Music Videos

Oct
6
will.i.am and Jimmy Fallon Play Teenage Girls in ‘Ew!’ Music Video

Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am

OMG! Jimmy Fallon and will.i.am transform into their teenage-girl alter-egos, Sara and mir.i.am, in the music video for “Ew!” which premiered on “The Tonight Show.” The BFFs hit their high school dance and rap about things they find “Ew!” like silicon butts, ratchet outfits, and most of all, Sara’s stepdad Gary.

“I am not hating, I am merely conversating with my BFF Sara,” raps mir.i.am, who sports headgear and a pink backpack.

“Ew!” is available for download on iTunes with the proceeds going to the SeriousFun Children’s Network and i.am.angel Foundation.

Watch the totally wacky video, featuring a cameo from Questlove, below.

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Oct
6
Video: Elle Varner – ‘F**k It All’

Elle Varner

Cheaters never prosper. Elle Varner seeks revenge in the emotional video for “F**k It All.” When she finds out that her man is cheating on her, the R&B songstress tries to keep her cool, but the pain eventually becomes too much to bear. Elle gets payback in the final seconds of the video, leaving her man with more than a broken heart.

The song will be featured on Elle’s upcoming sophomore album, 4 Letter Word, due in December.

Watch the killer ending to her love story.

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Oct
6
Video: Jaden Smith – ‘Fast’

Jaden Smith

The Smiths are not afraid to be different. While his sister Willow showcases her new sound on “Your Love,” her 16-year-old brother celebrates his individuality in the video for “Fast.” Jaden shows off his MSFT style—and goes without pants—as he strolls the streets at night.

“Actually I’m a catastrophe, go to your school and they ask for me / I’m in your class making cash and we fruity like passion is burning like ashes,” he raps.

Jaden has been working on the Cool Tape, Vol. 2 and can be heard on Childish Gambino’s EP Kauai.

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Oct
4
Video: G-Unit – ‘Changes’

G-Unit

With the money and fame comes “Changes.” G-Unit reflects on those that changed around them once they got success in their grown and sexy video off August’s EP The Beauty of Independence.

The dapper crew—50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, Tony Yayo, and Kidd Kidd—suit up and chill by the rooftop pool flanked by some bikini-clad ladies. They hold court in the winners’ circle, while ballet dancers perform to their song.

“Now they hate everything I do / I can’t help but win, I’m a winner,” raps 50.

The Unit is readying their next EP The Beast for a November release.

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Oct
3
Video: Keyshia Cole f/ Future – ‘Love Letter’

Keyshia Cole

Keyshia Cole delivers two videos in one day. Hours after premiering “N. L. U” with 2 Chainz, the R&B diva bares her heart once again in the emotional video for “Love Letter” featuring Future.

A brokenhearted Keyshia sits in her mansion, contemplating whether to give her man another chance, but ultimately decides she’s had enough. Model-singer Don Benjamin plays her love interest and will reprise his role in her upcoming videos.

“Everytime you wrote me a love letter, you had me thinking that you could do better / Calling all night, but I ain’t pickin’ up this time,” she sings.

The song can be found on her album Point of No Return, due out Tuesday.

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Oct
3
Video: Future – ‘Monster’

Future

Future unleashes a “Monster” in his wild new video. The Freeband Gang leader throws a raging house party with lots of liquor and ladies. He turns up in the kitchen, while girls make out with each other on the countertops. Naked women, covered in tribal body paint, line the hallways, and even more clothes come off when he takes the party outside by the pool.

Future’s mixtape Monster, executive produced by Metro Boomin, drops October 28.

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Oct
3
Video: Keyshia Cole f/ 2 Chainz – ‘N. L. U’

2 Chainz and Keyshia Cole

An emotional Keyshia Cole shares her heartache in the video for “N. L. U,” the latest release from her album Point of No Return. In the 2 Chainz-assisted clip, the R&B songstress puts her man on blast for betraying her trust.

“A ni**a like you, you make me wanna cuss, burn up all your stuff, and catch a charge,” she sings over a sample of R. Kelly’s “Baby, Baby, Baby, Baby, Baby…”

2 Chainz, clad in a white coat, references Rick Ross on his verse: “Yeah, I’ma boss and I don’t have a beard.”

Due October 7, Point of No Return also features Future and Juicy J. Keyshia has shot videos for every song on the album and plans to drop them during her release week.

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