HipHopDX Premiere – New Orleans native Alfred Banks has resurfaced with a brand new video for “This Is True.” The monitor comes from his Mere-Exposure Effect EP, which was launched in July. Directed by Peter Adler, who additionally supplied the animation, the visible brings Banks’ phrases to life as he rattles off every bar.
“I actually loved scripting this track. I needed to seize the power of right this moment whereas retaining my lyrical integrity,” Banks tells HipHopDX. “I really feel like I did that with this file. Shouts to Malik Ninety Five for the beat.”
Watch the video above and cop the EP right here.
Charlamagne Still Isn’t Feeling "Carter V" After Listening To The Whole Album
On Friday morning's Breakfast Club, Charlamagne gave his early learn on Carter V, which he admitted he had solely time to hearken to half of.
It wasn't that good of a learn. CTG stated Wayne's stream wasn't attention-grabbing to him, and that if the second a part of the album was just like the primary "it's going to be powerful to get by means of the entire thing." He added that he simply is perhaps too outdated for Wayne.
He did handle to get by means of Carter V over the weekend, and right here's his ultimate verdict.
What do you consider C5?
Kevin Gates Is Back With "Luca Brasi three"
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50 Cent Uses Diddy To Mock Tekashi 6ix9ine’s Sexuality
50 Cent has been thrown off by a few of his "son" Tekashi 6ix9ine's newest trend strikes.
So a lot in order that he has begun to query 6ix9ine's sexuality.
Later, 50 bought extra particular, calling out a specific Philipp Plein hat Tekashi was noticed sporting — and calling out Plein for placing it on his head.
E-40 & Yhung T.O. Funk It Up In "These Days" Video
Vallejo, CA – Still blazing away along with his well-received Gift of Gab album, E-40 has linked up along with his Vallejo youngin’ Yhung T.O. (quickly to be previously of SOB X RBE) for the funk-laden “These Days.”
Indulge within the “These Days” video up above and take a look at Fonzerelli on Instagram @e40.
Machine Gun Kelly Fires Back At Eminem’s "Killshot"
After contemplating whether or not Machine Gun Kelly was a big enough fish to fry, Eminem came after him with "Killshot" earlier today.
MGK is not impressed. He jumped on Twitter to explain that Shady took too long to respond. (Kelly dropped the Eminem diss "Rap Devil" on September 3.) MGK also suggested "Killshot" was a 6 out of 10.
Then he plugged his new EP, Binge, which drops September 21.
Is Kelly playing this right?