B.o.B is back with a new self-produced track “Get It”, which samples Jimmy Cross’ “Many Rivers To Cross.”
Triple threat and heartthrob in the making, Trevor Jackson, unveils the new music video for the remix of his single, “Drop It” featuring B.o.B. The song, which was released in the latter portion of 2013, is a guaranteed party starter for all ages.
Calling on Atlantic label mate Bobby Bands to hit the set, both fellas vibe out heavy to the popularized track. For those not familiar with the original version to the song, you might recall hearing it in the McDonald’s Monopoly commercial during last year’s gaming period.
Taking the visual on a completely different route than the first, young Trevor is seen showing off more of his moves on the floor in the remix version. Throwing in a few hand claps, head bobs and two steps from Mr. Bands, the video placed more emphasis on the visual components than the concept.
Ready to get into the fun? Check out the clip that’ll make you “drop it where you are” below:
Far East Movement grabs RiFF RAFF, B.o.B and ScHoolboy Q for the remix of their song “The Illest.”
Their new album KTown Riot is coming soon.
The heavens and the stars must’ve aligned this weekend because grown women and teens alike can swoon all in one place now! Teaming up to finally bring fans the video for the remix to his hit single “Drop It,” Trevor Jackson and B.o.B are ready to breathe new life to the track again.
Shooting the seemingly hype video in L.A., the 17-year-old heartthrob called on director Mike Ho once again to bring fire to the set. Opting to go with a strictly visual approach this time around, the talented director stated, “You’re gonna see more chemistry and more performance-driven [scenes], but beautiful shots.”
Stating that this is only his second time meeting label mate B.o.B., Trevor and the Hustle Gang rapper seemed like long lost brothers in the clips. Dressed in black and white ensembles, both men show off their talent in front of the camera while making the ladies drop it by the end of the night.
While the official video doesn’t debut until Wednesday night on BET’s 106 & Park, you can catch some behind the scenes footage below!
Big Boi continues his Mash-Up Mondays series with “Run Th3 World,” which is a Dungeoneze remix of his Vicious Lies and Dangerous Rumors cut “Shoes For Running,” and Third World‘s cut “How Can You.”
Peep “Run Th3 World” below:
B.o.B connects with songstress Priscilla on “John Doe,” a cut off his upcoming LP Underground Luxury due December 17th.
Listen below or head to iTunes and purchase “John Doe” now.
It may be holiday time, but August Alsina isn’t partying with any sleigh bells or mistletoe, he is getting wild and wasted at a house party in the brand new video for “Numb” featuring B.o.B and Yo Gotti. The liquor is flowing and scantily-clad women are everywhere as the young star turns up over the DJ Mustard-produced jam. Of course, the party’s not complete without some girl-on-girl action, pillow fights, and red cups.
“I can’t feel my face/ I’m so numb/ I’m so wasted, so dumb,” sings August, who wakes up with two chicks in his bed.
His debut EP Downtown: Life Under the Gun is available now featuring the breakout No. 1 hit “I Luv This S**t” and the Rich Homie Quan-assisted second single “Ghetto.”
Join in August’s party with the NSFW visual below:
B.o.B recruits Chris Brown for “Throwback,” the latest release from his upcoming album Underground Luxury hitting stores December 17th.
T-Pain returns with the debut of the visual for his new strip club anthem “Up Down (Do This All Day)” featuring B.o.B. The Tallahassee singer takes it back to the early ’90s in the retro themed clip. He trades his dreadlocks for a gumby and sports a Motorola two-way pager while throwing a ratchet backyard party.
B.o.B pulls up in a truck to deliver some ladies, who twerk on top of the vehicle. Later in the evening, T-Pain kicks it with Tyrese and shows off some of his comical dance moves.
Teddy P’s new album Stoicville: The Phoenix is coming soon.
Peep the party-filled video below: