Iggy Azalea releases her next radio single, “Team” along with a new dance routine.
Fresh off his performance at the 2014 Billboard Music Awards, Jason Derulo is back with a brand new music video. The Snoop Dogg assisted “Wiggle” is the second single off Derulo’s new album, Talk Dirty and has reached the #20 spot on the Billboard Hot 100. Directed by Colin Tilley.
It’s been a huge year for Kid Ink, breaking onto the mainstream music scene with hit after hit. The single “Show Me” set the radio on fire and he’s now following it up with “Main Chick.” Even with no Chris Brown (serving jail time), Kid Ink drops the music video and gets artsy with private planes, body paint and more! #FreeBreezy
Rick Ross drops off the visuals for his latest Mastermind single, “Thug Cry” featuring Lil Wayne. The video stars actor, Wood Harris (The Wire), who plays an inmate just days away from release. Behind all the tears, Wood is confronted with flashbacks before having the chance to rejoice in the real world. The clip is brought to life by DRE Films.
For his next Oxymoron single, ScHoolboy Q goes with the fan favorite track, “Studio.” In the new video, Q finds himself in the studio late night while getting caught up with seductive temptations at home.
Childish Gambino had big plans for his latest album, Because The Internet but things didn’t go according to plan. Now Bino’s blaming his record label, Glassnote and addressed his frustrations on Twitter, following the release of the new “Sweatpants” video. He’s accusing Glassnote of botching the video’s release as well as his Deep Web Tour Blog and went on to say that the label has lied about the whole thing. Now he’s begging someone to buy out his contract. With dope videos like “Sweatpants”, Childish Gambino will hopefully find a new home soon.
The chart topping single from Chris Brown, “Loyal” gets the visual treatment featuring Lil Wayne and Tyga. Breezy’s new album, X, will hit stores on May 5th.