Drake grew up in an upper middle class family in Canada and even starred in a teen drama called Degrassi: The Next Generation but his new video for “5AM in Toronto” portrays a completely different image. In fact, the clip depicts the rapper at the extreme opposite of the social spectrum as a goon.
Despite the horrendous sales of the album, Nicki Minaj has yet to understand that the world doesn’t care about her Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded – The Re-Up. On the hand, perhaps she just isn’t ready to let career go down the drain with the ratings of American Idol and that’s why released this new video for [...]
While chatting to MTV News about his new X album, Chris Brown stated that the record was heavily influenced by the works of Stevie Wonder, Sam Cooke and Michael Jackson. However, the video for the Diplo-crafted lead single, “Fhine China”, draws closer to imitation than just inspiration.
Thousands of women between the ages of 25 to 30 years pay for plastic surgery procedures as they seek to augment the size of their breasts and buttocks. Now, in a completely unrelated topic, Nicki Minaj has has released a preview of her new video for “High School”, which features Lil Wayne.
Eve is definitely on a roll. After surprising us earlier this week with the cover of her new album, Lip Lock, the rapper has now released the Robby Starbuck-directed video for the record’s lead single, “Make It Out This Town”, which features Gabe Saporta.
Many of us were still in high school when Eve released her last album so it’s quite fitting that she has decided to take it back in time for her new video for “Make it Out this Town”. Featuring Gabe Saporta, the video will debut on March 29th and we have a special preview.
As Moses said to Pharaoh, “let my JoJo go!” Proving that she has the looks, talent and flair to be a star, JoJo combines all of those elements into her new video for “Andre” from her Agape mixtape as she boasts the message of individuality to her loyal fans.
What happens when you mix the Fugees with Janet Jackson? Not exactly the kind of mix you’d expect from any artist, huh? Well, Misha B took that chance with her new video for “Here’s to Everything (Oh La La)” and luckily for her, the result was a very enjoyable visual.
Justin Timberlake promised that his new video for “Mirrors” would be a mini cinematic event and he was right. The visual premiere just moments ago during a special on The CW and it actually tells a story with a scenes lasting more than eight minutes.