Harvey Stripes collaborator, Blac Youngsta of Yo Gotti's CMG has dropped a video for the song "Drug Lord" off his "Young and Reckless" mixtape. Filmed around the way, Youngsta lives up the second part of his mixtape title as he boldly puts his hustle on front street.
Blac Youngsta appears on Harvey's "In God We Trust" project on two tracks: "Did It Before" and the CMG remix of "On Me".
Having collaborated with Harvey for years and most recently appearing on the rapper's "In God We Trust" project, Tory Lanez has truly carved out his own lane in the music industry. Recently, Lanez dropped a video for his song "Real Addresses" highlighting his insane live energy.
Directed by another often collaborator of Harvey's, Zac Facts, the video sees the artist hit various cities across the world, turning venues inside out during live shows.
Harvey Stripes has never hidden the fact that he enjoys the finer things in life, so it wasn't any surprise when in February 2012 he dropped a video for his song "No Budget" that was shot in Hollywood.
The song, which was produced by Beat Merchant and appeared on Harv's 2011 project “A Dollar and a Dream" was directed by Cazhmere. It features the rapper enjoying the perks of the world’s entertainment capital when you have no budget. Strip clubs, exotic beauties, designer clothes, bottles of the finest liquor and expensive cars are all on deck to complement Harv’s “pretty boy swag”.
The spirit of ecstasy gets personified in the visual for Harvey Stripes’ latest single — “Spirit of Ecstasy”. Taking advantage of the beauty of Miami’s beaches and sunsets, the performance video not only features striking backdrops but also an alluring figure who makes her presence felt.
Directed by Ty Black of ShotByTy.com, the video for the Andrew Triple-A-produced track was filmed entirely in Miami. The city was the first leg of a tour — which has also taken Harvey to Atlanta and will see him visit NYC before ending back in Toronto — to promote his new full-length release, “In God We Trust.”
“In God We Trust” was released this spring and features artists such as Yo Gotti, Tory Lanez, Troy Ave and Snootie Wild.
This week, DNDMG affiliate Yo Gotti announced the return of his annual birthday bash, "Yo Gotti & Friends". Gotti, who appears with Harvey on the track "For Real" off Harvey's "In God We Trust", will kick off the fourth year of the celebration with a highly-anticipated Memphis concert that has featured appearances from stars like August Alsina, Dej Loaf, Monica, Nicki Minaj and Meek Mill and become a staple in the city.
2016 gives Gotti lots of reasons to celebrate. He released "The Art of the Hustle" in February and burned up the charts with “Down In the DM.” Last month, Gotti spoke about his success and what the mentorship of L.A. Reid has meant to his career. “On an artistry tip, he pretty much give me the freedom and the backing to do what I’m trying to do,” said Gotti. “If there’s something I really need to do or want to do, I can hit up L.A. Reid. L.A. is the kind of guy who understands the artist’s vision and if he can, he’ll make it happen."
Partnering with CMG Records and WHRK 97.1, this year’s show will take place on June 19th at the Mud Island Amphitheater at 7 p.m. CST. Tickets are on sale.
Harvey is still in the U.S. continuing to expose American audiences to his latest full-length release, "In God We Trust." The Toronto rapper's crew includes in-house photographer/director Ty Black who is documenting some candid moment's of Harvey's time in the States.
In the summer of 2011, Harvey teamed up with R&B crooner Lloyd for the sexy "Come On", which was accompanied by a video featuring the finer things in life: a luxurious home, a Rolls Royce Phantom, Ace of Spades champagne and, of course, a stunningly beautiful leading lady.
The Cazhmere-directed visual co-starred Daphne Joy as she and Harvey enjoyed the lap of luxury while the rapper spit about a lifestyle filled with flights to Aruba, penthouse suites, Louis Vuitton from “the shades to the sneaker tongue” and more.
Harvey recently held a listening session in the famous PatchWerk Studios in Atlanta, where your favourite artist has likely recorded a song or two. Ty Black of ShotByTy was there to capture the moment.
Harvey may be on the road promoting his latest full-length release "In God We Trust", but just as attention-worthy is the surprise EP he dropped leading up to the release of "In God We Trust." Called "Yours to Discover", the EP offers up six tracks. One of them features DNDMG artist Layla Hendryx, who we told you yesterday was featured on Tidal's recent "25 Rappers Under 25 We're Listening To" list. Check out "We Did It" below.