Music Videos

Video: Lil Boosie f/ Webbie – ‘Show Da World’

Lil Boosie

Following his release from prison last month, Lil Boosie gets right back to work by dropping the video for “Show Da World” featuring Webbie and singer Kiara. From L.A. to London, the Baton Rouge rapper shows love to his fans and Trill Fam across the globe, and in return, they hold him down.

“As for my fans, I love ya’ll, straight up / Ya’ll a part of me so when they hate, they hate us,” he raps.

The black-and-white clip, directed by G. Visuals, also features cameos from his friends including DJ Drama, Slim Thug, Bobby V, Paul Wall, and more.

Boosie is currently working on a new album for Trill Entertainment/Atlantic Records and plans to tour.

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Video: Yelawolf – ‘Box Chevy V’


Yelawolf rolls through the countryside in the video for “Box Chevy V.” The Shady Records rapper gets behind the wheel of his black and green Chevrolet and drives through the small town of Granville, Tennessee. Against the scenic backdrop, he raps in the barren fields and jams in the bed of his truck with a guitar player.

The song, the fifth installment in his Box Chevy series, serves as the first single off his upcoming album Love Story.

Watch the Alabama boy connect with his country roots.

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Video: Rick Ross – ‘Rich Is Gangsta’

Rick Ross

Rozay is livin’ large in the video for “Rich Is Gangsta,” a cut off his latest album Mastermind. The lavish clip, directed by Dre Films, was shot in Paris and at the Versace Mansion in Miami.

Watch all the extravagance below.

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Video Premiere: Lil Debbie – ‘Slot Machine’

Lil Debbie

Hot on the heels of her debut EP California Sweetheart, Lil Debbie premieres the video for her single “Slot Machine” exclusively on

The former White Girl Mob member, known for her work with Kreayshawn, Riff Raff, and V-Nasty, hits the jackpot in the eye candy-filled clip, which was shot in downtown L.A. and directed by Grizlee (Nicki Minaj). The 24-year-old Bay Area rapper shakes her moneymaker in tiny bikinis while lounging on a bed and chilling with her crew of hot girls.

“This video was really fun and different for me with having the choreographed dancers beside me,” said Debbie. “I had fun creating the song with J Fhive and J Mars. I definitely think it slaps!”

The video holds a special place in her heart. “This video is also sentimental to me because my cat that was shown with me in certain scenes died a week later after the shoot. R.I.P Oliver.”

Watch Debbie hit it big in the sexy visuals.

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Video: 50 Cent f/ Trey Songz – ‘Smoke’

50 Cent

Ring the alarm. 50 Cent goes missing in the Eif Rivera-directed video for his Dr. Dre-produced single “Smoke” featuring Trey Songz. When the rap mogul can’t be found, the lead detective sends his top agent to track him down. The voluptuous cop fights off bad guys before discovering 50 in the trunk of a car in the to-be-continued clip.

In his interview with “The Breakfast Club,” 50 said that he has shot 13 videos for his upcoming album Animal Ambition, due June 3.

Watch the search party hunt down Curtis.

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Video: Pitbull f/ G.R.L. – ‘Wild Wild Love’


Pitbull mixes business with pleasure in the video for his party anthem “Wild Wild Love” featuring female pop group G.R.L. Clad in a tuxedo, the dapper rapper takes over Hugh Hefner’s Playboy Mansion, but he’s not just there to play. As bikini-clad Playmates strut around the house, Mr. Worldwide conducts a meeting before flying to Miami to get the deal done.

The video is the first collaboration in his partnership with Playboy Enterprises, Inc., which will produce a variety of content, experience, and product-related initiatives.

This morning, Pitbull also stopped by NBC’s “Today” to perform the song and his No. 1 hit “Timber.”

Follow Pitbull and his entourage of women on their wild adventure.

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Video: Rita Ora – ‘I Will Never Let You Down’

Rita Ora

Rita Ora proves that blondes have more fun in the video for “I Will Never Let You Down,” the first single off her upcoming sophomore album.

Directed by Francesco Carrozzini (Beyoncé’s “Jealous”), the chic, yet simple clip features gorgeous black-and-white and color shots of the British singer as she dons a designer wardrobe and dances alongside two blonde women.

The uplifting song, produced by Calvin Harris, was inspired by Whitney Houston.

“It’s obviously a very important song to me because it’s a love song, but it reminds you of Whitney,” Rita told Paper. “And that was the vibe we were on. We just wanted to feel good. You know that feeling of ‘How Will I Know’ with the synth? It just makes you feel happy; that’s what I wanted to create.”

See Rita strut her stuff in the fierce and fashionable clip.

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