Sorry guys, its been a while since I’ve updated. The website was hacked and had to be recovered. But I’m back now! So in-case you’ve missed it, here’s a music video of Meek Mill feat. Drake – ‘Amen’.
2 Chainz and Drake go hard in the paint in the black-and-white video for “No Lie,” the first single off 2 Chainz’ Def Jam debut Based on a T.R.U. Story, available August 14. The tourmates, who just wrapped the “Club Paradise” tour, hold court with women in masks as black paint trickles down the white walls. The former Playaz Circle member drips in swag, while Drizzy smokes the hookah in the stylish visuals, directed by X.
Shanell steals the spotlight in the smoldering video for “So Good” featuring Lil Wayne and Drake. The Young Money crew pulls into a drive-in movie theater, where Lil Wayne pops the trunk on a Porsche Panamera and unveils his sexy protégée. Drizzy appears on the projection screen as Ms. Shanell flirts with Denver Broncos running back Willis McGahee.
As the sun rises the next morning, she puts the moves on her hunky co-star, with her seductive song “6 AM” serving as the soundtrack.
Shanell is working on her long-awaited debut album and will release her mixtape Nobody’s Bitch next month.
Tyga kicks it old school in the video for his Careless World single “Still Got It” featuring Drake. Set in Harlem in the early ’90s, the Young Money rapper spits game to a girl, while wearing a Fendi bucket hat, puffy jacket, gold chains, and holding a retro cell phone. But after his leading lady (Audra Simmons of RichGirl) walks away with another guy, gunfire erupts and the block disperses. Drake does not appear in the video, but look for a cameo from Teyana Taylor.
Watch behind scene footage of Drake‘s “HYFR” music video featuring Lil Wayne. Derrick G provides us with some really good footage and from the looks of it, seems like the shooting of that video was a lot of fun.
On Friday night Drake released both the videos for his Rihanna collaboration, “Take Care”, as well as the one for “HYFR”, in which Lil Wayne’s turn at a guest spot as he rocks a panda bear mask this video is exceptionally good Watch below the video directed by Joseph Labisi and LiL X for Drake’s re-Bar Mitzvahed, Mazel tov from I-likeitalot.com beautiful people.
Drake drops the long-awaited video for his Rihanna-featured title track/single for “Take Care,” in which he and the singer get cozy in the Yoann Lemoine-directed clip.
“It had to go through a process — I shot it with a director who’s incredible and we were just very specific about it,” Drake told Capital FM (via Rap-Up.com). “It’s a big record and a lot of footage. It’s very artistic very abstract video — something that I wasn’t used to. I’m usually sued to a very straight forward concept, so I’m really excited for people to see it because it’s actually just something beautiful to look at.”
Drake’s Take Care album is out now.