The video finds the California rapper bored as hell on day 69 of self-isolation and in need of some self-encouragement, and what better way to lift your spirits than to look at yourself in the mirror and say to yourself: "damn, I look good to-day!"
YBN Nahmir turns up at the race track with G-Eazy and Offset in the video for his new single "2 Seater."
If rap somehow never worked out for Drake and Future, they would probably be great coworkers. Possibly, the littiest blue collar workers ever.
Big Sean's female fans are losing their minds on Twitter after the rapper said he made his Jhené Aiko climax nine times in one day.
DaBaby brings "BOP" to Broadway in his latest music video, which he's calling a "Hip Hop Musical."
The long-awaited music video for Megan Thee Stallion's hit single "Hot Girl Summer," featuring Nicki Minaj and Ty Dolla $ign has finally arrived to...
The dance-heavy clip, directed by Dave Meyers and Daniel Russell, gives off major #TBT vibes as the Former Fifth Harmony singer recreates scenes from classic music videos from the early 2000s, including Beyoncé's "Crazy In Love" and Jennifer Lopez's "I'm Real."
Doja Cat teams up with Tyga as she shows off her ass-ets in the booty-full video for her newest single "Juicy."
Just days before Nipsey Hussle was shot and killed on March 31st, he filmed a music video for a song he has with DJ...
After burning up the charts with "Finesse (Remix)," Cardi B and Bruno Mars are back for another round with their second collaboration, "Please Me."
In the vintage clip, Offset and Gucci Mane star as 1920s gangsters who, along with their "Bando Brothers" crew, pull of an elaborate bank heist.
The Cole Bennett-directed video finds Cardi dressed in red paisley print and rhinestones while as she raps in front of a matching car and also twerks on top of it.
Offset relives the car crash that almost claimed his life last year in the music video for "Red Room," the lead single from his debut studio album.
Normani is making "Waves" in the video for her debut single featuring 6lack.
Meek Mill and Drake dropped the official music video for their latest collaboration, "Going Bad," proving that their beef is really a thing of the past.