UK singer Ella Eyre comes back with her feisty new single “Comeback.” Eyre’s new hit discusses a break-up that she went through at age 17. The song has already reached #16 on the UK charts. and will be available on September 29.
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The resurgence of Miley Cyrus’ career appears to be well in motion as she releases the visual for her latest single. The video is provided for the notable Mike WiLL Made It-produced “We Can’t Stop,” with the video showing nothing but the act of having a good time in correlation to the song itself. If you were expecting plenty of twerking a pool parties to be taking place, you shouldn’t be disappointed with the end product.
Directed by Diane Martel.
The official music video for Jessie J‘s new single “Wild” featuring Big Sean and Dizzee Rascal set to appear on her upcoming yet to be titled album. In the new clip Jessie J gets her sexy strut on as she heads to the set of the video and gets up close and personal with the camera showing of her sexy dance moves before Big Sean and Dizzee join the party and swag out for the camera. The new Ammo-produced single is available worldwide now via iTunes.
Directed by Emil Nava.
Unexpectedly, Kendrick Lamar releases his video for his widely popular “Bitch Don’t Kill My Vibe” single off his almost platinum good kid m.A.A.d city album.
The visual starts at a funeral, as everyone pays respects, then moves to the cemetery to watch them lay down the coffin. Interestingly enough, everyone is wearing all-white everything, instead of black. We won’t give away the message at the end, you’re just going to have to watch for yourself. And no, Jay-Z does not make a cameo in the video.
Directed by The Lil Homies and OG Mike Mihail.
If you’re late to the party, meet the ‘Rich Gang’. Consisting of the YMCMB affiliates Birdman, Lil Wayne, Mack Maine and Nicki Minaj. With Future, 808 Mafia’s Southside, and TM88 behind the beat, we get new visuals for this banger “Tapout”. The visuals feature Kimora Lee Simmons, Paris Hilton and Christina Milian trying to pull off a heist at a private mansion event with elements from Ocean’s 11 and Charlie’s Angels scenes.
Find out above in the visuals if the three score the $1,000,000 heist or will have to tap out. You can lookout for the groups upcoming compilation album “Rich Gang: Flashy Lifestyle” releasing May 21st featuring Stevie J, Tyga, Meek Mill and Mystikal as the confirmed guests so far.
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
While we are still waiting for Travi$ Scott’s highly anticipated mixtape Owl Pharaoh, the young MC releases his T.I. and 2 Chainz assisted track. “Upper Echelon” sounds every bit as good as every release from Travi$ we have heard thus far and will hold us over until we get the final word on the new project. Hopefully we get that sooner than later.
You might want to turn the bass up for this.
So Drake is feeling really generous tonight, as he delivers some more new music, which won’t be on his upcoming album Nothing was the Same, with “Girls Love Beyonce” (yes they most certainly do, Drake). He also brings along the golden voice of R&B right now, James Fauntleroy, to sing the hook, which is actually the classic Destiny’s Child chorus on “Say My Name.” This will be on repeat for a minute.
Drake is on fire right now!
J. Cole featuring Miguel
For those of you that were needing confirmation of Cole World’s run into a hot summer, can now get closure with the official music video for J. Cole’s “Power Trip” featuring Miguel. Cole hit the twitter world yesterday to announce the official release date for his sophomore album “Born Sinner,” which we can expect to see on June 25th.
These visuals take place in his hometown of Fayetteville, North Carolina and give us a concept we wouldn’t normally expect in a major single from J. Cole, with Miguel opening up our minds to that “Power Trip.”
Directed by Mike Piscitelli and Nabil
After taking a look at the artwork and tracklist for Snoop Lion’s new album, a clear standout was his collaboration with singer Miley Cyrus. That single titled “Ashtrays & Heartbreaks” happens to be the next release from the project, letting Miley provide her own vocals that surprisingly fits ever so well as a final product. With her recent work in the studio with the likes of Pharrell and Mike WiLL Made It, this serves as the perfect introduction to a major turnaround in style. Don’t forget that Snoop’s Reincarnated album will be released digitally and in stores on April 23rd, with the deluxe version available to pre-order on iTunes.
Produced by Major Lazer, Ariel Rechtshaid and Dre Skull.
Anyone else as #OBSESSED with Demi’s newest single, “Heart Attack” as #TeamAnnex is? This girl quickly made her way to the #1 spot on the iTunes charts the day her single débuted on the 25th of February (Go girl.) Since the day Demi showed off her vocals on “Camp Rock,” it was pretty evident that she had a bit of an edge to her. She’s not holding anything back now. A few days before dropping her single, Demi described her new look for the music video as “Rocker-chic and sophisticated.” So you, Dem.
By the looks of Demi’s twitter page, can you tell how stoked she was?
With lyrics like “Cause I don’t wanna fall in love. If I ever did that, I think I’d have a heart attack,” it sounds like this Damsel loves her distress.
Take a listen here, if you haven’t already: