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Directed by Jason Boulware.
Highlife Dre and Gzus Piece appear in the Chicago edition of Nat Geo’s Drugs, Inc. (not really) for the official video of “Bulls Vs Magic 2″. Highlife and Gzus snapped for this one. Viewer discretion is advised.
Highlife’s self-titled debut can be found right here.
Chuck gets some help from a few spitters, including Vic Mensa and Sulaiman, on track seven from his forthcoming Convertibles LP. Everything we’ve heard from Chuck’s album has been crazy and this joint is no exception.
Do yourself a solid and check out “Money Clip” below. Convertibles drops April 8th.
Directed by Roger Tino Morales. Produced by Na$im Williams.
Saint Millie gets introspective while taking a trip down Madison avenue for his latest visual, “Dream 312″. This one was a FSD favorite from Millie’s Road To Glory project, so it’s nice to see a video for it. If you haven’t heard Road To Glory, grab it right here. Glory coming soon.
And if you look closely, you’ll see Millie is rocking that FSD x Jugrnaut anniversary bucket hat. You’ll be able to purchase one of those soon. Stay woke.
Directed by HDotRoss.
Cap comes through with a new joint from one of his three forthcoming projects, which he’s calling “Breathe Eazy”. Press play and keep an ear out for Cap’s Open Bar mixtape, coming out soon.
Directed by Alvin Elmore. Produced by Track Surg.
Leoski D gets some help from KD, Bo Deal and G Count for his latest visual, “Stick Up”. Leoski’s new project, City Of Da Savage, is scheduled to drop later this spring. Until then, check out the first offering from it above.
Shot and chopped by Verluxe.
Now that Welcome To Fazoland has been released, G Herbo offers everyone a look at what it took to put his debut project together. In the first episode of Welcome To Fazoland: Making Of A Classic, Herb talks the meaning of ‘Fazoland’, the story behind his tape and what keeps him going.
Welcome To Fazoland is available for stream/download here.
Chuck Inglish, Chance, Macie Stewart and Donnie Trumpet — need I say more? This joint is too dope. Expect this smooth record to appear on Chuck’s Convertibles LP, which drops April 18th. Props to TFH for the assist.
Produced by Kanye West and DJ Mustard.
Sean Don liberates his verse for Ricky Rozay’s Kanye and Betty Wright-assisted “Sanctified”. We’re not sure if Sean’s verse was cut from Ross’ track or if the record actually belonged to Sean first (that’s what we’ve heard), but we’re glad to hear Sean spitting over this joint. Check out Sean’s verse below.