kami   – “scene girl”

Chicago artist KAMI dropped a new video late last week for “Scene Girl” featuring production from Knox Fortune. From the back of his tour bus, he is filmed heading to shower and drinking some Listerine while he claims his cash is “on fleek.”
Abstract Rude   – “The Owl’s cry”

DJ Vadim and Project Blowed vet Abstract Rude   have teamed up for a collaborative project. In the top slot, Lil Yachty and Migos go dark for the “Peek A Boo” visual and a new   song from J. During the set he brought out Travis Scott for “goosebumps” and Future for   “Mask Off.” “DNA.” and “HUMBLE.” can be seen above. Cole’s new documentary, 4 Your Eyez Only, which premiered on HBO over the weekend, footage is seen of the police raiding his North Carolina home, an event that inspired the song “Neighbors.” An extra song also surfaced from the film, which you should listen to before it disappears. Titled The Owl’s Cry, the album offers a dozen new tracks from the longtime Los Angeles Hip Hop staple. taylor bennett – “only brother”

Chance The Rapper was admittedly brought to tears after his younger sibling, Taylor Bennett, released the single “Only Brother” as an ode to his big bro’s 24th birthday, which was Sunday (April 16). K-Dot’s stint   at Coachella over the weekend follows, which includes live performances of the DAMN. Directed by Andre Muir, the video was taken in just three shots and follows in the tradition of his first video “Home Movies” with its cinematic approach. Ak (The underachievers)   – “be humble (freestyle)”

Quickly capitalizing on the buzz surrounding Kendrick Lamar’s new album, DAMN., AK of The Underachievers has dropped the “Be Humble” freestyle over the original Mike WiLL Made-It   beat. hopsin – “bus that”

Hopsin has dropped his latest video for “Bus That,” a three-minute and 38 second behind-the-scenes look at what his life is like while on tour. j. The album is expected on July 28 via Battle Axe Records. cole – “Want You To Fly”

In J. das efx   – “dead serious (25th Anniversary mixtape)”

We’re a few days late to the party, but we couldn’t let the 25th anniversary of Das EFX’s Dead Serious   project pass without celebrating its creation. Directed by Millicent Hailes, the video also features wolves, a bevy of mostly naked women and plenty of expensive jewelry. As the Kendrick Lamar   album release madness begins to simmer, the DX Digest for Monday (April 16) has a plethora of options to start the week off right. @KendrickLamar #Coachella pic.twitter.com/1Oz1cn2rt3
— Rap-Up (@RapUp) April 17, 2017

Kendrick Lamar was the exclamation point on the first weekend of the Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival, which wrapped up on Sunday (April 16). Watch it above. Listen to the whole album above. In honor of the EPMD-produced album, Chris Read has crafted another mix for Wax Poetics, which includes tracks like Das EFX’s “Mic Checka,” Biz Markie’s “Vapors,” Chubb Rock’s “What’s The Word,” and Eric B & Rakim’s “Eric B Is President.”
WANT MORE? Check out Friday’s edition here. kokane   – “el Booboo”

Taken from his forthcoming album, It’s Kokane Not Lemonhead, Kokane’s   new video for “El BooBoo” finds production from Yung Blacc and direction from Naj. Released on Keep The Feel Entertainment (Rude’s own imprint distributed by Alphapup Records), The Owl’s Cry also features Haiku d’etat, Maya Jupiter and a who’s who of indie rap hero drops. Each single is building up to the release of his next Evidence-produced album, The Darkest Hour, which boasts guest spots from Alchemist, Fashawn, Oh No, Illmac, and more. The West Coast legend, who has been deep in the rap scene for decades, has worked with everyone from the Diirty OGz and Snoop Dogg to N.W.A and Above The Law. The track comes from his debut project Just Like The Movies,   which is scheduled for an   April 28 release. madchild – “animal fight”

Swollen Members vet Madchild has continued his “Madchild Mondays” series with another track, “Animal Fight,” with production from C-Lance. kendrick Lamar   – “dna.” & “Humble.” (Coachella)
king kendrick kicked off his #Coachella2017 set with that fox news segment and dna 😩🙌 pic.twitter.com/jg91Fq97f1
— Genius (@Genius) April 17, 2017

