La Flame goes dark in the NSFW video for his Young Thug and Quavo-assisted single “Pick Up the Phone.”
Travis Scott’s S&M-inspired visual kicks off with a warning: “The following content includes scenes containing explicit and graphic material. Viewer discretion is advised.” And the clip lives up to that disclaimer.
Throughout the brooding five minutes, Travis, Thugger, and Quavo are surrounded by nude and/or scantily-clad women. Scott also appears as some sort of zombie character at one point, with his eyes rolled all the way back.
The Houston rapper premiered “Pick Up the Phone” and “90210” at his .wav party in Los Angeles last night, celebrating the launch of his new .wav radio show on Apple Music’s Beats 1.
Yesterday, on the first episode, Scott debuted a slew of new music, including “The Hooch,” Usher’s “No Limit (Remix),” and Alicia Keys’ “In Common (Remix),” which also features Kanye West.
Expect more videos to come from Scott’s “visual album” Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, which has a release date of Aug. 26. He plans on filming as many videos as he can for it.
Watch “Pick Up the Phone” below.
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Followed by an intro from DJ Khaled, Game talks his shit while checking off his credentials on his new release.
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While they wait for their other to answer the call, Young Thug, La Flame and Quavo are strung out in a hotel with various topless dancers in their highly NSFW visual. Pick up the track on iTunes here.
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Travi$ Scott premiered his new Apple Music Beats 1 radio show, ‘.Wav Radio’ this evening and announced the release date of August 26 for his next album, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. During the debut, he premiered a new music including the solo cut “The Hooch”, his Usher remix to “No Limit” and Alicia Keys’ “In Common” remix featuring himself and Kanye West.
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When it comes to the topic of sneaker related crimes, we’ve become all too accustomed to the news about robberies and violence. But, once in awhile, you get a story that doesn’t involve anyone being overtly assaulted, yet still manages to fit the description.
While walking down a pedestrian crossing in Arizona, an eighteen-year-old male was stopped for inspection. This is when it was discovered his “Carpe Diem” Kobe 11’s were, in fact, being used to sneak in over $20,000 worth of heroin. The drugs were manipulated and packaged so that they fit in like insoles. Granted, attempts to get some drugs across the border via shoes isn’t necessarily anything new. In fact, this isn’t even close to the amount of drugs some others had stuffed into their shoes. Nonetheless, the stories are always worth mentioning.
Ready for more from Sevyn and Guwop?
Earlier today, Sevyn Streeter and Gucci Mane lit up the streets with their new collaboration “Prolly.” Now, the R&B songstress is gearing up to unveil the song’s “edgy” music video, directed by Mike Ho.
Ahead of Monday’s premiere, Sevyn teased the industrial, static-filled clip on Instagram.
There’s even more to come. “Prolly” will kick off Streeter’s upcoming video series, consisting of a new song and video every month.
This all leads up to the release of her long-awaited debut album, Girl Interrupted, due in early 2017.
A carjacking suspect has drawn the attention of of thousands of viewers after video leaked of him taking outlandish measures to get a Miami judge to pay him mind. Thirty-year-old Calvin Griffith’s microphone was cut off as he hollered to alert Judge Catherine M. Pooler that he had an important visitor while in court on Thursday, August 11. That’s when he thought up a sure-fire way to catch her eye. He began twerking.
Griffin was arrested early Thursday for allegedly swiping the keys to a 2013 black Volkswagen Passat while in the attendance office of Miami Edison Senior High School in Miami-Dade. He was captured after surveillance video recorded him driving the vehicle out of the school parking lot. Griffith was charged with burglary, theft, third-degree grand theft auto and trespassing.
Griffith was attempting to tell Judge Pooler that his mother had arrived to drop off medication when he resorted to go into dance. Pooler was punished for the gesture, with the judge increasing his bond to $18,500.
Stateside fans hoping to see Jeremih on tour will have to wait a little longer.
Just days before heading out on his pending U.S. tour with Mila J and Candice Boyd, the Late Nights crooner has postponed the jaunt.
“To all my Fans,” he tweeted. “Due to unforeseen circumstances, I will have to postpone my US Tour. An announcement of new dates will be provided soon. Thank you for rocking with me. #LateNights.”
The tour was scheduled to begin Friday (Aug. 12) in San Diego before hitting other markets across the country, including Los Angeles and New York.
It’s unclear when new dates will be announced.
Recently, J’s had some high-profile collaborations, including “Saw It Coming” with G-Eazy and “The Half” with DJ Snake, Swizz Beatz, and Young Thug.
Beyond that, Jeremih is also reportedly working on Late Night Party, a joint project with PARTYNEXTDOOR, who just unleashed P3 today.
Joey Bada$$ and Troy Ave have a storied history of beef between them, so it was no surprise that The Breakfast Club got his thoughts on Troy’s recent shooting incident at Irving Plaza.
During the interview, Charlamagne asked Joey how he felt about the incident after Troy brought up Capital Steez’s death during their beef, and he responded by saying, “Karma is a b*tch.” He was referring to Troy’s bodyguard, Ronald McPhatter, getting fatally shot during the melee. Joey went on to say that he wishes Troy “the best of luck with his situation,” and said that he’s in a positive place in his life right now.
Check out more of the clip up top to hear what Joey had to say, including why he still lives with his mom after finding success.
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It’s about to be lit. Travis Scott’s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight finally has a solid release date.
After teasing several dates over the past couple months, La Flame has announced that his sophomore album will arrive on Aug. 26 via Apple Music.
“AUGUST 26 2016,” he tweeted. “BITTSM SEE U THEN.”
The follow-up to last year’s Rodeo has already spawned the single “Pick Up the Phone” featuring Young Thug and Quavo, but Travis doesn’t want listeners to just focus on the singles.
“I want y’all to take this album in as whole,” he tweeted. “I’m so anti singles. U will love me for this. Trust in the flame.”
The project, he revealed on .wav radio, will also feature Kendrick Lamar, Cashmere Cat, Kamaiyah, and Kid Cudi, who’s just as excited to hear the LP.
During Friday’s premiere episode of .wav radio on Beats 1, the Houston rapper also debuted a new song called “The Hooch,” as well as his remixes to Usher’s “No Limit” and the Kanye West-assisted remix to Alicia Keys’ “In Common.”