred and your minds toyed with in "Because I'm Black" 
  • Stevie franks (@StevieFranksRap) - "Mr Nice Guy" (Prod. by @TracQaeda...
    Stevie Franks comes to us by way of Lawnside, New Jersey with a visual to back his Trac-Qaeda produced Boom Bap single, "Mr Nice Guy". Stevie is what some would call a breathe of fresh air. You can tell by his lyrical content and production selection that he has done his homework on the culture and has begun making a name for himself as a very intricate lyricist. His content and story are what completely separate him from the pack of today's run of the mill, cookie-cutter artists.

    Stevie Franks has released four studio projects thus far with his latest project, "Morals Over Money", being exclusively produced by the Trac-Qaeda collective. Franks has opened up for a number of big names such as Slum Village, Mobb Deep, AZ, Rass Kass, Planet Asia, Rah Digga, Dave East and more. He's currently working on his album "The Bigger Picture" which doubles as a tribute to the late Big L.
  • UZOO (@UZOOCREW) - Attack (Official Video)
    The brainchild of Joey BattsUZOO came to existence in the winter of 2015. Aware of the depth of talent in the Connecticut Hip Hop scene, and fed up with being overlooked, Batts called upon his closest friends to form a CT-based supergroup. By bringing the best of the best together into a cohesive unit - one that allowed for individual talents to shine alongside the overall power of the group as a whole - UZOO brings forth a musical experience reminiscent of the ‘90s-era Wu-Tang Clan, reminding fans of how revolutionary a collective has the power to be.

  • Sourmouth - I Hate It (Official Video) (@sourmouth100)
    ASCAP recording artist <strong>Sourmouth</strong> opens up in a harmonic cadence over the smooth, alternative sounds of <strong>Sinima Beats</strong> on the self-reflective, <strong>"I Hate It"</strong>. The song touches on his ever looming guilty conscience for never living up to his family's expectations. The song is featured on his full length album, <strong>"A Million Little Pieces"</strong>.
    Not hesitating to hold anything back, the video starts with a clip of a young Sourmouth on his third birthday. As the candles burn out, it quickly transitions into current times in a similar room. This offers a representation of the "normal" up-bringing the Portland emcee had, in contrast with the abnormal and reckless man he grew up to be.  
    With crisp HD footage from the world famous Burnside Skate Park to real life home video from over two decades ago, <strong>"I Hate It"</strong> may just be his most personal visual to date. Watch the full video below. 
  • DaTBoYZ3L (@DaTBoYZ3L) - "Ransom"
    Rising Tennessee artist DaTBoYZ3L rides into 2017 strong with the release of his official SoLo Visualz video for "Ransom", featuring CA$H.
  • Video: B.White - "1990" (@BWhiteMusicLLC)
    Hip Hop emcee <strong>B.White</strong> presents the official video behind the <strong>Brian White & Camillo Trait Iacoboni</strong>-produced, <strong>"1990"</strong>. Channeling the time frame in which most noteable Hip Hop figures have deemed the golden era of the genre, White does a spectacular job of capturing the essence of that image thru the visual.
  • @whois_i Ft @Mr_Mike_Jones - "[i] Am Work"
    Justin Hibbert [i] unveils his highly anticipated visual for his late-summer hit “[i] Am Work”.Embodying 2016’s tagline of the year #work, this in-depth music video features fitness, construction, corporate, dance, landscaping and football scenes. “[i] Am Work” marks the return of Mr. Mike Jones of “Back Then” fame, which proves to be a refreshing throwback for this generation’s music scene. Reminiscent of Mark Wahlberg’s “Good Vibrations”, Justin leans in on the current fitness trend going shirtless while rapping in “[i] Am Work”. To say that the least, Justin Hibbert [i] is in better shape than...any rapper ever.