BE HUMBLE. lil yachty & Migos   – “peek a boo”
The three members of Migos have joined Lil Yachty as he gets his freak on in the new video for “Peek A Boo,” which is shot in extremely dark lighting with the only color standing out coming from Lil Boat’s signature red braids and multi-colored grill. Cole, “Want You To Fly,” comes in a close second. tracks, “DNA.” and “HUMBLE.” His show   precedes   Chance The Rapper’s brother, Taylor Bennett, paying tribute to his older brother on his 24th birthday with   the track “Only Brother.” Keep scrolling for fresh material from Hopsin, Abstract Rude, Madchild, KAMI, Troy Ave, AK of The Underachievers, and Kokane, as well as an undeniably dope mix celebrating the 25th anniversary of Das EFX’s Dead Serious. The Compton success story   opened his set with “DNA.” from the new album, DAMN.,   and performed   “HUMBLE.” off the project as well. troy ave   – “i ain’t mad at cha”

After drawing comparisons between himself and Tupac Shakur (and even dubbing himself “NewPac”),   Troy Ave has returned with another single that mirrors a 2Pac track of the same name, “I Ain’t Mad At Cha.” (Weird, right?) The song comes ahead of his forthcoming mixtape, which is also curiously titled Nupac.

I'm gonna let POWER return on my birthday. Now   she’s planning on suing Mr. Curtis Jackson for the punching incident. POWER, BMF, Tomorrow Today. Her legal representative   Warren Brown called Fiddy’s behavior “cowardly.”
In the meantime, 50 has recently turned to Instagram to give an update on the next season of his highly popular crime drama   Power. The woman, named Donnetta Derr, was brought on stage and eventually   twerked for the crowd. Make sure you put STARZ in your cable package. A post shared by 50 Cent (@50cent) on Apr 13, 2017 at 10:53pm PDT Footage from the concert appeared to show the woman pulling 50 off the stage and into the crowd after he’d reached out to shake hands. As he stumbled forward, he socked her in the chest. According to TMZ, Derr went to a lawyer after taking a trip to the hospital. This season is even better then the last. Looks like 50 Cent may be getting into a legal battle   for punching an overly enthusiastic female audience member   during a show last week in Baltimore. Coming soon!!!

#Coachella just built a festival around him. #kendricklamar #coachella #HOUSEOF7X
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We gon' be alright! Among the artists who hit the stage during his headlining set were Travis Scott and fellow TDE spitter ScHoolboy Q. "MASK OFF" AT COACHELLA IS TOO LIT pic.twitter.com/nFzf55SWns
— Genius (@Genius) April 17, 2017

Front row for @kendricklamar's epic #coachella set; @travisscott stopped by 🙃 #goosebumps #damn
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#schoolboyq came out during #kendricklamar set Oooooo shit #coachella #music
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The disappearance of any hard feelings over the secret album debacle was evident on Twitter as fans hastily offered praise for Kendrick’s Coachella performance. Indio, CA – Despite a handful of   theories involving the possible link between the Easter holiday and the release of a secret Kendrick Lamar album, rumors of a new K-Dot project dropping on Sunday (April 16) proved to be nothing more than fantasy. The grief was short-lived for Kendrick fans though, given that the Compton rhymer’s performance at Coachella proved to be a worthy consolation prize. Embed from Getty Images

Serving as headliner on Sunday, the rapper weaved his way through both new and old material as he performed everything from “Money Trees” to a handful of DAMN tracks, including “DNA” and “Element.”
Kendrick Lamar is a BEAST! — Miss Dimplez (@Dimplez) April 17, 2017

Kendrick's set was the best HipHop performance at Coachella…
— OldMan Ebro (@oldmanebro) April 17, 2017

Kendrick @ Coachella: Seem like da whole city go against me Everytime Im in da street I HEAR…Me @ home:YAWK YAWK YAWK YAWK pic.twitter.com/SUREMAZU7h
— Averil Darkwa (@simplyaveril) April 17, 2017 For the record, this was a Kendrick Lamar show. Even Atlanta rapper Future made an appearance to bless the crowd with a performance of his “Mask Off” record. #blackturtle #Coachella #kendriclamar #vibes pic.twitter.com/2fF4g3amVY
— Jason James (@Jason_Solstice) April 17, 2017

