Crazy – [Key Glock]

Key Glock shares a new video for his psych ward anthem, “Crazy.” Wrapped in a straight jacket, Glock delivers a sporadic set of bars that reflect the song’s title. Alternating between shots of Glock and a bundle of leather clade women, the video fixates on the dominatrix side of the anthem. Despite being on the road touring his latest mixtape, Glockoma, Key Glock seems to be unfazed by the tiresome nature of the road still finding the energy to release next level visuals for his buzzing project. It is a great time to be a Key Glock fan has his dominance continues to build with each release. We hope you are as eager as we are to see and hear new content from the popping Southern emcee. Check out Key Glock’s new video for “Crazy” below and connect with him on Twitter and Instagram.

Bottom Of The Pot – [Key Glock]

Key Glock steps into 2019 with unrelenting drip in his new video for his song, “Bottom Of The Pot.” The Memphis MC is receiving accolades left and right for his trademark sound and clever structuring of bars making him one of the most exciting new acts to come out of Memphis and watch this year. Undistinguishable from the flames that make up the video, Key Glock is literally breathing fire with every verse even shrinking in size using the stove top as his stage. Key Glock is currently being courted by Young Dolph and his label and is clearly making a strong case for himself as an act that will undoubtedly be making major waves in the coming months. Watch Key Glock’s new video for “Bottom Of The Pot” below and make sure to leave us your thoughts in the comment section!

Since 6ix – [Key Glock]

Key Glock shares the first visual from his recently released mixtape, Glockoma. The new visual for the first track, “Since 6ix” is as gritty as the song, and the Tay Keith production is perfect background music for Key Glock’s laid-back portrayal in the set of visuals. Key Glock has all our attention in this one, as he’s able to electrify us viewers despite him sitting down through a majority of the video — and if that isn’t a sign of his sauce, I don’t know what is. The Memphis MC is easily securing his spot as one of the hottest rappers coming out of the birthplace of Rock and Roll. Hopefully, Key Glock’s rising popularity continues to afford us as fans more visuals of the charismatic MC stunting on us with his lyrical prowess. Watch Key Glock’s new video for Since 6ix below and tell us what you think of the new video in the comment section below!

Russian Cream Freestyle – [Megan Thee Stallion]

Houston Texas’ own, Megan Thee Stallion has been making waves for quite some time now. She’s only adding fuel to the fire with the release of her new “Russian Cream Freestyle” where she lyrically demolishes Key Glock’s Russian Cream production. Megan, who also goes by the alias Tina Snow recently released a new project under the alias in June of this year that featured a verse from the equally exploding talent of Moneybagg Yo. The “Russian Cream Freestyle” highlights Megan’s lyrical ability and uncanny knack to deliver dense lyrics to trap production. Thee Stallion recently teased a visual for the song back in late October so hopefully we will be getting an official visual release sooner than we think. Fingers crossed the Texas titan keeps blessing us with new music or more of her crazy freestyles. Listen to the new freestyle from Megan Thee Stallion below and tell us how you rate the bars in the comment section!

Bon Appetit – [G Herbo] x [Key Glock] x [Z-Money]

G Herbo and Z-Money take Key Glock out of Memphis to show him how they get down in Chi-Town in their new video, “Bon Appetit.” Of course if the name of the song is “Bon Appetit,” part of the video has to be shot in a restaurant, and were else would you expect G Herbo and Z-Money to go other than Harold’s Chicken Shack? It is only right they took him there. In the video and song, the three artists let everyone know how they keep eatin and that they’re eating Benjamins for dinner. All three artists give us clever and catchy verses that are sure to have you nodding your head to the beat and flow in no time. Press play below and enjoy the new Chicago x Memphis collab, “Bon Appetit.”   Directed by Laka Films

Glocks & Butterflies – [Kwad]

Emerging Virginia rapper Kwad came through this Christmas with a brand new mixtape, “Glocks & Butterflies.” On this record, Kwad builds off the hype of his previous “Soundboy” project that dropped earlier this year by cranking up his energy-level to the max and matching his dynamic flows with hypnotic melodies. He gets an assist from Lyrical Lemonade favorite and recent breakthrough artist Yung Bans as well as members of his own GUiLD collective, Koeshr and ELIJVH. Kwad sounds his best when he’s at his most belligerent, as proven on “Live,” one of this mixtape’s standout tracks. Over a menacing beat powered by keys and 808s, Kwad delivers bars that hit blunt-force conviction. He follows up with an instantly memorable hook to tie together the fits of rage in his verses. Kwad’s wide range of influences stemming from his Jamaican dancehall roots to his love for rock music resonate as he meshes rhythm-driven melodies with raw aggression. When I spoke to Kwad this summer leading up to the release of “Soundboy,” he had set his sights on putting Virginia’s rap scene on the map and bringing up his GUiLD team with him. At that point, he had just finished high school …