Jamie Lynn Spears not only reunites with her Zoey 101 castmates, but also musically collaborates with Chantal Jeffries in a music video that also features a cavalcade of social media influencers and other guest stars.
Closed borders and COVID conditions aren't enough of a reason for DJ Khaled to not cajole Drake into makin an awesome video for their collaboration. It does, however, require him to call in a massive favor to get a suitably big Popstar to play his role in this twisty comedic video directed by Julien Christian Lutz pka Director X.
This powerful BET Awards performance/video of "Rockstar" starts with a recreation of the George Floyd murder, cycles through heaven and then onto a street scene of a tense protest, eventually ending with a child holding a hopeful More Love sign.
Which Tyler The Creator do you want? This video offers two very stark choices: There's the provocative one who's willing to dangle from a noose and stare down an angy mob, but if that's a bit too aggro for you — did I mention he's in white face and that the mob is comprised solely of black people? — and there's the squeaky-clean Tyler who's solely about presenting soothing music in a simple setting.
The choice should be easy, even if it makes you uneasy.
It's hard to imagine anyone questioning Eve's obvious badassness, but just in case, director TAJ lets her state her case. The powerful performance is filtered through a variety of old school analog and cutting edge digital noise, all shot with a vintage, sepia-toned look that lets us know Eve isn't just fierce today, but always and forever.
While his partner goes off to do a little acting in Seattle, Big Boi keeps it realer than real in his Atlanta hometown. Director A. Papalexopoulos delivers the whiplash drive-bys and rapid fire performances from Sir Lucious Left Foot, The King of the South and the cop from that New Years Eve movie, all with a glorious old school feel that'll make you think your Motorola 2way is blowing up .