BOSSIP Premiere: The Bonfyre Unleashes Visuals For New Single “U Say” Featuring 6lack [VIDEO]

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The Bonfyre Drops Video For “U Say” Feat. 6lack

The Bonfyre’s first single “Automatic” went to the TOP of Billboard charts! Now she’s back with “U Say” featuring 6lack and we’re excited to premiere their new video. Check it out below:

Although they had never met prior, The Bonfyre and 6lack’s synergy on record is undeniable and translates on camera. The Bonfyre is currently gearing up for her debut album in the fall and just signed on to Fantasia’s The Sketchbook Touralongside R&B Power houses Robin Thicke & Tank

#BOSSIPSounds KVNG Premieres New Music Video “Wrong One”

British Singer Drops New Video For Song “Wrong One”

KVNG sings about what happens when love goes wrong for his latest music video.

The Brit-born crooner dropped the visual for his new single, “Wrong One,” a tune that he said was borne out of a relationship that went bad when he realized he chose the wrong girl.

“I wrote this at a time when I was in a relationship I wasn’t meant to be in,” KVNG told us. “I was going through the motions, telling myself I was fulfilled with someone who wasn’t right for me while someone else was on my mind.”

“Wrong One” will feature on KVNG’s new project “Broken,” which is set for release next month.

What do you think of the video?

#BOSSIPSounds KVNG Premieres New Music Video “Wrong One”

British Singer Drops New Video For Song “Wrong One”

KVNG sings about what happens when love goes wrong for his latest music video.

The Brit-born crooner dropped the visual for his new single, “Wrong One,” a tune that he said was borne out of a relationship that went bad when he realized he chose the wrong girl.

“I wrote this at a time when I was in a relationship I wasn’t meant to be in,” KVNG told us. “I was going through the motions, telling myself I was fulfilled with someone who wasn’t right for me while someone else was on my mind.”

“Wrong One” will feature on KVNG’s new project “Broken,” which is set for release next month.

What do you think of the video?

Stick ‘Em Up: Vince Staples Showcases His Acting Chops In Common’s New Visual For “Hercules” [Video]

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Common Gets Some Help From Vince Staples In His Video For “Hercules”

Earlier this week, Common stopped by Apple Music’s Beats 1 to premiere his new single “Hercules.” The Swizz Beatz-assisted track is set to appear on the Chicago rapper’s upcoming studio album Let Love, which he just announced on Zane Lowe’s show.

The Grammy-winner quickly followed up the single’s release with a music video, and even though he doesn’t appear on the song, the visual co-stars Vince Staples. The video features Staples as the cashier at a bodega of sorts, which ends up being robbed while Common is inside shopping and rapping his azz off.

Peep the video for “Hercules” down below:

CrasH Talk: ScHoolboy Q Drops A Video For His Track “Floating” With 21 Savage [Video]

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ScHoolboy Q’s “Floating” Gets A Much Needed Visual

It’s no secret that the people over at Top Dawg Entertainment are known for making some great music videos, and ScHoolboy Q’s latest visual for his track “Floating” with 21 Savage is just the latest example of that.

The video takes viewers on a journey through the rapper’s hometown of Los Angeles, showing different aspects of his life including the party scene, driving through the night, the breathtaking cityscape, and so much more.

Peep the visual for yourself to see LA through Q’s eyes.

Video: Anderson .Paak feat. Smokey Robinson – ‘Make It Better’

Following “King James,” Anderson .Paak teams up with Motown legend Smokey Robinson on the latest single off his upcoming album Ventura.

The soulful track, produced by Alchemist and Fredwreck, is accompanied by a music video directed by Andy Hines (Big Sean, Logic). In the romantic clip, Anderson chronicles the highs and lows of a relationship.

Speaking to Zane Lowe on Beats 1, .Paak opened up about co-writing the song with Robinson. “He’s still got it. He came through. He said, ‘You gotta make it nice, baby. You gotta say something sweet to her, baby. If you want her to fall in love, you gotta make love to her with your words, man,’” he said. “My original was like, ‘It’s easier to run away than to eat what’s on your fucking plate,’ and he was like, ‘No baby. What in the hell? No, no.’ And then he came back. He said, ‘Burn me a disc, one with the instrumental, one with the lyrics. Ima come back. Ima have it ready for you.’ Came back, ‘It’s easier to run away than to look at what would make you stay.’”

Ventura, the follow-up to November’s Oxnard, arrives April 12. Executive produced by Dr. Dre, the album also features André 3000, Jazmine Sullivan, Brandy, Nate Dogg, and Lalah Hathaway.

In support of the album, Anderson will kick off his “Best Teef in the Game Tour” on May 17 with Thundercat, Earl Sweatshirt, Noname, Mac DeMarco, and Jessie Reyez on select dates.

