Ty Dolla Sign is practically fighting off the female attention in his new “Know Y I Came” video—and it’s not hard to see why with pipes like those. It’s the latest visual offering from the West Coast singer/songwriter’s well-received Beach House mixtape, which dropped late last year. With appearances from Dom Kennedy, Kid Ink and IamSu!, there’s something for rap heads to bump on there, too. (Via ILLROOTS)

Check out more new material from Rockie Fresh, Black Dave, Chevy Woods and Frank Ramz after the jump…

New Music: Rockie Fresh “Back Down” (Prod. by The MIDI Mafia)

MMG’s Rockie Fresh is drafted in to fly solo on The MIDI Mafia’s thumping, trap-infused “Back Down” production. It provides an early preview of their upcoming GET CONNECTED | BRAND X project, which will be released through and featured on MTV’s newest platform, Artist.MTV. (Via Ashley Outrageous)

You know Gunplay wasted no time indulging in life’s simple pleasures after being freed from house arrest last month. Just hours after his release—tag still on and everything!—Don Logan hit up the nearest strip club, where he not only enjoyed the company of its half-nekkid employees, but gave a live performance of “Bet That” (sans Pusha T), off his recently released Cops & Robbers mixtape. The footage doubles up as the track’s accompanying video.

New Music: Black Dave “Muthaf**k My Enemies”

Since storming onto the blogosphere with his uber grimy “On Da Map” video, things have been going from strength-to-strength for Harlem’s Black Dave. Following up on “Little Bit Mo’,” featuring Flatbush Zombies’ Meech, the budding rapper/pro skater (yeah, you read that right) brings us a banger of a track from his upcoming Black Dave For President tape with “Muthaf**k My Enemies.” An official video soon come, and it’s directed by Jason Ano, the guy behind A$AP Rocky’s “Purple Swag.” (Via The FADER)

New Music: Chevy Woods “Super Bowl” (Prod. by Cardo)

Joining Curren$y, who soundtracked the pre-game antics with New Jet City, Taylor Gang’s Chevy Woods supplies some blunted Super Bowl music with the aptly-titled, Cardo-produced “Super Bowl.” If you can’t point out the pun here, you’re too high, son. (Via UHTN)

New Video: Frank Ramz “Icons”

“Icons” is Bronx native Frank Ramz’ very first music video, but it’s far from an amateur production. The rapper backs up his powerful social commentary with imagery of him tied in a noose and sporting a black hoodie, providing an appropriate lyrical lecture for Black History Month. It’s safe to assume this won’t be the last impactful track on his Medicine Filled Candy EP, which is coming soon. (Via TAPEDECK)

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