More reefer madness for 4/20. This time courtesy of Jay Stonez. Kush is the strain. Put one in the air while watching. It’s a love story!
Directed by DGainz. Produced by I.B.C.L.A.S.S.I.C.
Wheatie and Illi take everyone on a trip through the south suburbs in the visual aid for their collaboration, “No Effort”. Look for this record to appear on Wheatie’s new project, Sham Shame, due out later this year.
Young Chop provides the backdrop for Gleesh, Dew Baby and Meatchi on “I Swear”, which is one of the two joints Chop laced on the Slutty Boyz’ Da New Kool mixtape.
Check out “I Swear” below and be sure to give the Da New Kool a full listen right here.
Directed by Stunna Reese
The triple OGs, Do Or Die, join in on the 4/20 fun with their first official video in many moons titled, “Loud Pack.” This is reminiscent of the slow-rolling smoking songs you know and love from the trio. In the clip above they bless an unsuspecting party with their herbal essence. I know the neighbors weren’t happy about this one.
Produced by C. Lang
Let the official 4/20 games begin. On this national rap holiday, Ill Legit and the artist formerly known as EST85 kick things off with this ode to all things green: money, the Hulk, foliage. Well, maybe not the Hulk. Sail the seven seas below.
Directed by Verluxe
Gzus Piece kicks off the 4/20 festivities a few hours early with his “Roll That Thang Up” video. There’s more than just elevators going up in this clip. Supporting cast includes Sulaiman. Smoke ‘em if you got ‘em.
Directed by Jo Jo Capone. Filmed & edited by Mike Lyles.
Jo Jo and the Global Gangsters dominate the road while staying in their own lane with this new visual from their forthcoming project. #PassportGang is the album, and you can expect it to hit later this year. Get your stamps up.
It’s been a minute since we’ve heard some new greatness from GI’s own, D-Edge. Well, after a brief hiatus he returns with Smiley in tow to drop this self-produced bubbler entitled “Rock-A-Bye.” Getting sleepy?