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    Gunna And Jordyn Woods Co-Star in “Baby Birkin” Video

    Gunna And Jordyn Woods Co-Star in “Baby Birkin” Video

    Hip Hop meets High Fashion in Gunna’s new video for his single “Baby Birkin.”

    TV show personality, Jordyn Woods, stars in the Spike Jordan directed visual that finds Gunna, Jordyn, and some ladies in the middle of the hills in a highly cinematic clip - looking like a scene out of a Vogue fashion shoot. While the ladies are seen in the transitioning scenes walking through the barren land, posing next to Gunna, and riding on a carousel, the “Drip or Drown 2” rapper gets dappered up for his performance shots.

    In the first half of the video, as he’s dressed in all red, Gunna is spotted with multiple gold chains, a pair of statement shades, gold bracelets, and a couple rings on each hand, as he carries a bag full of cash. Closing out the video, he trades in his red ‘fit for a yellow suit that he pairs with darker shades, and more jewelry.

    Watch below! 

    Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

    Snoop Dogg Celebrates Himself On New Single

    Last but not least, I wanna thank ME.

    King Ice collaborator and supporter, Snoop Dogg, unveils new visuals for his new single, “I Wanna Thank Me.” The single also serves as the title track from his forthcoming album - set for a release later this year. The single is an ode to himself, after his speech at the Hollywood Walk of Fame in November went viral. The Battlecat production finds Snoop bigging himself up for the “20+ years” he put into his career in entertainment and music.

    “I wanna thank me for believing in me. I wanna thank me for doing all this hard work. I wanna thank me for having no days off.”

    Snoop undeniably has the right to boast about all he has accomplished in his lengthy career. “West Coast king, man, I need a statue. Yeah, I said it, who did it like me? Twenty-plus years, I ain’t even gotta sell it.

    And ofcourse, check Snoop out in all things King Ice below.

    A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is "Swervin"

    A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is "Swervin"

    A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie finally pairs his 2x-platinum single, "Swervin," with cinematic visuals. 

    The highly anticipated video release finds the Highbridge rapper on a chase to get the girl of his dreams. It opens up with Boogie on a plane that seems to be descending, fast, as its wings erupts in flames. The panic filled scene then transitions into Boogie inside a luxury boutique, admiring a girl from afar as she shops. 

    Once again, the scene phases out with the next one showing Boogie at the strip club, making it rain on the dancers. As the title suggests, the rest of the clip follows him "swervin" in and out of various scenarios - all leading up to the final scene where he gets the girl. Watch below. 


    Peep the oversized cuban link chain he sports throughout the video, too. 

    Blueface & Rich the Kid Throw a Pool Party

    Blueface & Rich the Kid Throw a Pool Party

    She call me daddy, I don't even know her mama. 

    Blueface and Rich the Kid connect for the official video to their collaborative single, "Daddy." In the Malcolm Jones directed video, we follow the Rap duo to a pool party as they perform their Monica A. Young and Jai Santiago produced banger. 

    If you recall, the audio release of "Daddy" took place during the recent Fathers Day weekend - how fitting. And serves as the follow-up to Blueface's breakout single, "Thotiana." 

    Blueface and Rich get flashy as they host their pool party at a lavish pad filled with fine women - while they show off their designer shoes, bags, and iced out chains


    E-40 Recruits Quavo, Roddy Rich, A$AP Ferg & ScHoolboy Q on “Chase The Money”

    E-40 Recruits Quavo, Roddy Rich, A$AP Ferg & ScHoolboy Q on “Chase The Money”

    Bay Area Rap legend, E-40, announced that he plans to release a new studio album this year. “Practice Makes Paper” will be his 29th studio album, and will rightfully be comprised of 29 brand new records. Don’t let E-40’s age fool you, though. The 51 year old rapper knows what’s hitting these days, and enlisted a pool of talented young artists for his project. On “Chase The Money,” a cut off the project, E-40 calls on Quavo, Roddy Ricch, A$AP Ferg and ScHoolboy Q.

    As an introduction to this upcoming project, E-40 unveils visuals for the CHASETHEMONEY produced lead single, as directed by Ben Griffin. For the veteran, it was important for him to take some responsibility: “I think a lot of people be for themselves. If something be working for them, for many years, and they ain’t never been one to spit the game as a mentor, they gon stay in their element.” He further breaks down the responsibilities he’s taken on as one of Hip Hop’s “elders,” in an interview on the MIC/LINE podcast series.

    In the video, the artist collaborative gather around table, dressed in all black, to spit their respective verses. Transitioning scenes follow the action-packed plot of an organized heist.