Drake just dropped some new visuals for his latest single, “Worst Behavior”, off of Nothing Was The Same. In typical Drake fashion, it’s unnecessarily long at 10 minutes in length and features cameos from Project Pat, Juicy J, and a few other rappers. This thing is more like a short film than a music video.
Holy Ghost! takes Drake’s hit single, and makes it into a groovy version of the tune. If nothing else, the video is pretty awesome.
We see a lot of things that are inspired by Breaking Bad lately, but this one is probably my favorite. The song’s pretty cool, but the video is awesome, and you’ll see why at about the 1:08 mark.
Hot Pockets has been ramping up on marketing lately. For this video, they grab Kate Upton and Snoop Dogg for a parody of the classic song by Biz Markie. Oh, and there’s a cameo from Bow Wow.
Pusha T’s new album, My Name Is My Name, just dropped today, be sure to go and get that. This is the music video for one of the stand-out tracks from the album, Sweet Serenade featuring Chris Brown.
Not to be outdone by Miss Cyrus, Rihanna just dropped the music video for Pour It Up. Lots of twerking, pole-dancing, and half-naked women, so you should enjoy it. Is is just me or does this video look like it was filmed in The Penguin’s hideout from the movie Batman Returns?
2 days ago Jimmy Kimmel aired a spoof of Kanye’s interview with BBC. Jimmy basically had a little kid repeat word-for-word what Kanye said in the interview which infuriated the rapper. Kanye took to Twitter to voice his dislike for the comedian and Jimmy responded to Kanye’s tweets on his show. The whole ordeal is pretty entertaining. Take a look at the whole down below.
Kanye West is known for avoiding interviews, but the outspoken MC decided to sit down with BBC’s Zane Lowe for an interesting conversation. Kanye was his normal self throughout the entire interview. He vented his problems with industry and let’s the world know how feels about himself. Love him or hate him, the dude is entertaining.
Drake just dropped the video for his hit single “Hold On, We’re Going Home”. In typical Drake fashion, the video takes place in Miami during the 80′s and follows an over-the-top story line complete with random cameos and a shoot out. Nothing Was The Same is in stores now.
The Weeknd just dropped this music video for one of the stand-out tracks on his recently released album. The song is called, Live For, and it features Drake.