Fresh off his Summertime Shootout mixtape, which dropped yesterday, Fabolous releases the visual to one of the project’s standout tracks, “The Plug.” Check it out and listen to the full mixtape below. Let us know what you think by connecting with us via Facebook and/or Twitter.
The artist formerly known as Diddy has Hip Hop heads applauding his most recent work. Earlier in the year we discovered that he is dropping his sequel to his 1997 debut. Since then, the Harlem entertainer has been putting that “work in.” A few days ago he released his mixtape MMM, which serves as an appetizer for No Way Out 2.
Money Makin Mitch is the soundtrack to the fictional character from the film Paid In Full. One of the toughest tracks on MMM is Diddy’s “Workin.” The mixtape’s version of the song features verses from Big Sean and Travi$ Scott. Check out the new visual to “Workin” below.
Recently, Lua Proc has been putting a lot of work in, so it’s more than fitting for his breakout track to be titled “Work.” The new song/video features Baton Rouge, Louisiana emcee Kevin Gates. The visual for work, which was directed by Dorin “StarrNamedMarr” Williams and James “RuffBone” White, was recently premiered on BET Jams. Today you can check out the official “Work” video right here at The Roundtable Empire.
In this video you can find both Lua Proc and Gates in Proc’s hometown of Pittsburgh riding the Stevie B produced beat with ease. Watch the new video by Lua Proc below and be sure to let us know what you think by connecting with us via Facebook and/or Twitter.
DJ Khaled has been flaunting his upcoming I Change A Lot album for some time now. The album, which will be Khaled’s 8th studio album, was led by it’s first single, “They Don’t Love You No More,” featuring French Montana, Rick Ross, Meek Mill and Jay Z, in the summer of 2014. Since then, Khaled has followed that single up with “Hold You Down” featuring Chris Brown, Jeremih, August Alsina, and Future; and “How Many Times,” which featured Lil Wayne, Chris Brown and Big Sean.
This morning the Miami rep officially announced the release date for I Changed A Lot and released two brand new singles and music videos, along with the official cover art for the album, pictured above. The new album drops October 23rd and the two new visuals are for his singles “Gold Slugs” featuring Chris Brown, August Alsina and Fetty Wap and the Future, Trey Songz and Jeremih-featured “You Mine”.
Detroit native DeJ Loaf gained mass appeal last year with her smash hit “Try Me”. Since then she has been proving that she is much more than a “one-hit wonder”. DeJ’s EP #AndSeeThatsTheThing, which was released in July of this year, gave listeners a chance to get better acquainted with the double-threat emcee as she showcased her own R&B skills behind that soft voice. As fans await for a debut album by DeJ Loaf, she revisits #AndSeeThatsTheThing and delivers a brand new visual to “Back Up” featuring fellow Detroit native Big Sean.
In the “Back Up” video, you can find Loaf and friends hitting up a local roller rink and demonstrating some pretty dope skate-work. Be sure to keep an eye on this 2015 XXL Freshman as she continues to blossom into a Hip Hop vet.
Check out DeJ Loaf’s “Back Up” video featuring Big Sean below.
Rick Ross continues on with his march for the throne by dropping a 9-minute video for his standout Black Dollar track, “Money Dance”. The Dream featured song takes listeners back to the melodic soulful Ross that stood apart from the competition just a few years ago. Simply put, “Money Dance” is Rozay at his best.
Check out the visual to “Money Dance” below and let us know what you think by connecting with us on Twitter and/or Facebook.
“Trap Queen” hit-maker Fetty Wap has been crushing numbers and milestones all year. The New Jersey native was chosen as part of the XXL magazine 2015 Freshman Class, but he is doing things in Hip Hop most vets couldn’t achieve. He became the first male rapper with three songs in the top 20 spots on the Billboard Hot 100 chart since Eminem did so in 2013. He also became the first male rapper in four years to have singles reach the top 10 of the same chart at the same time since Lil Wayne did so in 2011. With his fourth single “Again”, Wap became the first act in the Hot Rap Songs chart’s 26-year history to chart his first four entries in the top 10 simultaneously.
Wap’s third single, “My Way,” peaked at number seven on the Billboard Hot 100. As of this month, the single has sold over 534,000 copies domestically. Today fans can finally watch the visual to Fetty Wap’s “My Way” by checking out the video below. The video is the perfect segue to this Friday’s release of Fetty Wap‘s self-titled debut album.
Watch the “My Way” video below and let us know if you think the wait was worth it.
Fresh off of his One Hell Of a Nite tour, Chris Brown is right back on the scene with a new 9-minute short film for his latest single, “Liquor,” and new track, “Zero.” The visual for “Liquor” is definitely worth watching and fans are also treated to a new record from Brown as a bonus. Check out the music video below and get ready for some more new Breezy as he is currently putting the final touches on his upcoming album entitled Royalty.