NAV is returning to his Reckless album to share a video for his Travis Scott collaboration, “Champion.”
Travis Scott is back with his new album Astroworld. The 17 track album have hidden appearances from Frank Ocean, Drake, Swae Lee, James Blake, Kid Cudi, The Weeknd, Pharrell, 21 Savage, Migos, NAV and more.
Rae Sremmurd are back with a video for their new Travis Scott collaboration, “CLOSE,” which dropped just last week.
Smokepurpp has teamed up with Travis Scott to drop a new video for “Fingers Blue,” taken from his Deadstar project.
Renowned Wu-Tang MC, U-GOD, unleashes his inner savage on his latest freestyle, “Ghostface Killers.” U-God skillfully flows over the gritty instrumental from 21 Savage, Offset & Metro Boomin project Without Warning (which also featured Travis Scott), with rapid-fire lyrics reminiscing on his come-up from the slums of Shaolin to his present-day status as a Wu-Tang legend. “Ghostface Killers” is the latest release from U-God following the DJ Green Lantern remix of “Fire” featuring Method Man and U-God’s Wu-inspired tribute to Cardi B’s smash hit entitled “Wu-Dak Yellow.”
The “Ghostface Killers” freestyle can also be found on U-God’s upcoming mixtape featuring remixes by The Evil Genius DJ Green Lantern (hosted by DJ Homicide) entitledBring Back God II, which drops this Friday 2-2-18 on DatPiff. Bring Back God II serves as a prelude to U-God’s highly-anticipated forthcoming album, Venom, which is slated for worldwide release on 3-30-18 via Babygrande Records.
Pre-Orders for U-God’s explosive new book, Raw: My Journey into the Wu-Tang, which will be released on 3-6-18 are also now available.
2 Chainz connects with Travis Scott to deliver the official music video for their Pretty Girls Like Trap Music collaboration “4 AM.”
Khaled has an epic late-night chase from the jakes with Escobar and La’Flame.