The wild ride continues for Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. In the provocative new music video for “Bound 2″, a topless Kim straddles her fiance while he drives a motorcycle through the desert. Is this ART or another one of Kanye’s ”genius” ideas? Whatever the case, everyone’s talking about how good Kim looks post baby!
Eminem continues his comeback with a new video for ”Survival.” The track initially appeared as part of the the video game Call of Duty: Ghosts. It’s survival of the fittest as Em takes us back to the streets of Detroit rapping in a dark and dingy warehouse while scenes from the video game flash behind him. Though a track list hasn’t been confirmed yet, expect “Survival” to appear on The Marshall Mathers LP 2, out November 5th.
With his major label debut, My Name Is My Name in stores tomorrow, Pusha T drops the visual for the Chris Brown assisted single, “Sweet Serenade.” The track has a dark yet soothing sound, so it makes sense why they’d shoot on the beach at night. Pull up a beach chair and enjoy the view!
Mac Miller takes us on a trip in the new video for “The Star Room.” Throughout the video, we’re introduced to Mac’s alter ego, Delusional Thomas as he takes an introspective looks at his life. It’s the perfect way to open his album, Watching Movies With The Sound Off.
After teasing the world with photos from the set, Rihanna gives us a front row seat with her new music video for “Pour It Up.” The single appeared on her latest album, Unapologetic and quickly became an anthem at strip club everywhere. Get ready for extreme booty shakin, dollar bills and more Rihanna than you can handle.
Mike Will Made It has produced some massive hits and soon his skills will be on display with the release of his debut album, Est. In 1989 Pt. 3. The first single, “23″ dropped a few weeks ago and now have the music video to match. Miley Cyrus steals the show, dancing seductively throughout, while Wiz Khalifa mixes the potion in a chemistry lab and Juicy J stays trippy. If only this was your high school!
Drake stars in this action packed theatrical for his latest single, “Hold On We’re Going Home.” The seven-minute-long story takes place in Miami in 1985 and starts out with a toast to Drake and friends. Shortly after, Drake’s love interest gets kidnapped and it’s up to him to save the day. Nothing Was The Same in stores now!
In his new music video for “Crooked Smile” J. Cole send a powerful message about the government’s war on drugs, and specifically those innocent victims effected. Assisted by the surviving members of TLC, the video honors a deceased seven-year-old Aiyana Stanley-Jones, who was killed during a police raid in Detroit back in 2010. Remember, there’s always 2 sides to every story!
While cruising around in old school Cadillacs, Macklemore and friends bring the party in the new music video for “White Walls.” After a quick stop at a used car dealership, the crew throws a party where anything goes. Special guests include Big Boi, Wiz Khalifa, A$AP Rocky, Trinidad James and fellow Seattle native Sir Mix-A-Lot. Download their platinum selling album, The Heist on iTunes now!
Eminem turned heads this weekend during the half time show of the Michigan / Notre Dame game on ESPN. The Detroit legend talked about the upcoming release of, The Marshall Mathers LP 2 and teased fans with a preview of the video for his new single, “Berzerk.” Days later, we have the official music video. The Marshall Mathers LP 2 drops November 15th.