THIS WEEK: See How Music Video “Walk It Talk It” Was Made

This week I take a look at the making of the music video “Walk It Talk It” by Migos & Drake
THIS WEEK: See How Music Video
The Migos reunited with Drake on “Walk It Talk It” from their No. 1 album Culture II. The hit song’s music video proved to be even more memorable than the cinematic, kung fu visual for “Stir Fry” by taking a retro approach inspired by the iconic music program Soul Train. To direct the clip, Migos recruited their frequent collaborator Daps, who has made over ten videos involving the group, including their hits “Bad and Boujee” and “T-Shirt.”  Watch!

 

 

 

Credits go to Genius

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‘It’s Britney B!tch’… Teases New LP For 2019!

Britney Spears’s plans for an album drop in 2019 has been put on hold due to her father getting sick.
'It's Britney B!tch'... Teases New LP For 2019!Her producer, Justin Tranter has told media that fans should not be concerned as the wait is worth it!
The superproducer will be executive producing Spears’ next LP, which will be her 10th set of work and her follow-up to 2016’s Glory!

Let’s take it back real quick to some of Britney’s favs!

Watch: Britney Spears – …Baby One More Time

Watch: Britney Spears – Toxic

Watch: Britney Spears – Piece Of Me

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Instagram – Bone Thugs & Harmony gives OFFSET some #OG advice!

The American Rap group, Bone Thugs And Harmony have taken to social media to express their thoughts on Lawrenceville, Georgia Rap group Migos.
Instagram - Bone Thugs & Harmony gives OFFSET some #OG advice!
In an Instagram post published on Monday 17th December, Rapper and Migo’s member OFFSET made a joke by asking his fans if they wanted to do a GWOP challenge with him. The notorious Bone Thug member saw this and gave OFFSET some #OG advice

 

 

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Not ending there, this sparked off some beef between the two rappers, which have now resulted in an ongoing beef, here’s the latest!

 

 

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OFF #3T The Album: Listen to YoungstaCPT’s Latest ‘YVR’

A new song titled ‘YVR’ – which stands for Young Van Riebeek is currently what we listening to!
OFF #3T The Album: Listen to YoungstaCPT's Latest 'YVR'dropped this morning, YVR produced by Cape Town female producer Kay Faith and local Capetonian J-Beatz is the lead single from YoungstaCPT’s debut album “3T” set to drop in the new year 2019.
Even though the newly released single has been placed on all known streaming services for fans, YoungstaCPT has still given his fans a choice to either purchase it or preview the song for free! Nevertheless, Listen here

 

 

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Apple V.S Spotify: 5 Differences You Might Have Not Known

Do you remember the time Spotify just dropped in South Africa, local celebs from all over Africa were snapshotting it, screen-grabbing it and live streaming it! Forgetting about the longest living online music streamer being Apple Music.

Apple V.S Spotify: 5 Differences You Might Of Not KnownSource by: https://www.youredm.com

#Watch Own The Block Season Two / S2 here

Well, now that we have 2 top-rated music streaming services… we thought let’s weigh their differences and see who’s really in the lead here.

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The #OwnTheBlock team who are leaders in street-rap battles, music business, and entertainment across the Southern hemisphere have listed a few key differences that we think you should know, take a look:

1. Subscriptions:
Spotify offers a full-on free sign-up on their mobile App and website, where Apple Music allows a 3-month free trial only!

2. User Experience:
Apple Music starts to prompt their users by asking them to select genre-types and artists that they might be interested in, where Spotify recommends artists and music, which is a bonus for the user and if its an upcoming artist, while, then its a bonus for the artist.

3. User Interface
Both look pretty cool — & come across as being the main hubs for finding new artists, music, playlists, videos, and concert shows from around the world.

Also, see: Aqeem Jones releases his new music video – ‘No Hotline’

but there is 1 thing that stands out when looking at the Apple Music App and that is the saving and downloading of music content, where Spotify makes this a little bit more complicated when browsing its artist’s pages than being straight to the point such as Apple music.

Anyways, both Apps are pretty cool and we recommend them, imagine a world of songs and entertainment at your fingertips!

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