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Music Videos You May Have Missed This Week (Jan. 28 – Feb. 3)



Another week, another amazing collection of videos uploaded to our YouTube channel. There are a lot of new faces as well as some returning ones, giving some fire visuals to break up the monotony of your daily viewing cycle. Take a couple of minutes to watch a video or two, then return again. You never know; you might find something that becomes your new obsession.

“Ashes” by Lil Kappy


“Cold Out” by AllStar JR”


“My Summer” by Sino


“4 Piece” by Profit


“Nightmare in Detroit” by Relly Tha Kidd


“Boof Blunt” by Sosa Wap


“6Mile Babies” by Cartier Cash


“Road Runner” by BullyGangDose


“White Castle” by Allstar Lee


“Gametime” by Coke


“Talkin Crazy” by Rello


“Love” by Bread Up Boy


“Phil Collins” by DannyAlwaysWin feat. Webbo


“My Hustle” by Fr8do feat. RonBody


“Get Money” by Goldmember Joz


“Pray” by Cash Kidd


“Sizzle” by Cuban Doll


“Reparations” by Chose Lyons


“The Invitation/Flu Game” by Trappinazz Sneed


“It’s That Simple” by Pros, TeamEast Dnice, and Pilot Life Ros


“The Field Real” by ODogg X Face


“Waiting” by Asianae


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Hoosh Walks a Mile in Different Shoes With “Slow Dance”




A versatile artist making waves with his soulful blend of hip-hop, Hoosh‘s empathetic perspective is reflected in his songwriting. Mixing an earworm melody with an uplifting message, Hoosh shares Slow Dance,” his new single. Produced by Miami-based, Haitian/Liberian duo Paperwater, “Slow Dance” is faster-paced than its title suggests, combining airy synths with heavy, East Coast club-influenced percussion.

Skating over the instrumental with his appealingly nasal delivery, augmented by ad-libbed harmonies, Hoosh tells the story of a dancer he befriended who broadened his perspective on life. Though the artist initially pities the dancer, she quickly sets him straight, emphasizing the prideful and empowering aspects of her chosen profession: “She said, why you/Why you trippin/Just mind ya business, this is how I feed my children.” The new song comes with an artful visualizer that documents Hoosh’s life on tour, including his performances at Rolling Loud (Miami, New York, and Toronto) and his adventures in the festival’s host cities.

“‘Slow Dance’ represents the understanding that you can’t judge a book by its cover, “ says Hoosh. “You’ll never truly know what someone’s going through unless you ask. People deserve the respect to make their own choices regardless of what is acceptable to the status quo –as long as they’re not hurting anyone.”

“Slow Dance” continues an eventful year for the 27-year-old, Miami-based artist. He was born in the U.S., but spent his childhood hopping between his home country and nations like Sudan, Qatar, and Saudi Arabia. Hoosh first earned attention with his wistful song Santa Monica” (1.8 million views on YouTube), a collaboration with producer offrami, precipitating a slow, but steady rise through the Florida scene. His music has earned editorial placements on playlists like Varsity Bars, Chill Hits, and African Heat on Spotify, and curated lists like Mood. and #Arabhop on Apple Music.

Hoosh is an electric live performer, showing off his chops at three different Rolling Loud festivals  in 2022. Earlier this year, he achieved a new milestone when “Santa Monica” earned a sync placement in the Netflix Original film Hello, Goodbye, and Everything in Between

With over 10 million streams to date across platforms, and a 50% growth in streams over the past year, Hoosh is ready to break out in a big way. Stay tuned for much more.

Stream “Slow Dance” here!

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NYC’s DUSTY LOCANE, Ron Suno, Rah Swish, & OnPointLikeOP Share “BUST DOWN” Video




DUSTY LOCANERon SunoRah Swish, and OnPointLikeOP set out to subvert and exceed expectations with their collaborative SAY DAT EP. Proving that each of the EMPIRE artists can hold their own and still shine together, the drill quartet shares the new video for “BUST DOWN”. Backed by an instrumental that gives the NY drill treatment to a ‘90s pop culture staple, with production courtesy of BordeauxNon NativeReece, and Deroux, “BUST DOWN” finds the artists recounting their sexual exploits with the giddiness of high schoolers at the lunchtable, as Ron raps, “I did it a skit with your girl, now she famous/She got nice toes, match with the anklet.”

Directed by Nimi Hendrix, the video for “BUST DOWN” takes all the raunchy rawness of the track and turns it up to ten for a clip that feels like a Project X-style rager at the Playboy Mansion. Kicking off the video, Ron Suno emerges from the massive estate’s doors in a shower robe like Tony Soprano, but he’s not out to grab the newspaper. As DUSTY, Rah, and OP enter the scene, it turns into a full-blown pool party. Though Ron’s not winning any swimsuit contests with his Canada Goose puffer jacket, jeans, and ski mask on in the pool, this robe-clad squad is out to make a splash wherever they go.

SAY DAT is the first collaborative project by this group, but the close-knit, EMPIRE-signed rappers have worked together frequently in the past. This summer, Ron Suno, Rah Swish, and DUSTY LOCANE united for SHOES,” a highlight cut from Ron’s recent project SUNO MODE. DUSTY LOCANE and Rah Swish joined forces on BIG WOOS,” a proud anthem from DUSTY’s late 2021 debut album UNTAMEDOnPointLikeOP connected with DUSTY LOCANE in 2021 for the street hit MOVE DOLEY” and earlier this year for Stickup,” which also featured Jim Jones, and teamed up with Rah Swish on the fiery Always Workin.

All four rappers spent this year staking their claim as major figures in the NYC rap scene. Ron Suno racked up tens of millions of streams on his hit song “What They All Say” and its Rowdy Rebel-featuring remix, which appeared on his new album SUNO MODE. Rah Swish struck gold with his Soulja Boy-sampling street hit Tell ‘Em,” while OnPointLikeOP collaborated with the likes of G Herbo, Sheff G, and Sleepy Hallow in recent months. DUSTY LOCANE recently dropped the ROLLIN N CONTROLLIN EP, which collected each installment of DUSTY’s GOLD-certified debut single, “ROLLIN N CONTROLLIN FREESTYLE,” including the recent “ROLLIN N CONTROLLIN Pt. 3 (BEEN ROLLIN)” and it’s TikTok-viral predecessor, as well as his second-ever single, “Rolando (Caught In The Rain)” (95 million Spotify streams), which receives a brand new sequel on the project.

With SAY DAT EP, look for the Five Borough foursome to continue their reign as the hottest rhymers in the Big Apple.

Watch “BUST DOWN” here!

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Mr. Quack Quack Ft. Tony Bone Shares “Don’t Start”




QuackTized Ent and Paid N Cash Ent presents Mr. Quack Quack’s new single and music video “Don’t Start” featuring Tony Bone. Produced by Blak Da Produca. Watch below via YouTube and follow him on social media @MrQuackQuackClayCo.

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