Naked girls, jewelry and fancy cars – these are the facets of music viisuals crafted by men to overcompensate for perceived shortcomings in their masculinities. Omarion provides with an ideal example of that fact with his new video for ‘Let’s Talk’.
DJ Khaled has opted for a Sunday debut of his new video, ‘Take it to the Head’. The clip, which was directed by Colin Tilley, features his usual block part worth of guests, including Chris Brown, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne and Rick Ross.
Rick Ross is constantly on the radio so it’s difficult to believe that he just released the lead single from his ‘God Forgives, I Don’t’ album. ‘Touch’N You’ features Usher and it will appear on the Hip-Hop heavyweight’s new LP, which hits stores on July 31st.
With only 594K copies of her ‘My Life II: The Journey Continues (Act 1)’ sold in the US since November 2011, it’s time for Mary J. Blige to increase her promotional efforts. As such, the Queen of Hip-Hop/Soul has readied a new video for her latest single, ‘Why (Ft. Rick Ross)’.
Remember when we said that the men of R&B are constricted by hypermasculine gender stereotypes that force them constantly prove their love of naked women? Well, Omarion has shared a perfect example of that issue via behind the scenes footage of his ‘Let’s Talk’ video.
Shortly after announcing that he had officially joined Rick Ross’ Maybach Music Group, Omarion visited BET’s ’106 & Park’ with his new team to discuss the venture. The singer, who is now also known as Maybach O, was clearly bursting with excitement as he stood with the group of men also signed to the label.