This two parter starts with "Liquour," a trippy detour through the more psychedelic side of Hype WIlliams — especially "PYHWMECS" — and ends with "Zero" and the kind of big dance routine that reminds you that the Michael Jackson comparisons remain strong with CB.
Wale might have Seinfeld on lock, but Big Sean is repping hard for Martin with this perfect homage to the breakthrough Martin Lawrence sitcom with Chris Brown, Ty Dolla $ign, Jhene Aiko, French Montana and several old Martin stars (including the man himself) on-board for the video remake.
It's the end of the world as we know it, but Ariana Grande looks like she'll do just fine in this apocalyptic adventure directed by screenwriter Max Landis — who is indeed the song of music video legend John Landis.
Ayo, this is how you go big for a music video. Chris Brown reteams with director Colin Tilley for a throwback to the Bad Boy heyday, focusing in on a larger-than-life competition with Tyga that starts with a Gold Toilet and ends with a fast and furious car race.