Selena Gomez’s “Fetish” with Gucci Mane music video is finally here just days after the singer’s 26th birthday. After weeks of social media teasing, the Petra Collins-directed music video is just as creepy-cool as earlier clips would lead us to expect.
Here, a soaking-wet Gomez clad in a pale yellow sun-dress engages in a range of strange activities, from putting her tongue through an eyelash curler to hurling a grocery bag against the wall, eating what looks like gelatin and crawling over an elaborately-set dinner table. The majority of the visual is set in a suburban home, and gives off major Virgin Suicides-meets-Wild at Heart vibes.
JAY Z‘s “Bam” video from 4:44 is finally here, allowing those without a TIDAL subscription to watch the clip. Featuring Damian Marley and Sister Nancy, the visual accounts for the first from JAY’s recently-released album that he himself is actually showcased in.
The “Bam” video was shot in Jamaica, as it highlights Hov, Damian and Sister Nancy working on the collaborative track in the studio. The release follows up on 4:44 clips for “The Story of O.J.” and “4:44,” in addition to a video titled “Footnotes.”
The latest video from JAY-Z‘s new 4:44 album is here, and this time it’s for the intro, “Kill Jay Z. Watch it below. The clip is directed by Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz.
In the visual, we see a young man, perhaps an iteration of young JAY-Z, running down what looks like an alley. He seems to be running from something, but we can’t see it, and at one point, the music slows down, cutting to a different show where we only see the kid’s face from his eyes up.
It’s always nice to get the visuals to a tune you have had on repeat since it’s release and superstar Disc Jockey Ace Kaywise as expected delivers the official visuals to his recently released single “Informate” featuring Mavin Records first lady – Tiwa Savage.
The Paul Gambit directed visuals features cameo appearances from Reekado Banks, DNA.
With the audio still getting decent rotations on radio and whatnot, Ajebutter22 dishes out the visuals to his latest single “Ghana Bounce”.
The video was directed by Mex Films and the song was produced by the usual suspect when it comes to an Ajebutter song, Studio Magic.
The Mark Fiore-edited and -directed clip follows Linkin Park on tour through Europe and serves as a particularly moving memento now following Bennington’s passing. Bennington is featured prominently throughout the video, be it hanging out backstage or performing the song before packed stadiums.
Appropriately, “Talking to Myself” was written by Bennington from his wife Talinda Bentley’s point of view as she watched him battle his personal demons.
Bennington had spoken openly about his struggles with drug and alcohol addictions at various times during his life, as well as about being molested by an older man when he was a child. The musician is survived by Bentley and six children.
Seven months after he release of his Tru EP, R&B music star Lloyd teams up Rick Ross for the “Heavenly Body” video.
Directed by Ryan Snyder, the sleek visual kicks off with Lloyd and Rozay in the midst of trees in an outdoor setting. Soon, however, the video goes indoors for a couple of steamy scenes with Lloyd and a stripper in the shower.
“Heavenly Body” is the latest single off Tru, which also features appearances by 2 Chainz and Lil Wayne.
Up next, Lloyd is reportedly planning to drop a video for “Excited,” yet another track off Tru. He recently shared a behind-the-scenes clip from the set, which features some dancing and gorgeous models.
Kranium releases the official visuals to his previously released single “Can’t Believe” featuring Ty Dolla $ign and Wizkid.
Now signed to Atlantic Records, Jamaican-bred “singjay” Kranium is hoping to make his own ground in the states.
Having already connected with Ty$ on “Nobody Has To Know” (Wizkid also linked with Ty$ on a pair of songs on Sounds From The Other Side as well) on Kranium is aiming straight for the summertime party scene with this one.
Eighteen years after SisQó exploded with his signature solo hit “Thong Song” he’s back with a fresh, NSFW video for the track with a tropical EDM remix courtesy of Norwegian DJs JCY. In the update, SisQó’s voice is a bit more feathery, the beat is definitely bigger and the beach and roller rink in Miami are full of a whole new set of women in barely-there bottoms.
“I’ve been asked so many times over the years to make a new version of ‘Thong Song’ and I have declined every time until I heard the new version that JCY did. I thought it was dope and figured maybe it was time to put some new rims on the Bugatti,” SisQó told Buzzfeed. “Thong Song” peaked at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100 charts in May 2000.
With only days away from releasing his album titled ‘Wins and Losses,” and fans are waiting to hear what the Philadelphia rapper has to say about the subjective “L’s” he has taken within the past year.
As a prelude to the album, Meek released part 1 to his movie titled “Win’s and Losses” and it’s pretty cool.
Be on the look out for a short cameo from Wale in the movie.