Justin Bieber – Company (Tour Life Video)

Justin Bieber has returned with another music video for “Company,” a cut from his Purpose album which release in Novermber 2015. This time around, the video clip gives us a glimpse into Bieber’s tour life – from performances, to photoshoots, to studio sessions, and even clowning around backstage. The video also features a number of cameos from the likes of Kanye West, Floyd Mayweather, Diddy and Skrillex, among others. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy the Biebs’ new delivery.

Bryson Tiller – Exchange (Official Video)

Fast-rising Kentucky-born R&B artist Bryson Tiller, has finally unveiled the visuals to his single “Exchange,” taken from highly-popular 2015 album T R A P S O U L. The fittingly-cinematic Rohan Blair-Mangat-directed video, sees Bryson reminiscing over a past relationship, even though he’s tried to move on with someone new. This is certainly a joint a lot can relate with. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy.

Janet Jackson – Dammn Baby (Official Video)

Just few days back, news emerged that Janet Jackson, who is two weeks shy of turning 50, is pregnant with her first child. Coinciding with this revelation, the renowned singer shared her new music video for her latest single “Dammn Baby,” off her 2015 album Unbreakable. The black-and-white visual sees the legendary singer doing what she knows how to do best, alongside a group of choreographers. Hit the play button above to watch the video.

50 Cent – I’m The Man (Remix) ft. Chris Brown

50 Cent will be releasing a new single titled “No Romeo No Juliet,” featuring Chris Brown, later today. Before the aforementioned happens, 50 has shared the visual for the remix of his song “I’m The Man,” with Breezy. The song which also happens to be Birdman’s favorite song at the moment, is directed by Eif Rivera, and it sees Fiddy and Breezy doing their thing in a big Hollywood mansion, surrounded by a bunch of women. At the tail-end of the video, is also a preview of “No Romeo No Juliet,” where the two head to a strip club to have a good time. Hit the play button above to watch the video.

#FlashbackFriday: Nelly – Dilemma ft. Kelly Rowland (Official Video)

“Dilemma” was one of the biggest songs in the early 2000s. The song was also one of Nelly’s most successful song till date (if not his most successful), and it features singer-songwriter Kelly Rowland. “Dilemma” served as the third single from the Nelly’s second studio album Nellyville released in 2002, as well as the lead single from Rowland’s debut solo album Simply Deep also released in 2002.

“Dilemma” hit number one in ten countries, including the UK, the US and Australia, selling over 7.6 million copies worldwide. In the 55th Anniversary of the Hot 100 issue of Billboard magazine, the song was ranked at number 75 on the all-time Hot 100 songs, and at the end of 2009 was named the 11th most successful song from 2000 to 2009, on the Billboard Hot 100 Songs of the Decade. The song won a Grammy Award for Best Rap/Sung Collaboration at the 45th Grammy Awards. Hit the play button above and enjoy.

#FlashbackFriday: Bow Wow – Let Me Hold You ft. Omarion (Official Video)

“Let Me Hold You” is the first single off Bow Wow’s fourth album Wanted released in March 2005, and it features R&B singer Omarion – making it duo’s very first collaboration together. “Let Me Hold You” was co-written and co-produced by producer Jermaine Dupri and No I.D., and it uses a sample of Luther Vandross’ 1985 version of Brenda Russell’s “If Only for One Night”.

The song peaked at number four on the Billboard Hot 100, making this the first top 10 hit for both Bow Wow and Omarion as a solo artist. The song also hit numbers 2 and 10 on the Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs and Mainstream Top 40 charts respectively, and reached the top 40 in many countries including Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and the UK. “Let Me Hold You” was certified Platinum by the RIAA for selling over 1,000,000 copies. Hit the play button above to enjoy the Bryan Barber-directed video, and visit the below links to purchase Wanted.

iTunes: http://smarturl.it/BWWanted?IQid=BowWLMH
Google Play: http://smarturl.it/LMHYGPlay?IQid=Bow…
Amazon: http://smarturl.it/BWWAmazon?IQid=Bow…

Yuna – Crush ft. Usher (Official Video)

Malaysian songstress, Yuna is gearing up to release her new album titled Chapters, which is scheduled to arrive on May 20, and in anticipation of the release, she has shared the visual for her song with Usher, “Crush.” Directed by Daniel Carberry, the video which features a black-and-white aesthetic, with slow-motion shots of various people crushing on each other, addresses the topic of puppy love and infatuation in general. Hit the play button above to watch the video, and pre-order Chapters on iTunes.

Olu Maintain – Excuse My French (Official Video)

Olu Maintain - Excuse My French (Official Video)

Nigeria’s Olu Maintain unveils the visual treatment to his latest single “Excuse My French.” Directed by MATTmax, the crisp video sees the “Nawti” crooner do his thing in a predominantly frost setting, alongside some energetic dancers. Undoubtedly, the track which is done in mostly French language, sounds it’ll be another smash hit, not only in Nigeria, but across the French speaking countries in Africa and beyond. At the tail-end of the video is another video introduction, which indicates an upcoming collaborative video with GOOD Music artist D’Banj. Hit the play button above and enjoy.

L.A.X – Ole

L.A.X ft. Dremo x Ycee – Ole

Wizkid’s Starboy signee L.A.X, newly signed Davido Worldwide Music rapper Dremo, and Ycee, join forces on a Legendury beatz produced track titled “Ole

Wasiu – Outer Space (Official Video)

Montreal rapper Wasiu unveiled the visual to his single “Outer Space,” taken from his MTLiens EP. The William Fradette-directed video sees Wasiu doing his thing in a room with nothing but a monolithic cuboid. On his southern-inspired sound, the Montreal rapper revealed to The FADER, who premiered the release, stating the below:

Of course, MTLiens is a play on Outkast’s classic ATLiens album. Whereas ATLiens had a more welcoming atmosphere and southern hospitality to it, MTLiens is the polar opposite—just as MTL is geographically to ATL. Just as hip-hop was dominated by east coast/west coast in the mid-’90s and Atlanta was under that shadow, Montreal is under Toronto’s shadow from being recognized as a scene.