Omni Alien drops the animated lyric video for the Kool John & Jay Ant assisted “All Night.” The single itself, is a clear banger with a catchy chorus and groovy bass line that is undeniable. If you’re into songs you can rock to, then this is a joint you’ll likely turn up to this. Press play up top. Yee!
Check out the newest video from Frank as he links up with IAMSU! and Jay Ant for this chill single from the album “AkaFrank Vol 3″ and create a whole new meaning to the term “Pizza Party.” Turn up with the crew above. Aye
P-Lo has officially released the visual to one of my favorite track from his ‘Before Anything’ EP in March! That track is “Light This Bitch Up” featuring G-Eazy and Jay Ant! The visual finds the trio and their crew smoking up, riding bikes and kicking it in the whip. Bay Area classic. Yee!
On “Let’s Ball,” Jay Ant talks about wanting some extra freedom before he can give his all to his relationship. In the video, he rides around in a glossy black Ferrari while a wandering bride runs the streets searching for him. Images of his love interest appear as she dances under blue lights. These bright visuals portray Ant’s desire to fully indulge in his pursuit of success before being too sure about commitment. -Fader
Check out the newest track out of the Bay Area as Young Bari links up with Keak Da Sneak for a new one titled “Few Dollas.” Take a listen the Jay Ant produced track below and let us know what you think. Yee!
The Based Update’s newest feature ‘A Look in the Past’ goes back in “Throwback Thursday” style with a look at old interviews with now highly influential of successful individuals from artists, designers, directors, brands and more. Their next interview ever was with the homie and long time friend Jay Ant from February of 2010 when he had just released his single “Fuck It Smile.” Check it out HERE (mind you that the interview is completely unaltered) and keep it locked in for who’s up next.
Check out the newest #YoungCalifornia Radio interview as Jay Ant stops by to talk about his newest track he released, the past, what he has learned during his journey and more. Peep it above. Aye!
Check out the newest track from P-Lo as he links up with G-Eazy & Jay Ant for “Light This Bitch Up.” “I feel like the Bay Area is in a renaissance,” P-Lo told FADER in an email. “We are the kids that came up in the hyphy movement, and we are growing up and doing in our own way. Its 2006 in 2016.” Take a listen below and enjoy! Aye!