I’m not certain where the “next level” exists, but this guy lives on it. Behold the wacked out brilliance that is Tyler, The Creator, half of the duo Odd Future. This clip got him the coveted MTV VMA Best New Artist award.
From 2011’s Well Done a great track with Bronson talking about his plans to make it big. But that’s after he smokes a few and gets with a lady or two, of course.
The name says it all. It’s Wu-Tang. It’s Fugazi. It’s Wugazi. It’s freaking awesome is what it is.
Looking to mix it up with some eclectic awesomeness that defies classification? Jackpot: funked-out / indie / electro / hip-hop-jank. This is the first single from their Sub Pop debut, Father Creeper, which dropped in March.
Tyler and the Odd Future crew opened the floodgates of weirdo rap again and here’s your next specimen: Tidus. He’s from space.
DJ Nobody and rapper 2Mex make up Songodsuns. Here they take a few lyrics from The Cure and throw them over a over seriously a grimy bass line.
Weezy recruits Bruno Mars for this cut off Carter IV.
Danny Brown’s new one looks like you’re on some cable access network and need to adjust your television antenna, but the message comes through loud and clear.
Part of the TDE (Top Dawg Entertainment) label along with Schoolboy Q, Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock, Ab-Soul has released a dark and flickering clip for “Pineal Gland”, named for the tiny endocrine gland in the brain which produces melatonin, controlling your sleep cycles. I bet you thought the pineal glad was something else. Debut album Control System dropped last month.
Jay-Z and Kanye dropped their sixth single and second video from last year’s Watch The Throne. Prefaced by a major epilepsy warning, it’s a kaleidoscope of live footage from 2011s mega tour where they were playing the track multiple times per night.
Waka brings on Drake to salute the working ladies in this “Round of Applause” remix, now with an official clip. If you don’t know who the Twerk Team is, you should look them up – impressive.