Posts Tagged ‘ Rapper ’

Bow Wow – Nah


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Bow Wow, aka Mr. 106 & Park, steps back to the mic on his Jahlil Beats-produced track “Nah,” where he calls out posers and claims his own spot in the game. In the visuals, directed by BoyEazy, the YMCMB rapper/TV host tosses money and talks tough as a New York City skyline accents his spitting of the song’s lyrics.

Nicki Minaj – Lookin Ass N*Gga


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Rapper Nicki Minaj has never shied away from making a statement — and with her latest video, the rapstress is back in the crosshairs of controversy. The clip, for her new single “Lookin Ass Nigga,” has drawn mixed reviews so far, but what’s sparked a debate isn’t the track itself — but, rather, her unofficial cover art, which uses an image of Malcolm X holding a gun.

The Game Ft. Lil Wayne, Big Sean And Jeremih – All That Lady


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West Coast rapper The Game recently signed to Lil Wayne and Baby’s Cash Money Records, after fulfilling his last deal with Interscope Records. But The Game isn’t finish promoting his last album just yet as he provides a new visual for his song “All That Lady”  from his latest album Jesus Piece. 

Black Dave – Million Man March


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New York’s bourgeoning emcee Black Dave spooks the web with a Brandon Kuzma-directed video for the Black Bart cut “Million Man March.” The Shy Beats-produced anthem is given a treatment that sees the young rapper spitting his motivational 16s against a slew of backdrops, from the streets of NY with his comrades at his side to a rail yard in a blood-drenched T-shirt.

Eminem – Survival


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The new video for Eminem’s “Survival,” the track thatrecently premiered as part of the “Call of Duty: Ghosts” video game, has arrived, and it finds the Detroit rapper tagging and bragging once again. Eminem shows up spray-painting a ghostlike face onto the side of a building as he raps about what sounds like his journey through the music world, which he characterizes as a fight between fame and artistic expression.

Most Rappers Are Lying About Their Money


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From expensive clothes to gaudy chains and customized rides, wealth has always been a major talking point in the hip-hop community – especially in rap lyrics. As Jay-Z chides on Magna Carta… Holy Grail‘s “Versus” track, “The truth in my verses versus your metaphors about what your net worth is.” Thus, Businessweek recently launched an inside look into hip-hop’s dubious tales of extraordinary wealth. The results confirm Hov’s skepticism of rap’s tried-and-true rags-to-riches narrative – one in which Jay has taken part in the truest sense while others’ claims to a cache of prosperity are, in truth, mostly unrealized.Here, Businessweek hilariously ousts some of the industry’s worst offenders – and most “humble” lyricists – with a telling “Actual Wealth vs. Alleged Wealth” comparison.

2 Chainz featuring Pharrell – Feds Watching


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Enlisting the great Pharrell Williams for vocals as well as producing credits, 2 Chainz premiered his upbeat single “Feds Watching”.