As his debut album Testimony hit stores today, the New Orleans native took to BET’s ’106 & Park’ to reveal the visual for his Fabolous-assisted track, “Get Ya Money“.
Serving as an anthem for the pole dancers, the popular song was originally found on Alsina’s mixtape ‘The Product 2′ without a verse from Loso. Showcasing the story of a girl going to get her money and hustling just to make it, you can’t help but salute this duo as they show the ladies some love.
Take a look at August & Fab as they call out all the stacked up shawtys below:
Kap Kallous releases the official visual for ‘I Don’t Mind‘ featuring YMCMB‘s Caskey.
This will appear on his upcoming project #GRANDEUR coming soon.
MMG‘s Torch drops a visual for his Provalone P and Mysonne assisted track “I’m Out Here” produced by SkyHigh Music.
Remember Me is coming soon.
Estelle honors lust and passion in the sexual video for her single “Make Her Say (Beat It Up).” The raunchy track is lifted from her most recent EP ‘Love & Happiness Part 3: How Stella Got Her Groove Back.’
Various couples share their feelings about their attraction and sex life to one another, as Estelle plays in the sheets with her lover wearing a black and gold. As the video ends the text “No Retouchers Were Hurt In The Filming of This Video. Everyone Is Still Imperfectly Perfect.” comes on screen.
Peep the NSFW video below:
Cali’s Far East Movement connects with RiFF RaFF to shoot the official visual for “The Illest.”
Their new album KTown Riot drops later this year.
Mally Mal shoots an official visual for ‘Eat‘ featuring YG, Tyga and Jazz Lazer.
Lil Wayne, Tyga, Nicki Minaj and director Colin Tilley debut the official visual for “Senile” from Young Money’s Rise of An Empire compilation album.
Tiffany Evans returns with her Tiffany Tuesdays music release series. Switching it up this week, the R&B singer shares a live acoustic cover of Van Hunt’s song “Down Here With You” featuring Kori James.
“I covered this song because it’s so real in everyone’s relationship. The words are very relatable and make you and your lover appreciate the trials you go through,” says Tiffany, who is currently in the studio working on her new project, which is slated to release later this year.
Peep the cover below:
50 Cent premieres the official visual for his latest single “Hustler” produced by Jake One.
This will appear on his upcoming album Animal Ambition dropping June 3rd.
As Chris Brown awaits his trial in Washington, D.C., the R&B superstar continues to keep Team Breezy covered. While his legal situation has kept him from releasing his collaboration with Ariana Grande, he has now surprised fans with a performance clip featuring an extended snippet of the pop-dance track titled “Don’t Be Gone Too Long.”
“Don’t be gone too long, cause you won’t be there to love me when you’re gone,” he sings.
Breezy does what he does best and shows off some slick moves in the one-take dance clip, which ends with the above image showing an intimate shot of him and Ariana.
The song is expected to appear on his upcoming album X. Check out Chris do his thing and preview the collabo below!