Nyemiah Supreme Drops video for “Southside”

Nyemiah Supreme comes with the new video for her song Southside. The Queens rapper shows how southside Jamaica, Queens made her who she is.

Watch as the the former dancer drops bars during the journey though her hood.

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Watch Soulja Boy’s New Music Video “Don’t Nothing Move But The Money”

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Watch The New Music Video For Nas’s Illmatic Classic “Represent”

Never to late for a classic clip

As Nas celebrates the 20th anniversary of the seminal album Illmatic, he  continues to find ways to let the music live on.  Today we are blessed with a brand new original visual for track 9 off the album that many consider one of the greatest in hip hop history, “Represent”.

The video was part of a contest setup by Nas and director Jason Goldwatch in conjunction with Mass Appeal, a company that Nas is a part owner in and a very visual representative of.  Out of many submissions they chose  directer Brian Katz’s treatment.  The concept actually drew it’s inspiration from a 1924 film called The Thief of Bagdad, which just so happens to be the place where DJ Premier (the producer of “Represent”) originally got the sample for the song.

Watch the video above and let us know what you think on Facebook & Twitter

Spencer is tight because had the exact same idea for a music video 10 years ago, sort of .  Follow him on Twitter – @Sjeezs

Watch The Official Music Video for Francesco Yates’ “Call”

From working with Pharrell Williams on his G I R L album to getting tweeted by Justin Timberlake, an eighteen year-old singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist from Toronto Francesco has been making some noise. Last week he debuted his single “Call” on Complex which created a sizeable buzz for the young artist. The single foreshadows what is to come from his up coming album. Robin Hannibal produced track is also written by Francesco Yates and Matt Morris. The video is directed by DJay Brawner. On his debut album he has enlisted the help of heavy-hitting producers, Pharrell Williams and Robin Hannibal of Rye/Quadron (Kendrick Lamar, B.O.B.). Watch out for that in the near future as for now enjoy the haunting music video above.

“He’s absolutely gonna be just a huge, huge, huge pop star, but not in the way people have been thinking of pop music in the past 10 years” – Pharrell Williams