In the dark and animated clip, directed by Lyrical Lemonade’s Cole Bennett, the East Atlanta playboy puts his lyrical skills to the test, spitting blistering bars while in a chair and under an umbrella. He also links up with his Dreamville bossJ. Cole, who comes through with a rapid-fire verse.
J.I.D has also announced his “Catch Me If You Can Tour.” The 29-date trek will hit college campuses beginning Jan. 22 in Eugene, Oregon, running through March 23 in New Orleans. Tickets are on sale now.
Travis Scott reopens Astroworld in the enchanting video for “Yosemite.”
Inspired by Travis’ childlike-wonder for amusement, the Nabil-directed clip includes an appearance from Gunna, who is currently on tour with Travis.
While La Flame flies on a private jet, he dreams of a child who falls out of the sky and into a magical forest. The young boy ventures through the woods while discovering abandoned pieces from an amusement park including rides and a merry-go-round horse. He makes his way into the mouth of Travis’ giant head where more adventures and thrills await. When he comes out on the other side, he discovers Astroworld, complete with a roller coaster and Ferris wheel.
Travis is currently in the midst of his “Astroworld: Wish You Were Here” tour. Kylie Jenner shared some behind-the-scenes footage from the Madison Square Garden show featuring a cameo from their daughter Stormi.
“Yosemite” arrives just days after Travis unleashed the Skrillex-produced remix to his 2x platinum hit “Sicko Mode.”
Takeoff takes off into outer space in the video for “Casper,” the latest release from his debut album The Last Rocket.
In the futuristic clip, dubbed “Last Rocket Mission: The Quest for Selene,” the MigosMC plays an astronaut in the year 2092. He explores a planet filled with beautiful ladies while in pursuit of his perfect woman, and ghost rides a Rolls-Royce Wraith while defying gravity.
“The way I ghost ride the Wraith / Thought you would’ve seen Casper,” he raps in the Gabriel Hart-directed clip.
Directed by RJ Sanchez and filmed in Los Angeles, the dark and edgy clip finds Juicy and Travis in a dimly-lit warehouse. As they drip in designer wear and show out with their verses, a bald-headed model struts around in little clothing.
During an interview with Beats 1, Juicy J explained how the Buddha Bless-produced track came together. “It’s always amazing when I work with Travis Scott,” he told Zane Lowe. “We was working on his album Astroworld. I brought a bunch of beats over, he was going through some of my beats and stuff. On my way out the studio, I was like, ‘Yo Trav, I got to get you on my new album. Man, give me a record, let me get a record.’ So he pulled this record up and it wasn’t in format yet. So when I got to the studio, I just made one part a hook and the other part sounded more like a verse. That was it, man. The song is magic.”
Juicy is now finishing up his new album, the follow-up to 2017’s Rubba Band Business, which he self-produced with Suicideboys. Additionally, he has been in the studio with Wiz Khalifa and is producing for French Montana.
Let’s get it. J. Cole teams up with Moneybagg Yo in the video for his RESET standout “Say Na.”
The Memphis rapper brings it home in the three-minute clip. He gives a peek into his flashy lifestyle, making it rain at the laundromat before sitting down for a feast. Cole World also pays his collaborator a visit at the laundromat. Sporting matching plaid jackets, they exchange bars.
“Ni**as look real, but they silicone / Tough titty, got a redbone,” he raps. “And the head strong / Like Biggie said, ‘Boy, you dead wrong.’”
Khalid shines in the night in the video for his Suncity single “Better.”
Directed by Andrew Donoho (Janelle Monáe, 21 Pilots), the clip finds the 20-year-old crooner in a downtown L.A. parking lot while a yellow 3 Series BMW circles around him. He rides on top of it and dances alongside it. Eventually, a fleet of rainbow-colored BMWs, including red, green, and blue ones, join the party, performing donuts in the parking lot while Khalid sits in the middle of it all.
“Nothing feels better than this,” sings Khalid, who recently teamed up with Shawn Mendes in the video for “Youth.”
“Better” is one of five tracks off his Suncity EP, which dropped last month. Khalid is now working on his sophomore album for release early next year.
KYLE and Alessia Cara share the spotlight in the quirky video for their collaboration “Babies.”
Set in a colorful world, the fun and whimsical clip finds KYLE navigating young love. He picnics with oversized food, gets chased by “Gyalzilla” through Toronto, and rides in a red Lamborghini with Alessia. His co-star also joins him as a phone operator at the heartbreak hotline, where they give out free love readings for $4.99 a minute.
“Babies” is the latest release from KYLE’s gold-certified debut album, Light of Mine. The star of Netflix’s “The After Party” is currently traveling the country on “The Lightspeed World Tour,” his biggest headline tour to date. The 29-city North American leg wraps Nov. 17 in Hollywood.
Surrounded by a marching band, Swizzy gets the party started before being joined by French. They stand atop a fire engine with sirens blaring and French pays respect to his late friend Chinx while posted up in front of a mural.
Fresh off the television debut of her new single “thank u, next,” Ariana Grande keeps on “breathin” with the video for her Sweetener standout.
The Hannah Lux Davis-directed clip finds the pop superstar at a train station while the world passes her by at a dizzying pace. “Just keep breathin’ and breathin’ and breathin’ and breathin’,” she sings. “I know I gotta keep, keep on breathin’.”
Grande stuns in a sparkly black top, leather pants, and an oversized blazer, and floats above the clouds while swinging in a heavenly scene.
“breathin” is the fourth visual from Sweetener following “God is a woman,” “the light is coming,” and “no tears left to cry.” Ariana is now readying her next album thank u, next featuring her single of the same name.
The elusive songstress takes off her signature shades and reveals another layer to herself in the stripped-down clip. The Lacey Duke-directed visual was shot over the course of two nights in Miami and finds the singers reminiscing over what could have been. They show off their chemistry, getting up close and personal in the intimate scenes.