Painting pictures through a lens. As visionary Alyssa Hughes gears up for the release of her anticipated project $kills, fellow creative Abe Azab caught an exclusive live performance of her latest single Momma.
A seductive tune. Revisiting his sultry OverDue EP, CT’s own Pxrry teams up with choreographer Mari Artis for a match made in visual heaven supporting his single, Uninvited.
Superstars in the making. CT natives Lonny X and K$ubi Kay have been cooking up hits since the ball dropped. Making rounds, celebrating the release of The K$ubi Effect & the first installment of Lonny X’s Money Year: Very Bad Influence the dynamic duo return with a fun set of visuals in Who U.
The journey is the reward. Night Rider, King Of August returns with a weary visual, taking his talents to the streets and bringing his DREAMKILLA anthem to life, in his latest offering.
Whether The Weather. Speaking on the uneasiness surrounding his city, Jay Frio hops on the mic and sheds light on the darkness of the 203.
The Grind. Alpo Lumpy returns with a simple yet telling visual in the official video behind On The Block.
Don’t Be Like Them. An ode to the real ones, the multitalented Ari Serrano delivers an intimate visual behind the testimonial Be Yourself.
Moon Child. CT repper Mooncha serves as a smooth criminal while revisiting a past production and bringing it to life in BETA.
Remorseful. New England native Joey Nato is apologetic in his latest visuals, My Bad.
A demolition. Vee Skeeno is on a mission to expose frauds, and honor authenticity in his latest video behind Attacking The Clones.