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    DJ Snake Recruits J BALVIN & Tyga For "Loco Contigo" Video

    DJ Snake Recruits J BALVIN & Tyga For "Loco Contigo" Video

    DJ Snake, J Balvin and Tyga just want to get “Loco Contigo” on their latest collaborative release. Dubbing it the new Summer anthem, the fiery single gets a visual treatment from director, Colin Tilley. In the vibrant clip, the trio of music stars are seen cruising in a pink Cadillac, across a desert - camels & all.

    Drawing inspiration from the Burning Man festival/party, the colorful aesthetics are met with seductive rhythms, on this bilingual banger.

    DJ Snake shows no signs of cooling down this Summer. “Loco Contigo” follows Snake’s collaborative single “Enzo” with Sheck Wes, Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane.

    In the song, Tyga raps, “Party won’t stop, and it’s four o’clock. Iced out watch. I can get you one,” as he shows off a shiny new time piece on screen. Similar to those found in the “Watches” section of our website.

    All three artists can also be seen in colorful sunglasses, which is a must-have for the sunny season ahead. 

     

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    On the heels of his “Save Me’ EP release, Future keeps the momentum flowing with there new music video drops. “Xanax Damage,” “Love Thy Enemies,” and “Government Official,” are all cuts off the EP and have all received a video treatment - courtesy of director, Enfants Riches Deprimes - founder of Henri Alexander Levy.

    First up is “XanaX Damage,” where the partly animated clip embodies Future’s rockstar persona - leather biker jacket, cross earring and all. The vintage aesthetic follows Future singing into a phone as visual depictions of battling his personal demons flash the screen. The dark theme continues in the video for “Love Thy Enemies.”

    In the video for “Government Official,” Future is dripped in designer as he rides shogun with the top down. Here, he keeps the Punk/Rock inspired looks going as well.

    Watch below.

    OOfcourse, we spotted some ice on Future in each of the videos. 

     

    Black Eyed Peas Link With Snoop Dogg on "Be Nice"

    Black Eyed Peas Link With Snoop Dogg on "Be Nice"

    King Ice collaborator, and supporter, Snoop Dogg, has linked up with multi-platinum group, Black Eyed Peas, for the video release of their collaborative single, “Be Nice.” The feel-good record premiered on NBC’s “Songland” last week - and was quickly given a visual treatment, directed by Kevin “NoMSG” Chao.

    With a new album on the way, the Black Eyed Peas look to spread positivity with this anthemic single. The song was actually the result of the creative collaboration between Songland contestants, Adam Friedman and Dean Friedman.

    While many consider them to be “mainstream” Pop, BEP have proven themselves to be versatile artists - having worked with some of Hip Hop’s biggest names including Nas, Timbaland, and Q-Tip (to name a few). Now, add Snoop Dogg to that list!

    Snoop’s magnetic personality translates well on the upbeat groove as he joins the iconic trio for a “good vibes only” type of record.

    “We should just pow wow, and all of us meet up. And fight for each other, not one another. And when we talk, be nice to each other. Be cordial, be glad, be happy not sad.”

     

    Future Drops New EP "Save Me"

    Future Drops New EP "Save Me"

    Future keeps the music rolling as he unleashed his second project of 2019 earlier today. “Save Me” is the rapper’s latest EP, via Epic Records/Freebandz Entertainment. If you recall, Future released his studio LP, “Future Hndrxx Presents: The WIZRD,” back in January. And as the Summer heats up, he delivers a 7-track project with zero features. Opening record, “Xanax Damage” sets the tone with its auto-tune heavy melodies matched with a captivating bounce. “Love Thy Enemies” closes out the EP on a more mellow note, as Future pleas for angels to save him from “temporary illusions.”

    “Love thy enemy, walk through the valley of the shadow of death.”

    Closing out the project, Future leaves listeners on a chilly note. Almost as chilly as some of the iced out pieces we’ve seen in him so far this year. Check out below after you listen to the stream! 

     

    Posted a few days ago, Future hints at his new album with this photo of himself, hand to the face, with a few flossy pieces. From the pinky ring covered in diamonds, and the diamond bracelet and chains to match, Future writes, “Your heart glued to a building fire. SAVE ME.”
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    And just a couple days prior, he posted this classic, black-and-white cropped photo that focuses on his hefty, cuban link chains. And it appears as though Future, has deleted all previous Instagram posts prior to May 23rd.

    K. Michelle Is Releasing New Music on Death Row Records

    K. Michelle Is Releasing New Music on Death Row Records

    R&B songstress, K. Michelle, is set to release her new single on Death Row Records. The storied West Coast label, has taken her under their wing - even gifting her with an official hoodie, which she wore for a photo opp. “Guess who’s releasing a record on DEATHROW,” she wrote on Twitter. For Michelle, this marks a new chapter in her career as its been a ream of hers to release music through a label that once signed the legendary, Tupac Shakur.

    “I used to wear my Tupac shirt my momma bought me and rap and sing! Do anything you want!”

    If you recall, K. Michelle was previously signed to Atlantic Records; releasing four albums, with her recent being 2017’s “Kimberly: The People I Used to Know.” But for some time now, the label has removed her from the artist roster on their website.

    A little about Death Row, if you’ve been out of the loop since the early 1990’s (insert eyeball here), the label was founded in 1991 by Suge Knight, Dr. Dre and the D.O.C. It became the home for Hip Hop royalty including Dre, Snoop Dogg, Tupac, and Nate Dogg.

     

     

     Earlier this year, we unveiled our official KingIce x Death Row Records collaboration utilizing the iconic Death Row Records logo.