[Video] MPH – “Doubting Tom” (Dir: BRadBeats)

Man Praisin Hard aka MPH is a talented 21 year old out of Atlanta. He was only eight years old when he began writing and making music and has performed alongside the likes of Patti LaBelle and John Legend. After a series of successful independent albums, he brings us visuals for his song “Doubting Tom”. His lyrics are energetic and revealing. He brings forth doubts about life and the inner workings of his mind that we can all relate to. Check out the video below!

[Video] Ricky Hil – “Sarah’s Song” (Dir: Lamar C. Taylor)

Ricky Hil is one of those artists that you can’t really figure out. I mean, all artists at one point show signs of optimism and exuberance but in Ricky’s case he shows none at all. Ricky’s been in the game for a couple of years with stand-out mixtapes such as Limos were Cool in the 90s, to his recent addition, Support Your Local Drug Dealer. The Warner Records artist definitely made it clear that his music is filled with raw, gritty emotion as seen in tracks like “I Can’t Stand” to “Nomads”, which features The Weeknd. So it’s no surprise that he’s part of Ricky Hil’s new visual to “Sarah’s Song”, which is off S.Y.D.D. The music video, directed by Lamar C. Taylor and filmed by Abel himself, truly does justice to Ricky Hil’s brutal honesty and lifestyle. It’s definitely unique.

[Audio] Vicktor Taiwò ft. Solomon – “Digital Kids” (Prod: Felix Joseph)

Alternative music is really breaking the barriers that were set by generic artists. It’s come to a point where if an artist has a consistent, distinct sound, they’ll always have a loyal following as seen through the likes of The Weeknd, Johnny Rain and today, Vicktor Taiwò. Next to Frank Ocean I never thought I’d hear an artist that would sound as smooth and with substance, but I stand corrected. Vicktor Taiwò is an artist from The East End, Britiain (UK) and has been posting covers throughout the year. He’s best known for his cover on “Kiss You” by One Direction, and trust me, it’s way better than the original. I’ve been following him since then and I’m pleased to announce that he dropped an original with rapper, Solomon. You won’t be disappointed.

[Video] Clear Soul Forces – “Beats Rhymes and Life” (Dir: Richard Taylor)

HOT DAMN! Seriously, somebody sign these dudes already – or more importantly, somebody get these dudes across the border for a show in Canada. Detroit’s Clear Soul Forces just dropped the visuals to “Beats Rhymes and Life”, the first single off their upcoming album Gold PP7s. On “Beats Rhymes and Life”, Ilajide handles the head-nodding production as the foursome take turns tapping in and unleashing verbal assault. Good news, Gold PP7s is set for release in the fall. If you’ve been sleeping on Clear Soul Forces, make sure you check out our interview with them. Check out the visuals to “Beats Rhymes and Life” below.

[Video] Maestro Ft. Kardinal Offishall – “Dearly Departed” (Behind the Scenes)

Canadian legends Maestro and Kardinal Offishall give us the in-depth, behind the scenes look into the making of “Dearly Departed” from Maestro’s upcoming album Orchestrated Noise. Make sure to check out additional photos and videos as our homie Chedo also had the opportunity to witness the event take place during his stay in Toronto that weekend. Watch the BTS music video shoot below and let us know what you think of the footage in the comments section.

Special thanks to Nick Pulver-Andrews for putting together this great look into the making of “Dearly Departed”.

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