Music Videos

Video: G-Unit – ‘Ahhh Shit’

Ahhh Shit

While protests continue in Ferguson, G-Unit goes to war with the police in the video for “Ahhh Shit.” 50 Cent, Young Buck, and Kidd Kidd stage a protest of their own and call out the crooked cops in the stirring clip, which features images from Ferguson. Police patrol the streets, while Al Sharpton demands justice for Mike Brown.

“Now why the f**k did you call them cops? / Throw your hands up, you still gettin’ shot / Here they come now, they out on patrol / They done killed a few, they finna kill some more,” raps 50.

Young Buck is also selling T-shirts, with all proceeds going to Michael Brown’s memorial fund.

On Monday, the group released their six-track surprise EP The Beauty of Independence.

Join G-Unit’s march for justice.

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Video: Jessie J, Ariana Grande, & Nicki Minaj – ‘Bang Bang’

Nicki Minaj, Jessie J, and Ariana Grande

Fresh off opening the VMAs, Jessie J, Ariana Grande, and Nicki Minaj light up the screen in the explosive video for “Bang Bang.” The divas come together for one big party in the Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip, which was shot on the Paramount lot in Hollywood.

“The concept of the video is really about girls coming together and partying it up,” said Davis.

Jessie J pulls up to a block party on a hot summer day in her pink whip. “She really brings everybody together and they kinda start this movement through the city,” she said.

Ariana gets dolled up in her pink loft, while Nicki arrives to the party in a helicopter.

The ladies meet up on a rooftop for the final scene of the night.

The top 10 hit can be found on Ariana’s sophomore album My Everything, out tomorrow, as well as Jessie J’s upcoming album Sweet Talker, due October 14.

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Video: DJ Khaled f/ Remy Ma & French Montana – ‘They Don’t Love You No More (Remix)’

DJ Khaled, Remy Ma, and French Montana

She the best. Remy Ma is back with a vengeance alongside DJ Khaled and French Montana on the remix to “They Don’t Love You No More.” In her first video since being released from prison earlier this month, the Bronx rapper visits her old stomping ground of Castle Hill Projects and hits the streets in a Rolls-Royce.

Khaled has been trying to sign Remy to his label We the Best Music, but she is still weighing her options.

However, she is working on a mixtape called I’m Around, which could be released as early as next week.

“I’m trying to have it done by this weekend, so I can put it out next week,” she told MTV News.

Watch the return of the Ruler.

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Video: Teyana Taylor f/ Pusha T & Yo Gotti – ‘Maybe’

Teyana Taylor

Sensual seduction. Teyana Taylor is a wanted woman in the cinematic video for “Maybe” featuring Pusha T and Yo Gotti. Inspired by Eyes Wide Shut and Sin City, the dark and sexy scenes play out like a comic book.

G.O.O.D. Music’s First Lady slips into character as three different assassins (herself, Jacqu√©line Mercury, and Greyla Greathouse), rocking different looks while seducing her men. A blonde Teyana performs a striptease and hunts down her target (Philadelphia Eagles linebacker Mychal Kendricks) at a masquerade ball.

“It was like a comic book theme so I got to play the beautiful assassin,” she said. “The look that I was going for was the whole underworld, kinda sassy, kinda sexy place.”

Teyana’s debut album VII is due October 21 via G.O.O.D. Music/Def Jam.

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Video: Jeezy f/ Future – ‘No Tears’


You can’t see the tears running down his eyes, but Jeezy lets the song cry in the powerful video for his new single “No Tears” featuring Future.

The Atlanta rapper salutes the streets that made him, but won’t let them break him on the Mike WiLL Made It-produced anthem. Shot in St. Thomas, the gritty clip features the faces of those struggling to make a better life.

“You want to see a ni**a fucked in the game, ni**a don’t you / But I refuse to cry or shed a tear / That’s the shit we go through,” raps Jeezy.

In addition to Future, Jizzle’s upcoming album Seen It All: The Autobiography includes appearances from Jay Z, T.I., YG, Rick Ross, The Game, and Lil Boosie.

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Video: Jasmine V f/ Kendrick Lamar – ‘That’s Me Right There’

Jasmine V

Jasmine V keeps her love locked down in the Gil Green-directed video for “That’s Me Right There” featuring Kendrick Lamar.

The 20-year-old L.A. songstress, who played Justin Bieber’s love interest in the “Baby” video, heats up the screen with a new man. They cozy up on the basketball court and on the hood of an old school Chevy, while Jasmine busts out some fierce moves. With a hoodie covering his eyes, King Kendrick makes a dark and mysterious cameo seated behind the wheel of a car.

“‘That’s Me Right There’ is talking about being confident in a relationship,” Jasmine told Rap-Up TV. “Basically saying you can leave your man or girl wherever and at the end of the day, nobody can take them from you.”

Jasmine was excited to collaborate with the Compton MC. “He’s amazing. So low key and he’s so quiet, but he’s such a humble guy,” she said. “I was definitely honored and blessed to be on the same set as him.”

Her debut EP is due later this summer via Interscope Records featuring contributions from Ne-Yo, Jeremih, Problem, Harmony Samuels, Sam Hook, and Soundz.

Watch the video and learn more about Jasmine in our exclusive interview below.

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Video: Juicy J f/ Nicki Minaj, Lil Bibby, & Young Thug – ‘Low’

Juicy J and Nicki Minaj

Juicy J cranks up the bass and throws a party in the parking lot in the video for “Low” co-starring Nicki Minaj, Lil Bibby, and Young Thug. The Benny Boom-directed clip also features plenty of tricked-out whips and sexy women.

Fresh off her “Anaconda” video (which has 27 million views and counting), the queen of the Barbz emerges from the pink smoke to spit her verse alongside the Memphis kingpin and a yellow Hummer.

The song is the first single off Juicy J’s upcoming album The Hustle Continues.

Get low with Juicy and friends.

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