The superstar trio Major Lazer gears up for summer sixteen with new visuals from their chart topper "Night Riders". Night Rider totes the trending mix of Hip-Hop and EDM sounds together to create new vibes for millennials who love Trap-beat synths. Travis Scott, Pusha T, 2 Chains and reggae star Mad Cobra all make an appearance on the summer chart topper.
As the weather starts heating up, Fabolous unleashes the music video for “Real One,” the latest single off last year’s Summertime Shootout.
The Lauryn Hill-inspired song’s visual goes from coast to coast. Directed by Gerard Victor, the clip shares scenes from Brooklyn to Beverly Hills. Meanwhile, Fab rhymes about his relationship and Jazzy harmonizes about love.
Summertime Shootout dropped in November, just in time for Thanksgiving. Since then, Loso has stayed busy, collaborating on remixes with Meek Mill (“All the Way Up”), Jadakiss (“Wicked”), and Future and Uncle Murda (“Right Now”). Drop the top and ride out with Loso. -RAP-UP
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The NBA Finals will bring us a new champion in the days to come but until further notice, Kanye West has become music's new commissioner. In true Good Friday tradition, Ye drops a new Allstar track "Champion" from his forthcoming album "Cruel Winter". "Champion" features an onslaught of rappers from 2Chains, Travi$ Scott, Desiigner, Big Sean, Quavo, Yo Gotti and a welcome home mat for ATL's Trap god Gucci Mane. #HappyFriday
Projected to sell over 2 million copies in its first week, Drake's new album "Views From The 6" will be the only album in constant rotation for months to come. Filled with hit after hit, its hard not to "feel no ways" about the r&b and Caribbean influenced body of work. Drake sits down with Apple music's Zane Lowe to share his creative process, working with future in Atlanta, current relationships and says "there's even more music on the way".
After a retro and a few surprising restocks of the Black and White edition of the Nike Air More Uptempo, its Olympic-themed colorway is ready to celebrate the Olympic season this summer. Widely known to be seen on the feet of then Chicago Bulls’ star Scottie Pippen during the 1996 Olympics held in Atlanta, Nike’s Air More Uptempo will be making a return this summer. Expected to retail for $160 USD, there’s no official release date that fans can look forward too. Make sure to stick with us for further release developments regarding this nostalgic piece of footwear. -Hypebeast