In “Skippin’ Clouds”, Nitty Scott, MC takes on the roles of a depressed 50′s house wife, a 70′s socialite who likes to party, and even a grungy heroin addict as the visual explores drug culture in different eras. The song’s airy high provides the perfect backdrop for a walk down trippy lane, deep in a substance-induced trance as she raps about everything from Bob Marley to vicodin and chakras. Whether taking drugs is about escapism, pure indulgence, or a quest to find deeper meaning, the stories show the duality of drug use and how they can lead to both pleasure and pain.
Mike Shinoda takes his hip-hop side project to the late night TV.
The daughter of Tameka "Tiny" Harris calls on Thugger for her new single.
Off the SRFSCHL rep's Out of Frame mixtape.
Zoë Kravitz's band releases a 5-track EP.
Off the NY singer's surprise album, The Art Form Of Whatever, out now.
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