Tag Archives: Alabama

Bianca Clarke and Trina, the southern rap queens, continue their royal reign with the video release for “I’m Wit It” – @QB_Bianca

The Alabama sensation Bianca Clarke shows no signs of removing her high heel from the neck of the industry. She returns with an official, BPace directed flick for the Trina featured “I’m Wit It (Remix)”. Clarke has been rigorously touring with Trina for the better part of 2 years now, around the time that the original version of “I’m Wit …

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Young Jarvez hops out of a Mercedes and finds himself among the clouds in his video for “Drippin” – @young_jarvez

Born and raised in Huntsville, AL, Young Jarvez showed early signs of being an entertainer. Young Jarvez knew he wanted to provide for his family and music was the bread and butter. As his career began sparking attention, he had Huntsville backing him through support and radio plays from the local radio station. Young Jarvez began working with multi-platinum producers …

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Alabama duo K.L.U.B. Monsta eye a seat atop Hip Hop’s “Vacant Thrones” with new video – @KLUB_Monsta

Birmingham natives K.L.U.B. Monsta continues their quest to push southern rap forward by releasing a new single and visual for their latest cut “Vacant Thrones.” The video is directed by Tig Knight and takes us into the everyday life of living in Birmingham. The music video is outstanding and shows off their intense bars, sharp lyricism and hypnotic production. Get …

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(New Audio)[email protected] – For the Low

Jaye’s “On The Low” record is meant to represent their attitude as a movement, as a team and Birmingham as a whole. All behind the mindset of never settling for the least of anything while at the same time, quietly making progress and building something that can never be broken. A record that means something and can make the trunk …

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(New Video)[email protected] Figured Out

Alabama’s Chevron$hawty pays respect to lost family and reevaluates life on “Figured Out”. He taps KMProduction for the visual treatment where we find Chevron & cohort posted up at the trap spot trying to make a dollar out of fifteen cents. The melancholy instrumental sets a grim tone for the southern rapper to speak about all his built up emotions. …

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