An easy way to piss Shanell off is to forget about her. Things get pretty psychotic in the music video for 'You Forgot About Me,' a new holiday single from the R&B songstress, which follows up last year's '4 Christmas' project.
Actor/singer-songwriter and producer Stefon Washington (Stefon4u)drops his new 90s-leaning video "No Emotions." Stefon plays Puffy in the upcoming Tupac movie All Eyez On Me, and he certainly channels the hip-hop mogul in this video: from his dance moves to delivery, this sounds like a vintage Bad Boy cut!
Singer, songwriter Sexton returns with the brand new single and music video "Do For It," featuring veteran rapper Too $hort.
OVO Sound duo DVSN (pronounced Division) drops the medley video for two tracks off of their project Sept 5th, "With Me" and "Do It Well."
During his hiatus, R&B artist Lloyd improved his instrumentation talents and on Christmas Day, he showed off his guitar skills for the world to see. The "You" hitmaker unwrapped footage of an acoustic live studio version of "Tru," which appears on his EP of the same name.
In the clip, Karina is in the studio, but she misses her beau during the holidays and is inspired to write a song. She begins to reminisce over the good times they had...that is, until the end...
Atlanta-based singer/songwriter Diamond Cheri drops the visual for her new single "Alone." In the clip, she plays a bar maid who's singing abound the bar and is overheard by the owner...
Last summer, R&B/Pop chanteuse Miesa released the single, "Sway (I Miss You)," and today, she's back with the emotional visual. Produced by her long-time collaborators The Chemistri and songwriters JacksonCroft, the song is an anthem about the ability to conquer the pangs of heartache through your favorite song.
Malachiae Warren calls out disloyal dudes and unfaithful chicks in 'Fake friends,' a remix to Drake's hit record. In the accompanying clip, the rising R&B heartthrob hits the streets with what we guess are his real homies, and his shorty, who has motives of her own.
Directed by Sean Alexander, the visual sees Blake as an observant tourist in the foreign country, taking in and immersing himself in the culture