Canadian crooner, The Weeknd continues to build up hype as his second studio album release date fast approaches. Just four days away from sharing Beauty Behind the Madness with the world, The Weeknd has unveiled the visuals for his Kanye West-produced track “Tell Your Friends.” Presented in a 1:1 aspect ratio, the video sees the XO frontman walking through the desert as he appears to bury himself and kill a weird looking being. Hit the play button above to watch the video, and anticipate Beauty Behind the Madness which drops August 28.
Few days after premiering “High By The Beach” on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 Radio program, Lana Del Rey has released the visual to the track. The video sees the singer enjoying her private time at a beach side home, until a paparazzi invaded and harassed her with a helicopter, and her mood quickly changed. Lana Del Rey headed for a rocket launcher and tore the helicopter apart. Hit the play button above to watch and enjoy the video, and stay tuned for more releases from her upcoming album Honeymoon.
The Game picked the most perfect timing to release the music video for his collaborative song with Drake, titled “100.” Shot entirely in Compton, The Game recruits local family and friends to back them up and have a good time, as he and Drake exchange verses. The Game’s camp wittily released this visual in the midst of Drizzy’s squashed tiff with Meek Mill. The single is set to appear on Game’s upcoming Documentary 2 album scheduled to drop later this year. Hit the play button above to enjoy the video.
Disclosure and Sam Smith have joined forces once again for a new release titled “Omen.” The track, which is a follow up to their first successful collaboration “Latch,” is accompanied by a Ryan Hope-directed video. “Omen” will appear on the UK producer duo’s highly anticipated sophomore album Caracal, which is now available for pre-order from iTunes. Hit the play button above to enjoy the video.
Renowned singer Janet Jackson decided to join forces with hip-hop’s finest talent, rapper J. Cole, for her first video in over six years, to the remix of “No Sleeep.” Ms Jackson tweeted to the fans “I hope u enjoy watching this as much as we enjoyed making it.” Hit the play button above to enjoy the visual to the classic sound, and in case you missed the official studio version of “No Sleeep”, listen to it here.
Pharrell has just released an accompanying music video, to follow up with his new track “Freedom,” which was released few days ago. The video looks into societal issues, as well as the numerous injustices in the world we live in. Hit the play button above to watch the new offering.
Following a trailer last week, Rihanna has finally released the highly anticipated video for her massive single “B*tch Better Have My Money”. Directed by Rihanna herself and Megaforce, the very explicit visual see the songstress and her girl gang kidnap a wealthy woman for ransom. The group eventually gets to their ultimate target – “The Accountant” a.k.a. “The B*tch”. The video is filled with a violence and nudity. The track which can now be purchased via iTunes, will appear on Rihanna’s forthcoming eighth studio album.
Rapper Kendrick Lamar has just released the visual to his track “Alright,” taken from his sophomore album, To Pimp a Butterfly. Coming right after his BET Awards’ performance, where he’d caused quite a stir, with his resentment over police brutality and strikingly performing atop a cop car. The Colin Tilley-directed video provides a canvas for K Dot to montage the several influences and moments that inspired the song. Hit the play button above to watch the highly creative piece of work.
Disclosure have shared the visuals to their lead single “Holding On,” taken from their forthcoming sophomore album Caracal. The video which was shot in Mexico City, will be followed by three more videos. The duo stated:
“We wanted to create something very different with our music videos this time around. Something unique that would connect all the songs from the album and the videos in a special way,” said Disclosure in a statement. “This is the first of a series of four amazing videos directed by Ryan Hope that come together to create a short film…CARACAL. So, as each music video comes out… The plot unfolds. We hope you enjoy!”
“Holding On” will be available via PMR/Island on July 17.
Jack Ü, aka Skrillex and Diplo have released the official video to their highly successful single “Where Are Ü Now,” which features the vocals of Justin Bieber. The Brewer-directed visual shows Bieber performing the song simultaneously with a collage of animations drawn by supporters, as a homage to the artistes. Hit the play button above to watch the video.