In collaboration with Intel and The Creators Project, Solange and VICE take us behind the scenes of her latest music video, “Lovers In the Parking Lot.”
Shot in Houston at the legendary flea market, King’s Best Market, Solange gives perspective on the inspiration for the song and video, as well as sits down to talk about the creative process, as well as choreography, where Texas native Bun B. sits down and takes some time to talk about his involvement in the feature.
Def Jam signee and New Orleans native August Alsina has been turning up with his single, “I Luv This Shit,” as it slowly becomes a fan favorite all over the Twitterverse.
The original track, featuring Trinidad Jame$ is lifted from his EP, Downtown: Life Under the Gun, which dropped back in August. But check out the brand new, explicit remix featuring fellow R&B crooners, Chris Brown and Trey Songz. The trio gets freaky with their ladies on the new remix, which your ears might have to wear condoms to listen to!
Emerging from a new movement of up-and-coming artists out of New York City is singer-songwriter MAAD*MOISELLE!
Check out her brand new single, “Take Me,” produced by Lehkz of #ProducedbytheVAMP, and penned by herself and another on-the-rise artist by the name of Ro James.
The new track is lifted from MAAD’s upcoming EP, entitled Indigo, which she reveals will be dropping at the top of next year.
Looks like Drake will be enjoying success at the top of the charts this week.
With his third studio album, Nothing Was the Same debuting at #1 on the Billboard Hot 200 chart, Drizzy sold over 658,000 copies within the first seven day, according to Nielsen SoundScan.
Although the album leaked rather early, it seems as though the online surfacing of the tracks didn’t put too much of a dent in fans rushing out to get the album.
As Drake enjoys his success with his new album, which has topped all of his other albums’ first week sales, he is getting prepared for an upcoming 39-city tour, Would You Like A Tour? with assistance from Miguel and Future. Check out the teaser video for the tour on the right!
D. Woods might not be rejoining Danity Kane for their reunion album, rumored reality show and tour, but that’s not stopping her from releasing new music!
Check out the video for her latest single, “Gold Mine,” lifted from her upcoming My Favorite Color, Volume 2 EP.
Amel Larrieux recently announced her new album entitled Ice Cream Everyday.
After her first single, “Afraid,” we can now clock into a new track lifted from her new set called “I Do Take,” which also has a Part 2 in the track listing.
Formerly of the R&B group Groove Theory, it’s been over 6 years since Lovely Standards that the gorgeous Amel has released any new material. However, the new album in it’s entirety is produced by her husband, Laru Larrieux, with whom she lives in New York City (along with their two daughters, Sanji Rei and Sky).
Ice Cream Everyday will be available on October 22nd via Blisslife Records and can be pre-ordered on iTunes!
Newly weds John Legend and Chrissy Teigen get up-close and personal in his brand new video, “All of Me,” the latest single from his newest album, Love In the Future, which is in stores now. The beautiful black-and-white clip was shot in Italy.
John married Chrissy just last month, but will embark on his Made To Love tour with Tamar Braxton later this month. Peep the Nabil-directed video up top.
Fans have been screaming about this video since she took to her Instagram and posted and removed a photo from the set.
But as the time draws nearer to the release of the video for her fan favorite, “Pour It Up,” lifted from her seventh studio LP, Unapologetic, Rihanna gasses fans further by tweeting out behind-the-scenes footage from the new video, which she promises is coming soon.
After releasing a photo via her Instagram the other night with a short, curly blonde wig and pink eyebrows, fans were in a frenzy when they saw that they will finally get the video that they were promised, which is complete with strippers and racks of dollars with Rihanna’s face on it.