Ab-Soul (@AbDashSoul) continues to tour the country on his “These Days Tour”. Check out what he gets up to on the road below. Advertisements
Kid Ink (@kid_ink @usher @tinashe) translates Body Language with some help from Usher and Tinashe in the official video for the single from his third studio album. Watch below.
Justin Bieber (@JustinBieber @CrazyKhalil) connects with his protégé Khalil in Toronto for the official visuals for the latter’s A Long Story Short track “Playtime”.
Rick Ross (@RickyRozay) delivers the visuals for his Kelz assisted Hood Billionaire single “Keep Doin’ That”. Hood Billionaire drops November 24th.
PARTYNEXTDOOR (@PartyOMO @Drake) headlined his first solo show in New York City at SOB’s. To close out the set he was joined by none other than Drake who hasn’t touched the legendary stage since his first show back in 2009. OVO’s finest performed “Recognize” as the last song of the night. Watch below.
O.T. Genasis (@Genasisishere @BustaRhymes) continues to drum up interest and momentum around his dope boy anthem “Coco”. The video for this has become a viral sensation so it was only right that he took stage along side Busta Rhymes at Leaders Of The New Cool to perform a live rendition of the hit single. Watch…
Tamar Braxton (@TamarBraxton @1Future) rolls out the accompanying video for “Let Me Know” from her forthcoming album. Watch below.
Mary J. Blige (@MaryJBlige @Disclosure) delivers the accompanying video for “Right Now”, the uptempo heartbreak anthem produced by Disclosure from her forthcoming album “The London Sessions” which hits stores on November 8th. Directed by Mike Ho. Watch below.
Our cup runneth over. CHVRCHES (@CHVRCHES) shared a new song from Drive’s soundtrack and has been debuting new music at their shows as of late. Now the synth pop trio decide to set forth a Sing J. Lee directed visual aid to “Under The Tide” from their debut album The Bones Of What You Believe.…
MC Lyte (@MCLyte @Common) continues to push her Hip Hop Sisters Foundation #EducateOurMen initiative by dropping the official video “Dear John” in hopes of reaching black fathers to bridge the gap with their sons. Common contributes a verse to the track as well. Watch below.