Hasse de Moor is your favorite DJ’s secret weapon, cranking out futuristically funky Dutch house and heavy party jams. Horny Dave is a mysterious newcomer making his debut on their gleefully dirty collab, “Work For Me.” You won’t be able to get this uptempo banger out of your head (or get it’s deliriously ridiculous music video off of your lips). Crank it!
Sammy Bananas’ “Gitcha Gitcha” gets an appropriately hazy, fuzzed-out visual featuring his friends and collaborators BOSCO and LaDonnis. From day to night, studio to club, the “Gitcha” vid is a feel-good snapshot of the city where Sammy brings his music to life. Stay tuned for more from Mr. Bananas in 2018!
Lansky Jones of World’s Fair reps for the city as only he can in the new video for “Eleven Madison Park,” a family affair (directed by Remy Banks, narrated by Michael Rappaport, cuts by Statik Selektah) to keep you vibing. Stay tuned for more from World’s Fair very soon…
A-Trak’s DJ videos are already legendary, but now they reach a new (informative!) level with this take on Post Malone and 21 Savage’s “Rockstar.” Half scratch routine, half tutorial, check it now on A-Trak’s YouTube channel.
Thanks to everyone who made #NewYorksLoudest lit! Check out what happens when G Herbo, G-Worthy, Flipp Dinero, Jesse Marco and DJ Tara take over the Paper Box stage for a night of great music and great people in FG’s hometown. Full photo gallery on the FG FB, some selects after the jump! Big up Lugz NYC. Read More
“21” is just a regular day in the life of a Brooklyn DJ dad and his foul mouthed, deeply NSFW child. Sammy Bananas’ vintage house-inspired single – featuring the vocals of Nicky K, mistress of ceremonies at infamous burlesque nightclub The Box – takes on new life in the hands of director Nicholas Barat, who turns Sammy’s son into the hilariously bitchy star of the show. (There’s also a clean version with animal noises for any concerned parents out there.)
LA supergroup G-Worthy (comprised of G Perico, Jay Worthy of LNDN DRGS, and Cardo) have released a new video for “Ain’t Trippin,” the second single from their self titled debut, out now via Fool’s Gold. The trio put their own spin on classic g’d up west coast visuals: girls, guap and low-riders hitting switches.
Director Lacey Duke goes behind the scenes with BOSCO as she creates “b.” her boldest and most personal project yet. Get unfiltered and uncensored with one of the most unique voices in music as she embarks upon a cross-country journey of creation and discovery.