Iggy Azaela is back with a new video for her song, “Team.” The song is in promotion for the June release of her forthcoming album Digital Distortion. The video sees the Australian rapper walking through airport security, with the intent to later spray-paint the plane. She also busts a few dance moves out on the tarmac.
Ice Cube and Common have picked up the mics again, but this time it’ll be for a collaboration in support of Ice Cube’s new movie Barbershop: The Next Cut. “Real People” is a song full of positive raps that should quench anybody who has a beef with hip-hop’s alleged negativity and was thirsty for something different. The new Barbershop movie will be out in two weeks on April 15th.
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A week ago, T-Pain dropped “A Hundred Mo Dolla$” for the people. This week, he’s back with video treatment for the laid back but enjoyable single. The lyrics will clue the listener in to the video content so play this one away from the children. Also of note, the video was directed by the “rapper turnt sanga” himself.
There’s also a new joint from Michael Kiwanuka in preparation for his second album, Love & Hate, out on May 27th. You can pre-order here.
Wale dropped off new visuals for his song “The God Smile” from his album “The Album About Nothing.” The song was shot in Nigeria, Wale’s country of origin.
Action Bronson was recently removed as the headliner for a spring concert at George Washington University. The university cited Bronson’s lyrics to a song, “Consensual Rape,” as the cause for his dismissal. GW issued an apology to its students “for causing distress over the past few days and for attempting to bring an artist who is not consistent with our values of diversity and inclusion.”
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