The beat of the song is good but that’s about it because the video is horrible!
During last nights episode of Love and Hip Hop Atlanta season 2 episode 6, things got a little heated after K.Michelle called Nikko and Johnny gay. Mimi not only set it off on K.Michelle, but she also channeled a little of her anger over to her BFF Arianne.
Once the show was over, I was too lazy to look for the video, but thanks to YouTubers it wasn’t that hard to find.
I can’t remember the last video Iggy Azalea dropped so I’m happy to say she recently traveled to Mumbai, India to shoot her music video for her newest single ‘Bounce’ which will be on her debut album ‘The New Classic’
Girl from the ‘I Hit It First’ video NOT Kim Kardashian
TMZ never post music videos but she SURE made sure they posted this one!
A few moments ago, Ray J’s FULL music video for his new single “I hit It First” dropped and I find it funny that he said the song wasn’t about Kim Kardashian but the main girl in the video not only LOOKS just like Kim, but she dresses and even moves like Kim Kardashian. Yes, Ray J did a good job on making sure people pay attention to his up and coming project. However the only issue is people wouldn’t care if it wasn’t about Kim Kardashian.
Check out the music video below and post your thoughts!
“If obstacles were optional, would you dodge them?” – Mega EvErs
Moments ago, Mega EvErs dropped his music video for his newest single ‘True Talk 2.’ The song talks about Mega’s life experiences here in the NW with his family, friends and haters. When I asked Mega EvErs about the concept for the song and video, he said:
True Talk 2 is my one on one with my fans and fans of music that still upholds integrity. Thats the just of it. The video was shot to portray that as well…It wasnt performed and didn’t have any acting in it. Just me talking to you, the viewer, fan, hater etc…saying True Talk. S/o Terrance Creighton – Mega EvErs
Towards the end of the video you see Mega’s very own mother saying “You are the plan,” but then almost cries at the end. I think for any mother [not that I have kids,] seeing their son not give up on his dream, and take his music career into his own hands, is always going to be a proud moment.