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He Doesn't Drink Muscle Milk, But Skepta Still Doesn't Need “No Security”

Skepta rolls dolo from state to state... country to country!

Skepta did not spend any time trick or treating this Halloween. Instead, the London artist was busy feeding his fanbase with new material.

READ: Skepta, ILoveMakonnen & Céon Connect On New Collabo, “Coming Soon”

With the Section Boyz rockin' with him, Skeppy participated in a The Purge-inspired music video for “The Worst.” After the initial shock wore off, the man jumped back online and released an explosive new song about his lack of "Security." A blaring Malcolm X sample helps sets the tone for this aggressive new cut.

READ: Riff Raff Calls Up Skepta As He Comes “Back From The Dead”

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Youngboy NBA Eyes Getting Baptized In "Carter Son" Video

Youngboy NBA didn't waste anytime getting back to the music after his release from prison back in August. Fresh off the rollout of the second installment of Al Youngboy, 38 Baby unveiled the brand new music visuals for "Carter Son."

Here, in the E. Buckles-directed video, the North Baton Rouge native plays dominos with his crew. Other scenes flip to a younger 38 Baby as she stands before a coffin while rapping about the harsh realities of North B.R. The video concludes with a group of guys ready to get baptized.

In other Youngboy news, the 19-year-old is set to release his .38 Baby 2 project before the end of this year.

Back in August, Youngboy was released from jail after serving three months behind bars for his involment in a Miami shooting that left his girlfriend injured.

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Jim Jones Gives His "State Of The Union" Address With Rick Ross In New Video

Jim Jones's El Capo is, without a doubt, one of the better albums of 2019. Over the weekend, the Harlem-bred unveiled the brand new music visuals to the Marc Scibilia and Rick Ross-assisted "State of the Union."

With Shula the Don behind the lens, Jimmy, and Rozay keep it saucy with beautiful women, and champagne bottles on a yacht down in Dade County.

Over the Heatmakerz instrumental, Capo delivers his usual lines about pain, his come-up, and harsh realities of life.

"You could build a wall as tall as the sky (To the moon)/We all know the coke still go far from the sky/Papi had a room with a wall full of pies/This is America, baby, where we fall for the lies (Impeach the president)/We never had much, but we had us (Uh-uh)/And even when the bills didn’t add up," raps the Taft Projects rapper.

Back in July, Jimmy also released "NYC" video with Fat Joe.

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Premiere: Diamond D Challenges The Status Quo With David Banner, BIGREC & Edson Sean On "Bodied"

It’s been said that, "History is written by the victors," which implies that accounts of the past aren’t always based on facts, but instead by those who gained the power to create the narratives. Yet, if a picture is worth a thousand words, the murals in Diamond D’s newest single, “Bodied,” speak volumes.

Prominent rapper/activist David Banner and Dymond Mine Records artist BIGREC attack the track alongside an infectious hook by Edson Sean. The Tommy Nova directed visual is a gritty look at the latest from the Grammy award-winning producer's star-studded album The Diam Piece 2, which was released earlier this year.

Check out the VIBE Tribe Podcast with Diamond D and VIBE Editor-In-Chief, Datwon Thomas below.

The Diam Piece 2 is available for download and on all streaming platforms.

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