Dressed in all white, Kendrick Lamar attends a funeral service in the newest video off good kid, m.A.A.d city. Though the mourning quickly livens up right after he is baptized by Mike Epps in a pool full of liquor. Here’s a little fact about the track, there is a sample of “Tiden Flyver” by Boom Clap Bachelors looped into the full instrumental, produced by Sounwave. Watch Kendrick’s new video for “Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe” below and let me know if you think the concept is fitting for the song. Pay close attention to the words!
Here is a little throwback from a few weeks ago. Directed by Young Gunz, the visuals for “Fuck Love” off Locksmith’s latest album The Green Box take you along side Locksmith in an all white bedroom as he looks into his heart and takes an in depth approach to what love is all about. Locksmith has been growing to be one of my favorite artists as the days go by, you don’t want to sleep on this dude! Be on the lookout for an exclusive interview The Come Up Show just did with Locksmith on Saturday’s radio show if you missed it as well!
“During the course of our lives we lose and find love. We experience great pain and joy. But these ups and downs are what let us know we are living.”
Gearing up to release his newest mixtape this summer, Richie Blackz dropped the promo video for Le Renaissance this afternoon and I have to say, I’m excited for this one! With all original songs and some more Richie to blast in your stereo system’s, I can picture driving to the beach with this turned up to the max in the car already. If you know anything about the Renaissance era, you can see the creativity put into this project, though I’ll let Richie explain the rest in the video below.
“The Renaissance was an era filled with art and enlightenment that proceeded after the Dark Ages. It was an era that changed everything and that’s exactly what this project is all about.”
After paying his respects to a friend who had recently passed away, Gangis Khan schools the “Younger Heads” in the latest video off his newest project Ninja Music: The Andy Burner Project, directed by IllaCity Productions. This is one of my favorite songs off the mixtape, if you haven’t had the chance to take it all in yet, I highly recommend it.