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Its been nearly three months since the death of Nipsey Hussle. Trae Tha Truth keeps the memory of the Crenshaw rapper alive, with a dedication song. The touching record comes with an accompanying music video, where the Houston representer moves through the streets of Los Angeles. Riding through the blocks and hills the late Nipsey moved through, Trae pours his heart out as various clips and moments of Hussle are seen throughout the video.

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Ciara released her latest album Beauty Marks back in early May. The R&B entertainer continues her roll out for that project, returning with a music video for the song “Set.” Rocking a short, blonde hair-do, CiCi gets her dance on in the high-energy clip. Backed by dancers and dressed in all-black, Ciara rocks the soundstage with choreographed moves with her dance crew.

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After releasing his Let Love Have The Last Word memoir, Common is now shifting focus on the music. The Chicago artist/actor/activist has a new album on the way, and gets the roll out started with a new single called “HER Love.” Dedicated to his love for Hip-Hop, the record is produced by the late J-Dilla. Daniel Caesar and Dwele also contribute vocals to the track, which comes with a striking music video directed by Savanah Leaf.

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93PUNX is a punk band formed by Vic Mensa. The group released a cover of The Cranberries’ “Zombie” earlier this year. Mensa and 93PUNX return with a new record and accompanying music video called “Camp America.” The eye-opening visual shows a group of kids in orange jumpsuits, held captive and imprisoned.

The song’s lyrics were inspired by ICE director Matthew Albence comparing the immigration detention centers to summer camps,” says Mensa. “I thought that was a crazy fucking idea and wanted to create a world with this song that imagined that twisted alternate reality, where it was fun for kids to be held as prisoners, drinking out of toilets, away from their parents, and somehow enjoy it like one might at a summer camp.”

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NAV’s sophomore album Bad Habits debuted at No. 1 on Billboard back in March. The XO star returns with a music video for the Meek Mill-featured “Tap.” Co-directed by Cash XO, NAV and Meek Mill party hard in Miami’s South Beach. From the yacht to the club, watch the two turn the streets of Miami upside down. Rick Ross, Young Thug, 21 Savage, Lil’ Pump, Gunna and more make cameos in the video, out now.

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After the high-powered “Enzo,” DJ Snake returns quickly with another huge collaboration. The Parisian DJ/producer taps Tyga and J Balvin for the song “Loco Contigo.” The record comes with an accompanying music video, where the trio turn a desert into a vibrant and colorful fiesta. From loud costumes, dancers and floats, watch the epic party unfold below.

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Future released the seven-track EP Save Me last week. The Freebandz star returns with not 1, not 2, but 3 music videos in support of the project. All directed by Henri Alexander Levy, Future debuts the visuals for “XanaX Damage,” “Love Thy Enemies,” and “Government Official.” The clips find Future laid back crooning to a lover on the other end of the phone, riding around shotgun late night in a old school classic, and reflecting on break ups with three different women.

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Da Baby made headlines last month after a physical altercation at a local Louis Vuitton store in his hometown of Charlotte. The incident, where Da Baby knocked out local rapper Cam Coldheart, is brough to light in the music video “Carpet Burn.” In the entertaining clip, Da Baby plays a handyman that gets seduced by the sexy home owner. The pair hook up, and later get captured by Da Baby dressed as Coldhart. The clip fast forwards to the Louis Vuitton encounter where the beat down takes place. The clip is in support of the rising rapper’s Baby on Baby project.

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YG’s new album 4 REAL 4 REAL debuted at No. 7 on the Billboard 200 album chart last week, moving 37,000 units. The Compton rapper is back with a new visual off the album, one for the “Stop Snitchin” remix. With Da Baby joining the mix, watch the two street spitters deliver some street justice with their hands to all haters. 4 REAL 4 REAL features Ty Dolla $ign, G-Eazy, Meek Mill, Da Baby, Kamaiyah, Boogie, Valee and more.

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Back in April, Tink released her Voicemails mixtape that features a guest appearance from DeJ Loaf. The Chicago artist is back with a new visual off the 12-track project, one for “Different.” Escaping from the city life, Tink reflects on a current relationship while out in the desert. Watch the stylish clip with a fiery ending below.

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