  • Alfred Banks Interview With BBC RUSSIA (@UnderdogCentral)
    Recently, BBC (Russia) traveled to New Orleans to learn more about rising rapper Alfred Banks. During the interview, Banks talks about his current journey to success, becoming homeless as well as the untimely death of his oldest brother Orlandas and how this tragic event inspired his EP "A Beautiful Prelude" and more.
  • @urbanomusicgro1 - Happy Hour (Official Video)
    Emerging brother and sister Urban Pop duo URBANO have announced the release of their debut album, "Royal Family". The talented Philadelphia natives introduce their collaborative effort which features a combination of upbeat, party-themed songs and lyrical Hip Hop records. "Royal Family" is available on Soundcloud.
    The first single from the album, "Happy Hour", is an uptempo dance record riddled with lyrical punchlines and a catchy chorus. The official music video for the song premiered on URBANO’s Youtube channel recently.
  • Fa$t Life (@FastLifeATLANYC) - Rolex State of Mind (Official Video)
    Rising rapper Fa$t Life releases the visual to his trendy single, "Rolex State of Mind", which pushed over sixty-five thousand plays on Soundcloud alone. 
  • @CertifiedOutfit Ft @lilsonny4 - "Down 2 Ride"
    Spokane, Washington dual effort <strong>Certified Outfit</strong> presents the official video for <strong>"Down 2 Ride"</strong>, featuring chorus assistance from <strong>King Sonny</strong>. An ideal record for late night cruising, <strong>Swindle</strong> and <strong>Church</strong> exercise potent wordplay over a saucy West Coast themed instrumental, also self-produced by <strong>Church</strong>. With high expectations already set within their circle, Certified lands a one-two punch with the accompanying video presentation. 
    <strong>Landoe</strong> for <strong>Vivid Visual Films</strong> utilizes a dusky skyline to open the visual with that is preceded by  pretty woman, old school cars and a house party environment. That on top of Outfit's performance gives viewers vivid clarity of what it actually means to be certified. With the video debut, an announcement was also made stating that the fellas are planning to drop not one but two projects. One is a mixtape by the name of <strong>"Bulletproof Love"</strong> and the other is a sequel to their previously released <strong>"The Outfit"</strong> album, so stay tuned for those.

  • @JakeKostPDX - "Northwet"
    Portland artist Jake Kost returns with the creative visuals for his new single, Northwet from the stand out project, Stadtluft Macht Frei now available on Bandcamp, iTunes and more. Take a trip to the psychedelic side with Kost and his clones, as he reaches into his bag of medicine and runs through his unique, storytelling flow. Having already received praise from fans worldwide, plus 2DopeBoyz, Ego Trip and HipHopDX, "Stadtluft Macht Frei" is a salute to the golden era, stacked with jazzy, boom bap beats, encrypted rhymes,and features from Supastition and Reks. 
  • @TaiyamoDenku Ft @BIGTWINSQB & @UrbanLegend1980 - "Where We Live" ...
    The Collab King, <strong>Taiyamo Denku</strong>, is back with a brand new video for the <strong>Big Twins</strong> and <strong>Urban Legend</strong> assisted <strong>"Where We Live"</strong> featuring a Jazz infused production handled by CDM owner/producer, <strong>Dcypha</strong>. Full of classic old school flare, the rhyming trifecta provide a well balanced variety of lyricism speaking about urban city living in Milwaukee and Queensbridge. Though those two areas are the focal point of the song, <strong>"Where We Live"</strong> details urban ways of living nationwide and will appeal to a wide range of viewers. Along with the video release, it was also announced that the single will find it's home on <strong>Urban Legend</strong>'s forthcoming album set to carry guests such as Baby Sham, AOTP's Esoteric and the entire Cypha Den Music roster. <strong>"Where We Live"</strong> can be viewed below. 

  • @DaTBoYZ3L Ft. M.I.N.D - "I'm Tired" Directed by SoLoVisualz
    Jackson, Tennessee recording artist <strong>DaTBoYZ3L</strong> has had enough of the ongoing police brutality and oppression of his fellow brothers and sisters. In light of recent events, he teams up with conscious emcee <strong>M.I.N.D.</strong> to vent their frustrations on the <strong>Let That Boy Cook</strong> produced <strong>"I'm Tired"</strong>. 
    Together with filmographer <strong>SoLoVisualz</strong>, the crew utilize past news footage and television clips to further illustrate the current state of affairs here in the United States in this official video release. Many of us can relate to these issues as they are occurring more and more each day within our communities. Listen as the pair offer up a verbal retaliation towards the nonsense and lies, encouraging viewers to take a stand against racism and poverty. The song will be featured on Z3L's upcoming EP, <strong>"Datboy"</strong>.