Connect with us

Music Videos

Spotlight: @PhilthyRichFOD Owns @JODYHiGHROLLER On “Big Ballers”

Published

on

When we listen to Riff Raff – which isn’t often, admittedly – we do so for a good laugh. He’s not a traditional lyricist by any means; he values shock and aesthetic versus crafting complex lines. And there’s nothing wrong with that at all, we do listen to Lil B. So while it may not be our particular cup of tea, we can see how people like his music and support him. In addition to rapping, he’s a likeable guy, plus he has an outrageous personality that’s just magnetic.

Riff Raff made one of the best moves he’s made in years. For his new song “Big Ballers,” he enlisted Philthy Rich and DollaBillGates to help ground his zaniness and expand his audience. The results?

WHOOOOOOO!!!!!!

That’s our reaction after playing Philthy’s verse initially. Over the outlandish extension of trap production that Raff so eloquently provides, Philthy lets loose with a swaggerful verse that practically screams “This is my song, go away now” to the other two artists. It’s, seriously, the centerpiece of the song, for good measure. Without it, “Big Ballers” would feel incomplete; Riff Raff is a little too crazy for the grounded (yet spacey) production to make sense of it. Philthy, once again, shows his ability to be the glue that binds the tracks together.

Check out “Big Ballers” below and fast forward to Philthy’s verse. You’re welcome.

 

 

Music Videos

@Kollosus Does It Big on “Zaza”

Published

on

By

Atlanta native Kollosus releases a new music video for his single “Zaza.” The track was produced by Ghana Beats and the video was directed by ShotByWolf.

Watch below via YouTube.

Continue Reading

Music Videos

@FrescoTrey Drops “Feel Good” Visual

Published

on

By

Genre-bending Memphis rapper, Fresco Trey released the official video for “Feel Good” today – watch here. The JR Stickland-directed visual acts as an aspirational day-in-the-life with Trey, as he wakes up in his LA penthouse apartment and drives down the Sunset Strip with his muse, ending the day performing at a pool party with a view. In the video, Trey is living life like a modern-day King Midas.

“Feel Good” is available everywhere now, watch the video here.
“I want the video to remind us to Feel Good and focus on the happy,” explains Trey on the new video“How you choose to view things can make a huge difference when the chips are down.”

On the track, the burgeoning young creative raps over guitar-heavy production, sharing a poignant message on living in the moment and feeling good in your own skin. Although he reps Memphis and takes pride in his hometown, his pop-meets-rap sound transcends the city. With a recent co-sign from Lyrical Lemonade’s Cole Bennett and the release of the “Feel Good” video, Fresco Trey is cementing his ‘Artist to Watch’ status this year.

Check it out today!

Continue Reading

Music Videos

@Rell165 Gets Deep on “The Bad Guy”

Published

on

By

Bronx based artist, Rell, drops his latest record, “The Bad Guy.” Over a melodic track, Rell taps back into his rebellious, unapologetic past lifestyle in which he doesn’t care if he’s seen as the “Bad Guy.” Rell exposes his vulnerability to its core, screaming for help and feeling as if no one has his back. Rell masks these emotions with the use of different vices. A visual component to his new record is on the way, as for now the song is available on all streaming services.

Rell is known for his uncanny ability to story tell and emphasize his message through his lyrics. His gritty lifestyle represents the essence of his hometown beautifully. Rell is a strong-minded artist that looks forward to sharing more of his art with the world.

Peep the all-new visual directed by Ope Visualz of Final Focus Films today!

Continue Reading

Trending This Week

Copyright © 2018 4sho Magazine LLC.