Music Videos

Jul
10
Video: B.o.B f/ Ty Dolla $ign – ‘Drunk AF’

B.o.B

With his mixtape No Genre 2 in rotation, B.o.B toasts with Ty Dolla $ign in the video for “Drunk AF.” After the powerful videos for “Mission Statement” and “Many Rivers,” Bobby Ray lets loose and throws a party in the backwoods.

The ATLien sips champagne and gets high while surrounded by twerking ladies. An Escalade limo pulls up to deliver even more bad chicks to the outdoor soirée.

The 14-track sequel to B.o.B’s 2010 mixtape is now available to download featuring appearances from Sevyn Streeter, Mila J, T.I., Kevin Gates, and more.

Ty Dolla $ign is readying his own mixtape, Free TC, featuring Brandy and T.I.

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Jul
8
Video: B.o.B – ‘Many Rivers’

B.o.B

A day after delivering his “Mission Statement,” B.o.B gets his message across with yet another video off his mixtape No Genre Pt. 2. A dapper Bobby Ray puts on for his hometown of Dectaur in the vintage black-and-white clip. People hold picket signs that say “No Genre,” while he gets on the megaphone and spits socially-conscious rhymes.

“Don’t let them take your soul,” he preaches over a sample of Jimmy Cliff’s 1969 classic “Many Rivers to Cross.”

No Genre Pt. 2 drops tomorrow featuring 14 tracks, with appearances from T.I., Sevyn Streeter, Kevin Gates, Ty Dolla $ign, Mila J, and more.

March to the front lines with Bobby Ray.

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Jul
7
Video: Jazmine Sullivan f/ Meek Mill – ‘Dumb’

Jazmine Sullivan

Jazmine Sullivan is back and busting cheaters in the Meek Mill-assisted video for “Dumb,” the first single off her upcoming third album Reality Show.

In the comical clip, a puppet version of the Philly songstress hosts “Dumb,” her own take on the hidden camera reality show “Cheaters,” which catches men committing adultery.

Jazmine helps her fellow women catch their lovers in scandalous situations, whether it’s a politician with a prostitute or a father-to-be in a hot tub. But it turns out that her man, played by “The New Girl” star Lamorne Morris, is also cheating on her…with a Muppet.

Her first album in three-and-a-half years is due later this year. “I really think with this album there is a more current sound,” Jazmine told ABC News Radio. “I’ve always done a lot of different things, but with this particular album I feel like it’s going to attract a lot of younger kids who may not have been into my stuff before.”

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Jul
7
Video: Majid Jordan – ‘A Place Like This’

Majid Jordan

After scoring a top 5 hit with Drake on “Hold On, We’re Going Home,” OVO Sound’s Majid Al Maskati and Jordan Ullman, better known as Majid Jordan, unleash the title track from their upcoming project A Place Like This.

The 5-track EP will be released on July 22 via OVO Sound/Warner Bros. Records and is now available for pre-order on iTunes.

The singer/producer duo, who met at the University of Toronto, are best known for their collaboration with their label boss and also contributed to Beyoncé’s “Mine.”

In August 2012, they released their 8-track EP afterhours under the name Good People featuring the tracks “Hold Tight” and “Give Me A Reason (For Lovin’ You).”

Watch the video for “A Place Like This” below.

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Jul
7
Video: B.o.B – ‘Mission Statement’

B.o.B

In just two days, B.o.B will release his mixtape No Genre Pt. 2. But first, he preaches to the people in the video for “Mission Statement.” Clad in a white shirt and tie, the Atlanta rapper takes the podium and delivers his sermon as bikini-clad women stand alongside him toting guns.

A shirtless B.o.B also rides down the street while strapped into a chair, calling out the fakes (“These ni**as ain’t makin’ the numbers they make”) and declaring his holy status (“I’m like Jesus on the microphone / I make vodka from water”).

No Genre Pt. 2 also features collaborations with Mila J and Sevyn Streeter, who appears on a cover of “Swing My Way.”

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Jul
3
Video: T-Pain – ‘Love Suicide’

T-Pain

Love gets the best of T-Pain in the emotional video for “Love Suicide” featuring Severe. As he stands on a ledge outside his girlfriend’s apartment, a brokenhearted T-Pain wonders what went wrong in their relationship and thinks about calling it quits. She hasn’t spoken to him in a week and he’s “losing [his] mind.”

“But if she don’t care about commitment, she won’t mind if I commit love suicide,” he sings as he looks down on the world below.

Will Pain pull the plug on love? Watch what happens when it all falls down.

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Jul
3
Video: Reginae Carter – ‘Mind Goin’ Crazy’

Reginae Carter

Young Money’s youngest signee Reginae Carter stole the spotlight from her father when she accepted the award for Best Group at Sunday’s BET Awards.

Now Lil Wayne introduces his daughter as part of his Weezy Wednesdays series. The 15-year-old singer, who was a former member of the OMG Girlz, shows that she’s her own boss in the video for her first single “Mind Goin’ Crazy.”

Reginae, who is a spokeswoman for Hairfinity, even has her own group of fans, the Reginaetors, and is working on her Young Money debut Becoming Reginae.

“Just expect greatness,” Young Money president Mack Maine told Rap-Up TV of the rising star. “She’s Toya [Wright's] daughter and Wayne’s daughter, so that’s a great combination. She’s a megastar.”

Get crazy, go stupid for Baby Carter.

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