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G-Unit’s Young Buck releases the video for his Drumma Boy produced track called ‘Push’ which was a part of his Before The Beast mixtape. I need a video for ‘Life’. Click below to watch the Charlie P directed visual.

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Future chose to send ‘F*ck Up Some Commas’ from Monster to radio as a single recently and he follows up that move with the official video for the song. Hit the jump to watch.

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Tech N9ne’s Special Effects album will be available on May 4th (pre-order it here) and today he gets some things off of his chest by releasing the video for ‘Aw Yeah?’ Find out what he had to say about it below and hit the jump for the visual.

If you’re a true Technician you already know, I never let anyone hear track one off any of any of my albums before they come out, let alone see the visual this early. Not only is this that big and important, it was also very therapeutic for me to get this much off my chest at once. This is about to set the tone for Special Effects, get ready.

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Anthony Lewis is only a teenager but his single ‘It’s Not My Fault‘ featuring T.I. gets the visual treatment today. Could he be the next big thing? Check it out after the break.

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Run The Jewels are fresh off of high energy performances at SXSW with many eyes being turned towards Killer Mike recenly due to his shoutout by Kendrick on ‘Hood Politics’. They take full advantage of the attention and release a conceptual video for ‘Close Your Eyes’, which shows a fight between a police officer and a black male but it’s more complex than you can imagine.

Here’s what El-P had to say about it:

This is a vision of a seemingly never ending struggle whose participants are pitted against each other by forces originating outside of themselves.

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The J. Cole remix to ‘Knock Tha Hustle’ appeared on newly signed artist Cozz’s Cozz & Effect LP last year. The Dreamville Takeover at SXSW had a lot of people buzzing and so what better time than now to release the video?

Cole killed this. Hit the jump.

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