After giving her first live televised of her new single Dinero, Jennifer Lopez unleashed her black and white video directed by Joseph Kahn.
Last week TDE songstress SZA teases us when she dropped a quick preview to her new video which features Donald Glover. Now today the singer/songwriter unleashed the full video to her single Garden (Say It Like Dat).
Directed by Karena Evans (Drake’s “God’s Plan” and “Nice for What”), the dreamy four-minute clip opens with SZA lying on the beach at night, as she explores tropical gardens, and cozies up Woth her co star Donald Glover. The video also has a cameo from SZA’s mother Audrey Rowe, who joins SZA at the end of the video.
Just days after releasing his official first single Doesn’t Matter, critically acclaimed singer, songwriter GALLANT released the official video to his official single.
“Here’s the video for ‘Doesn’t Matter’ — I’m not gonna say more because long captions make me nervous that by the end of them I’ll learn something about myself that I didn’t want to know.” Said Gallant before debuting his new video.
Along with unveiling his new video Gallant also shared the upcoming dates to his “Too Good To Be,” tour. Supported by artists Cautious Clay and Jamila Woods on select dates. Set to kick off October 18t in Atlanta, the 18 city tour will hit cities including Nashville, Washington D.C., New York, Philadelphia, Toronto, Montreal, and more.
After making her return to music with her new singles Chun-Li and Barbie Tingz, YMCMB rap Queen Nicki Minaj is back again with the official videos to her new singles.
“Barbie Tingz” and “Chun-Li” are set to appear on Minaj’s forthcoming fourth album. She will perform both tracks on the season finale of “SNL” on May 19.
When she’s not holding it down on our T.V. screens every Wednesday night on FOX’s hit show Empire, singer/actor Serayah come into her own as an artist. Just last year the 22-year-old singer released her first original song Driving Me, now she is back once again with her new mesmerizing song and video for “GTTM (Going Through The Motions)”.
R&B has a new star and her name is Ella Mai. With her hit single, Boo’d Up from her Ready EP, continues to climb up the charts, the London-born songstress debuted the official video.
“I didn’t want the video to be overly romantic,” Mai tells Billboard, who premiered the video. “I wanted it to have more of a fun feel: kind of like a date night with the person I’m talking about. There’s a story line but it’s more so about capturing different moments with friends and then just myself and my love interest.” Check out the video below.
Ariana Grande returns with her brand new single “No Tears Left To Cry” Produced by Max Martin and ILYA, written by Ariana, Max Martin, ILYA, and Savan Kotecha, “No Tears Left To Cry” is the first single from her upcoming highly anticipated album. In addition, Ariana unveiled the Dave Meyers directed video.
Since the release of his debut Album Sum Of My Music, Jussie Smollett has been keeping very busy. Just yesterday the singer/actor premiered the video for his latest single, “Hurt People.” The follow up to his Swizz Beatz produced single “Catch Your Eye.”
Says Smollett of the “Hurt People” video: “I hope and pray this visual will both entertain and inspire. The theme of tolerance and love was completely inspired by Nelson Mandela and the triumphant spirit of the people of South Africa and all African nations that lives within all of us regardless of race, gender or sexual orientation. This is an anthem for every person that is ready to break the cycle of hurt people hurting people.”
Along with debuting his new video on Billboard, Jussie also announced his world tour which kicks off on April 20 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.
Sum of My Music Tour:
April 20 – Dubai, United Arab Emirates
May 7 – Cologne, Germany, Luxor
May 8 – Frankfurt, Germany, Zoom
May 9 – Berlin, Germany, Lido
May 10 – Cannes, France, VIP Room
May 17 – Oakland, CA, Complex
May 19 – Long Beach, CA, Long Beach Pride Festival
May 20 – Santa Ana, CA, Constellation Room
May 21 – Los Angeles, Roxy
May 25 – Philadelphia, Coda
May 26 – Washington, D.C., U Street
May 27 – New York, SOB’s
May 29 – Atlanta, The Masquerade (Hell)
June 1: Houston, Satellite Bar
June 2 – Austin, Empire Control Room
June 3 – Dallas, Deep Ellum Art Co
June 5 – St. Louis, Old Rock House
June 8 – Cleveland, Grog Shop
June 9 – Milwaukee, Milwaukee Pride Festival
June 10 – Chicago, Subterranean
June 12 – Detroit, El Club
July 7 – New Orleans, Essence Festival