The clip finds YG, 2 Chainz, Sean, Minaj, and Mustard illustrated as cartoon characters. They all perform their verse in their own wacky scene as Mustard plays the xylophone beside them. Each artist’s likeness and personal style is recreated quite well by Los Angeles-based production company Shadow Council Productions.
“Big Bank” debuted at No. 66 on Billboard’s Hot 100 on Tuesday. It is set to appear on YG’s forthcoming studio album Stay Dangerous.
Watch the lyric video above and download “Big Bank” on DJcity.
After dropping her singles “Chun-Li” and “Barbie Tingz” and at the same time, Nicki Minaj is back to release both videos at once. The two tracks were some of DJcity’s most downloaded songs of April: “Chun-Li” was No. 4 and “Barbie Tingz” was No. 8. They also appear on Billboard’s Hot 100 chart.
“Chun-Li” and “Barbie Tingz” are set to appear on Minaj’s long-awaited forthcoming album. The project will follow The Pinkprint, which was released in 2014.
Watch the videos above and download the tracks on DJcity.
According to Billboard, “the song debuted at No. 20 on Billboard’s Hot Latin Songs chart and reached No. 5 without any major radio airplay.” The chart has traditionally been dominated by reggaeton and pop.
Watch the lyric video for the “Krippy Kush” remix below and download it first on DJcity.
London begins by discussing why he chose to work with Nicki, 21, and Offset, and explains what inspired the track’s dark undertones. He then breaks down the song in Ableton, including a bass layer that he says sounds “like somebody hunting you down with a knife.”
An Atlanta native, London has risen to prominence in recent years by producing anthems like Tyga‘s “Hookah,” T.I.‘s “About the Money,” and Rich Gang‘s “Lifestyle,” and most recently Drake‘s “Sneakin’.” In August, the 26-year-old signed with RCA Records as part of his transition from producer to artist.