Watch Jay Electronica Bring Out Jay Z at the Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival

At yesterday’s Brooklyn Hip-Hop Festival, Jay Electronica took over the stage and brought some friends with him. Not like he needed any help to get people excited, but he was joined by J. Cole, Talib Kweli,... Read more »

Watch Eminem Bring Out Dr. Dre at Wembley Stadium in London

Last night, Eminem performed at Wembley Stadium in London for the first of two back-to-back sold-out shows. Danny Brown and Odd Future opened, but there was another familiar guest who showed up for the event: Dr.... Read more »

Video: APB – “Write My Song”

APB have shared the Warren Credo-directed video for the Egos and Expectations highlight “Write My Song.” The duo are shown in the video competing over a girl, before it all ends in violence. It’s not all grim though,... Read more »

Video: SZA – “Julia/(Tender)”

TDE artist SZA has released a new double video for “Julia/(Tender).” The former track appeared on her recent album, Z, whereas the second track is a preview of a yet to be released song. The video showcases... Read more »

Video: Busdriver ft. Aesop Rock & Danny Brown – “Ego Death”

After garnering a lot of attention with last month’s “Ego Death” featuring Aesop Rock and Danny Brown, LA rapper Busdriver has followed the single up with an enthralling set of visuals. The futuristic video directed by... Read more »

Christopher Owens Announces New Album and Shares “Nothing More Than Everything To Me” Video

Christopher Owens continues to forge ahead with his post-Girls life, releasing another new song (previously we heard “It Comes Back To You“) from his forthcoming second solo album. “Nothing More Than Everything To Me” is an... Read more »

Video Premiere: Rainy Milo – “Don’t Regret Me”

Usually when artists decide to premiere unreleased footage, it’s used to please the adoring fans who have been begging for it consistently. But unlike most artists, Rainy Milo—an emerging singer from London— is releasing never before... Read more »

Watch Woodkid’s Stunning Short Film “The Golden Age”

We saw the preview, and now we have the entire stunning short film/long music video for “The Golden Age,” the opener from Woodkid’s album of the same name. This is the fourth song from the album... Read more »

Check Out the New LNDN DRGS Video Featuring A$AP Yams and Freeway Rick Ross

If you haven’t yet heard of the up and coming rap/production duo LNDN DRGS, it may be time to do a little bit of homework. Consisting of Compton-based rapper Jay Worthy—who happens to be Grimes’ older step-brother—and producer... Read more »

Video: The GTW – “Calling Cards”

There is a lot more than gritty, aggressive hip-hop going on in Chicago right now, including a group of young artists doing interesting things in the realms of electronic production-backed pop and R&B. Nigerian-American artist The GTW,... Read more »

Video: Allan Kingdom – “Souls”

Allan Kingdom‘s unorthodox takeover continues today with a new video for “Souls,” the opening cut off his outstanding Future Memoirs EP. The fast-rising Minnesota emcee/producer is riding high off the early, positive reception to the project,... Read more »

Video: Harriet – “Ten Steps”

Continuing their streak of cinematic videos, Los Angeles band Harriet marries a memorable three minutes of piano-driven, hook-heavy rock with an absurdist clip for new single “Ten Steps” that feels like a brief transmission from some... Read more »

Video: Blood Orange ft. Skepta – “High Street”

Dev Hynes has shared yet another video from his latest Blood Orange album. This time, the video is for the Skepta-featuring track “High Street,” a highlight from last year’s Cupid Deluxe. The Lucy Luscombe-directed video takes place in... Read more »

Watch Haim Get Advice From SNL’s Vanessa Bayer on Bass Face, Lyrics, and Industry Lingo

When Vanessa Bayer isn’t busy with Saturday Night Live, she’s doubling as music industry guru, Janessa Slater, for her web series Sound Advice. On the show, she interviews famous artists and gives them hilariously horrible advice... Read more »

Watch Wara From The NBHD’s Lighthearted Video For “Beige”

The gritty, grimy darkness of previous Wara From The NBHD songs “Scrilla” and “Squeal” might suggest that a video from the Brooklyn-born, Atlanta-based would be a menacing affair, but that’s not the case with “Beige.” It’s... Read more »