VIDEOS

Video: Levi Johnson feat. Future – One Night (Tinashe Remake)

Levi Johnson

Emerging Atlanta bred trio Levi Johnson set their sights on stardom with the video for their buzz-track “One Night,” a remake of Tinashe’s “How Many Times” featuring Future.

The triple threat trio – made up of Alex, Kobe and Dre – is the brainchild of celebrity choreographer Jamaica Craft, who is responsible for the creative direction behind some of today’s biggest stars, including Usher, Ciara and Ne-Yo.

Showing off their harmonious talent the ladies bring a sassy, sexy, cool vibe to the screen with the performance video.

Take a look below, what do you think?

read more


Video: Kay Cola – Royal

kay-cola-royal

To accompany the release of her new mixtape ‘For The Dreamers,’ rising singer/songwriter Kay Cola debuts a video for the empowering song “Royal.”

In her powerful, socially charged visuals, the L.A. native brings the never ending fight for equality to light as she reminds us that although injustices take place, we are all royalty.

Kay Cola isn’t shy about raising awareness concerning the repression that has been taking place and she continues to voice her strong stance. “We will never run from the fight,” proclaims the Lucid Dream Queen, conveying the message that royalty is not about monetary status, but a mind state of spreading truth, wisdom, love and light.

Watch the video below:

read more


Watch: The Weeknd Releases Fiery “Can’t Feel My Face” Video!

The-weeknd-can't-feel-my-face-video

A star is born! The Weeknd ignites his career-literally-in the new music video for his hit single “Can’t Feel My Face,” which is already No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100.

In the Grant Singer-directed clip (“The Hills”), which premiered on Apple Music Connect, The Weeknd performs on stage at a dimly-lit club. Initially people are sitting down, unmoved by his Michael Jackson-esque moves. However, they start to perk up as he slides across the stage. Eventually someone throws a lighter at him and he bursts into flames, and a crowd joins him on stage. He leaves the club, emerging triumphant.

His sophomore album Beauty Behind the Madness is slated to drop Aug. 28. “He has made one of the most sonically ambitious pop albums of the year, full of swaggeringly confident music indebted to the arena-­size ambition of the 1980s, from Guns N’ Roses to Phil Collins to Michael Jackson,” declared The New York Times.

Watch the video below:

read more


Video: LION BABE – Impossible

Lion-Babe-Impossible-Video

Earlier this month LION BABE – the New York duo comprised of singer/songwriter Jillian Hervey and producer Lucas Goodman – released their brand new single “Impossible,” and now they have swiftly returned with the official visuals.

The follow-up to their Pharrell co-produced “Wonder Woman,” is a slick, energetic summer anthem, infused with the infectious beats that have become synonymous with the buzz-worthy group. Having spent much of May and June in the UK working on material for their anticipated debut album, “Impossible” was born out of collaborative sessions with British singer-songwriter and producer Joel Compass and Linden Jay.

The video marries the energy of the record with signature elements of the group, as Jillian brings a glitter filled performance art piece, while Lucas bangs on the drums.

Watch the new video below:

read more


Sneak Peek: The Weeknd Previews “Can’t Feel My Face” Video

the-weeknd-cant-feel-my-face

Right on time, The Weeknd continues to build momentum for his much-anticipated new album Beauty Behind the Madness, due out Aug. 28. The Canadian crooner has already dropped two singles, “The Hills” and “Can’t Feel My Face,” the latter of which is already No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100. And tomorrow, he will unleash the music video via Apple Music Connect. In the 25-second teaser, R&B’s new king of seduction stares longingly into the camera while singing into a mic.

In an interview with The New York Times, he spoke about his new album, which is more pop than his previous work.

“It’s about me being who I am and stepping out of my comfort zone to try to feel something else besides what I’ve been feeling the past four years,” he said. “Ups and downs. … In my past albums, there were never ups.”

Watch a sneak peek below:

read more


Watch: Chris Brown Joins Meek Mill and Nicki Minaj in “All Eyes On You” Video

Chris-Brown-Nicki-Meek

All eyes are on Meek Mill and Drake’s beef right now. But the Philly MC turns the spotlight on his relationship with Nicki Minaj in the video for “All Eyes On You,” the first single off his chart-topping album Dreams Worth More Than Money.

In the Benny Boom-directed clip, Meek and Ms. Minaj show why they’re hip-hop’s hottest couple, putting their love on display for the world to see.

In between their intimate shots, Chris Brown makes his cameo and Nicki flaunts her bikini body in the pool while sipping Myx Moscato, of course.

Watch the sexy video below:

read more


Watch: Kehlani Releases “The Way” feat. Chance The Rapper Video!

Kehlani The Way Video

Keeping fans eager and ready, R&B sensation Kehlani debuts the sensual video for her fan favorite song, “The Way” feat Chance the Rapper, off her buzz-worthy mixtape You Should Be Here.

The Oakland songstress strips things down, but still is sexy as ever in the black-and-white clip, directed by Austin Vesely. She shows off some slick choreography before father-to-be Chance puts some moves of his own on her.

Kehlani is currently in the middle of her “You Should Be Here” tour, which has upcoming dates in L.A., San Francisco, Honolulu, and Las Vegas.

Last week she surprised us with the Trey Songz remix to “The Way.”

Watch the new video below!

read more


Video: Disclosure feat. Sam Smith – Omen

Sam-Smith-Omen

Sam Smith and house music duo Disclosure have found great success together and apart, but today they reunite in the video for “Omen,” off Disclosure’s sophomore album Caracal, due Sept. 25.

Filmed in Mexico City, the cinematic visuals depict a futuristic rave in a dystopian metropolis. The video’s lead, Mariela, has her palm scanned in front of an unassuming storefront. She’s transported into a gaudy, erotic world of sweaty make-outs and holographic projection.

Smith reclines against a pillar, singing the hook with an intense gaze. At the end of the clip, police gather outside—suddenly the discotheque goes dark, screams are heard, and “to be continued” flashes on screen.

Watch the video below:

read more


Welcome to the new ThisIsRnB!

Welcome to the new ThisIsRnB theme!

×