Omarion

Jul
1
New Music: Omarion – ‘Bumpin & Grindin’

Bumpin and Grindin

Omarion kicks off the week with some sexual healing. On the TeeFLii-produced “Bumpin & Grindin,” Maybach O describes his freaky plans as he croons over a seductive guitar riff.

Expect more jams like this on his upcoming MMG debut Love & Other Drugs. He can also be heard on the Self Made, Vol. 3 compilation, due August 6.

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Apr
22
Video: Rick Ross f/ Omarion – ‘Ice Cold’

Rick Ross

Say what you want about Rick Ross, but you can’t knock his hustle. The Maybach Music boss unleashes his wild side in the video for “Ice Cold,” his collaboration with his MMG signee Omarion off last year’s God Forgives, I Don’t.

A shirtless Rozay smokes a cigar and poses with exotic women, animals, and cars, while Maybach O sings with a python around his neck. MMG’s own Stalley also makes a cameo.

Ross’ new album Mastermind is due this summer. Check out the video for his cold cut below.

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Apr
16
Behind the Video: Rick Ross f/ Omarion – ‘Ice Cold’

Rick Ross

Rick Ross’ new album Mastermind is on the way, but he’s not done shooting videos from last year’s God Forgives, I Don’t.

The Maybach Music mogul links with his MMG signee Omarion in the video for “Ice Cold.” A shirtless Rozay smokes a cigar and poses with exotic women, animals, and cars, while Stalley makes a cameo.

Go behind the scenes with Rozay and his MMG crew.

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Mar
27
New Music: Omarion f/ Rick Ross, French Montana, & Rockie Fresh – ‘M.I.A. (Remix)’

Omarion, Wale, French Montana, Meek Mill, and Rick Ross

Maybach O assembles the troops for the remix to his Self Made, Vol. 2 single “M.I.A.” Maybach Music’s resident crooner ups the ante with Rick Ross, French Montana, and Rockie Fresh, who all tack on verses to the R&B jam. Go “M.I.A.” with MMG.

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Mar
21
Meek Mill, Rick Ross, Jaden Smith, Trinidad James, & Sevyn ‘Rip the Runway’

Meek Mill and Rick Ross

BET celebrated the best in music and fashion at “Rip the Runway,” which aired on Wednesday night. Kelly Rowland and Boris Kodjoe co-hosted the 9th annual event from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York City, with performances from hip-hop and R&B’s brightest young stars including Meek Mill, Jaden Smith, Trinidad James, Sevyn Streeter, and more.

Trinidad James provided the soundtrack for spring breakers with his singles “Female$ Welcomed” and “All Gold Everything,” while bikini-clad models served up some eye candy. Jaden Smith showcased his MSFT clothing line and his rhymes with the “MSFTS Anthem.” Even his younger sister Willow made an appearance at the end.

Meek Mill brought out Rick Ross for an explosive performance of “Believe It,” while their MMG comrade Omarion serenaded the plus-size girls with “M.I.A.”

Chris Brown’s CBE signee Sevyn impressed with her debut single “I Like It,” and R&B newcomer Luke James delivered a grown and sexy performance of “I.O.U.”

If you missed it, check out some of the fashionable performances below.

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Mar
18
Video: Omarion – ‘Paradise’

Omarion

Omarion strips shirtless and caters to the ladies in the seductive video for “Paradise.” Maybach O shows off his tatted torso and fit physique as he performs in a dark room in the simple visuals. He’s eventually joined by a sexy lady, making love to her on camera.

The R&B crooner dropped his Care Package EP in November and is readying his MMG debut Love and Other Drugs for release this year.

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Mar
14
New Music: Omarion – ‘Paradise’

Omarion

Omarion turns off the lights and turns up the heat on his bedroom banger “Paradise.” The Maybach Music crooner takes his girl to ecstasy (and even encourages some girl-on-girl action) as he lays out his freaky plans on the chopped and screwed burner, produced by Young Fyre.

“Baby turn off the lights ’cause we goin’ to paradise,” sings Maybach O.

The seductive song is set to appear on his upcoming MMG debut Love and Other Drugs. The music video will premiere Monday.

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