French Montana puts all the partying and clubbing to the side, choosing to relax at home in the video “Poison.” The Coke Boys rapper throws on the Versace robe, moving through his pricey mansion filled with scantily clad women and his close friends. The lavish Montana eventually finds the right room (and eye-candy) to settle in.

The song can be found on French Montana and Harry Fraud’s Mac & Cheese: The Appetizer EP out now.

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No. Fucks. Given. With his middle finger to the sky, OG Maco lets off some steam in the boisterous, black-and-white video for “FUCKEMx3,” one of the standouts off his self-titled EP. It’s not the most socially conscious record in the world, but this right here did just fine on more than a few occasions last year. Oh, and in case you’re wondering where Migos are at:

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Master P really is in full swing with his musical comeback. First, he introduced his Money Mafia crew. Then, jumped on a song with Lil’ Wayne. Now, he pops up on a remix with Young Turk appropriately titled “Wodie.” Imagine if he put the Hot Boys back together and signed them to No Limit (stranger things have happened.)

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And the award for the best video of the year so far goes to…

From Justin Bieber’s soo woo spat to “f*ck her right in the p*ssy,” OnCue adds his own creative spin to some of the best Internet memes and moments of the last few years in his new video for “No Way.” Seriously, this is so well done. The Willy Wonka one has me in tears.

“No Way” is taken from Cuey’s Angry Young Man album, which features production from Just Blaze, Hudson Mohawke and more.

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It doesn’t happen all the time, but when it does, Gunplay is on point. I’m talking about the every so often when Don Logan comes through and smokes a verse. Letting his pen bleed over Beanie Sigel’s “Feel It In The Air,” the MMG rapper relives his hard times in this song.

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Quincy Brown is stepping into the music spotlight. The son of Al B. Sure and step son of Diddy drops the Eif Rivera-directed video for his first single “Friends First.” The 23-year-old model-actor takes things slow with one pretty curly-haired lady, as French Montana later joins Quincy for a performance scene. All grown and ready to push his music career, watch Quincy’s “Friends First” below.

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By now, hopefully you’ve heard the lovely sounds of Lion Babe on this site. This pair of young talent caught the ears of the music industry pretty quickly while working on a host of new collaborations and material for 2015.

The duo first met in New York while Jillian (vocalist) was still a high school senior and Lucas (producer) was a freshmen in college. A chance meeting between mutual friends led them to hit the studio together, and they quickly became aware of the instant chemistry.

“We’re looking to combine music that we’ve been inspired by in the past,” Jillian tells VIBE. “And, kind of give it a new life, and we also love dance—and really strong visuals.”

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Woah, so this just hit the e-streets out of nowhere. Meek Mill keeps it strictly all-raps with Big Sean and A$AP Ferg on “B-Boy,” the long-awaited record he told us about last year. What’s more, it comes complete with a lavish video directed by Spike Jordan, which brings the pistols to the pool party. Dreams Worth More Than Money coming soon.

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The Superbowl commercials are hitting the Internet extra hard this year — and the big game is still days away. In the pricey ad, a new app called eat24, which allows you to get food delivered at any time of the day tackles the Hangry epidemic (angry from being hungry). The random pairing of Snoop and Gilbert Gottfried make this one worth a chuckle or two.

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Thugger sure has come along way since this interview took place in 2011. When he was just 19-years-old, Young Thug had some press on the set of his “This Is My Life” video. A seemingly shy teenager was barely able to get through the questions but did drop one interesting nugget about his future. Around the 3:30 min mark, Thugger is asked about his plans for 2011, and he quickly answers “working with Lil Wayne, Young Money.” Though, it would be years later until he officially linked with Birdman and Weezy — Thug was technically right. But how bout now?

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