#Humble 🙌🏽🙌🏽🙌🏽 #kendricklamar ======================================#GIRLBOSS #gettingshitdone #adventure #taurus #festival #styleinspo #coachella #ootd #desert #indio #LIT #lovemylife #lookbook #stylediary #ontrend #trendalert #rap #fashiontrend #fashioninspo #fashionkilla #night
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And that's just how I feel…. 🎶 Finally popped my Coachella cherry 🍒 #kendricklamar #coachella
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Although Kendrick primarily rocked the stage solo, he did welcome some   surprise guests.

A Yelp page for The Madison Club features a similar set of one-star reviews. Although The Madison Club in La Quinta, California was once named one of the “Best Damn Clubs” in the country, Drake isn’t here for the country club/private residence he stayed at over   Coachella weekend. Drake also accused the establishment of racial profiling. In an Instagram post that has since been deleted, the Canadian crooner/rapper referred to the private residential community and country club as “the most offensive place” he’s every stayed at. “The most offensive place I have ever stayed at in my life with staff who pick and choose who they are going to accommodate based on racial profiling,” Drake wrote in the caption to his Instagram post, which included a photo of The Madison Club logo. You don’t mess with Drizzy and not get dragged. The Facebook page for the country club/residence, which describes itself as “the most exclusive private residential community in La Quinta, California,” is now littered with less-than-favorable reviews and is sitting at a score of 2.9. A golf membership at the country club is $250,000, while golf dues are $3,625 a month, according to this real estate website. Here’s a screen capture of the Instagram post. “Y’all upset Drake and his crew. The Madison Club has yet to respond publicly to Drake’s allegations. Consisting of luxury estate residences and villas, homes at The Madison Club sell for millions. Here take an L and have a seat with United Airlines you’re done,” one Facebook user wrote. “Don’t ever disrespect the 6 God again you donkeys. Watch how you speak on his name,” another user added.

The footage appears to be from March 18, 2016. No charges were ever laid against Cole as a result of the raid, as his producer Elite explained to Complex   last December: “They go downstairs and all they see is a studio … It’s just crazy ironic because out of anybody, they picked the wrong person. Cole song from his documentary pic.twitter.com/0cUAIGHgwZ
— Rap Favorites (@RapFavPosts) April 16, 2017

Introspective lyrics, a stripped-back piano-laden beat, and a wholesome music video? He’s out here doing extremely positive things for the community and for young artists.”
The incident did inspire Cole’s song “Neighbors,” which is about white neighbors assuming the black people in their affluent neighborhood are there selling drugs. The whole thing screams “Platinum with no features … again.” On a more uplifting note, the documentary, directed by Scott Lazer, also featured a new J. J. Cole track, a minute of which can be seen   in the video below. Cole, as well as CCTV footage of the SWAT raid on the artist’s home recording studio that inspired the track “Neighbors.”
The documentary, which aired Saturday night, revealed the footage that shows several heavily armed SWAT team officers kicking in the doors of the studio. New J. The new   4 Your Eyez Only   HBO documentary features a teaser of some new music from J. Cole is the last person to do anything like that.

The two have now spoken and put the past behind then. I guess we both like fine art 💯@logic301 #YOL2 #ESGN
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All’s well that ends well. #ESGN #YOL2 3/31.”
However, the misunderstanding has since been cleared up. It became clear that New York artist Sam Spratt had been working on Logic’s album cover since before Freddie Gibbs   was acquitted of sexual assault in Austria last September. Both Logic’s   Everybody   and Gibb’s   You Only Live 2wice   album artwork featured European Renaissance-style paintings, prompting Gibbs to call out Logic on Instagram. Blessings. Gibbs shared a screenshot of both men smiling widely while chatting to each other, with the caption: “I guess we both like fine art ?,” and tagging Logic. Freddie Gibbs and Logic have worked through their differences after Gibbs called out Logic for using an album trailer and cover art similar in concept to his own. Gibbs had originally written: “Dear @logic301 I hope you purchase my album on Friday due to the fact that you just blatantly jocked my shit.