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Fresh from dropping her new project Fever, H-Town’s one Megan Thee Stallion returns with official video for her single “Realer.”

Along with the debut of her new video, Megan also graced the cover of Fader magazine and she was also nominated for best female Hip-Hop act for the 2019 BET awards. Check out the new video below.

Chris Brown, has released the vibrant and high-energy visual for the catchy bounce single, “Wobble Up,” featuring Nicki Minaj and G-Eazy. Directed by Brown and Arrad, the colorful and lively visual switches between shots of the three hitmakers in paradise, and Brown performing some impressive choreography alongside a crowd of dancers in a neon-lit room.

“Wobble Up” marks the third single and visual off Brown’s highly anticipated 9th studio album, INDIGO. Earlier this year, Brown released the tracks and accompanying visuals for “Undecided” and “Back to Love.” As fans await Brown’s latest album, they can catch the singer perform at the inaugural Tycoon Music Festival (June 8) in Atlanta.

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Last night Dj Khaled released his long-awaited new LP Father Of Asahd. Along with debuting his new album, DJ Khaled unveiled his SZA assisted video for Just Us. The song samples OutKast’s Stankonia classic “Ms. Jackson,” while the Joseph Kahn-directed clip draws inspiration from Game of Thrones.

In addition to “Just Us,” Khaled plans to drop three more visuals for “Celebrate,” “Jealous,” and “Holy Mountain” later today. This weekend, he will make his debut on the season finale of “SNL,” which promises to be a star-studded affair.

Check out the other visuals DJ Khaled has released to celebrate his new album.

DJ Khaled – Higher ft. Nipsey Hussle, John Legend

DJ Khaled – Celebrate ft. Travis Scott, Post Malone

DJ Khaled – Jealous ft. Chris Brown, Lil Wayne, Big Sean

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Last week Dreamville’s one Ari Lennox relaxed her debut album “Shea Butter Baby.” Now this week the songstress returns with the official video to her track “Up Late.”

In the simplistic video Ari is seen performing in a green field along with the track’s producer Maségo, who plays the saxophone.
“Up late again / Head on my chest, hand on my ass,” sings Ari on the sultry R&B tune.

Ari continues to promote her debut release as she kicked off her 24-city “Shea Butter Baby Tour,” over the weekend.

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As her 7th studio album made it’s debut today, Ciara unveiled a glimpse into her world as she shared the personal video for Beauty Marks. In the new clip directed by Ciara, her self features personal moments from her life including her wedding to Russell Wilson, delivery room footage from the birth of their daughter Sienna, and Baby Future as he meets his baby sister for the first time in the hospital.

“Here it is guys. Sharing some of the most vulnerable & special moments of my life w/ you,” wrote Ciara. “This album, song, and video symbolizes how we can turn our scars into #BeautyMarks & there’s no greater feeling than turning your tears of sorrow into tears of joy.”

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Before they head out in their joint tour this summer, music legends Mary J. Blige and Nas have teamed up on a new track called “Thriving.” “We not just surviving / Yeah, we thriving over here,” she sings before offering some advice: “Hold your crown up to the sky.”

The new song made its premiere during Ebro Darden’s Beats 1 radio show. Mary appeared on the show to introduce the track and to speak on her and Nas’ forthcoming tour. MJB and Nas Royalty tour kicks off July 11 in West Palm Beach, Fla. before traveling to Atlanta, Houston, Las Vegas, Boston, and more.

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Iggy Azalea catapulted to #1 on YouTube following the release of “Sally Walker” and today, she has revealed the epic video for “Started,” which will surely follow. The four-time Grammy-nominated and multi-platinum artist endured 10-outfit changes, and plays out a sordid tale of money and unhappily-ever-after, with guest appearances from Trixie Mattel as well as Miss Vanjie. The stunning video was directed by frequent collaborator Colin Tilley.

This song follows her single “Sally Walker,” which peaked at #3 on the U.S. iTunes chart, making it her fourth time in the Top 5. That video continues to garner views daily and has since surpassed 52M since its release. Both songs are featured on her greatly anticipated forthcoming album, In My Defense.

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Newly independent singer Fantasia is back! After releasing a Christmas album 2 years ago, the American Idol winner is back with brand new music. This past week Fantasia teased us all when she announced her new single Enough, keeping with her Rock Soul genre Fantasia takes us back to the days of that Rock soul power ballads.

“I can’t get enough ’cause I need you baby, baby, by my side/ You can give me your time/ And I’ll always ask for more/ ‘Cause forever just ain’t long enough,” she sings on the chorus. Along with debuting her new single Tasia also released the black and white Derek Blanks-directed video. Enough is the first taste of what Fantasia has in store from her highly anticipated 6th LP the follow-up to 2016’s ‘The Definition Of’.

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2019 has been great for H.E.R, after winning two Grammy wins and performing at Coachella, things have been nothing but uphill for the talented singer/songwriter. While currently crafting her debut LP. H.E.R took today to unleash her brand new video for Hard Place.

In the new clip, H.E.R finds her relationship gets tested. After a joint gig with her boyfriend, a label rep tries to sign H.E.R. After taking the meeting we see H.E.R. career skyrocket as her boyfriend is left still playing small club gigs.

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FKA twigs returns today with her first new music in over three years. Written and produced by FKA twigs with Jeff Kleinman and Michael Uzowuru, “Cellophane” is twigs’ most vulnerable song to date and is an enticing first glimpse of what to expect from her second album; the follow up to her Mercury Prize and Brit Award nominated 2014 debut, LP1. “Cellophane” Talking about the process, FKA twigs says, “throughout my life, I’ve practiced my way to being the best I could be, it didn’t work this time. I had to tear down every process I’d ever relied on. go deeper. rebuild. start again”

“Cellophane” is accompanied by a video directed by Andrew Thomas Huang. The video is a powerful visual contrast to the vulnerability of the song’s lyrics (“Didn’t I do it for you? Why don’t I do It for you?”) and stars FKA twigs in a role that she trained for months in advance for, adding another facet to her enviable multi-disciplinary skill set.