Trailers

Dec
19
Nicki Minaj Stars in ‘The Other Woman’ [Trailer]

Nicki Minaj

Nicki Minaj is going Hollywood. The rap diva makes her acting debut alongside Cameron Diaz in the romantic comedy The Other Woman. In the first trailer, we get a peek at Nicki and her many wigs as she plays Diaz’s opinionated assistant at a law firm.

The comedy, directed by Nick Cassavetes (The Notebook), follows a woman (Diaz) who finds out that she is “the other woman” in an affair. She teams up with her lover’s wife (Leslie Mann) and mistress (Kate Upton) to get revenge on the cheating husband, played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

The film arrives in theaters on April 25, 2014.

Get a first look at Nicki in her sassy role below.

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Dec
18
Video: Mike Posner f/ Big Sean – ‘Top of the World’ [Trailer]

Mike Posner and Big Sean

Mike Posner puts on for his city in the video for his new single “Top of the World.” In the 30-second trailer, the 25-year-old crooner returns to Detroit with his friend and fellow D-town native Big Sean.

The clip includes shots of Ford Field, home to the Lions, and a cameo from Detroit Red Wings player Pavel Datsyuk. Mike, Sean, and their crew stand in front of the “Finally Famous” mural at Dexter Check Cashing.

The song, produced by Diplo and Benny Blanco, will appear on Mike’s sophomore album Pages, due in 2014.

Get a sneak peak at their homecoming below. The full video will premiere tomorrow.

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Nov
15
Justin Bieber Debuts ‘Believe’ Movie Trailer

Believe

It’s going to be a very merry Christmas for Justin Bieber fans. On Dec. 25, Believe, the sequel to the pop superstar’s 2011 movie Never Say Never, will hit theaters. The full theatrical trailer shows the teen idol’s rise from YouTube sensation to global superstar, and the obstacles he’s encountered along the way.

“When you’ve reached a certain point in your life, there are people out there waiting to see you fall,” says the 19-year-old singer. “But rather than let gravity take you down, sometimes you have to take matters into your own hands—and fly.”

He opens up about his altercation with a paparazzo (“I really wanted to hit him, that’s what they wanted”), his swag (“Sometimes I walk the way I walk, I waddle, because my pants are too low”), and provides some encouraging words to his fans (“Believe you can do anything if you set your mind to it”).

The movie, directed by Jon M. Chu, also includes commentary from Usher, his manager Scooter Braun, and his mother, who tells him to pull his pants up.

Watch the Biebs navigate life in the spotlight in the trailer below.

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Oct
2
Video: Mavado f/ Nicki Minaj – ‘Give It All to Me’ [Trailer]

Mavado and Nicki Minaj

After riding out with Meek Mill in the video for “I B On Dat,” Nicki Minaj heads to the islands with Mavado on their collaboration “Give It All to Me.” The dancehall star throws a party by the water with some bikini-clad babes, a blonde Nicki, and plenty of champagne.

Check out the 30-second trailer below.

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Sep
10
Drake Rolls Out ‘Nothing Was the Same’ Trailer

Motorcade

With just two weeks to go until his album Nothing Was the Same arrives, Drake is pulling out all the stops. In a 30-second promo, a motorcade of black and white luxury vehicles including a Maybach, Bugatti, Lamborghini, and Range Rover, make their way down the street in Toronto with the Canadian flag waving from the mirrors. A vanity plate with “C Papi” is displayed on the Rolls-Royce Phantom.

While Drake does not appear in the clip, you can hear a new song in the background. The triumphant tune was produced by Hit-Boy.

Nothing was the Same arrives Sept. 24 featuring the singles “Started From the Bottom” and “Hold On, We’re Going Home” (see the tracklisting).

Roll out with OVO.

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Sep
4
Video: J. Cole – ‘What Dreams May Come Tour’ [Trailer]

J. Cole

In anticipation for his upcoming “What Dreams May Come Tour” with Wale, J. Cole debuts a dark and cinematic trailer for the trek. Cole has an out-of-body experience as he lies dead on the floor in a scene inspired by the 1998 drama What Dreams May Come.

The North American tour kicks off on Sept. 10 in Miami, traveling to Atlanta, Boston, Chicago, and Las Vegas, before wrapping October 30 in Seattle, WA.

See an itinerary and check out the teaser below.

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Aug
30
Jay Z Brings ‘Made in America’ Documentary to Showtime

Jay Z

On the eve of the second “Made in America” festival, Jay Z has found a home for his documentary. Showtime has acquired Made in America, a film that chronicles the hip-hop mogul’s inaugural Philadelphia music festival.

Ron Howard (A Beautiful Mind) is in the director’s chair, while Jay Z, Howard, and Brian Grazer serve as executive producers. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film will make its television debut on Friday, Oct. 11 following its premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on Sept. 7.

The documentary features performances and interviews with artists including Kanye West, Rita Ora, Run–D.M.C., Odd Future, Pearl Jam, and more.

Check out the trailer below.

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