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Slum Village – Yes Yes, Video.

Throwback rap videos are the best rap videos. See also People Under the Stairs’ “Trippin at the Disco” and of course Snoop’s immaculate “Sensual Seduction”. Also, Dilla beat. Sphere: Related Content


Alchemist – In Heaven’s Home (ft. Prodigy, Roc Marciano).

Only one track on Alchemist’s gospel-sampling instrumental album has rapping on it, so Alchemist called the two best rappers in his rolodex. ALC has the clout to bring the game’s best along for his wacky crate-digging adventures, but I don’t think Roc Marciano and Prodigy needed much convincing with a beat this cold. Two..

FKA Twigs – Two Weeks, Video.

FKA Twigs (which stands for “Formerly Known As”) is someone we’ve had our eye on since she released EP1 and EP2 in 2012 and 2013 respectively. She sounds like a dreamy female version of The Weeknd… with a few less NSFW references. This past week the single and video titled..

Tourist – I Can’t Keep Up.

Fresh off of a stint in the U.S., Tourist has debuted his first music video for his upcoming EP, Patterns. “I Can’t Keep Up” is the first track that Tourist has produced that has a guest vocalist and we were not disappointed. Will Heard, a British singer/songwriter, brings a good..


Dag Savage – Don’t Stop (ft. Blu).

Dag Savage (Exile and Johaz) and Blu star in National Lampoon’s Japanese Boom Bap Vacation. Bonus cut: J57′s “Been a Long Time” which is also produced by Exile. Sphere: Related Content

Tanya Morgan – Never Too Much (ft. Nitty Scott, MC), Video.

I think I’ve finally figured out why I hate most indie rap videos: too many dudes. The video for “Never Too Much” by Tanya Morgan remedies this with the beautiful Nitty Scott, MC. And while it’s not the assfest that is Schoolboy Q’s “Collard Greens” (also a great video), “Never..