It’s becoming pretty evident that Boosie Badazz takes pride in dropping his visuals and today is no different as the cancer survivor channels the old school for his latest visual and does something we’re surprised he didn’t do before.
Taking it back to the 80’s Hip-Hop era and pays homage to the Hollis, Queens legend LL Cool J by recreating the classic clip to “I’m Bad” complete with the Kangol bucket and warehouse backdrop.
Miguel meanwhile tackles a current political hot button issue and for his clip to “Now” travels to a California desert to perform for a political rally near the Adelanto High Desert Detention Center for immigrants. Much love and respect for that.
Check out the rest today’s drops and some joints you might’ve missed over the weekend including work from Thirstin Howl The 3rd featuring Dark-Lo, Tekashi 6ix9ine, and more.