The official music video for Rihanna’s song “American Oxygen” has been released, after first releasing as an exclusive on TIDAL. Directed by The Uprising Creative, the video theme takes a very political route just like the song, looking at the conflicts the immigrants and minorities face in the United States of America. Scenes of the Ferguson unrest and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. are included and interspersed with snippets of Rihanna performing against a banner backdrop. Hit the play button and enjoy the video.
Following Furious 7’s massive debut of $392.2 million (approximately 1.5 billion dirhams) worldwide, Wiz Khalifa has given us the visual treatment for the movie’s official soundtrack “See You Again” featuring Charlie Puth. The emotional song and video is a tribute to Paul Walker, and it includes some scenes and collage of the late actor and his cast-mates. Keep Resting In Peace Paul Walker.
Tinashe has just unveiled the visuals for the track “All Hands On Deck,” off her debut studio album, Aquarius. The video sees Tinashe and her crew energetically dancing it through a shipping yard. The bad news for Iggy Azalea’s fans is that, neither Iggy, nor her verse on the track made this cut, as the clip is for the original and not the collaboration they put out earlier this year. Hit the play button above and enjoy the video.
Wiz Khalifa has released the visual to his hypnotizing single “The Sleaze,” off his Grammy-nominated 2014 album Blacc Hollywood. The David Camarena-directed video is a highly energetic clip which features unorthodox lighting, car trashing and strong graphical treatments. You can purchase Blacc Hollywood directly from iTunes.
NB: This video may not be suitable for epileptic people.
Today, Swedish singer-songwriter Lykke Li released the visuals to her track “Never Gonna Love Again”, from her last year’s I Never Learn album. Directed by Philippe Tempelman, the video begins with the singer deeply thinking in the back of a car before a dramatic turn of events turns it into a performance video. Hit the play button above.
Beyoncé took to YouTube to upload a tribute song, titled “Die With You,” to celebrating her seven-year wedding anniversary with Jay Z. The video was released exclusively on Jay Z’s new music streaming service, Tidal. The love letter is accompanied by a DIY-style video, which shows Beyoncé playing the piano and serenading her husband. Hit the play button above and enjoy the video.
Wale has unveiled the video to accompany his latest single “The White Shoes.” The enlightening message in the video is represented by a teen, who is able to save enough money from his hardwork in order to purchase a new pair of Air Jordan 11 sneakers, only to tragically have it stripped by his jealous peers. Wale effectively calls for reflection, and acknowledges the senseless violent actions in order to illegally attain sneakers, which are mere factory products and not a true representative of self-worth. Wale’s fourth studio LP The Album About Nothing is now available for purchase via iTunes.
Rihanna surprised fans few days ago, with the release of her new single “B*tch Better Have My Money,” which Kanye West co-produced. Dressed in a green fur coat and boots, she’s hit the stage to perform the track for the very first time at the iHeartRadio Music Awards at LA’s Shrine Auditorium. The show was hosted by Jamie Foxx, and it included performances by Madonna, Snoop Dogg, and Iggy Azalea, to name a few. Hit the play button above, and enjoy the performance in the video above.
Wale and J. Cole have joined forces again on a new track titled “The Pessimist,” following their 2011 collaboration on “Bad Girls Club.” The song tackles the subject of hopelessness, with both rappers doing what they do best with intricate lyrics and wordplay. The track which features a soundbite from Seinfeld’s George Costanza, will appear on Wale’s … Read more
Rihanna returns with the latest single off her forthcoming album. The track titled “B*tch Better Have My Money” aka “BBHM” is produced by Deputy, and it was initially premiered via the lip-syncing app Dubstream. Hit the play button below to listen to the explicit version of “B*tch Better Have My Money”, and head over to iTunes for purchase.