2Playa drops off the video to his latest single “Trophy” off his upcoming project/mixtape “Poor Lil Rich Nigga Volume 1“.
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August Alsina pours his heart out while floating on a boat in the middle of the sea for his latest visual for “Drugs.” The R&B singer dons tribal paint and dives into the deep blue with several ladies surrounding him.
Yo Gotti been out here since “81.
Since Yo Gotti had the biggest hit of his career last year, the “Down In the DM” rapper has been pouring kerosene on the fire with every new release. His first project with Roc Nation, White Friday, has been a smash with the fans, and now we get a peek into the visuals for the project, the clip for intro track “81.” Out in the snow with a fly ass whip, Yo Gotti stunts like the world wasn’t his just a year ago. That kind of hustle is based in gratefulness.
Dope new artist Etana performs “People Talk” in this acoustic carpool session which has gone viral on Facebook with over 4 million views, and she has made a fan out of me! Check it out and her original video below.
Migos hit the snow in the wintery video for “T-Shirt” off their forthcoming album “Culture”.
Dressed as Eskimos in bearskin coats, an abundance of fur, and Versace snow boots, the trio of Quavo, Offset, and Takeoff deliver another trap anthem visual. In the DAPS and Quavo-directed clip, the group is backed by a trio of women who seem to not mind the harsh weather conditions.
“24K Magic” (pronounced “twenty-four karat magic”) is a song by American singer and songwriter Bruno Mars. It serves as the lead single from his third studio album of the same name, and was released on October 7, 2016 for digital download and streaming by Atlantic Records. It was provided as an instant grant track for those who pre-ordered 24K Magic. “24K Magic” was written by Bruno Mars, Christopher “Brody” Brown and Philip Lawrence, while production was handled by the latter three, as Shampoo Press & Curl (formerly The Smeezingtons) and additional production by The Stereotypes.
Mike Carson directed the video it features the Detroit rapper showing off his own moves in a blue room with models standing motionless around him. Halfway through the video, when Big Sean’s verse goes to another level, the lights go out, creating effect highlighting his jewels. The 808 Mafia-produced “Moves” follows I Decided’s 1st single “Bounce Back.”