DJ Booth premieres part 3 of their RapBox series. The third set includes Connecticut’s own Chris Webby and some vocal percussion from Shockwave.
If you’ve ever wondered what perfection looks like, we’re pretty sure the closest thing to it just has to be Pharrell. While it seems as if his album G I R L has been out on shelves for quite some time now, the multi-talented artist is still basking in the glory of which it is.
Releasing the fifth visual from the lovable album, Pharrell joins forces yet again with Daft Punk to bring “Gust of Wind” to life. Directed by filmmaker Edgar Wright, the fall frenzy visual showcases Skateboard P trailing the autumn leave filled forrest while surrounded by none other than beautiful dancing girls.
Take a look at the video after the jump!
Complex unleashes the official visual for Rich Homie Quan‘s track ‘Blah Blah Blah’ produced by Izze The Producer.
Watch the Be El Be directed clip below, and check out his new mixtape The Tour Pt. 1 with Birdman and Young Thug.
Mary J. Blige has stepped out of her comfort zone and traveled across the pond to work with some of the most acclaimed young artists hailing from the UK for her special new album The London Sessions. Today, the Queen gives fans a behind-the-scenes look at the recording sessions for the album with the video for “Right Now,” the first UK single off the project.
In the black-and-white visual, Mary hits a London studio to record with British duo Disclosure, who produced the track with Sam Smith and Jimmy Napes.
“Our idea was to become part of London, to really embrace the culture, to really live in it,” she recently told The Guardian. “The music is free over here the way it used to be in the States. Artists are just free to do what they love. Listening to the radio you can hear the freedom. The music is living and breathing—you can hear that from Adele’s last album.”
The London Sessions is set to hit stores on December 2. Check out the new video below:
Turk premieres the official visual for the Joey Did This produced track ‘Original Hotbeezy’ featuring Swazy of Slip N Slide.
Watch the PPMM directed clip below, and Look out for Turk’s upcoming mixtape Get Money Stay Real dropping 10/30.
With the release of her sixth studio album Point of No Return hitting shelves today, Keyshia Cole is ready to remind fans just why they should be out purchasing it.
Following the release of last weeks videos for “N.L.U.” and “Love Letter,” the west coast songstress has decided to drop another visual treat for her fans. “Believer,” which is the seventh single that we’ve heard from the singer from the album, has Keyshia showcasing her dancing skills and popping a few bottles on a yacht. Looking stunning in every shot shown, we’re interested in seeing how the visual support to this album will help in its place on the charts.
Take a look at Keyshia make you a believer below!
The 5-track project will also be a visual EP, as she calls it, including music videos for all the records. In addition to Ty Dolla $ign, who has been featured on her first two singles, rappers Problem and B.o.B will appear on the project as well.
Giving fans a quick preview of the upcoming visuals Mila has released an official trailer for the EP. Check it out below:
The tour might be over, but Beyoncé is still running the damn scene.
While her and hubby Jay Z’s HBO special had everyone locked in during its premier night, those who haven’t had the chance to see it yet can get a peek at what they’ve missed.
Not only was the Paris show the one used in the On The Run HBO special, but it was also the host of the groundbreaking performance of the “Flawless (Remix)” featuring Nicki Minaj. Both dressed in Versus Versace, Queen Bey and the Queen of Rap slayed the stage without any remorse.
Backed by a group of female dancers, Beyoncé shut the crowd down with her original verses from the song. Surprising fans by introducing Onika, the audience screamed loudly as the duo made history.
Take a look at the video performance after the jump!
Elle Varner‘s forthcoming sophomore album is all about the power of words, four letter words specifically, and today she has returned with a music video for possibly her most blunt record from the album, “F**ck It All.” The track was originally released as a promo back in April, and finds the soulful singer/songwriter delivering a powerful mantra inspired by personal moments, that she hopes can inspire listeners to help push through the BS.
“[It] is an exploration into the darker side of my mind,” Elle told The Fader about the Pop & Oak-produced song. “The most haunting thing about the tune for me is that I never break from the light, airy, melancholic melody until the very end. It was a challenge as a writer and singer to stay on one melody and chorus lyric—“f*ck it all”—and let only the verse lyrics grow in intensity.”
Inspired by heartbreak, Varner says the simple saying can apply wherever you need it: “When you’re counting the hours at your job, making a change in your life big or small, or are simply ready to throw up your hands and accept what is happening at that moment, maybe there is something you need to let go of. I certainly did so myself.”
In the Duncan Winecoff-directed visual, Elle gives a glimpse of what happens when emotions are high and the pain runs deep. Her new album 4 Letter Word is expected to be released this fall.
Peep the new video below: