New Videos and Music: Big Boi, T.I. and Rick Ross

Plus: The Morning Benders

September 2, 2010 3:34 PM ET

Big Boi Featuring Yelawolf: "You Ain't No DJ" Video
Atlanta's finest hooks up with Alabama's up-and-coming as Big Boi and Yelawolf present their new video for "You Ain't No DJ," the latest clip from Sir Lucious Left Foot: The Son of Chico Dusty. Watch it above before George Lucas has it removed from the web for infringing on the light saber trademark.

T.I. and Rick Ross: "Pledge Allegiance to the Swag"
Just hours before T.I. was arrested in Los Angeles on drug charges, the rapper's mammoth eight-minute collaboration with Rick Ross, dubbed "Pledge Allegiance to the Swag," leaked. The track, produced by J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League, will reportedly appear on T.I.'s King Uncaged. [Nah Right]

The Morning Benders: "All Day Day Light" Video
The Morning Benders stopped by the Rolling Stone studios earlier this summer to perform an intimate version of their Big Echo song "All Day Day Light," and now the Berkeley, California indie-rockers have unveiled their new season-spanning music video for the single. [Vimeo]

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