Roc Nation’s own, Q Da Fool, is keeping the streets hot with his latest visual, “Work“, ft. Splurge. The single is from Q’s most recent EP, Bad influence — a collaboration with powerhouse producer, Kenny Beats. “Work” features a hard-hitting 808 beat, coupled with Q’s unique rap flow, and Splurge’s “infectious bars”. “Work” is guaranteed to be another street banger. Q continues to be relentless with his raw lyricism, rapping lyrics such as “I got that Draco, Givenchy, I’m popping the seals… I don’t give a f*ck how you feel.” In the visual you can spot Q & Splurge in a mansion surrounded by beautiful women, money, jewelry and more with heavy blue and fuchsia lighting to set the scene.
You can also catch Q Da Fool this weekend gracing multiple major SXSW stages including:
Thursday, 3/14 | Fader Fort
Thursday, 3/14 | Lyrical Lemonade Lemonade Stand
Saturday, 3/16 | MyMixtapez Stage
Saturday, 3/16 | SXSMAXO
Saturday, 3/16 | Rolling Loud Stage
This April, Q Da Fool will join Shoreline Mafia for their ‘Off The X Tour’, kicking off in Petaluma, CA on April 5th. The highly anticipated tour has already sold out over 13 dates, with Q Da Fool featured on 12 dates. In celebration of the upcoming tour, Q Da Fool teamed up with OHGEES and Shoreline Mafia on their new single, Fool Around, set to release while on tour.
No doubt the artist Troy Ave is surrounded by controversy and debate. At
this point its either you LOVE him or HATE him. The only thing both
sides can agree on is his consistency and work ethic. You ever been more
loyal to someone then they were to you? Have you ever felt betrayed?
Well peep the message in this music video then ask yourself “What Would
You Do?” Here’s the visual to a standout record found on Troy Ave’s #WhiteChristmas6project directed by @White Ape Films.
It’s the first official release from J Neat since he’s been signed to Blue Feathers Records. Toronto rapper J Neat released the “Drip Freestyle” at the start of 2018 and the anticipation has been building since the video has racked up over 500,000 + views on YouTube. Near the end of 2018, J Neat was also featured on “Still Drifting” with the Tallup Twins.
Drop”, produced by Ayy Walker Beats serves as the new drip in 2019, and
is the first video by the Toronto rapper since being featured on Houdini’s
latest “HOU I AM” project. The new music video was directed by Phase
Four Productions and features cameos by Pressa & Houdini.
Quote: My inspiration for the song was the little raindrops in the instrumental, thats what gave me the idea for the video.
Yo Gotti has linked up with rising rapper 42 Dugg on a track called “You Da One.” The track was accompanied by an official music video shot entirely in Dugg’s hometown of Detroit. “The song was just made organically me and Gotti vibing—in the studio feeding off each other talking crazy,” Dugg told Complex. “Far as the video we was really tryna show the world like the regular day in Detroit but the turnt side like us really in the hood cutting up.” The visual arrives just a day after it was announced Dugg signed to Gotti and Lil Baby’s respective record labels, Collective Music Group and 4PF. “I brought him out to one of my shows in Detroit and he rocked it,” Gotti said about the deal. “Duggs rocks with me and Duggs rock with Lil Baby and he wanted us both involved. We’re worldwide hustlers you can be from anywhere if you got it you got it.” Now that he’s locked down major co-signs, Dugg is preparing to deliver more heat by the end of the week. “Having both of them behind me feel kinda good you know knowing that they both have different takes on the rap industry and they both have told me different ways how to the same shit you know turn up,” Dugg said. “Just look forward to FRIDAY IS ALL I’M GONE SAY.”
YH is the Toronto rap undertaker. Check out his new, dark and eerie street track called “Play Maker” off his upcoming album South Storm which is dropping soon. His previous release “Watch Me” has been making waves in the Toronto streets with over 100,000 views in less than 2 months. Stay tuned, more music from YH is coming soon.
Phora is back from dropping his album Love Is Hell last fall, he bounces back into 2019 with his new video “Don’t Change.” Produced by Anthro and Limpid Beats, his signature style intertwines heartfelt lyrics over mellowed out, magnetizing beats that linger long after the song stops. The video, directed by Brian Robles, captures the vibe of the song with stellar views of the Los Angeles city skyline!! You can check it out HERE!
Roney is back with a super hard visual for his new track “Animal” produced by one of Canada’s upcoming producers Kevin Rolly. This track has a bass that’ll have your speakers shaking. The track is catchy, lyrical with a commercial sound. This is something you need to check out. Watch the video below