Nah, this isn’t a Spike Lee joint, but a Chancellor Bennett directed clip, in association with Social Experiment — or Sox for short. Today, Chance and the band break us off with this brand new joint titled “No Better Blues.” But nah, this isn’t just sad boy raps. It’s new SOX, so tell a friend to tell a friend. What does Chano hate exactly? Find out below.
Before joining Gangsta Gibbs on his upcoming Camp Flog Gnaw Carnival and Fun Fun Fun Fest tour stops, ESGN spitter Giftz drops off some new heat. In the spirit of #tbt, Giftz takes on Freeway and Young Gunz’ “Full Effect” and makes it his own as expected.
Now that’s how you celebrate throwback thursday. Listen to “Full Effect” below and look for Giftz’ ESGN debut, Mirrors, to impact soon.
You heard the song, now watch the video. Benny and BJ. BJ and Benny. “Bridges Over Babylon.” Check out the funky, funky sounds and visual above.
Directed by Austin Vesely
I missed this joint the other day when it first dropped, but man this shit is hot. Austin snapped on the video, but Khori and Supa absolutely kill it. They definitely found their pocket here, and brought a lot out of this track. Get used to it, I guess.
Shorty K’s been on a roll as of late (“Don’t Make Me”, “Daddy”) and he keeps it going with this new joint, “Livin'”, featuring Sir Mike. This record is the latest offering from Shorty K’s Staks Fifth Avenue 2 project, which I hope is dropping soon. Give “Livin” a listen below.
Directed by Asa Davis
Jahzel makes his triumphant return to FSD with a riveting visual for his new single, “Wake Up!” — an introspective clip showing opposing views of two characters (played by the same actor) and how happenstance and chance brings them together. Life can change drastically in a second, so you always gotta stay woke. In other words, Wake up!
The clip contains a dope story and arc, one that you have to watch for yourself. Jahzel’s new album, The Wake Up, drops some time early next year.
The Chosen One throws his hat in the ring with this very own rendition of Dej Loaf’s current hit. The outcome? Skooda’s still as lyrically sharp as the first day we ever heard him. Try him if you will, but we suggest you move carefully. Try hard, ya die hard.
Rich Gang-affiliate, Jo Jo Capone, gets his Global gang back together to whip it real good for the cinematic clip for “Whip It.” Make sure you press play and spread the word, and don’t forget to cop those Global Gangster albums, Negative Press and Passport Gang on iTunes HERE.
I think Guwop and Keef are ready to get their pimp on.
Gucci’s Trap God 3 album is set to hit iTunes tomorrow, but we don’t have to wait until then to hear his latest collaboration with Chief Keef. Honorable C.N.O.T.E. on the beat.
This joint should hold you over until Keef and Gucci’s Big Bucci Sosa impacts in the near future. Until then, listen to “Start Pimpin” below.