Kali Uchis is back with another beautiful piece of art for us to listen and watch. Joined by Tyler, The Creator and Bootsy Collins, 'After The Storm' was added to our playlist as soon as we heard it! The video is Directed by Nadia Lee Cohen, Creative Director Kali Uchis, Produced by Anonymous content, and Audio Producer BADBADNOTGOOD. Watch it below:
Talented and beautiful singer Jhené Aiko released her video for “Sativa” from her 2017 album 'Trip'. The original track features sultry vocals from Rae Sremmurd’s Swae Lee, but Jhené Aiko tapped his other half Slim Jxmmi to contribute an additional verse for the video. The video starts with Swae Lee building a humanoid figure on a futuristic touch screen, followed by Aiko emerging from a bathtub filled with red water, ending with a twist. Watch the below:
All of these artists have established there selves independently, so when we heard that they were all collaborating on one song together, needless to say, we were eager to hear it. Now, even better, it comes with a music video! We promise, this is one song that you have to listen to all the way through, stream it here: https://empire.lnk.to/18 - listen below:
"This EP is for my fans, I wouldn't be here without them,” Madeintyo shared of the project over email. “True's World is special to me because it was inspired by my son — my biggest collab this year was making him with my fiancé distortedd. And it felt great to work so closely with my brother, 24hrs — I gotta thank him for helping me put True's World together. I hope all my fans enjoy the new vibe & growth."
Watch his music video for "Too Quick." below;
Fresh off the success off Baby Driver, Golden Globe nominee Ansel Elgort releases 'Supernova' - the troubled tale of a man caught up in love with one who can't love him back. Elgort is tormented on the track, waking up in cold sweats, his mind racing with regrets.
“With 'Supernova' I made something that I knew I’d want to hear," Elgort says in an emailed statement to billboard. "For the first time with my music, it really feels like it’s really coming from me. I was able to let my subconscious take over and never second-guess any artistic impulse while writing. I wrote this song behind the mic in the booth in the same session Scott Storch and Angel Lopez laid down the production. We were able to vibe off each other while Scott, Angel and I continued to tweak the production during the singing and writing process. Mostly this song was done in one session."
Directed by Colin Tilley it, the Grammy-nominated mind behind Kendrick Lamar's "Alright" as well as Future's "Mask Off", DJ Khaled and Rihanna "Wild Thoughts", and most recently Selena Gomez "Wolves". Capturing the wild, moving scene in a single shot, Elgort brings real anguish to his performance, and as it turns out, he made the song in about one take, too.
Carnage hooks up with MadeinTYO, who provides a catchy hook, while Mac Miller drops a boastful verse that reminds us just how much the young artist has already accomplished and how settled into his stardom he's become. It's definitely a track to bump in headphones or on bassy car rides. Watch the music video below:
In anticipation of the release of the Black Panther, we now get the first track from the studio album, "All The Stars" featuring Kendrick Lamar and SZA - listen below:
Black Panther - In Theaters February 16
T'Challa, after the death of his father, the King of Wakanda, returns home to the isolated, technologically advanced African nation to succeed to the throne and take his rightful place as king - click here to watch the trailer.