Today, a preview of the the video for âWhy I Do It" has surfaced. Directed by Payne Lindsey, the video features August and Wayne in front of standard studio lights...
After dropping two singles âHip-Hopâ and the Lil Wayne-assisted âWhy I Do It,â August Alsina has finally announced the name of his forthcoming sophomore offering...
Today, the youngâun enlists the talents of fellow Nawlinâs rapper Lil Wayne for his new single âWhy I Do It.â This will most likely be blasting over the airwaves for the rest of the year as two of New Orleans' best in the game!
In the clip, August sings for better days ahead while footage of current police brutality intertwines with people supporting the #BlackLivesMatter Movement...
Fans are still awaiting word on Augustâs eye surgery recovery, however the New Orleans-bred singer must be ok, because heâs hopped into the studio to record a remix on Jeremih and J. Coleâs single âPlanesâ for a dope flip.
Assumed to be from his forthcoming sophomore album (due out later this year), the short, Greystone Park-produced song has August telling a love interest that big things come in big packages, even using a few Usher and Xscape references.
August Alsina has been through a lot in his young, 22-year-old lifeâ¦from poverty, to losing his older brother, to the grind of becoming a R&B star, to suffering seizures last year, to now another hurdle to overcome...losing his vision.
Today, August Alsina has released an lyric video for his hot new single âHip Hopâ in preparation for his sophomore project. Using fun, animated images, Alsina sings about the focus on his blessings and a better tomorrow.
It's been a year since August Alsina released his debut album Testimony (April 2014 - hard to believe, isnât?), and to celebrate the anniversary, he releases a remix of version of "Right There," featuring Nicki Minaj's new rumored fiance Meek Mill.
August Alsina is ready to launch his sophomore project. To start generating anticipation for the forthcoming opus, the New Orleans R&B artist issue the new single, "Hip Hop," a soulful record, which sees him reminiscing about his past life