Posts Tagged ‘ Vevo ’

Tyga – Swish (Official Video).

Booty booty booty.  The “Swish” video came out quite a while ago, but it still makes me quite happy.  Check the method.

Flo Rida ft. Jason Derulo – Hello Friday (Official Video).


Flo Rida and Jason Derulo have dropped a new track appropriately titled “Hello Friday.”  It’s the ready-for-the-weekend party anthem for those stressful 9-to-5 workweeks. “’Cause Monday, so many, goddamn it/ Tuesday, she wanna go up,” Flo Rida sings. “But Wednesday, I panic, come scrambling/ Thursday just ain’t my luck.” The collaborative track follows Flo Rida’s recent “My House” release and Derulo’s latest single “Naked.” Prepare for the end of the week with “Hello Friday” below.

Milla – Hell Yeah (Official Video).

Milla-Hell-Yeah-ArtworkThe first time I heard Milla’s “Hell Yeah” I remember thinking to myself, “I assume the video is just a grand amalgamation of things that would make me say hell yeah.”  The track itself features Clyde Caron, and was produced by Young California’s DJ ASAP, but the video features a laundry list of entertainers, comedians, models, fast cars, parties, and all the things that would make a sane man say “HELL YEAH”.  Check the method below.

Eminem ft. Rihanna – Monster (Official Video).


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A seemingly unconventional combination, Rihanna, and Eminem have blanketed the world with their music once before, and on Em’s latest album ‘The Marshal Mathers LP 2’, they have another monster hit on their hands.  ‘The Monster’ has deemed itself the most successful single off Em’s newest recording breaking album, and as of 7:40 EST time, the official video has been dropped.  Click the pic to see the video.

Kanye West, Big Sean, Pusha T, & 2 Chainz – Mercy (Official Video).

After teasing the video’s release for quite some time, Kanye West dropped the visuals for “Mercy,” featuring 2 Chainz, Big Sean & Pusha-T.  The black and white paired-down video features the rappers dancing and rapping in a monochromatic parking garage, which makes sense, given that the song is named after the Lamborghini Murcielago (swerve). Say what you will about Kanye’s new songs (which have been criticized for lacking the emotion of his previous work), “Way Too Cold” and “Mercy” are unlike anything on his last solo effort, My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy. Kanye’s hungry, and he’s not going to do the same thing twice.

Kreayshawn ft. 2 Chainz – Breakfast (Official Video).

Kreayshawn famously inked a million-dollar deal with Columbia last year, and this summer, we’ll probably see the first physical product from the partnership, Something’ Bout Kreay. Today, though, I saw the extremely fun, silly video for “Breakfast (Syrup),” featuring the most raucous breakfast party to ever be witnessed in a music video (that I’m aware of). Lyrical samplings: “Call me Kreay Hefner / Playboy Bunny,” “Stackin’ dough / Breakfast.” 2 Chainz, who is on every song now, shows up with some syrup and a Wayne-checking verse. It’s their second recent collaboration, so they might as well make an album.  Watch it below.

Nelly Furtado – Big Hoops/Trey Songz – Heart Attack (Official Videos).

With the return of Miss Elliot with J Cole, it’s no surprise to hear that both Timbaland and Nelly Furtado are back at it again, (and it’s about damn time.)  Check out the newest release from Ms. Furtado Below titled ‘Big Hoops’.


As apposed to Nelly Furtado, who’s comeback is quite welcome, Trey Songz has been doing better than ever with no break in sight.  Take look at the video for his hit single “Heart Attack”.

Tyga feat. Drake – Still Got It.

It was only yesterday that fans were treated to the latest visual installment from his debut album, Careless World: Rise of the Last King, with the Big Sean-assisted “I’m Gone“, and today Tyga teams up with his Young Money counterpart Drakefor the music video to their “Still Got It” collaboration.  The Iren Sheffield-directed clip sees Tyga Tyga chilling around the way, filmed in what appears to be New York City, draped in a bucket hat, a rugby shirt and gold jewelry – a very Harlem look, as championed by A$AP Rocky and Smoke DZA. Drizzy doesn’t make an appearance, but his harmonious hook plays out in the backdrop to complete this love song.

Drake’s Interview With Vevo.

In the world I occupy, there seems to be much speculation behind Drake’s intentions when recording his sophomore album Take Care.  Some say he’s lost his edge, other think he’s being experimental with his art, and there are the few who just think Drizzy has lost the plot.  I personally don’t have a dog in that fight.  I just appreciate good music no matter what the message was intended to be, but for those of you who might have been wondering the same thing, check out Drake’s interview with Vevo.

Behind The Scenes: Rihanna – ‘We Found Love’ Video.

Folk probably know Rihanna was filming the video for her next single ‘You Found Love’ recently because as usual there was a load of drama surrounding it – first she fancied her model co-star Dudley O’Shaughnessy, and then a farmer told her off for running around his farm topless.  Anyway, the singer has released a ‘making of’ video for the shoot, where we see her developing the choreography, running around a field in a bikini top and hanging out with model in question Dudley.  And having to be bleeped out a lot.

Kanye West – Monster (Official Music Video).

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The track ‘Monster’ from Kanye West has been all over the radio and in clubs for months now, and has even made it onto the soundtracks of a handful of movies, including “The Hangover: Part II”.  So there’s no doubt it was a force to be reckoned with since it dropped.  But even after all its billboard success, there was never a video released for this monstrous song featuring Jay-Z and Nicki Minaj.  But today that’s all changed.  Click the pic to see the official video of ‘Monster’ by Kanye West… better late than never.

Birdman ft. Lil Wayne – Fire Flame (Remix) Behind The Scenes.

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Recently I got a glimpse of the making of the “Fire Flame (Remix)” music video, produced by Derick G.  (The behinds the scenes footage was Derick, not the entire music video).  The footage catches Wayne and Birdman in Wayne’s first music video shot since his release from jail, and shows the extravagant new set, which Mack Maine describes as a “sequel to the movie” which was the original.  DJ Khaled and a few others are scattered around in the footage, revealing some pretty dope cameos which I can’t wait to see in the finished product.