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Evicted.

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Share This.Rambunctious rapstress, Chippy Nonstop, offered up her latest last week by dropping new visuals for the single “Kick Out Da Club” off of #GLOBALSCHOOLOFTWERK. Chippy, whose real name is Chhavi Nanda, employed Kreayshawn to direct the video and Spaghetto for the animation. In the video, Chippy goes ape shit while she rocks the mic and proceeds to run a muck in the club before she slaps a bouncer and is promptly removed; Read More

Burying the Alter.

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Share This.After last week’s sneak peek, Jay-Z and Kanye West finally dropped the visuals for their popular single “No Church in the Wild”. Directed by Romain Gavras and featuring Frank Ocean, neither Hov, Yeezy or Frank make an appearance in the video. Instead, the video — which was shot in Prague — stands alone as a theatrical critique of one of society’s most provocative issues, sociopolitical revolution. “No Church in Read More

Pusha’s Exodus.

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Share This.The recent beef between Lil’ Wayne and Pusha T has rap fans salivating. Shots — the lyrical kind — were fired over Pusha’s “Exodus 23:1″ (“Thou shalt not raise [bring out] an empty report.”) this month and Wayne responded this past week with the rather empty “Goulish”. However, Pusha doubled back with that banana by releasing a video this morning to accompany his venomous bars. The gritty video is Read More

One Advance Summer.

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Share This.Here’s a charming little video for a song that could very well be the song we play all summer. Directed by Philip Hodges and performed by Advance Base, “Summer Music” is a glum but nonchalant tale of separation and redemption. In the video, a heartbroken muppet-like fellow named Fritz finds himself down in the dumps over losing his human girlfriend Chelsea but discovers a solution through DYI tunage and one of Read More

Ghost God.

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Share This.A$AP affiliate SpaceGhostPurrp recently released new visuals for his single “The Black God”. Many are anticipating his forthcoming project Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp and telling from the likes of this video, we’re in for a shitload of phonk, grim gold, and deep black. Mysterious Phonk: Chronicles of SpaceGhostPurrp is set for June 12th. “The Black God” by SpaceGhostPurrp.↓

Swimming in Trash.

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Share This.Shoegaze quartet Trailer Trash Tracys just released a new video today for “Los Angered”, the first single from their debut album Ester. The video, directed by Penny Mills, is a dreamy and psychedelic whirlpool consisting of trippy colors, vibrant foams and melting crayons. The London gang looks semi-disinterested — as usual —  while Susanne Aztoria’s honeyed vocals sing a sweet lullaby. “Los Angered” by Trailer Trash Tracys.↓

The Take Over.

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Share This.Electronic quartet Cut Copy‘s video for their single “Take Me Over” sends a great anti-bullying message and also features some cool DYI cardboard robot sorcery. The video is directed by Ryan Patrick and is receiving many pats on the back for its moral undertone and imaginative concept. The song was originally featured on the Australian band’s album Zonoscope. “Take Me Over” by Cut Copy.↓