Ye has resurfaced since removing himself from the eye of social media. He has released the video for his song “Life Of The Party” from the deluxe version of the 2021 Grammy nominated album of the year record Donda. In typical Ye fashion he has presented the world with something groundbreaking and artistically compelling.
The music video is presented as a melange of Ye’s artistic talents. The video is a platform that showcases a seamless alignment between Ye’s creative platforms.
Photos from Ye’s youth have been updated with inlay pieces from the forthcoming Yeezy Gap engineered by Balenciaga creative exploration.
The song originally featuring Andre 3000 from the group Outkast does not include his verse. Ye uses his own verse to thread a timeline of his life and the art he has presented to the world in the form of sketches and fashion. The oversized jackets and other pieces are prominent throughout the visual and serve as a long form advertisement for the collab. Check out the video for “Life of the Party” below.
Kendrick Lamar’s newest visual for “The Heart Part 5” is a scathing review of the culture and the video follows along as he morphs a list of cultural icons. OJ, Kanye West and Nipsy Hustle make appearances. The verses speak volumes and if this is a sneak peak of what’s to come we are in for an epic project. Mr. Morale & the Big Steppers drops this Friday May 13, 2022
The hip-hop group R.A.P. (Rkitech and Precise) present the visuals from their single “REVOLUTION” off their upcoming release “The R.A.P. Project”.
The video captures the essence of this moment we are in and speaks to our circumstance in the midst of this pandemic.This situation has sparked a revolution of the mind and has caused people to look within. Creativity and innovation is paramount.
Take a few minutes and watch the video. Share what you think in the comments below.
DJ D-Nice showed us whats possible in the midst of adversity. This pandemic currently has everyone locked down in their homes trying to flatten the curve. Artists from around the globe have taken this as an opportunity to entertain via social media. DJ D-Nice took it one step further and attracted over 100k people to his Instagram Live to party! Michelle Obama, Usher, Oprah and even Joe Biden stopped thru for the party. Check out the moment he hit 100k below.
G Herbo currently has one of the hottest projects to drop this year. He chopped it up with Eddy “Precise” Lamarre of rolling out and touched on his relationship with Juice Wrld, seeking therapy and PTSD.
Waka Flocka took to Everyday Struggle to share his thoughts on a few things. When discussing why he stopped rapping and transitioned into business he said something very surprising.Check out what he said in the video below.
Chicago was the most gracious host to the NBA All-Star Game this year. Chance the Rapper gave a spirit filled performance during halftime. He even brought out a few surprise guests. The mood of the evening was beautiful. Chance really did an amazing job. Check out the video to see who came out.
R&B songstress and legend Chaka Khan is getting read the riot act for her rendition of “The Star Spangled Banner” at All-Star 2020 in Chicago. The ten time Grammy winner hit her own notes and she has every right to.
Twitter and the rest of the internet had jokes.
These days all the non-doers have something to say. Chaka deserves her respect and her version is original and powerful. Check the video below and see for your self.