Jesse Boykins III & MeLo-X, “I’m New Here” and “Better For You”

​London crooner Jesse Boykins III and Brooklynite rhymer/producer MeLo-X produced an album together full of earthy soul and rhythm called Zulu Guru, and in their little short film here, shot in Equatorial Guinea and South Africa, they mate their sounds with scenes from their indigenous homeland.

posted: June 21st, 2013, 1:43am


MeLo-X, “Drunk In Lust” Live Performance

​For, MeLo-X recreates live his remix to Beyoncé‘s “Drunk in Love”, with a fitting sample of Kendrick Lamar thrown into the mix. Watch


MeLo-X, “Handle It”

​With inspiration from Jean-Luc Godard and French New Wave cinema, MeLo-X and director Paul Jung present a high-concept treatment for MeLo-X’s smooth and… Watch


Run the Jewels - Close Your Eyes (And Count to F*@k)

​A visual poetry of violence, futility, and the confusing and complex layers of the struggle. Run the Jewels 2 continues its epic journey. Watch


Hiatus Kaiyote - Nakamarra

​Australia’s multi-dimensional polyrhythmic quartet bringing future soul to the desert. Peep their North American tour this spring. Watch


Raz Simone - So Many Things

Seattle’s Simone venting the frustrations of an artist and coming to terms with a positive reality. From the Cognitive Dissonance: Part 2 video series. Watch


Kendrick Lamar - i

​Sing it. Feel it. Self-love. This is hip-hop. Watch