The Ivy League-educated rapper tells his tale of growing up in Chicago and making a six-figure salary on Wall Street.
A guaranteed banger for the summer.
The track comes from Hi-Tone's forthcoming album "POA Re-Entry," which drops on April 27.
Off his upcoming "Tay Dilla" project.
The video drops a week before his Take Me Serious Tour begins.
The track comes from his debut album "Ray Ray From Summerhill."
In theaters on June 22, 2018.
Directed by David Camarena.
His most ridiculous video yet!
Napalm, directed by Joey Creel.
The track appears on his "Th3 Gospel" album, which dropped in January.
Produced by Airborne Audio.
The controversial rapper drops some Cole Bennett-directed visuals for his latest single.
If you’re really missing Murs, cop his new album, "A Strange Journey Into The Unimaginable."
Featuring Jay Electronica and Yummy Bingham.
The teenaged Savannah, Georgia rapper is making a play for radio (and his young female fans' hearts) ahead of his debut album, "Life B4 Fame," which drops on April 17.
Directed by Nirvan Sorooshian.
Taken from the "Jeffery" rapper's surprise EP "Hear No Evil."
The track appears on his recently released "My Dear Melancholy" EP.
Two lyrical dynamos join forces for a frenetic visual.