B.o.B (@BoBATL) was the scheduled musical guest for this episode of The Arsenio Hall Show. Bobby Ray brings along Priscilla to assist him with a live rendition of “John Doe” and performs “Throwback”, both cuts from his new album “Underground Luxury”. In stores December 17th. Watch below. Advertisements
What would a new Beyoncé album be without the inclusion of her daughter Blue Ivy? Check out the playful visual which has some heartwarming shots of Bey and Blue hugged up on the beach in the visual aid for “Blue”. Watch below and purchase “Beyoncé” on iTunes.
Beyoncé mobs through the scene with a calvary of misfits who are ready to ride for the cause in this visual aid to “Superpower”. Frank Ocean doesn’t make an on screen appearance but still a great video nonetheless. Watch below.
Beyoncé and Frank Ocean team up and forge a slow classic vibe which intertwine both their vocals in a soulful way that would make Etta James proud. Listen below.
Accompanying the collab between Bey and Drake is a visual aid as is the case for every song on the self titled Beyoncé album. Watch below.
Here’s the official visual aid for Beyoncé and Jay Z’s “Drunk In Love”. Watch below.
Mayer Hawthorne (@MayerHawthorne) put together a collage of colorful clips from various shows for the Pharrell produced “Reach Out Richard“. Mayer penned this in memory of his father and placed it on his grossly underrated album Where Does This Door Go. Watch below.
Killer Mike (@KillerMikeGTO) and El-P partake in Noisey’s “The People Vs” series where they sit down and read off haters that leave mean spirited comments on their “36” Chain” video. Everything from hipsters to Sharkeisha are brought up. Watch below.
Salaam Remi (@SalaamRemi) puts @AKON in front of the lens for this visual to their collaboration “One In The Chamber” from his project of the same name. AKON gets caught up in some beef after being lured out by a chick he locks eyes with at a round table dinner for crime bosses. AKON ends…
Party Supplies is mostly known for his work with Action Bronson but his stand alone work is just as good, if not better. This catchy 80’s pop influenced tune sets the mood as good background music to any gathering. Watch the grainy accompanying visual below in which he seems to feel like a prize fighter…