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We’re not sure why Future’s been featuring slim light-skinned models in his videos lately but they’re steadily becoming a primary feature in his visual work.
That continues to be the case in his latest clip to the Meek Mill and Doe Boy assisted “100 Shooters” where Future and company keep things hot and gritty with lit up motorcycles (literally on fire) and still models who don’t even bop to the beat. Just stare into the camera. It’s creepy sexiness.
Elsewhere G-Eazy and Tyga ball outta control on the basketball court where the cheerleaders shake their pom-poms and rumps for their team in their clip to “Bang.”
Check out the rest of today’s drops including work from Burna Boy, Fatboy SSE, and more.
FUTURE FT. MEEK MILL & DOE BOY – “100 SHOOTERS”
G-EAZY & TYGA – “BANG”
BURNA BOY – “PULL UP”
QUALITY CONTROL & QUAVO – “VIRGIL”
QUALITY CONTROL & DUKE DEUCE FT. TAY KEITH – “GRAB A…”
FATBOY SSE – “WHERE I CAME FROM”
THE GOOD PEOPLE FT. A-F-R-O & TERMANOLOGY – “SIDEWALK BARBECUE”
WAIS P & STATIK SELEKTAH – “YOU NEVER KNOW”
DEE-1 – “IT AIN’T SAFE”
ROBNHOOD TRA FT. LIL KEED – “NO CAP”
LIL GOTIT FT. LIL KEED – “POP MY SH*T REMIX”
M.O.U.F – “REAL SHYT”
BLACK MILK FT. MAHD – “RELATE”
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Recording artist and leader of #EazySeason, G-Eazy releases three brand new exclusive tracks in preparation of his forthcoming sophomore studio album. “Say So”, a heavily hip-hop infused rhythm was released exclusively on The FADER and offers production from Vinylz (Kanye West, Jay-Z, Fabolous). “Friend Zone” produced by Nic Nac is the second cut from G-Eazy’s string of releases and was released exclusively with Power 106. “Friend Zone” features Marc E Bassy and embodies a melodic r&b feel coupled with transparent lyrics from G-Eazy who whips around the rules and regulations of being in the “friend zone”. The final release from the series ends with “Need You Now”, released via G-Eazy’s official player and helms up the tri-series with G-Eazy questioning “are you about it or nah?”
From the East to the West and everywhere in between, Footaction keeps a multitude of fashion heads laced with different variations of Hip-Hop flavor.
For the latest documentary series Footaction Style Means, the trustworthy shoe hub is following the busy lives of several artists you’re accustomed to seeing on this here website. YG allowed them inside his inner circle to see how Bompton and Brooklyn mesh with one another. Hit-Boy puts his ice-cool persona on display as he makes the transition from go-to hitmaker to credible MC. G-Eazy admits that his choice of sneakers are a direct reflection of his artistic measure. And the latest entry of Kid Ink up’s the ante as the tatted Cali native goes into comic book mode for his feature.
“I tried to step my show up to having a theme to it, and my theme lately has been like a Dark Knight type…,” he admits.
Acclaimed director Jessy Terrero shot the Inkster’s piece with cinema-quality shots interspersed with comic book animation to give the interview its superhero feel.
Watch the engaging Footaction Style Means videos below.
Footaction Style Means Vol. 4: Kid Ink
Footaction Style Means Vol. 3: G-Eazy
Footaction Style Means Vol. 2: Hit-Boy
Footaction Style Means Vol. 1: YG
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West Coast rapper G-Eazy teams up with his fellow Bay Area legend Too Short for the track “Show You.” After performing at sold out venue after venue for the Lil Wayne vs Drake tour and several previous Young Money tours, G-Eazy is primed to have a break out year in 2015 despite already achieving great success in 2013 and 2014.