Published Aug 11, 2014Ease back into the rat race with our favourite Monday afternoon ritual, our Music/Video Roundup. We're back again today with new singles, must-listen album streams and essential music videos from the past week. Sink your teeth into today's roundup, then stop by our Music/Video section for more of the latest goodies.
The reunited-once-more Wu-Tang Clan stopped by satirical news staple The Daily Show with Jon Stewart for a sit-down interview with the long-time late-night host this week. In addition to the interview, they performed a new track called "Ron O'Neal" before revisiting Wu-Tang classic "Triumph." See it all at the link above, where you'll also find the studio version of the group's new "Ron O'Neal" single.
Lil Wayne teamed up with his tourmate Drake on a new single, "Grindin," then followed it up with a new music video for the track "Krazy," off his upcoming album Tha Carter V. The latter features the rapper losing it in a sanatorium, but you can watch him perform sans straight jacket on his upcoming tour.
Indie rock outfit Stella Ella Ola (featuring members of Hollerado) dropped their punchy new album, I Think We Should Hang Out All the Time last week, and you can stream the whole thing now. If reggae's more your speed, maybe stream Amid Haste and Noise, the new album by international reggae all-stars Soja. Feel their groovy energy and hear their numerous collaborations at the link above.
Finally, Hallelujah the Hills teamed up with comedian James Adomian in their new music video for "Try This Instead." It's filled with quirky satire, pitchforks and a solar system boxing match. You'll have to watch it to see what we mean.
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