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    Yella Beezy is a "Rich MF"

    Yella Beezy is a "Rich MF"

    Yella Beezy is a “Rich MF.” And he shows out in his new video for the flossy single.

    Landing in a private jet dripping in gold and green paint, Dallas’ rising star is met with a red carpet and heavy security as hops into his ride - complete with its own driver, of course. The transitioning scenes follow Beezy through a casino where cash falls from the sky, as he shows off all his gold chains, iced out pendants, bracelets and watches.

    As if the entire video wasn’t enough of a testament to his growing riches - Beezy closes the video with a shot of his name scrolling across a blimp high above the city.

     

     

    DJ Snake Recruits J BALVIN & Tyga For "Loco Contigo" Video

    DJ Snake Recruits J BALVIN & Tyga For "Loco Contigo" Video

    DJ Snake, J Balvin and Tyga just want to get “Loco Contigo” on their latest collaborative release. Dubbing it the new Summer anthem, the fiery single gets a visual treatment from director, Colin Tilley. In the vibrant clip, the trio of music stars are seen cruising in a pink Cadillac, across a desert - camels & all.

    Drawing inspiration from the Burning Man festival/party, the colorful aesthetics are met with seductive rhythms, on this bilingual banger.

    DJ Snake shows no signs of cooling down this Summer. “Loco Contigo” follows Snake’s collaborative single “Enzo” with Sheck Wes, Offset, 21 Savage and Gucci Mane.

    In the song, Tyga raps, “Party won’t stop, and it’s four o’clock. Iced out watch. I can get you one,” as he shows off a shiny new time piece on screen. Similar to those found in the “Watches” section of our website.

    All three artists can also be seen in colorful sunglasses, which is a must-have for the sunny season ahead. 

     

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    Future Drops 3 New Music Videos Off "Save Me" EP

    On the heels of his “Save Me’ EP release, Future keeps the momentum flowing with there new music video drops. “Xanax Damage,” “Love Thy Enemies,” and “Government Official,” are all cuts off the EP and have all received a video treatment - courtesy of director, Enfants Riches Deprimes - founder of Henri Alexander Levy.

    First up is “XanaX Damage,” where the partly animated clip embodies Future’s rockstar persona - leather biker jacket, cross earring and all. The vintage aesthetic follows Future singing into a phone as visual depictions of battling his personal demons flash the screen. The dark theme continues in the video for “Love Thy Enemies.”

    In the video for “Government Official,” Future is dripped in designer as he rides shogun with the top down. Here, he keeps the Punk/Rock inspired looks going as well.

    Watch below.

    OOfcourse, we spotted some ice on Future in each of the videos. 

     

    Black Eyed Peas Link With Snoop Dogg on "Be Nice"

    Black Eyed Peas Link With Snoop Dogg on "Be Nice"

    King Ice collaborator, and supporter, Snoop Dogg, has linked up with multi-platinum group, Black Eyed Peas, for the video release of their collaborative single, “Be Nice.” The feel-good record premiered on NBC’s “Songland” last week - and was quickly given a visual treatment, directed by Kevin “NoMSG” Chao.

    With a new album on the way, the Black Eyed Peas look to spread positivity with this anthemic single. The song was actually the result of the creative collaboration between Songland contestants, Adam Friedman and Dean Friedman.

    While many consider them to be “mainstream” Pop, BEP have proven themselves to be versatile artists - having worked with some of Hip Hop’s biggest names including Nas, Timbaland, and Q-Tip (to name a few). Now, add Snoop Dogg to that list!

    Snoop’s magnetic personality translates well on the upbeat groove as he joins the iconic trio for a “good vibes only” type of record.

    “We should just pow wow, and all of us meet up. And fight for each other, not one another. And when we talk, be nice to each other. Be cordial, be glad, be happy not sad.”

     

    New Video: YG Faces His Demons “In The Dark”

    New Video: YG Faces His Demons “In The Dark”

    This past Friday, YG released his highly anticipated “4REAL 4REAL” album. And to jumpstart the new week, he’s unveiled the visuals for his single, “In The Dark” - a cut off the project. In the clip, YG faces his demons after finishing ab bottle of Tequila Diablo. In an alternate universe, the Bompton rapper is surrounded by women dressed in scantily red outfits paired with devil horns, as he meets the Devil. The video takes a twisted turn as the dance floor gets over run with blood and a demon-like figure is seen strangling YG.

    The dark visuals have a lot of hidden meaning, while the lyrics are pretty straightforward.

    “I’m in the dark going brazy. I’m in the dark doin’ 20 past 80. My life dark but I see the truth. Pop up on your b*tch like peek-a-boo. I’m in the coupe, I don’t need the roof.”