Mr. Fluid takes us to the store in new “Shop Til U Drop” visual

Mr. Fluid impressed earlier in the year with his eclectic “When Conformity Isn’t Enough” LP and returns to 1DF today. He recently released his “Shop Til U Drop” video, a standout track from the aforementioned LP. Kira Cummings helps to direct the clip which takes a look at the consumerist culture we live in today….

LoneMoon releases “Better Luck Next Time” as well as “Day By Day” visual

LoneMoon recently made a very brave and liberating statement by coming out as transgender. After premiering the first video, “Back To It,” to her just released project, Better Luck Next Time, in early September and receiving an uncomfortable amount of attention, Moon decided to finally acknowledge something he had in fact been struggling with for…

I The Victor shows off her unique “posi-rap” style in “Tongue & Stutter” video

Atlanta-based alternative pop (self proclaimed posi-rap) project I The Victor have released a new single, titled “Tongue & Stutter,” out on all digital platforms NOW. Along with the music video, I The Victor’s Rebecca Ramos sparkles in “Tongue & Stutter,” a track that uncovers small self-realizations amidst a personal sabbatical from the stressors of social media. The…

Toronto artist Speng drops visual for gritty single, ‘On God’

Speng is an up and coming rap artist from Toronto, bringing an authentic street sound with lyrical prowess. “On God” is Speng’s latest single release and has been heating up with fans online. The record details Speng’s story growing up in a rough environment and surviving struggles to make it out. Speaking on the visual…

Dima Kash takes a look at marital issues and more in “Love/Hate” video

Dima Kash’s “Love/Hate” music video released Tues., Oct. 16, plays like a theatrical drama, taking on problems that impact numerous households — marital issues, questions of paternity and texting and driving. “The video has a deep meaning,” says the St. Paul, Minnesota-based artist who wrote the screenplay. “Basically, you got to appreciate what you got…

Otis Clapp brings his new “Fake Love” visual

Otis Clapp’s dark alter ego, Quentin Ballantino, takes account of phony friends on “Fake Love.” Today, the Nyenteenatey2-directed music video for the Quentin EP standout is premiered by HipHopDX. “This is my way of nonchalantly telling my fake ‘friends’ to eat a frank.” – Otis Clapp The “Fake Love” visual is the fourth music video…

Lucas Roth takes us to the L.A. skyline in “Three Strikes” visual

On a rooftop in front of the famous L.A. skyline, Lucas Roth captures the visuals for his single “Three Strikes.” The Detroit native and his crew display his wild and fun lifestyle over the beat packed with heavy bass and modern drums. The record is featured on Roth’s debut album titled ‘You’re Gonna Go Far, Kid’ which…

Jackson Turner – ‘Let Me Clear My Throat’ (video)

New York City emcee Jackson Turner presents the Tukes Productions-directed music video for “Let Me Clear My Throat”, the Strazdine-produced new single from Turner’s forthcoming album Bare Knuckle Soul, set to feature Luney Tunez, Bugle, Fantan Mojah, Nkese P, Niki Darling and Ikeyia. Turner’s 2015 EP Foundation hit the CMJ and !Earshot charts and was followed by Long Time…

Charlie $lum – “Bummer”

Serving as an ode to the underdogs, Charlie Slum aka Charles Slum unloads his latest track “Bummer.” Accompanied with matching visuals, the Steel City native describes the song as “a petty rub in the face to all doubters.” Produced by Moe, The Natural & DJ Macky D the hard-hitting cut is yet another example of…