Here are three new SIC VIDS for you to check out this weekend. We keeping you bassed up with new music from Brockhampton, Rick Ross, YG and The Carters
Continue on #Celebes to watch the new videos from Brockhampton “1999 Wildfire”, Rick Ross “Green Gucci Suit”, YG “Big Banks,” Migos – “Narcos,” and The Carters “Ape Shit”…
CelebNMusic247.com has music videos every weekend because sometimes we know everyone needs to hear some new music to bump to in the car. We are loving these songs from Brockhampton, Rick Ross, YG, Migos, and The Carters
Take a look below and enjoy.
Brockhampton “1999 Wildfire”:
On Friday, Brockhampton announced their new Beats 1 show Things We Lost in the Fire Radio. Now, the boy band has dropped a new song and video, “1999 Wildfire.” The new track finds members of the group delivering rapid-fire rhymes over a flute-laced instrumental – it then transitions to a late ’90s/early ’00s R&B-style bridge. The song as a whole is sonically reminiscent of early-2000s Outkast. The video, directed by Kevin Abstract, features close-up shots of each member.
Rick Ross – “Green Gucci Suit” ft. Future:
Rick Ross just dropped the first song to his next project.
YG – “Big Bank” ft. 2 Chainz, Big Sean, Nicki Minaj:
The summer anthem song is coming from Compton’s very own YG! This song is a definite must to have bumping in your car driving down Peachtree, Crenshaw, or 125th Ave. Time to do you with YG – “Big Bank” banging in your car. The song comes from his new single he just dropped in June.
Migos – “Narcos”
Migos continues to dominate the airwaves with their newest hit “Narcos” with a Miami/Atlanta blend. They have the perfect Cubano sound with their Atlanta Trap sound.
The Carters “Ape Shit”:
If you haven’t copped this album we suggest you do. Beyonce and Jay Z’s collab album EVERYTHING IS LOVE is off the chain. We love when these two do songs together. Here is their main song “Ape Shit” from the EVERYTHING IS LOVE. This is the same album 50 Cent BLASTED Jay Z for dropping a day after Nas Nassir album.
We had it as our feature song last week: