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It’s been a long time coming but the wait is finally over as Travi$ Scott releases his highly anticipated debut project today with Owl Pharaoh. We’re proud of what Travi$ has accomplished so far in his career and look forward to his progress in the future. This album holds 13 tracks with features from James Fauntleroy, A$AP Ferg, Toro Y Moi, Theophilus London and more. Without further adieu, Enjoy Owl Pharaoh below.
Here’s the new video for Action Bronson’s latest single “Strictly 4 My Jeeps.” Taking place in Queens, New York, the video stars Riff Raff, pitbulls, big beautiful women, and a big ol’ badass jeep.
You may or may not have heard that Gunplay miraculously avoided a life sentence stemming from the robbery/ aggravated assault commited against his accountant. Don Logan is back with a new lease on life and new visuals for 601&Snort standout “Bible On The Dash”. Shout out to Gunplay’s Lawyer!
This song has been out for a few days but this is definitely a good track and worth the late post. Interesting move by Drake to sign a Weeknd-esque artist not long after it was rumored that he and The Weeknd parted ways.
The Weeknd is back with some new music. I’m guessing this is the debut single off his new project entitled “KissLand”, sounds good either way.
Kendrick Lamar and company don all white formalwear and hold a funeral procession for “Molly” in the visual for standout track “B*tch Don’t Kill My Vibe”. I-Spy a Beats By Dre Pill even at a christening, God level producet placements.
Kanye West lip syncs the Y’all feel like that?! refrain in the new video for “Numbers on the Boards,” a track he co-produced for Pusha-T with Don Cannon. Directed by So Me, it’s seemingly a communique from the Paris encampment where Kanye’s been recording his “dark but really good” new album with rumored collaborators John Legend, Skrillex, Daft Punk and Chief Keef, who also appears briefly.
Smith Westerns explore a dream world of young love. Directed by Alan Del Rio Ortiz.
BHHTV recently teamed up with ASAP Rocky and documented his rise to fame in a new piece based off the song Suddenly.