Pittsburgh native and emcee Mac Miller drops the visual to his latest single, “Weekend,” featuring Miguel. The track is from Mac’s third album and major label debut, GO:OD AM. In the video you can catch Miller vibing to the possibilities of what the “Weekend” may bring. As Mac looks on to the “Weekend” he brings Miguel along for the ride. Watch as the two take on the “Weekend” and ride out on the city together. You also have to peep Mac in the hallway with the trippy women whose faces are covered.
Brooklyn bred emcee Fabolous dropped The Young OG Project last year on Christmas, his first studio album since 2009. This year for the holidays he drops the visual to one of the album’s hottest tracks, “She Wildin.” This remake of Nas’ “Oochie Wally,” featuring Chris Brown, is a passion themed track with a House Party themed visual.
This House Party vibe is just in time for the New Year celebration. The Gerard Victor-directed video has a dope 90’s throwback feel to it and is sure to get you on your feet.
Watch the new video below and be on the lookout for The Young OG Project 2, dropping in February.
Western Pennsylvania emcee Jay La’Mont is a young man with a very wise mentality. The 20 year old rapper knows that it is going to take more than just some clever bars to take him to the next level. The Johnstown native is working hard to not only create great music, but to build his Genius Society movement as well. Jay recently dropped his Before The Genius EP which was well received. Below you can watch a video to one of the standout tracks from the EP, “Stay Positive.”
Jay is known for his trippy lyrics and positive vibes, but many don’t realize that he is also the guy behind many of the beats that he is dropping 16’s on. His Kanye West like talents have already placed him in a lane of his own. With that being said, it is not a real shocker that Kanye is one of Jay’s musical influences. However, Jay La’Mont’s musical influences are very broad, which is another great example of why his music does not fit in any particular niche. His wide-ranging influences include artists like Kanye West, Travis Scott, Wiz Khalifa, Wale, Snoop Dogg, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Jimi Hendrix and The Beatles. You can also catch him on any given day vibing to the sounds of George Clinton, Prince, and Eric Clapton. “I’m into music period. All of it is incorporated into my music,” said Jay. “It’s hard to really define my sound because it is so diverse.”
The Before The Genius EP is definitely an eargasm waiting to happen. The 12-track EP features production by Jay and it includes dope tracks like “Fly Away,” “Said And Done,” and “Open Your Mind.”
“I wanted to create music that would reflect the brand,” said Jay, “Before The Genius is the beginning of our story, from there I am going to continue to build on this. Soon I’ll be dropping the next chapters to the story.” “This is going to be crazy, almost like a movie.”
Stream Before The Genius by Jay La’Mont below. Also, if you are in the Pittsburgh area, be on the lookout for a special event featuring Jay, details are listed below.
Jadakiss delivers the latest visual from his new album Top 5 Dead Or Alive. “Aint Nothing New” features R&B singer Ne-Yo and Los Angeles emcee Nipsey Hussle. The exclusive “director’s cut” video shows exactly how Jada always keeps it 11o% in the streets and further proves why he never sold out to sell himself.
Today, Method Man dropped his visual for “The Purple Tape” from his fifth studio album, The Meth Lab. The J57 produced “The Purple Tape” features Raekwon, Inspectah Deck and Meth’s son, Raekwon…yup, two Raekwons one track.
The video, which was directed by the Last American B-Boy, shows Meth and his team rocking out to the purple theme. Method Man currently has autographed limited edition copies of The Meth Lab for sale here.
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”.