After seeing a basketball game break out in the other clip, we get another behind the scenes look at YG’s upcoming video for “Do It To Ya” this time courtesy of CivilTV. Get a better idea of what the My Krazy Life‘s single will look like while seeing plenty of cameos from fellow rappers in the new clip after the jump.
Berner is back today to drop off a visual for his dope single “All In A Day” that features Thugger, YG and Vital. The track will be featured on the Taylor Gang urban farmer’s upcoming project 20 Lights that is still without a release date.
With the already made success of his debut album My Krazy Life, YG is continuing the push of promoting the effort with the release of an upcoming video for the next single. The Bompton rapper linked with TeeFLii for a visual to “Do It To Ya” and today we get to see a behind the scenes look at the visual. Watch the clip below and be on the lookout for the final cut to drop soon.
DJ MLK is preparing to release a project by the name of Clubs Studios Airports on Clubtapes.com in the near future. For the first leak off the tape we get to bring you the world premiere of T.I. remixing Jeremih, YG & DJ Mustard’s hit single “Don’t Tell Em.” The Hustle Gang frontman adds a verse to the beginning of the track which can be heard after the jump.
This record has been in rotation on the West Coast for a while now but today Joe Moses finally decides to release a visual for the DJ Mustard produced cut “Burn Rubber” that also features YG. Make sure to check out Joe’s newest project All Out too as it is full of some more bangers.
See the video down below.
Compton artist Hitta J3 gets a remix for his single “Do Yo Gudda” and it features fellow Compton heavy hitters Problem, Kendrick Lamar and YG.
Take a listen after the jump.
One of the many standouts from YG’s My Krazy Life album gets the visual treatment. In the video for “Bicken Back Being Bool”, YG and director Alex Nazari shows us a normal day in the hood quickly get out of hand.
See it below.
During his first ever trip overseas to London, YG sat down with Noisey for their The People vs. series. Bompton’s own reads some of the YouTube comments from his “Left, Right” music video.
Watch after the jump.