World Be Free feat. Young Greatness – Wachugetitlike (Video)


World Be Free takes it upon himself to release an anthem for all of the movers and shakers in the form of “Wachugetitlike,” pronounced “what you get it like?” For the visual, World recruits New Orleans native Young Greatness, who is making his rounds with his single “Real Ni**as Back featuring Uncle Murda. The track, which is produced by Fly-Boy Beats is a bonus cut on World’s most recent project “Dolce & Guevara, hosted by DJ Envy.

Twitter: @worldbefree315 @YoungGreatness7

INAS X Feat. PNB ROCK – Stupid (Video)


East Coast native and powerhouse musician Inas X created her stage name as an official mark of independence – a way to stand for being undefined and for feeling empowered without labels or limits. After reaching number 11 on the top 20 Billboard Dance Chart last year and hitting the road on her first National tour, Inas shows absolutely no signs of slowing down. Inas’ new and electrifying single“Stupid” Featuring Philly’s own PNB Rock who another rising star, she details a toxic relationship that she couldn’t walk away from, With this song, she hopes to show others that they are not alone in the mistakes that they may make. She explains, “You can be the smartest person, but be so stupid for just one person and that’s okay! You’re not the only one” Let us know what you think!

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Tsu Surf Ft. Chad B – “Forever Over (Video)”

In highlight of this week’s #TSUesday release, New Jersey’s, Tsu Surf, revisits his track, “Forever Over,” for this official visual treatment.

Following the smooth rhythm of the piano keys, the two Jersey emcees deliver some hard-hitting and heartfelt rhymes over the melodic instrumental.

Make sure to check out the official video below, and stayed tuned for more #TSUesday releases to come.


Doughboy STL feat. Sazy & Finago – Litty City (Video)


2016 has been very good to St. Louis native Doughboy STL, his breakthrough single “No Thots,” which interpolated a TLC classic received massive recognition on some of music’s biggest platforms, catapulting the budding star to another notch. He followed things up with the release of his project “Sacrifices 2.5,” which further cemented his footing. As the summer got underway, he connected with Atlanta’s own Rich The Kid for the visual to “Who’s Poppin.” As he gears up for the release of the highly anticipated official video for “No Thots,” Doughboy STL drops off an appetizer for his fans in the form of “Litty City.” Featuring Sazy and Finago, the UnkutCinematics directed visual is chock full of women, money, cars and all the double cups ones heart can desire.

Twitter: @Doughboystl @CharlieScorsazy