Well the gang is all here as the entire cast of Think Like A Man returns for a second go round!
This one promises to be even more entertaining than the first one! Peep the trailer below …
Riss and Ry first came across SFPL’s radar with their dope cover of Ciara’s hit single “Body Party“.They are back with another soulful cover, this time the lovely duo pay homage to Aaliyah covering the late singer’s track “I Don’t Wanna”. One thing about covering Aaliyah songs is you gotta do them justice, they did just that. I’m looking forward to hearing some new material from the duo. Step into the new visual from Riss and Ry below.
Mack Wilds heads to the strip club for his latest visual for “Henny”, the next single off his Grammy nominated album New York: A Love Story. In the video Mack’s attention isn’t on the ladies working the poles but bottle girl serving him his Hennessy. Can’t say I blame Mack, the bottle girls/bartenders are running circles around the strippers now and days. Mobb Deep also makes a fitting cameo in the video as Mack sample’s their 2001 classic cut “Burn”. When it’s all said and done Mack gets what he wants, hmmm wonder if this visual leads into his next one, possibly “My Crib”? We shall see for now step into Mack’s visual for “Henny” below.
New York: A Love Story is available on iTunes.
Janelle Monàe and Miguel show off their on-camera chemistry in the Alan Ferguson directed visual for “PrimeTime”. The song is the current single off Janelle’s album The Electric Lady project and is a popular track on the album. In the video Miguel has eyes for Cindi Mayweather (Janelle) as she sparks his interest at the Electric Sheep Nightclub where she works at. The two lock eyes and the rest is history as they leave the lounge for a night of dancing, star-gazing and drinking. Checkout the dope visual for “PrimeTime” below and if you haven’t already pick up Janelle’s album The Electric Lady today.
A$AP Rocky and Rihanna cozy up to one another and go on shopping spree in the visual for “Fashion Killa”. Directed by himself and Virgil Abloh the two seem to have great on camera chemistry. As far as off camera chemistry hmmmmm. “Fashion Killa” lives on A$AP’s debut album ‘Long. Live.A$AP’ checkout the adorable visual below.
It’s an ode to the 80’s in the Bill Pope directed video/mini movie for Drake’s hit single “Hold On (Were Going Home)”. The video draws inspiration from the popular 80’s television sitcom ‘Miami Vice‘. In the video Drake gets a very disturbing phone call from Steven Bauer aka Manolo from ‘Scarface’ informing him his love interest has been kidnapped. Upon hearing the bad news Drake leaves the celebratory occasion in which he received a gracious toast from A$AP Rocky and heads to the scene of the abduction. It’s there he rounds up the crew to get his love back from the bad guys Fredo Santana and Steven Bauer . Watch the action packed visual for “Hold On (We’re Going Home)” below.
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