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      News — Music Video

      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.

      Kodak Black Pays Tribute to XXXTentacion in New Video

      Kodak Black Pays Tribute to XXXTentacion in New Video

      On the one-year anniversary of XXXTentacion’s death, Kodak Black pays tribute to the late MC in his “Malcolm X.X.X.” video. In the grainy, black-and-white video, Kodak portrays a civil rights leader he takes to the podium, comparing Malcolm X to XXXTentaction - both of whom were fatally shot.

      Kodak raps, “X was tryna change his life, but he got burned down. X wasn’t ridin’ with no pipe so he got gunned down. Listen, do as I say, don’t do as I do. Nine out of ten, it ain’t got end up looking good for you.”

      Prior to his death, Kodak and XXX collaborated in 2017, on “Roll in Peace.” Unfortunately, the, then, 20 year old rapper, was shot and killed in 2018.

      King Ice paid tribute to the late XXX with a limited edition XXXLEGEND chain.

       

      Future Unveils “St. Lucia” Visuals

      Future Unveils “St. Lucia” Visuals

      Earlier this month, Future gifted his fans with a surprise album, “Save Me.” Today, he drops off a new video for a cut off the EP titled, “St. Lucia.” Getting his Fast & Furious on, Future can be seen drifting and spinning donuts as a diverse mix of beautiful women accompany him in the transitioning scenes.

      Future was supposedly inspired by the island of St. Lucia from a recent visit he made - after indulging in their party scene. And reflecting on his own fame, money, and lifestyle. Director, Henri Alexander Levy, is also the founder of Enfants Riches Deprimes - a luxury brand known for its contributions in fashion.

       

       

      Gucci Mane & Meek Mill Pull Out The Big Chains For  “Backwards” Video

      Gucci Mane & Meek Mill Pull Out The Big Chains For “Backwards” Video

      Gucci Mane and Meek Mill pull out their big chains for their collaborative video, “Backwards.”

      The Zaytoven produced, Summer anthem, finds label mates trading verses as they host a wild mansion party. Bikini-clad women are seen twerking on top of Rolls Royces, as others engage in some girl-on-girl make-out sessions in the bathroom. As for the record itself, Gucci told Ebro on Beats 1 that it was “one of the most organic records you can ever make. Like two kings, it’s like salute to salute. Like man, you made it, You made it though.” 

      Yella Beezy is a "Rich MF"

      Yella Beezy is a "Rich MF"

      Yella Beezy is a “Rich MF.” And he shows out in his new video for the flossy single.

      Landing in a private jet dripping in gold and green paint, Dallas’ rising star is met with a red carpet and heavy security as hops into his ride - complete with its own driver, of course. The transitioning scenes follow Beezy through a casino where cash falls from the sky, as he shows off all his gold chains, iced out pendants, bracelets and watches.

      As if the entire video wasn’t enough of a testament to his growing riches - Beezy closes the video with a shot of his name scrolling across a blimp high above the city.