Mindless Behavior is all grown up on the futuristic cover of their sophomore album All Around the World, due March 12. The teen heartthrobs— Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton—transform into special agents, wearing suits and sunglasses as they walk down the street.
“We’re taking it to a new level for 2013,” Roc told Rap-Up TV of the follow-up to the group’s 2011 debut #1 Girl. “This album is about us maturing—new styles, new look, everything. We’re just getting older.”
A video for the first single “Keep Her On the Low” was recently shot in L.A. They will also release their documentary, Mindless Behavior: All Around the World, in select theaters on March 15.
Go behind the scenes of the album packaging shoot below.
Mindless Behavior is on a mission. The boys in black suited up and showed off some slick moves in the Erik White-directed video for “Keep Her On the Low,” the first single off their sophomore album All Around the World.
Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton play agents in the dance-heavy visuals. Rap-Up TV was on set as the teen sensations debuted their dapper look and spoke about the concept.
“We come into this abandoned warehouse and we find this briefcase and our manager, aka Agent Walter Millsap, is giving us directions on how to get on top of the roof in five minutes to throw a house party,” explained Agent Princeton.
Their wardrobe was inspired by Men in Black. “We’re taking it to a new level for 2013,” added Agent Roc. “This album is about us maturing—new styles, new look, everything. We’re just getting older.”
Last time we spoke with him, Ray Ray had a crush on Nicki Minaj, but he’s moved on. Find out which sexy superstar he and Princeton are crushing on these days (Hint: She’s from Barbados).
All Around the World drops March 12 followed by their documentary, Mindless Behavior: All Around the World, on March 15. They’re also plotting a tour. “We’re just excited to take over the world,” said Princeton.
The boys are back in town. Mindless Behavior—Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton—return to break more hearts with “Keep Her On the Low,” the first single from their sophomore album All Around the World.
Even though they’re still in their teens, the R&B gentlemen prove that they can also be players, juggling two girls at once.
“Even though I got a girl, I want to keep them both/ Got to figure how to date ‘em without messing up my flow,” they sing on the grown and sexy banger, produced by Sean Garrett and Team S. Dot.
A video, directed by Erik White, will debut next month, while their album arrives on March 12.
Ladies, get ready. Prodigy, Roc Royal, Ray Ray, and Princeton, better known as Mindless Behavior, are gearing up to release a new album this spring. The teen sensations have announced details surrounding their sophomore set All Around the World.
One of the most talked-about-moments of the BET Awards occurred when Mindless Behavior hit the stage. The teen group was presenting the award for Best Female R&B Artist to Beyoncé when one member made a joke about Lauryn Hill.
Following a press conference earlier in the day, Big Sean, A$AP Rocky, Astro, Diggy, Melanie Fiona, and Mindless Behavior celebrated their BET Awards nominations on “106 & Park.” They shared their excitement, congratulated their fellow peers, and discussed what they’ll be wearing and who they’ll be bringing to the show on July 1.
“[My] family’s proud,” said Sean, who will release the follow-up to his debut Finally Famous in September. “I ain’t ever seen my mama so happy.”
Fresh off her nomination for Best Female R&B Artist, Melanie Fiona performed “4 AM” and Best New Artist nominee A$AP Rocky hit the stage with “Peso.”
Mindless Behavior is going platinum. Rap-Up TV caught up with the teen sensations on set of the commercial for Platinum League Trading Cards, the first-ever hip-hop trading card series featuring old and new school artists including the Notorious B.I.G., Tupac, Trina, Diggy Simmons, and more.
In between takes, Ray Ray and Princeton professed their love for Nicki Minaj and even sang some of “Beez in the Trap.” “Nicki Minaj is my girl,” said Princeton. “She’s on my list to kiss.”
Cori B. is also featured in the campaign. The 12-year-old daughter of Snoop Dogg spoke about her involvement and browsed through the deck, seeing her dad’s card for the first time. In addition to Snoop, she is working with Keri Hilson and producers 1500 or Nothin’ on her debut album Choc’s World.