Directed by Alvin Elmore
Twista enters an alternate universe for this eerie new clip for “Devils Angel.” Marching skeletons, gargoyles, shadowy figures — its a post-apocalyptic Chicago. Watch it above and be sure to buy T’s new album, The Dark Horse, at all retailers now.
Twista’s long-awaited ninth studio album isn’t set to be released until next week, but you can stream the album in it’s entirety below thanks to Billboard. Unfortunately, it’s the clean version of the LP, but at least we still get to hear it a week early.
The album includes production and guest appearances from The Legendary Traxster, Tech N9ne, Xcel, Wiz Khalifa and many more. Dark Horse arrives in stores and online retailers August 12th, via Caroline Records.
Directed by Scott Emo. Produced by Oddz N Endz.
Twista switches things up a bit and delivers a visual for “Got Away”, a bonus track from his forthcoming Dark Horse LP. If you’ve ever lost someone, this one’s for you.
Check out the video above. Dark Horse hits stores August 12th.
Directed by Matt Swinsky. Produced by The Legendary Traxster.
An official video for Twista and Tia London’s “It’s Yours” is finally here and you can watch it directly above. Good to see that this record received the visual treatment.
Twista’s new album, Dark Horse, hits stores August 12th via Caroline Records.
Produced by C-Sick
T cuts loose a bonus track from his forthcoming album, The Dark Horse, due out August 12th. And I know what you’re thinking: a collab with Keef and Stunt T a bonus track? But yes, it’s that serious. A friend of Twista is a friend of mine, so head below to see what they cooked up.
Shouts to DJ Smallz for the track. Grab his Southern Smoke project dropping later today.
Update: Now with CDQ/NO DJ version.
We’re a mere two weeks away from the release of Twista’s 10th solo album, The Dark Horse, and today another joint has trickled out. T gets into full character mode with this one, and turns into the devil’s angle. The beast incarnate lives on this one. The outcome? Rather frightening. There’s nowhere to run, nowhere to hide at this point.
Remember the first time you heard “Notorious Thugs” and you were like “Damn, Biggie is rapping just like Bone. Man, he might even have done the Bone better than Bone did.” Well, we’re not saying that’s the case here (doing the Twista, better than Twista that is), but damn if YP doesn’t step up in that double time flow and own it like a boss. He mastered that one effortlessly.
“Stop” is a dope summertime record featuring YP and the legend, Twista. Two superb emcees, kicking some traditional shit-talking. Looking forward to YP’s Backwood Jones project, due out later this year. Enjoy this first look below. No serious, stop what you’re doing for “Stop.”
Directed by Nick Brazinsky. Produced by The Legendary Traxster.
Did you forget about Twista? I sure hope not. The Dark Horse is always lurking. And even if he’s bound by a straight-jacket his presence will always be felt. In his latest clip, we join T in the mental ward for some psychiatric evaluations of another kind.
The Dark Horse rides everywhere on August 9, 2014.
Twista season is upon us. With his Dark Horse LP available for pre-order on iTunes, Twista drops a quick track to remind those of what he does on the mic.
The Dark Horse hits stores and digital retailers August 12th. Until then, get a taste of “Dark Horse Flow” below. Props to Nav for the heads up.
Man. Dawreck’s b-day party at Abbey Pub last week looked like one to remember. GMG was in the building. Drama Ward was in the building. A whole lot of other people were in the building…
Yes, you get to see Buk perform his verse on “Adrenaline Rush” and sure T does it at every show — but have you ever seen them do the Trax-produced classic together? Perhaps — but it’s still a rarity. Check out the footage if you missed out above.
Thanks to Midwest Mixtapes