'I don't dance now / I make money moves'. Cheetahs, sand dunes, and Louboutins. Cardi B's new music video for "Bodak Yellow" is a lesson in luxury.
Stunning in this release too, Kendrick's bloody new video features striking, minimalist shots that reflect the song's lyrics and life in the inner-city.
In the Ivan Berrios-directed visual, Khaled and the reggae star find themselves in the middle of a lush jungle, giving thanks for everything they've been given.
The 'Dirty Mouth' visuals give Lil Boat a huge empty space to go crazy in, with the DAPS-directed camerawork.
The entire video takes place in a microcosm contained in a whiskey glass.
Secure the bag. Fresh off the BET Awards stage, DJ Khaled debuts a video for 'It’s Secured' featuring Travis Scott and Nas, off his new album Grateful.
Smoke clouds, neon lights, gorgeous models, and Travis Scott keeping some tigers on a leash.
Directed by Howard Ross, the black-and-white visual features Tity Boi and a cast of people made to look like chess pieces on a giant checked floor.
Kali shares the first clip from her upcoming album.
Mixing a diverse collection of influences, the five song project blends the sounds of soul, hip-hop, funk, trap, and R&B, Kintaro finds a lane of his own.
'R.O.A.R.', his latest single and video from the album, is a set of community guidelines for Kingston's neighborhoods.