Taken from Tinie Tempah’s new album YOUTH.
Nicki Minaj’s diss track to Remy Ma gets a visual, and it sees her (along with collaborators Drake and Lil Wayne) in London. Check out the new clip for ‘No Frauds’ above.
So Solid alum Harvey is back with a new track titled ‘Own The Night’, which sees production from Blinkie and features American R&B singer Christina Milian. Pick up the single here.
The tale of two legends. For his latest, Lethal Bizzle links with Boy Better Know’s Skepta in his new visual for ‘I Win’, taken from the forthcoming EP You’ll Never Make A Million From Grime (released 5th May; pre-order here).
Starring actor Don Cheadle (ScHoolboy Q also makes an appearance) and taken from Kendrick’s latest album DAMN..
Taken from Youth, released this Friday (pre-order here).
Image credit: Alex Hodor Lee
Premiered courtesy of W Magazine, Mykki Blanco delivers a powerful new visual for ‘Hideway’, taken from last year’s debut album Mykki. In the Daisy Zhou-directed clip, the spotlight is cast on the impact of HIV in relationships (done in lieu of National Youth HIV/AIDS Awareness Day).
Pick up Mykki here.
Toro Y Moi’s contribution to Secretly Canadian’s Our First 100 Days gets a weird suicide-themed visual. Check it out above.
Taken from Arca’s new self-titled album, available for streaming below.
This is dope: Sampha has linked with Kahlil Joseph to create a dope short film based around his new album Process. The singer-musician delivered the Apple Music clip by way of the below message:
It’s been a genuine pleasure to work with Kahlil and his whole team. They’ve been so humble and sensitive with me in creating this film. I’m really proud of it and happy it’s being shared. Thank-you to Apple Music and everyone at Young Turks and Pulse Films who have pushed for this and believed in it enough to make it happen.
Check out an “excerpt” above and watch the entire short film here.
WizKid delivers a new visual for his single ‘Come Closer’, which features Drake (who doesn’t make an appearance in the clip). Enjoy above and pick up the single here.
For his latest, Maxsta puts his twist on Grim Sickers’ ‘Kane’ (produced by Swifta Beater).