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South Florida based Poe Boy Music Group premieres Kulture Shock - "Sweet Life", through a series of events occurring in Miami, FL. Produced by The Oddictions, “Sweet Life” is a electric-dance-pop fun-filled, highly energetic song that embodies all the good things in life. The music video is directed, shot, and produced by Florida Film House, styled by Alessandra Gold and Michael Marchall, and makeup was of course done by Nina Arce of Nina’s Makeup. Kulture Shock's Sweet Life is currently available on iTunes.
DJ Khaled released the visuals for his newest made for radio cut “No New Friends,” a follow-up remix of Drake’s “Started From The Bottom” (they really just tweaked two layers of the beat and made Drake re-sing the “no new friends” part of SFTB to inject the reiteration with his R&B “I didn’t do it” voice popular among the 14 to 24 white female demographic) which is set to form part of Khaled’s forthcoming album Suffering From Success. The video for NNF had no need of big booties, champagne, gold chains, weird silk shirts, and helicopters/cars. In other words, it followed all the basic tenants of making a mainstream rap video in America.
A high quality version of Daft Punk's collaboration preview with Pharrell and Nile Rodgers has arrived....
One more track makes its way to the internet from Ghostface Killah and Adrian Young’s highly anticipated album Twelve Reason to Die. If the song title refers to...
Prepping for the release of his upcoming album Float, Styles P offers up the visuals for the first single off the project called “Hater Love,” featuring Sheek Louch....
Lila Wolken Remix is fastest views rising music video on YouTube Germany, a collective around German artists Marteria, Miss Platnum & Jasha
Trying to bring out the inner freaks in all of us, French Montana collaborates with Nicki Minaj to bring us a reiteration of "Freaks".
Happy Monday Fashion Nerrd's, today Kendrick Lamar brings us the official music video to his track “Poetic Justice” featuring Drake.
As we all know it, the Harlem Shake is the biggest fad going on these days, recently NY Harlem Azealia Banks released her own remix version of the inescapable “Harlem Shake” for Valentine’s Day and we have a video to go along with it.