Directed by Brian Beletic (who explains the clip below) and taken from RTJ3.
The video for ‘Legend Has It’ plays with the theme of guilty until proven innocent. We live in a world where the stronger the truth the greater the opposition. In this story EL-P and Killer Mike are in a police lineup and the cards are stacked heavily against them. But why is that?” And for Run the Jewels, “this video is a worst nightmare scenario. High on acid and caught in the system. Pitted against icons of innocence in a police line up that doesn’t feel real. No bunnies were hurt in the making of this video.
Nardwuar continues to drop interviews from SXSW — his latest is with Apple Music’s Zane Lowe. Watch above.
NPR’s latest Tiny Desk concert sees London’s Sampha performing beautiful renditions of ‘Plastic 100°C’, ‘(No One Knows Me) Like the Piano’ and ‘Blood On Me’ — all taken from Sampha’s debut album Process. Enjoy that above.
Starring the beautiful actress Natalie Portman and taken from last year’s The Colour In Anything.
South London-based Hip-Hop collective Last Night In Paris liberate a new visual for the Ginuwine-sampling ‘Forest’, which is taken from their Pure EP.
For their latest, Vibbar liberate a new visual for ‘Like Dat’, which sees members Jordy and Skits DB linking with Boy Better Know’s Jme.
For his latest, Jason Derulo drops off a new visual for his latest single ‘Swalla’, which features assistance from Ty Dolla $ign and Nicki Minaj (who may or may not have been sending shots at Remy Ma). Check out the colourful clip above and pick up the single here.
Taken from Arca’s forthcoming album (which is now self-titled; we believe it used to be called Reverie), released 7th April. Pre-order via iTunes.
For his latest, Korean emcee Keith Ape delivers a new visual for ‘Swanton Bomb!’, which merges his track with some classic wrestling footage (most importantly, Jeff Hardy). Check out the clip above, courtesy of 88Rising.
Crazy. During a recent O2 tour stop (his final), Drake decided to bring out close friends Skepta, Popcaan, Nicki Minaj and more to the delight of the packed arena…you can check that out above and below. In related news, Skepta also decided to address being called a “crackhead” (as well as a recent outfit choice)…that’s been added below as well.
Also: Drake’s inclusion of Skepta, Giggs, Sampha and Jorja Smith had a positive effect on their individual sales as well…you more on that here.
You see it. Separating himself from the usual (Friday) releases, Drake has taken to social media to reveal that the long-awaited, delayed More Life will be making landfall 18th March. Can’t wait to see what’s in store for this project.
D Double E is gearing up for what’s sure to be an amazing show at O2 Academy Islington; before that, the Newham General delivers a new visual for the remix to ‘How I Like It‘, which is produced by Diamondz and sees assistance from Jme, Chip, Lethal Bizzle and Baseman.
Check out the Saloum N’Jie-directed clip above (you can also check out behind the scenes footage here)…you can get your tickets for the forthcoming headliner at Ticketmaster.