Fat ass. Hot off the release of his Fatboy project, Blocboy JB gets his Fat Albert on with the video to the opening track. Drawing inspiration from the icon cartoon, the Memphis rapper and his crew channel the characters and turn up at the junkyard accompanied by a few baddies in daisy dukes. Hey, hey, … Read moreNew Video: Blocboy JB “Fatboy (Intro)”
3s a charm. Shooting and never scuffling, comes BlocBoy JB and NLE Choppa’s latest installment of their “ChocBloc 3”. For their third time around, the two frequent collaborators from Memphis maintain their brand of turn ups, shootouts, and more.
Count it up. Blocboy JB racks in the dollars on his latest release produced by Hitkidd. Stacked with his adlibs and animated captions, the wet and wild video finds the Memphis rapper turning up at an outdoor pool party with friends and a bevy of bikini-clad ladies twerking. Nice racks.
Dribble that. Blocboy JB tries his hand to a track and brings the end result to life with a video. In the clip, he lights up in a parking garage while bouncing to the beat in front of an all white Benz. The Memphis rapper also turns up on a balcony and waves a handgun … Read moreNew Video: BlocBoy JB “No Dribble Freestyle”
Don’t shoot. BlocBoy and Tay Keith still need no hook. With that being said, the Memphis duo releases their 12th installment of their “No Chorus” single series. Skating over Tay Keith’s production, BlocBoy JB hits the Jordan Down’s housing complex in Watts, California where he stands off with police and mobs with the locals brandishing … Read moreNew Video: BlocBoy JB, Tay Keith “No Chorus Pt. 12”
The no chorus saga continues. BlocBoy and Tay Keith still need no hook. With that being said, the Memphis duo releases their 12th installment of their “No Chorus” single series. Anchored by Tay Keith’s bouncy instrumental, BlocBoy JB skates over the track with his lush raps in under four minutes. The series kicked off six … Read moreNew Music: BlocBoy JB, Tay Keith “No Chorus Pt. 12”
Swerve! BlockBoy JB is “Swervin” all in the video to his brand new single. Hopping out of a sleek purple vintage ride in his tux, the Memphis rapper does his dance with the crew inside a parking garage full of old school rides. Pull up.