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Tuesday, February 04, 2020

Jinjer - "On The Top (Live In Kiev)" [Metal & X-Core]

On The Top (Live In Kiev)

"On The Top (Live In Kiev)" music video by Jinjer
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Metal & X-Core
Description : JINJER - On The Top (Live in Kiev) | Napalm Records

The original version of "ON THE TOP" appears on the Napalm Records release “MACRO” and is available here:

Check out the official live video of "ON THE TOP", filmed live on tour in Kiev, Ukraine in November 2019.

Director and Editor – Oleg Rooz (
Director of Photography – Ilya Prizenko
Filmed by PicOi! Live Production

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A versatile, female-fronted metalcore unit based out of Ukraine, Jinjer have found success both in their Eastern European homeland and abroad with their punitive blend of post-hardcore and death/progressive/nu-metal. Drawing from a wide array of influences, including R&B, soul, hip-hop, and the full spectrum of heavy metal, the band formed in 2009 and features a lineup consisting of Tatiana Shmailyuk (vocals), Roman Ibramkhalilov (guitar), Eugene Abdiukhanov (bass), and Vladislav Ulasevich (drums). Jinjer issued a pair of EPs, 2009's OIMACTTA and 2012's Inhale, Do Not Breathe, before breaking big at home with the release of a full-length version of the latter album in 2013. The group's sophomore long-player, 2014's Cloud Factory, caught the attention of heavy metal institution Napalm, which signed Jinjer and released their third full-length effort, King of Everything, in 2016. The group toured heavily in support of the LP, hitting the European festival circuit and making their presence known overseas as well. In early 2019, the band returned with the Micro EP, again on Napalm.

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Russ - "Guess What (ft. Rick Ross)" [Hip-Hop]

Guess What (ft. Rick Ross)

"Guess What (ft. Rick Ross)" music video by Russ
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Russ - GUESS WHAT (Official Video) ft. Rick Ross


Directed By Edgar Esteves

Featuring Rick Ross
Produced by Boi-1DA and Jahaan Sweet

Twitter : @russdiemon @rickross @edgarestevess
Instagram : @russ @richfoorever @edgarestevess
Facebook : @russtheone @rickross


During the 2010s, Russ Vitale -- a rapper, singer, songwriter, and producer -- emerged from the Atlanta-area underground with dozens of independent singles and albums, all of which were made freely available as downloads.

Inspired by 50 Cent and Eminem, as well as the classic rock he absorbed as a youngster, the New Jersey-born Vitale gradually learned to play several instruments, including guitar, which was taught to him by his father. After a short period of enrollment at Kennesaw State, Vitale established Diemon, a collective and label. His prolific output switched between swaggering modern hip-hop anthems and woozy R&B-oriented ballads, with relaxed melodic hooks the common element in both modes. He gradually gained a significant following through word of mouth and exposure from alternative weeklies and major rap publications. In 2015 and 2016, his career really picked up with cuts like "Losin Control," "What They Want," and "Pull the Trigger," which were among his most popular recordings to that point.

Russ signed to Columbia Records in 2017 and released his major-label debut, There's Really a Wolf. The album featured the aforementioned singles and debuted in the Top Ten of the Billboard 200. It was later certified platinum. As the year progressed, Vitale continued to release singles, including "Prosper," "Maybe," and "Lean on You." He continued his singles series into 2018, leading up to the release of his second full-length, Zoo. Featuring guest appearances from Rick Ross and Snoop Dogg, the album reached the Top Five of the Billboard 200. Later that year, he issued a trio of Zoo-session tracks as an EP titled Just in Case. He continued into 2019 with the single "Aint Goin Back."

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Cdot Honcho - "Mop Freestyle" [Hip-Hop]

Mop Freestyle

"Mop Freestyle" music video by Cdot Honcho
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Cdot Honcho - “Mop Freestyle” (Official Music Video)

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Shot by Will Mass Productions

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Peso Peso - "Enchilada" [Hip-Hop]


"Enchilada" music video by Peso Peso
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Peso Peso - “Enchilada” (Official Music Video)

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Birds Of Tokyo - "Two Of Us" [Rock & Alternative]

Two Of Us

"Two Of Us" music video by Birds Of Tokyo
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Rock & Alternative
Description : Birds of Tokyo - 'Two Of Us' (Official Video)

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Director – Zac Lynch-Woodlock
Produced by – Zac Lynch-Woodlock & Jack Stephens
Production Company – Helium Film
DOP – Jay Torta
1st AC Matt Spowart
1st AD Murray Robertson
Key Grip – David Griffiths
Make Up - Elizabeth Cannon
Wardrobe & Art - Sarah Jackson
Post (Edit&Grade) – Zac Lynch-Woodlock


Birds of Tokyo are an alternative rock band from Australia who rose to domestic mainstream success with their second album, Universes (2008). Founded in 2004 in Perth, Western Australia, the band originally comprised Karnivool's Ian Kenny (vocals), Adam Spark (guitar), Anthony Jackson (bass), and Adam Weston (drums). Birds of Tokyo made their recording debut in 2005 with a pair of EPs (Birds of Tokyo, One Way/Stay) released in association with the independent label Egg Records. The song "Stay" earned the band its first of many WAMi Awards (West Australian Music Industry Awards), this one for Rock Song of the Year. Two years later, Birds of Tokyo released their full-length album debut, Day One (2007), and won a pair of WAMi Awards (Favorite Newcomer, Best Male Vocalist). Their second album, Universes (2008), marked their mainstream breakthrough, peaking at number three on the Australian albums chart and spawning a pair of singles ("Silhouettic," "Broken Bones").

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Watts Up Mickey - "Where You From (ft. O.T. Genasis)" [Hip-Hop]

Where You From (ft. O.T. Genasis)

"Where You From (ft. O.T. Genasis)" music video by Watts Up Mickey
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Watts Up Mickey - “Where You From” feat. O.T. Genasis (Official Music Video)

Uneek Music presents Watts Up Mickey & OT Genasis visual for their new single “Where You From”

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Directed by Deptv

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Playthatboizay - "Swarm" [Hip-Hop]


"Swarm" music video by Playthatboizay
Added: 04-02-2020
Genre : Hip-Hop

PlayThatBoiZay is back with a brand new visual to accompany “SWARM” from his lauded 2019 project Nocturnal.

Directed by Fxrbes & Unkleluc, and shot in his hometown of Carol City, it’s not hard to see why this addictive abrasive cut has become a fan favorite.

“SWARM” is the second track from Nocturnal to receive a video treatment, following “POISON KLAN,” his menacing collaboration with fellow Floridians Denzel Curry and Anonymuz.

Tags : 2020, 20s, Playthatboizay