Wiz Khalifa‘s built quite the label with Taylor Gang. Over the years, he’s built a solid roster of artists to help build the brand to what it is today. One of the newest signees on his label is Raven Felix. She recently dropped her debut album, Valifornication at the tail end of September. One of the stand-out tracks and a lead single from the project was the Wiz Khalifa-assisted “Job Done.” She dropped the single prior to the album’s arrival and the track helped garner more buzz around the project. Today, she drops off the video for the single.
Wiz Khalifa and Raven Felix join forces on her latest video for “Job Done.” The two of them are seen flexing at a garage where they’re seen leaned up on some luxurious sports vehicles while surrounded by neon lights. Raven Felix is later seen on the roof of some high rise buildings where she delivers her verses. While there isn’t much going on throughout the video, it still captures the vibe of the song. For Raven Felix, it’s dope to see her alongside the Taylor Gang head honcho while holding down her own.
The video serves as the second off the project. Around a month a go, she previously delivered the video for the Kap G assisted “Phase Me” off her album.
Raven Felix is definitely someone to keep an eye out right now. She only released her debut album a little over a month ago but she’s been steadily on the grind for the past few years. Now that she’s finally getting the attention she deserves for her work, it’ll be interesting to see what her next move is. With Wiz Khalifa’s Rolling Papers 2 on the way, hopefully we’ll see her have some sort of contribution to the project.
Music video by Raven Felix feat. Wiz Khalifa performing Job Done (Official Video). © 2017 Taylor Gang / EMPIRE
Gucci Mane might be getting ready for his wedding day later this month on Oct. 17, but until then, he’s celebrating being a bachelor while he still can. Recruiting Offset for his new record, “Met Gala,” the Atlanta natives come together to throw an epic lingerie house party for the music video.
The bright new visuals, directed by Be El Be, show the Migos member kicking things off in the living room, where he is surrounded by tons of beauties sporting bras, panties and even fishnet stockings to keep things sexy. As viewers are taken through shots of the bombshells throughout the house, showing off their dance moves, we find Guwop in the bathroom with some more women, but he keeps his hands to himself.
“Met Gala” comes straight off of Gucci’s Drop Top Wop project from back in May, which was produced by Metro Boomin. It’s just one of a slew of crazy guest verses Offset has delivered this year.
The East Atlanta Santa rapper will be walking down the aisle to his longtime lady, Keyshia Ka’oir, later this month at the Four Seasons in Miami, and will be debuting the special surrounding the big day on BET. The wedding itself is slated to cost a whopping total of $1 million. Review Found On XXL Mag
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Some of the most memorable pop videos in history have involved a fluffy white gown, a jilted groom, and a smashed-up multi-tier cake. Just ask Mariah, Gwen, or Katy, who have all put varying twists on the wedding day theme. Sweden’s exuberant pop artist Tove Styrke joins that list with “Mistakes” — a song which sits somewhere between the crisp rhythms of this year’s “Say My Name” and the straightforward pop joy of her 2011 breakout, “Call My Name.”
The cinematic “Mistakes” visual shows Styrke fleeing a church and tossing away her bouquet while running through epic scenery on the Swedish island of Gotland. Later, there’s a breathtaking visual twist in the middle 8, as the video expands in scope and flips to Styrke at a champagne-fueled rave with a bunch of other runaway brides.
“The song is about embracing your wrongs, letting go of yourself and not being perfect,” said Styrke via email. “The bride to me is an image of ‘perfection,’ and it was fun to put a twist on that. It’s more like she’s running back to herself rather than running away.
“I find that there’s both loneliness and empowerment in running; we wanted the video to balance between those two. The end scene was the perfect way to wrap up the story and make it bigger than just me — in a few seconds it multiplies by about 50 people. I love that.” Review Found On The Fader
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Dream team at work, as Bassjackers teams up with duo Breathe Carolina and LA based Apek! Watch out, because this tune is highly infectious and should spread its virus big time. The Fever is a big room banger bound to hit so strong that it will blow your speakers like an epidemic. Heavy vocals, sturdy kicks and strong synth chords will get things in a frenzy soon enough!
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Director: Vincent Vianen
Producer: Phong Huynh
Director of Photography: Ahmed Barakat
Camera: Gijsbrecht Den Engelse & Phong Huynh
Camera Assistent: Anna Visser
MUA: Vito Van Haagen
VFX supervisor: Jorn Boven
VFX: Victor Frerichs & Vincent Vianen
Gaffer: Ruben Soekhan
Runner: Naomi Solis
Editor: Vincent Vianen
Colorist: Phong Huynh & Vincent Vianen
Fight coordinator: Jorghino Girbaran
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Rising pop princess Nina Nesbitt is about to usher you right on over to the ~feels~ section in her latest video, which sees her imagine her ex-lover being intimate with another girl.
The Scottish singer, who cut her teeth on YouTube covers, has quickly become recognizable for her magnetic sound, which blends pop and RnB. “The Best You Had” visual tells the story of lost of love, with Nina having to face the prospect of continuing on without her former flame, before eventually coming to terms with the fact their breakup meant his loss.
“I really wanted to make a video that brought to life the fear you have of an ex moving on to someone better than you,” Nina says. “It represents the way your imagination runs wild with all the possibilities. We used two mirrored rooms, one with me and one with my ex and his new love interest, showing all the things I feared. I wanted something that felt uncomfortably real to fit the lyrics of the song.” Review By PaperMag
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Innovators Tiësto & John Christian release the first track from CLUBLIFE, VOL. 5, the latest installment of Tiësto’s inimitable series, due out on October 6th.
“Scream” is a song by Dutch DJs and record producers Tiësto and John Christian. It was written by T. Dekkers, Tiësto and Christian, with production handled by the latter two. The song was released through Musical Freedom on September 8, 2017, as the lead single from Tiësto’s upcoming compilation album, Club Life: Volume Five China (2017). Wikipedia
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The 42-year-old entertainer has just dropped yet another fierce visual for a brand new song called “Like It Ain’t Nuttin,” which is set to be featured on her new solo album Double Dutchess.
Double Dutchess will be released on September 22, along with a visual experience called Double Dutchess: Seeing Double.
Stomping through a series of grungy grounds, Fergie goes in. “Nuttin” could have easily been a lead single and the video is a monster. In it, she rocks a short jet-black bob and struts around in fishnets, gets shadowed by a Cadillac in a parking garage and even gives a performance in an underground club.
I might have given the Double Dutchess hard time for her lack of action when the record leaked, but nothing can take away how epic her visuals and songs are. One of her best.
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