St. Louis rapper and singer Big Boss Vette unveils a stunning music video for her new single ‘Get It.’ The track stands out as a fan favorite from her debut EP, RESILIENCE, available now via Beatstaz/Amigo Records/Republic Records. In the video directed by SPUDDSMCKENZIE, she turns up at a roller rink surrounded by friends, dripping in seventies-style fits with shimmering jewelry. It channels a nostalgic vibe with its throwback aesthetic and impressive roller skating choreography. It perfectly matches the song’s distinct party-ready bounce.
Alabama’s very own princess of rap Flo Milli announces her second studio album, Fine Ho, Stay set for release via RCA Records later this summer. To coincide with the announcement, she shares the album’s first single and visual for ‘Fruit Loop.’ The hard-hitting track, produced by YoungFyre (who is known for producing her hit ‘Conceited’) exudes the unrelenting confidence that has become a Flo Milli signature. The boisterous visual is directed by Chandler Lass (Latto, Ari Lennox).
Ice Spice has dropped the official video for her new single ‘Deli.’ The video was filmed in a Hamilton Heights, Manhattan corner store, with the Bronx MC rapping as she makes her her way through the aisles, flanked by dancers who use fridges filled with luridly colored drinks as a backdrop. [via The FADER]
In anticipation of the kick off of her August ‘Talk To Me Nice’ tour, Sa-Roc has today shared her song of the same name and the first single from her forthcoming album. ‘Talk To Me Nice,’ continues the tradition of Sa-Roc sharing a deep connection with her audience, with poise, tenacity and masterful skill. The new single, produced by Sol Messiah, takes a more assertive tone, as she focuses on challenging the industry while demanding respect from it. The sparse, yet menacing track centers Sa-Roc’s voice, showcasing her dextrous wordplay, natural wit and agility. Sa-Roc has also shared the official video for ‘Talk To Me Nice,’ with the visuals engaging with light and shadow in stark contrasts to symbolize the decentering and marginalization she and many others have experienced in life. The video, directed by David Maxwell, features guest appearances from dancer Storyboard P and members of the art collective Art Comes First, and notably incorporates Afro-punk aesthetics as well the jewelry and motifs of many Black, African and Indigenous cultures, as a symbolic nod to those cultures that have long countered the prevailing social narrative. [via Broadway World]
Saweetie has dropped a new track and video, ‘Birthday’. It features guest spots from tour mates Tyga and YG. Watch below.
BIA has returned with REALLY HER, a nine-song EP with assists from Juicy J, Swizz Beatz, J. Cole, and Timbaland. In addition to the new offering, fans can also check out a video for ‘MILLIONS,’ which was produced by AzizTheShake and Tim Nihan. The clip sees BIA flexing her wealth and sexual prowess as reality star NeNe Leakes provides support in a cameo appearance. “I don’t cash my new checks, it’s old change, you know? Another bch’s man made my phone ring, ‘Hello?’ Nga said he cappin’ but won’t step, you know, every time he Zelle me, that’s phone sex, ‘Hello?’” the ‘WHOLE LOTTA MONEY’ talent raps. [via Revolt]