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MUSIC VIDEO Swae Lee "Christmas at Swae's"

This Thursday, Swae was kind enough to share his holiday cheer, compensating for his brother Jxmmi's grimmer outlook on "Nothing for Christmas."

When you bunch  "Christmas at Swae's" together with Jxmmi's record in the right order, you get the complete Grinch experience from start to finish. But don't let the title fool you into thinking Swae is counting the minutes till it's appropriate to wear seasonal knits; he just wants to cash in on all the action going down under the numerous mistletoes he set up in his hedonistic haven.

In the official "Christmas at Swae's" music video, Swae Lee does his best Billy Joel impression with the Xmas lights on fleek. A simple piano roll allows him to shake up the chorus justs a little between refrains. He sings, "I didn’t have you under my tree this Christmas, but I had you all over wishlist," before breaking off into a stretch pattern of Ho ho hos. Also worth noting, Swae wore a shirt this time out, just to set a more serious tone.

Young Scooter Ft. Kodak Black "No Features"

Young Scooter Ft. Kodak Black  "No Features"

Young Scooter doesn't need features, but that doesn't stop him from wanting them. Such is indeed the case on the Recipe highlight "No Features," which finds the Atlanta rapper linking up with Kodak Black. Of course, who can blame him, given Kodak's own ever-building momentum? In any case, Scooter acquaints himself favorably over the guitar-driven instrumental, riding the groove with finesse. The rapper's clever pan game is well appreciated, as he spits bars like "probably get a bonus everytime he fly in, all I do is work I'm a real Black Mexican.

Quotable Lyrics

I got rich n***a problems, and I gotta feed my people
I know that you got your connect, but all my work a little cheaper
Bought a truck load, all 65 back hands
Direct deposit, I don't ever see the front ends
Probably get a bonus every time he fly in
All I do is work, I’m a real black Mexican

Lil Wayne ft Ace Hood Pop "2 Mollys" In A Two-Tone Bugatti

"2 Mollys"  Lil Wayne pops up unexpectedly on a freshly surfaced Ace Hood track.
Ace Hood has done what many before him have failed to deliver: a consummate trance-rap record. Within the limits of experimentation or lack thereof, Ace has drawn us closer to the retrofuturistic outlook we did away with in the early 2010s. On "2 Mollys," he finds himself accompanied by an elusive figure he's worked with in the past, the inimitable Lil Tunechi.

"2 Mollys" is by all accounts an honest appraisal of what was, what is, and what will be for Ace Hood when enjoyed his peak levels of notoriety. Although there's little evidence to support this claim, I have reason to believe "2 Molly" is a B-side record that never saw the light of day at its inception. First off, "Molly" isn't exactly as popular a recreational drug as it was in say.. 2008. And if you listen closely, Lil Wayne even raps about his disinterest in the subject material, his preference, of course, a double cup stuffed of lucid dreaming.

Kizz Daniel Ft. Davido – One Ticket (Official Video)

Kizz Daniel has unleashed a cinematic visual for Davido aided “One Ticket“; the latest single off his anticipated sophomore album “No Bad Songz”.

 Directed by Ovie; the emotive clip brings the Major Bangz produced viral hit to life, as Kizz Daniel and his colleague deal with the demons battling their respective dysfunctional relationships.

Jay Rock & Kendrick Lamar "Wow Freestyle" Music Video

Kendrick Lamar and Jay Rock hit their old block in the "Wow Freestyle" music video.
Jay Rock is a few months removed from his latest album, Redemption. The project dropped in June and the Top Dawg veteran has been dishing out new visuals for the album ever since. He released the twin videos for his single, "Tap Out" with Jeremih earlier this month and now, he follows it with the visuals for "Wow Freestyle" with Kendrick Lamar.

Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar reflect on humbler days in their new music video for "Wow Freestyle." The track is one of two tracks K. Dot's featured on from the project aside from "King's Dead" with Future. The video, which was directed by Jack Begert, opens up with Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar hopping inside of Top Dawg's red Dodge Charger. The video shows clips of the rappers during their come-up and mobbing out on their old block. Jack Begert does a great job at highlighting Jay Rock and Kendrick Lamar's come-ups in the game and their transformation since they rocked oversized jeans and fitted caps.

Jay Rock might be pushing out a whole lot of visuals for Redemption, but he revealed a few months after the album dropped that he's already eager to work on a new album. It feels like a 2019 release date is unlikely, but regardless, we're excited to hear what Jay Rock is gearing up to release in the future.

Future & Juice WRLD Drop Off The "WRLD On Drugs" Music Video

Juice WRLD & Future come through with their new music video for "WRLD On Drugs."
A few months ago, Juice WRLD and Future were spotted in the studio together. Although fans simply speculated that they were releasing a song together, it turned out that they collaborated on an entire project. With a 24 hour notice, Juice WRLD and Future released their album, WRLD On Drugs last Friday. While fans have been enjoying the project for the last week, the two artists dropped off three music videos for the album including for the title track.

Future and Juice WRLD explore addiction, the justice system's double standard and substance abuse in their new music video for "WRLD On Drugs." The video opens up with a clip of Young Thug breaking down his vices from women, diamonds, winning and more before a RIP message to Seth Firkins, Mac Miller, Lil Peep, Jimmy Wopo and more pop up on the screen.

"The key to growth is the introduction of a higher dimension of consciousness, and that can only happen when you're aware," a message reads across the screen before the song begins.

Aside from the video for the album's title track, Future and Juice WRLD also released music videos for "Realer N Realer" as well as the Cole Bennett-directed visuals for "No Issue."