“What Means The World To You?”…. That’s the question asked by AMIR DRIVER, in his latest visual, shot & edited by PHRSH Films. With his latest EP, Over Everything, out now, the Virginia spitter roll out another strong visual to accompany one of the many standout records from his latest release. Starring his nephew, Zion “Boogie” Holmes, Driver & PHRSH provide yet another powerful piece for you guys to enjoy.
Born in Zimbabwe, UK raised hip hop lyricist SHUMBA MAASAI is cut from a different cloth. The kind of cloth made for the artist who digs deep into his soul and broadcasts a vibration outside of the norm.
With the new video for single, Soul Seek, Shumba is painting a picture using not only the energy of his unique take on hip hop but also the enchanting vocals of Saffron and the production talent of Holland based deeB.
So go on, have a soothing Monday and check out the video.
Self-proclaimed ‘rhythmic philosopher’ BENJAMIN A.D. returns with a eye-catching black and white visual to brand new track, Come My Way released on Friday.
The South London rapper endeavors to cover issues that relate to the daily lives of his audience and encourages them to connect with the track on a personal level.
The loneliness encountered by the artist whilst traversing this internal struggle is captured perfectly by the theatrical monochrome visuals for the track, directed by Miloflembo and Dir Lx, who “wanted to make the viewer ask questions, with many hidden meanings behind each scene” explaining that “the whole story is not what it would seem.”
Both directors worked with BENJAMIN A.D. on his last single, Monster’s Ball, with Dir Lx being known for his numerous SBTV freestyles. The film noir-style video fits perfectly with the eloquent rhymes and tight production of the track and received praise from the likes of The Source and RWD.
Check out the video to Come My Way.
After a lengthy hiatus, JORDAN SEFTON is back with the first instalment of music titled, God JS (i).
The two and a half record features a wavey old school beat where the London rapper doesn’t hold back and delivers bars that shudder with realness and honesty.
This is the first single to be released via Damm Records from his new material and will be available to order on iTunes at the end of the month.
For now, have a listen to God JS (i).
Miami’s slick hip-hopper MONEY ROD has dropped this spanking new track, Plain Jane. The four-minute production features some great one-liners over even greater angelically-stagnant sound. Give him a trial!