“Rules,” is a single track off Doja’s second studio album Hot Pink, following last year’s Amala.
The track follows “Bottom Bitch,” another promotional single off her upcoming album, released early October.
In the music video, she plays the role of the boss of a “Cat Mafia” gang. The Western-themed video for “Rules” has the usual theatrics we’ve come to expect from a Doja Cat video, though the song itself is more simple.
Blueface got the internet buzzing with his new video ‘First Class’ featuring Gunna. The track is a highly anticipated collaboration between rappers Blueface & Gunna. The song was released on October 18, 2019, after several snippets on his Instagram.
“Orphans”, tackles the Syrian cold war, more specifically the Damascus bombing of 2018. It showcases the story of a girl (Rosaleem) and her Baba (Persian for father) who died and are now met by the archangels who talk to them about their passing to the world of the dead.
The video dated Oct. 11 on Bad Bunny’s Instagram account shows the Puerto Rican rapper drinking tequila and singing along to a song in Spanish set to strumming guitars.
“In September, Noah [Assad, Bad Bunny’s manager] called me and asked me what I thought of this kid,” recalls Gastelum. “He told me Bad Bunny really loves this song 'Soy El Diablo.' And I said, wait, lets do something!”
Roddy Ricch connects with fellow XXL 2019 Freshman, Gunna, for a JetsonMade-produced banger which finds them warning their opps they wouldn’t want to “start [a conflict] with” the rappers as Roddy & Gunna stay ready for action with “Glocks, AK’s and .10s” amongst other weaponry.
Shoreline Mafia have unleashed their latest music video. This one's for "Wings," the infectious opening track to Party Pack Vol. 2. The opulent clip has the Los Angeles lads balling out in an ornate mansion.
It's their second video in a month — a few weeks back, they shared a tropical new clip for "Caribbean." The group is currently out on their "Paid In Full" tour, which wraps in San Francisco next month. Check out all the dates, and watch the "Wings" video, below.
A natural talent, Quando Rondo was once a small child, secretly singing in the bathroom as a 9-year-old boy in Savannah, GA. His natural gravitation towards music lead to him to hip-hop; he began recording his fledgling verses on his cell phone. He quickly gained traction online, racking up millions of views on YouTube.
The song is directed towards his haters and how they don’t affect him and they just make him work harder and just “keep going”
On the track “Hot Shower,” Chance The Rapper enlists the help of DaBaby and MadeinTYO to discuss their physical gifts and the lavish lifestyles they live. In addition, they touch on a variety of issues they’re facing, including unresolved lawsuits, naked pictures, and “the plug.”
DaBaby, MadeinTYO and actor Jake Johnson (New Girl) all-star in the comedic clip. Johnson finds himself as a businessman owing a couple of mobsters $50,000, and things could get ugly for him if he doesn't fork over the cash quickly. The clip pans to Chance keeping busy with a workout and instructing dance classes at the gym.