Yuuup! Trey Songz is back with a video for “Everybody Say” off his November mixtape To Whom It May Concern. This time around, Trigga calls Dave East, MIKExANGEL, and DJ Drama for the fun-filled clip. He flaunts his gold grill, stacks his cash, and surrounds himself with bad chicks, who take sips of his SX Liquors. Also look for a cameo from his puppy Kane Songz (who has his own Instagram page).
To Whom It May Concern, hosted by DJ Drama, also features contributions from DJ Mustard, Rico Love, Chisanity, and J.R.
You’ve probably been hearing “Down In The DM” everywhere at this point and Yo Gotti is definitely trying to capitalize on the fact he’s No. 1 on the Hip Hop/R&B Billboard chart. That’s probably why he’s been going so hard with the visuals lately, hooping one of them catches on. For his next, Yo Gotti releases the Fetty Wap-featured “Tell Me,” which sounds a little like “My Way” to begin with.
The video takes things to the desert where the two ride around in the four-wheelers and race with shortys. One of them even twerks for the camera. You know, your typical rap video.
After setting off the BET Awards on Sunday with “Alright,” Kendrick Lamar has released the video for the single. The To Pimp A Butterfly song has cameos from ScHoolboy Q, Jay Rock and Ab-Soul during the beginning as a snippet of a song not found plays, and the video starts. You will see plenty of donuts in cars, money being thrown in the air and dancing throughout the clip because, obviously, everything is going to be alright. The video still carries a message, but you can tell Kendrick is having the time of his life right now.
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Rihanna is on a mission to collect big. The pop superstar debuts the fierce music video for her current single “Bitch Better Have My Money.” Co-directed by Rihanna and Megaforce, the Bajan singer puts matters in to her own hands, kidnapping her wealthy victim in the thrilling and dramatic 7-minute short film that contains nudity, explicit language and violence. “Ya girl got director skillz!!! The concept for this piece came to me 8 months ago!!! So you can imagine how anxious I am right now!!!,” said the 27-year-old on Instagram, hours before the VEVO premiere.
“Bitch Better Have My Money” is in support of Rihanna’s long-awaited eighth solo LP, due sometime this year. Watch the chaos unfold in RiRi’s latest visual story below.
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Carrying the torch for Virginia, Young Money Yawn releases visuals for his Pusha T-assisted video, “Shout Out To Papi.” In the clip, they hit the water to meet with the plug, and find themselves in quite the festive environment. This is what happens when you move past the middleman and meet straight with the source. Directed by Cristopher Schafer.
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