Tekashi 6ix9ine has attempted to distance himself from the violence that seems to be following him in the wake of narrowly dodging serious jail time over an older child sex case. The “FeFe” star, along with Nicki Minaj and Kanye West, was on the set of a Beverly Hills video shoot when shots rang out […]
It looks like Drake has more in store for his “Worst Behaviour” video. WordOnRoad published some photos showing the OVO rapper shooting more scenes for his Nothing Was The Same track with director Little X.
Remember that crazy-eyed actress (Jemima Kirke) from Girls that was in Jay Z’s “Picasso Baby” video? The one that we pointed out here as looking kind of…off? Well it turns out that thanks to her antics she was kicked out of the video shoot by Hova’s security.
Sure it sounds like a glorified “Bandz A Make Her Dance” remix, but Rihanna’s “Pour It Up” is an undeniable club smash. The Bajan singer recently shot the video for the Mike Will Made It produced track, which of course features strip poles and plenty of dollar bills (with her own face on them).
Birdman has a penchant for going all out. For the forthcoming video for “Tap Out,” the YMCMB family is represented by Lil Wayne, Mack Maine, Nicki Minaj, and even Bow Wow. But Baby ups the ante by landing cameos from Paris Hilton, Christina Milian and Kimora Lee, among others.
They’ve already released a half-as**d video for “Ocho Cinco” in the studio, but the Bad Boy Gang is back together to shoot another video for the Mac And Cheese 3 stand out.
Yesterday (January 25), Justin Timberlake and Jay-Z were is Los Angeles shooting the video for the former’s new single, “Suit & Tie.” From the photos, as expected, dress shirts, tuxedoes and bow ties will be featured heavily once the finished visual drops.
After releasing the behind the scenes stills of the video, Ne-Yo finally let go of the “Let Me Love You (Remix)” with French Montana.
While in New York City a few weeks back, Ne-Yo, French Montana and Rico Love shot the new video for the remix to his R.E.D. lead single, “Let Me Love You.”
Ne-Yo was in New York City last night with French Montana to film the video for “Let Me Love You” the remix.
Even if the recently rehashed war of words between Young Jeezy and Gucci Mane hadn’t cooled, he’d still be putting in work. The Snowman went back to Macon, GA to shoot the video for his latest single, “Get Right.”