A native of the Highbridge neighborhood of the Bronx, New York City, rapper Don Q delivers hard, no-nonsense verses about his life experiences. Unlike his frequent collaborator A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Don Q eschews melodic hooks and flashy delivery, instead focusing on intense, motivated lyricism.
Don Q and Desiigner release the music video for “Trap Phone”. Directed by Kid Art, Brooklyn and Bronx young stars pull out their fur coats and ride through the block in a Rolls-Royce Wraith. Watch their video below:
Jay-Z released three new videos from his 4:44 album - “Marcy Me,” “Smile,” and “Legacy” last month on Tidal. For non-subscribers, those videos are now on YouTube! “Marcy Me” is set inside a New York police helicopter peering down at Brooklyn. “Smile” and “Legacy” are eight and 11-minute-long short films directed by Canadian filmmaker Miles Jay and British singer/filmmaker/Seal’s brother Jeymes Samuel, respectively. These are the eighth and ninth songs from 4:44 to receive visual treatment. Watch them below.
The Diplomats (aka Dipset) is BACK! The group was founded in 1997, by Cam'ron and Jim Jones, in Harlem, New York City. The group was originally composed of members Cam'ron, Jim Jones and Freekey Zekey, all of whom grew up together in Harlem. Watch their music video for 'Once Upon A Time' below:
Nipsey Hussle is back with his new single "Rap Niggas." The first single from Nipsey's forthcoming debut album Victory Lap. Nipsey partnered with Atlantic Records to release his debut album. Watch the new music video below:
Directed by Mark Pellington, Demi Lovator is joined by with Jesse Williams in the music video for 'Tell Me You Love Me'. Her album is out now! Click here to purchase or listen to her album. Watch the video below: