Tory Lanez has been teasing his upcoming Chixtape 5 mixtape in recent weeks, posting snippets on Instagram. As he continues to finish that project, the Toronto star goes back to last year’s Love Me Now? album with a music video for “Ferris Wheel.” Featuring Trippie Redd, watch the pair turn a local high school inside out before moving things to an after party at night.

Love Me Now? debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Rap Albums chart, featuring appearances by Chris Brown, Bryson Tiller, 2 Chainz, Meek Mill, Trey Songz and more.

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Tyga returned with his new single “Floss In the Bank” shortly after midnight on Monday (Jan. 13). T-Raww now premieres the big budget music video for the D.A. Doman-produced club banger. For the visual, Tyga heads out to the desert, leading an army of beautiful women through the sands. In other scenes the L.A. rapper lays back on a fleet of exotic cars and later moves things indoor for an all-night party.

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To kick off their new year, Baltimore rap group Creek Boyz serve up a new music video entitled “Trap Digits,” directed by LoveTheCulture. Following the success of their viral hit “With My Team” in 2017, which was later remixed by Lil Yachty and got them a spot on Fetty Wap’s For My Fans tour, the Creek Boyz plan to crank out more anthems in 2019. “Trap Digits” is definitely a great start.

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Newcomer YGTUT is garnering much buzz with his single “Get It,” and today, the Tennessee native and Isaiah Rashad collaborator issues the accompanying visual. “Get It” was produced by Aaron Bell, with the visual directed and shot by Gage McRae. Starting out rapping his own song in a duffle bag (yes, a duffle bag) to then turning up with his crew in a baseball field, “Get It” perfectly shows us why YGTUT is an artist to look out for in the coming year.

Also, keep your eyes peeled for his I.O.U. EP that’s slated to arrive this Thursday, Jan. 17.

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After an abundance of leaked photos hit the ‘Net over the past few months, Sony and Marvel are finally in post-production for their upcoming Spider-Man: Far From Home film — and today they released its first official trailer.

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Here to make the current news cycle slightly less depressing, Samuel L. Jackson and Jimmy Fallon get their Saul Williams on in the latest installment of Poetry Slam. From the longest-running Government shutdown in history to the Oscar’s lack of a host, Sam and Jimmy put a poetic spin on the last week’s whirlwind of news stories. Stick around for the hilarious Snakes on a Plane reference.

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We’ve had plenty of time to mull over the nominees for this year’s GRAMMYs, which sees Kendrick Lamar lead the pack with eight nominations. But today, the Recording Academy has announced the host for this year’s awards: Alicia Keys.

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Part of the incredible Griselda Records movement, Conway the Machine released his studio album Everything Is F.O.O.D. 2: Eat What U Kill earlier this month and stacked up well against his crew’s impressive prior efforts, including Westside Gunn’s Supreme Blientele and Benny the Butcher’s Tana Talk 3. Now, the New York lyricist taps Mercenary Films to direct the visual to the album’s gritty intro “Fentanyl.”

With Conway being the last to drop among the trio, the Griselda crew shows no signs of slowing down so I’m sure we can expect more videos from Everything Is F.O.O.D. 2: Eat What U Kill in the coming weeks.

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NBA YoungBoy assists Baton Rouge newcomer CED Escobar on his new single titled “Cappin.” The duo is also currently working on a joint EP, set to drop sometime this year.

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Trae Tha Truth’s Tha Truth Pt. 3 album came out back in the summer of 2017, lead by the song “I’m On 3.0.” The near 10-minute track is a loaded posse-cut, featuring 15 artists. Nearly two years later, the Houston ambassador brings the collaborative record to life with an official music video. Lead by Trae, the visual also features DRAM, Mark Morrison, Tee Grizzley, Dave East, Royce 5’9, T.I., Curren$y, E-40, Styles P, Snoop Dogg, Fabolous, Rick Ross, Chamillionaire, G-Eazy, and Gary Clark Jr.

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