K. Michelle continues sharing her journey and brash personality in her new ‘Day In The Life’ web series. The R&B songstress is currently starring in the new season of ‘Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’ and prepping for the release of her anticipated debut album Rebellious Soul. K has since officially moved to NYC, but this clip is from a previous trip to the Big Apple for meetings, promo and a studio session.
She stopped by her new label home Atlantic Records, conducted a phone interview, and headed to the hair salon to get bangs. K also meets with her manager Jeff Robinson of MBK Entertainment, and shows her deep connection with her fans during an emotional phone call with a Twitter follower who sent her flowers. Peep the clip above and stay tuned for a new webisode each week.
Last year, Rihanna embarked on what was expected to be a historic tour in promotion of her latest album Unapologetic. The week-long trek, entitled the ‘777‘ Tour, turned into controversial nightmare and media scrutinized event. The Pop icon and her team planned a world-wind trip (literally), which would travel to 7 countries in 7 days for 7 shows. In addition they invited 150 journalists from around the world, and some die-hard fans from her Rihanna Navy to travel with her.
After negative feedback from media and journalists that attended the tour, it was obvious that such a hectic tour is not the place to drag along a large entourage of reporters all vying for an exclusive and intimate details about the trek. Last night, FOX aired the official ’777 Tour’ Documentary, which gives viewers a look into the insane trip, with behind-the-scene footage of how it all went down.
Watch the documentary in full below.
Theophilus London drops a visual for his latest single ‘Rio’ featuring Menahan Street Band.
Directed by Theophilus London and Tim Cruz
Murs and Fashawn pay tribute to BET Uncut with this NSFW visual for their Beatnick & K-Saalam produced track “Tuition.” Their album This Generation is available on iTunes.
Directed by Hobo Stew
Skyzoo premieres a visual for the Jahlil Beats-produced track from his album, A Dream Deferred.
Directed by Alex Ghassan
YMCMB‘s Caskey releases a visual for his freestyle he did during his time in London.
Directed by Legit Looks
During opening night of the live shows, Usher and Adam Levine treated the audience to a live performance of their own. The two judges dueted on a funky cover of Stevie Wonder’s classic “Superstition.” The two stars delivered a one-two punch with their rock/soul rendition, that had the crowd on their feet.
Get down with Usher and Adam’s performance below.
Joell Ortiz shoots a visual for his “Roll Deep” track that appeared on Funk Flex‘s mixtape Who You Mad At? Me Or Yourself?.
Directed by RRaw Films
John Legend is surrounded by beauty and lavish opulence in the grandiose music video for his latest single, “Who Do We Think We Are” featuring Rick Ross. The R&B crooner lives the high life, throwing a glamorous party in a magnificent mansion. He mixes with models who are dressed up in luxurious evening wear, and dressed down in revealing bedroom lingerie.
Rick Ross keeps it simple in a black leather jacket and gold chain as he lays his smooth verse over the soulful track, while John has a private moment with his date.
The Bink! produced record is the first single off Legend’s upcoming fourth studio album Love In The Future, which is due out June 25, executive produced by Kanye West and Dave Tozer. The Great Gatsby style visual comes in two versions, original and explicit (and it’s not for curses).
Join in John’s lavish world with the videos below.
Hollywood Ric releases a visual for his track “Bottom 2 The Top” featuring BSB.’s Troy Ave. This track will appear on his upcoming mixtape, C.A.S.H.
Directed by Shatek