Machine Gun Kelly explores a relationship’s bitter end with his colorful “The Break Up” video. Director Jordan Wozy follows the rapper and his ex as they air grievances over the phone, shifting through color-coded rooms that include one filled with cacti and another with “Fuck You” balloons.
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The rapper also marked Valentine’s Day by launching another unsentimental project: his 1-800-The-Break-Up website, which allows users to text custom relationship-ending messages or pre-set, greeting card-styled disses. (Samples of the latter include “Wanna see a magic trick? Poof! You’re single” and “Our relationship is like a fat guy – it’s not working out.”)
“The Break Up” appears on the deluxe reissue of the rapper’s third LP, 2017’s bloom. Last year, he also teamed with X Ambassadors and Bebe Rexa for the single “Home,” featured on the soundtrack to Will Smith action-thriller Bright.
Machine Gun Kelly – who was recently cast as Tommy Lee in the upcoming Motley Crue biopic The Dirt – will join Fall Out Boy on their upcoming North American Mania tour, which kicks off August 29th in Uniondale, New York. This article originally appeared in RollingStone
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Eminem traces a relationship from hopeful beginning to volatile end in the new, documentary-style “River” video, featuring guest singer Ed Sheeran.
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The clip opens with an unseen director interviewing Eminem, the rapper’s fictional girlfriend and her ex-husband about their cycles of romance and despair. “My personal life is not exactly a highlight reel,” Eminem says as the video veers from the idyllic first stages of his relationship to a heated argument about an unplanned pregnancy.
“What else can I say? It was fun for a while/ That I really woulda’ loved your smile,” Eminem rhymes. “Didn’t really want to abort/ But fuck it – what’s one more lie to tell an unborn child?” The visual ends with the rapper back in interview mode, admitting, “What the song means to me is something that I felt like I needed to get off my chest.”
“River” is the second single from Eminem’s recently-issued ninth LP, 2017’s Revival. This article originally appeared in RollingStone
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Just 11 days after dropping “Florida Boy,” the first single from his forthcoming 10th studio album, Port of Miami 2: Born to Kill, Rick Ross returns with a video for his ode to the Sunshine State. The Sam Sneak-produced track features fellow Floridians Kodak Black (prior to his arrest) and T-Pain, along with a plethora of cameos from FLA hip-hop mainstays.
The Maybach Music Group CEO begins the lavish video cruising on the highway along the Miami port on a serene day in a pink convertible. Rozay begins his verse shouting out the song’s title followed by, “Where we play football and sell dope.” Tallahassee’s own is riding shotgun with a couple of beautiful women joining the veteran rapper in the backseat.
The 42-year-old makes it a point to represent the bubbling generational talent coming out of Dade County. Hip-hop mogul DJ Khaled joins Rozay on set for a short appearance, in addition to vignettes from Flo Rida, DJ Sam Sneak, Billy Blue and emerging artists like Kiddo Marv and more. This article originally appeared in Billboard
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“Trigger Bang” is a song by English singer-songwriter Lily Allen, featuring English rapper Giggs. It was released on 12 December 2017 as the lead single from Allen’s upcoming fourth studio album, No Shame. It is her first official release since her third studio album, Sheezus, and the first official single released by Allen since “As Long as I Got You”. The song was teased and leaked a night prior to its official release.
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Migos has released the video for their Pharrell-produced Culture II single “Stir Fry.” Directed by Sing J. Lee and Quavo, the video finds Migos in a Chinatown tong-style bar, playing mahjong and fighting a triad boss; Pharrel also makes an appearance. The Shaw Brothers-esque video pays homage to the golden age of kung fu flicks.
The Pharrell-produced “Stir Fry” is one of three singles from Culture II, along with “Supastars” and “MotorSport” featuring Nicki Minaj and Cardi B. The 24-track LP also features guest spots from Drake, 2 Chainz, Ty Dolla $ign, Big Sean, Travis Scott, 21 Savage and Post Malone. This article originally appeared in Hypebeast.
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Music video by Migos performing Stir Fry. (C) 2017 Quality Control Music, LLC and UMG Recordings, Inc.
“Breathe” is a song by English DJ and record producer Jax Jones, featuring Norwegian singer/songwriter Ina Wroldsen and co-written by Fred Gibson. It was released on 1 December 2017 through Polydor Records. The song has peaked at number 12 on the UK Singles Chart, seven in Scotland and nine in Ireland. From Wikipedia
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Krewella launches a fresh video! It was shot for the new single track NEW WORLD, a collaboration with Yellow Claw and Vava. The sisters report on the new single: “’New World’ is about cultural diversity. Embracing your skin color, flaunting your differences. Loving your ethnic background in a world that many times tells you to hate it. The world is going to be a bunch of mixed kids someday. The real melting pot. That is the New World.” This article originally appeared in Hitzound.
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