Posts Tagged ‘ Remix ’

Rihanna ft. Drake – Work (Official Video).


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Rihanna’s “Work” video has finally arrived. The wait was refreshingly short for the newfound queen of anticipation, who’s back with the full release after teasing a clip to Twitter Friday.  “Work,” featuring Drake, is the the first single from her long-awaitedAnti, which officially debuted on Tidal Jan. 28 after months of delays. In the first half of the video, directed by Director X, Rihanna “works” her hips as hard as her vocals, grinding on the rapper amidst a dimly lit party.  But when the party ends, another video starts. The second half, helmed by Tim Erem, features just Rihanna and Drake in a pink-lit room. Check the method below.

2016’s First Great Music Video.


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2 Chainz’s Trap-A-Velli Tre standout “Watch Out” now has an official music video, and it just might be in the running for best of the year. The hilarious clip features the head of the Atlanta rapper being plastered on various bodies, everything from a dancing boy to a couple guys playing basketball and more. As if the song wasn’t already popular enough, this undeniably entertaining visual should ensure that it stays in rotation for weeks and months to come.

Young Chizle Ft. Wizzo Mack – Ridin And Smokin (Official Video).


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Oakland Native, and good friend Young Chizle along with Wizzo Mack have debuted their latest video.  The track ‘Ridin & Smokin’ perfectly exemplifies the type of song you want to hear, cruising down the streets of Oakland, regardless of where you’re going.  Make sure to take a listen below and stay tuned for more from Young Chizle, on the Hot New Dope Show on www.adp.fm on Thursdays in 2016.

Who’s Your Daddy? (Apparently It’s PSY).


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South Korean pop star and viral video sensation Psy is at it again. The singer has debuted a brand new video that rivals his breakthrough hit “Gangnam Style” and features Psy showing off some crazy new dance moves.  After Psy rose to stardom in 2012 on the basis of the music video for his song “Gangnam Style,” which featured his wackily corny dance moves and quickly climbed the charts to become the most-watched YouTube video ever (surpassing 2.5 billion views worldwide.)  With his new release “Daddy” the wait has begun to see just how impressive Psy’s numbers will be.  Check the method.

The Return Of Missy Elliot… WTF.


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Missy Elliott is the comeback queen. Her last album, The Cookbook, came out way back in 2005, but since that time she’s popped up here and there, and in each instance she’s been met with the same level of exuberant enthusiasm. Most recently, she made an appearance at Katy Perry’s Super Bowl halftime show , which stirred up the Missy Elliott fever and got everyone extra hungry for new stuff from her. Elliott has dropped hints that she’s been working with Timbaland on her seventh studio album, but no word has been given as to when it’ll be out. Thankfully, we’ve got this brand new video for “WTF (Where They From)” to hold us over. The video features Pharrell Williams and will get your weird shoulders popping for sure.

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Bomba Estéreo & Will Smith – Fiesta (Official Remix Video).


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Will Smith recently dropped his first verse in a decade on a remix of Bomba Estereo’s “Fiesta,” and now the actor-returned-rapper is ending his similarly lengthy video drought by appearing in the group’s clip. The new “Fiesta” video takes place at the tail end of a neon-coated warehouse party, with the arrival of a cloaked figure – Smith dressed like it’s an I Am Legend sequel – reigniting the festivities.  In a making-of video for the “Fiesta” remix, Smith again breaks down why he decided to end his hip-hop hiatus by jumping on the Bomba Estereo track. “I was in Colombia with Marc Anthony. He was listening to music and I heard the ‘Fuego, fuego’ and I was like, ‘Yo, that joint is crazy,'” Smith said of hearing the Colombian band for the first time. Smith’s manager happened to be friends with people at Bomba Estereo’s record label, who then provided the actor with the “Fiesta” single. “I said, ‘That is crazy, I need to be on that.'”

Word is also that it’s about to be a legit “Fiesta” at this year’s Latin Grammys. People en Español reports that Will Smith will be joining his new Latin BFFs Bomba Estéreo for a performance of their recent collaboration, which can only be described as an epic carnival with a few bilingual, Big Willie-style verses sprinkled on top as confetti.  “It’s truly an honor for me to perform at the Latin Grammys,” Smith told the magazine. “To be surrounded with so many artists who have made such an impact globally is really exciting to me.”

Drake- ‘Charged Up’


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Earlier this week, the rapper Meek Mill unleashed a series of tweets that sought to expose the much more famous rapper Drake as a fraud. The two had recently collaborated on the Meek Mill single “R.I.C.O.,” and Meek seemed a bit salty that Drake hadn’t promoted the tune on his social media or whatever his reason was, so he accused him of using a ghostwriter on the tune and faking his raps. Drake stayed relatively quiet about it until he released his response ‘Charged Up’ today. Check it out below!