Taking the popular “Trap Queen” track from Fetty Wap and putting his own spin on it is French-American producer Elias Abid. Abid is an electronic artist so when you press play you’ll hear a song that is nothing like the original “Trap Queen” as Abid filters the original and plays keys while adding other instruments to it too. This is just a warm up for him as he plans on releasing multiple EP’s and working with artists Jabril Power and Auggie The 9th this summer. Stream/download this new one below.
The basis of this new video from Leif Womack is simple: go out and discover some new things. That’s exactly what he and the director did for three days and this is the visual documentation of those days with Leif rhyming his latest single in the shots as well. Check out his first video after the break.
Memphis artist, and TripleHQ contributor, Marco Pave takes Kanye’s “All Day” and flips it to promote a real message with his take on the Black Lives Matter movement. The activist and artist does this justice as he ponders how long justice will be denied for black lives. Stream/download below.
Maryland’s Bullet Brak is embarking on a trip to Greece this summer and he’ll be releasing an album titled The Connection then as well. The reason he’s going overseas is to embark on this “Pay It Forward” campaign. Part of the proceeds for his album will be donated to to “hook up the little homies”. He’s not asking for money to go on the trip, but to donate while there. Read more below and you can donate with the GoFundMe link as well.
Minnesota’s Taylor J keeps the drive going for his Central Ave EP with this new video for “Realest”. He puts an interesting spin on the video, getting a crew to do choreography with him in the middle of the street while keeping the rhymes going about why he’s the realest doing it right now. It’s obscure but funny all at the same time as the tone stays serious even through the dancing. Check it out below.
As a precursor to releasing their joint Southern Lights: Overexposed album this coming Tuesday, Alex Faith and Dre Murray decided to drop a visual representation of the album a few days early so you get a taste of the music while also getting a short film. Coming in at 40 minutes or so, the two showcase a story about a man named Eric Young who’s world comes crashing down when he’s unable to stop his older brother from being murdered. You can watch it all below and expect each track to be released separately in the coming weeks.