Last month Pharrell (@Pharrell) treated us to the first ever 24 hour video, as his Despicable Me 2 track “Happy” received the visual treatment. Today, Pharrell takes us behind the scenes of the new video and chats about the visuals. Take a look below. Advertisements
Cory Mo (@CoryMoMusic) ropes in @BigKRIT @TalibKweli for this video to the trifecta collaboration “Hold Up” off his album “Take It Or Leave It“. The visual was shot at Rock The Bells which gives it a live feel to the treatment, watch below.
Alicia Keys (@aliciakeys) and John Legend joined each other on stage in Yarra Valley, Australia for a duet dedicated to the late great Nelson Mandela. Following the news of the former South African President passing, Alicia selected one of my personal favorites from Bob Marley’s catalog to sing in memory of Madiba and invited John…
Tyler, The Creator (@fuckTyler) and Earl Sweatshirt took stage at the 2013 VGX for a live a rendition of “Garbage” which is featured on GTA V’s video game. Watch the Golf Wang tandem perform the song in Pimp like attire in the hilarious clip below.
R. Kelly has been running rampant these past few months between his unexpected collaborations and his own twelfth studio album Black Panties. Kellz sits down with Rap Up and reveals how he ran into Justin Bieber a year ago at a hotel they were both in and ended up playing music for each other. The…
Lupe Fiasco (@lupefiasco) taps Coodie & Chike to direct the official visual for his single “Old School Love”, which is one of the best joints he’s released this year. The video takes a throwback approach but helps put the track into context once you take a look at it. Tetsuo & Youth will be out…
Dougie F (@Dougiefmusic) has been making some noise with his new single “Holy Water.” Today, the rapper drops off the official visual for the record. Produced by Lurks McFly, take a look at Doug’s sinful record above, directed by Mojack.
Beyoncé has been mum on the release of new music but a clip from what looks like a visual for “Grown Woman” surfaced. Take a look at the teaser below.
West coast artist, Problem (@ItsaPROBLEM) releases the official video for his Invasion-produced single, “Understand Me.” Directed by Taj TPK and Austin Kelley, this track will appear on the Compton-native’s forthcoming EP, Understand Me, which will be available on iTunes Tuesday, December 10th.
At the start of the year, Mikael Colombu (@mikael_colombu) released a trailer for Drake’s “We’ll Be Fine” visuals, and today, 12 months later, we get the completed video. However, rather than the official audio, Columbu uses the Don Carlo Remix. Check it below.