@NeyoCompound recruits @FrenchMontana @IamRicoLove as tutors to teach these ladies how to learn to love themselves for the remix of Ne-Yo’s single off the R.E.D album. The other day we saw the behind the scenes now here’s the official video below. Advertisements
@MarshaAmbrosius stopped by 106th & Park to debut the visual for the Diplo produced single off her forthcoming album, Friends & Lovers. The video stars Michael K. Williams and has a cameo from Felicia ‘Snoop’ Pearson. Of course, I was in attendance at BET Networks, and Marsha Ambrosius was kind enough to give us a…
@Skyzoo spoke about this joint with @TalibKweli at the listening party for his underrated album, A Dream Deferred. Check out the official video that Skyzoo put together giving a salute to Spike Lee, who makes a cameo at the end of the clip. Directed by Quentin Tarantino.
@asvpxrocky‘s Long.Live.A$AP debuted at number one this week even though it suffered a leak a month before release so Rocky decided to jumped in front of the camera quickly to thank his fans.
@JoeyBadass_ released his impressive DJ Premier produced single “Unorthodox” the other week, and after discussing his 18th birthday, High School, working with Premo and more, Joey performs the track for Sway.
@NoMalice757 and @abliva connect over an !llmind produced beat for this new track. Hear Ye Him and The Truth Shall Set You Free. Hey Pusha.
@MarshaAmbrosius will be debuting the new video for Cold War on BET 106th & Park tomorrow at 6 PM (EST) but before then take a look at some footage from the making of the video. Marsha Ambrosius recruited Felicia Snoop Pearson and Michael K. Williams from HBO’s The Wire to star in this conceptual visual…
Here’s the video for Curtis, Jizzle and Snoop Lion’s collaboration which will appear on 50 Cent’s oft delayed album, Street King Immortal.
@1Omarion, @ItsAProblem & @TheRealTank take a trip to the strip club for this visual for “Admire” from Maybach O’s Omarion’s recent Care Package EP.
Kendrick Lamar grabbed @terracemartin for the production for track number 11 from his classic album (can I call it that yet?), good kid, m.A.A.d city and in these two videos, Terrace discusses how the track came about and what it was like hearing it come together over time.