High school friends GypjaQ and Azealia Banks connect in the video for their “Blow Away” collaboration. Directed by Rob Soucy and Nick, who also co-directed Azealia’s “Wallace” video, GypJaQ and Banks deliver an in-your-face NSFW clip, where naked women serve as furniture. Fast-paced and quirky, watch the Pitchfork premiere below and buy the song on iTunes.

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Lil’ Boosie’s Touched Down to Cause Hell LP is set to arrive later this year via Atlantic Records. After a handful of guest features and remixes, the Baton Rouge, Louisiana native released a new record titled “Black Rain” earlier this week. Now, Boosie Badazz and Bando Jonez return with the song’s official video, directed by Tone.

Be on the lookout for Boosie Badazz’s Every Ghetto, Every Hood Vol.1 mixtape coming soon.

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Yesterday marked the second annual Air Max Day, a 24-hour celebration of some of Nike’s most iconic silhouettes. And while the ‘net was flooded with both re-releases and general sneaker nostalgia, Nike couldn’t let the day pass without inviting London to the party.

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Same About Damn Time. Five months and two projects later, Future finally gives his Monster mixtape cut “Fuck Up Some Commas” the visual treatment. The DJ Spinz and Southside-produced riot starter has been slowly but surely heating up this year, and was recently released as an official single. Thanks to these fiery visuals from Motion Family, which include cameos from Rae Sremmurd, Lil Boosie, Metro Boomin and Young Scooter, it’s only going to get hotter.

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Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill brought their budding romance to the City of Love last night. As her Pinkprint European tour rolled into Paris for the second of her sold-out shows at the Zénith de Paris, Nicki surprised the crowd by bringing out her new boo. Meek hit the stage for a quick set that included “Dreams & Nightmares Intro” and “Ima Boss.” He’ll be a full-time guest on Nicki’s tour when it hits the U.S. this summer, with Tinashe, DeJ Loaf and Rae Sremmurd also joining them on the road.

Following the concert, Omeeka enjoyed some alone time (well, almost) as they cozied up backstage before paying a late-night visit to the Eiffel Tower.

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Helping the new host of The Late Late Show, James Corden, get used to the big city of Los Angeles, Mariah Carey rode in the carpool lane with him. But little did she know, the whole thing was a scam to get some real MC karaoke. As Corden played classic Mariah jams like “Always Be My Baby” and “Fantasy (Remix),” she sang right along after some pushing. They certainly got busy, though.

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Calling out to God, Tech N9ne channels his inner prayers for the “Aw Yeah?” video. He has questions to ask God and gripes to present to the Almighty. Walk with him as he spews out everything burning inside of him.

“If you’re a true Technician you already know, I never let anyone hear track one off any of any of my albums before they come out, let alone see the visual this early,” says Tech about the video. “Not only is this that big and important, it was also very therapeutic for me to get this much off my chest at once. This is about to set the tone for Special Effects, get ready.”

Tech’s upcoming album, Special Effects, is set to drop on May 4.

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As we come into the home stretch of the wait for Wale’s The Album About Nothing, Folarin dropped a few clips of him and Jerry Seinfeld talking shop in the studio.

In the clips, Jerry talks about what it was like to help make white sneakers acceptable for cool guys. He also gives Wale a few tips about what it’s like to be married. I really hope there’s more of these exchanges on the album.

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Next up on Complex’s sneaker shopping series is Kurrueche Tran. Plex’s Joe La Puma graciously took the novice sneakerhead around and gave her a few pointers about retro J’s — and other staples for true kick connoisseurs.

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With the exception of “i,” it’s pretty obvious that Kendrick Lamar’s To Pimp a Butterfly isn’t as geared towards radio as good kid, m.A.A.d city was. Still, it seems that all everybody wants to talk about is what song sounds most like a “single.” Well, it looks like the much-hyped “King Kunta” is up next as the second video from K. Dot’s sophomore project.

Section Eighty recently caught a glimpse of the TDE rapper shooting the video in his hometown of Compton (where else?), and it looks like a blast. I can’t wait for that full crip-walking-on-the-Compton-Fashion-Center scene.

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