Soulja Boy Drops Tyga ‘Thotiana’ Diss Video

Soulja Boy’s beef with Tyga continues.

After dropping his “Thotiana” diss track, Big Drako takes aim once again with the video for his remix to Blueface’s hit. While posted up in front of his mansion and fleet of luxury cars, the rapper with the self-proclaimed “biggest comeback of 2018” calls Tyga a “liar” and flaunts his relationship with Tyga’s baby mama Blac Chyna.

“Word around town I fucked his baby mama / Yeah, kaboom, boom / With your son in the other room,” raps Soulja as Tyga’s head is shown on a foosball table.

He ends the two-minute track by referencing a February incident at Floyd Mayweather’s birthday, where Tyga was dragged out by security. “He got drugged out the club by the security / I know he big mad,” says Big Drako.

Soulja’s diss follows Tyga’s “Thotiana” freestyle for Power 106’s L.A. Leakers. “Ni**a call me a goat, don’t call it a comeback,” rapped Tyga. “Seven million records, nine months, where Soulja at? / I can make the same song / Bitches still play that / Running around saying that you made me, why you say that?”

Video: Ariana Grande & Victoria Monét – ‘Monopoly’

Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét team up on their eagerly-awaited collaboration “Monopoly.”

After working together on hits including “thank u, next” and “7 rings,” the best friends show off their tight bond in the accompanying video for their friendship anthem. They brush off the bad vibes and film themselves on a rooftop in the emoji-filled clip.

In addition to securing bags, both women sing about their sexuality: “I like women and men / Work so f**kin’ much, need a twinny, twin, twin.”

Grande also addresses the publishing over “7 rings.” She gave 90 percent of the songwriting royalties to Rodgers and Hammerstein, who penned the original sample “My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music.

“You’d be straight for life if I gave you my pin / Even though we gave up that 90 percent for the win,” sings Ariana while a photo of Julie Andrews appears on screen.

The singers have worked together throughout the years including on Ariana’s latest album thank u, next. Monét co-wrote “thank u, next” and “7 rings,” which remains No. 1 on the Hot 100 for an eighth week.

Video: Ariana Grande & Victoria Monét – ‘Monopoly’

Ariana Grande and Victoria Monét team up on their eagerly-awaited collaboration “Monopoly.”

After working together on hits including “thank u, next” and “7 rings,” the best friends show off their tight bond in the accompanying video for their friendship anthem. They brush off the bad vibes and film themselves on a rooftop in the emoji-filled clip.

In addition to securing bags, both women sing about their sexuality: “I like women and men / Work so f**kin’ much, need a twinny, twin, twin.”

Grande also addresses the publishing over “7 rings.” She gave 90 percent of the songwriting royalties to Rodgers and Hammerstein, who penned the original sample “My Favorite Things” from The Sound of Music.

“You’d be straight for life if I gave you my pin / Even though we gave up that 90 percent for the win,” sings Ariana while a photo of Julie Andrews appears on screen.

The singers have worked together throughout the years including on Ariana’s latest album thank u, next. Monét co-wrote “thank u, next” and “7 rings,” which remains No. 1 on the Hot 100 for an eighth week.

Video: Saweetie feat. Quavo – ‘Emotional’

One year after dropping her debut EP High Maintenance, Saweetie returns with her newest EP ICY.

The seven-track project features production from Hit-Boy, Murda Beatz, and London On Da Track, along with two collaborations with Quavo including “Tip Toes” and “Emotional.”

In the sultry video for the latter, the real-life couple turns up the heat. Saweetie stuns as she enters the club before meeting up with her Migos beau. They show off their chemistry as they make out in the back of a car. The fashionista also flaunts her sexy body in lingerie and dazzles while putting on a show with her girls.

“I’m emotional / You know I can’t let you go, I’m emotional,” sings Saweetie.

“‘Emotional’ shows more of a vulnerable side of me compared to braggadocios tracks like ‘ICY GIRL’ and ‘Pissed’,” explained Saweetie. “It’s been a year since my last project, so I’m excited for my supporters to witness my growth. Music is special because it creates a nostalgic moment in time, and I’m ready to create that next season with my listeners.”

Stream her ICY EP below.

Video: Ciara – ‘Thinkin Bout You’

Just hours after dropping the song, Ciara heads into the weekend with the feel-good video for “Thinkin Bout You.”

Ahead of her big date, the R&B star has some fun while getting ready in her lavish mansion. Covered in bubbles, a naked CiCi dances in the bathtub before grabbing her robe and doing the milly rock in the mirror. The party continues as she dances on her bed and uses her broom as a microphone.

At one point, she gets a phone call from her girlfriend Issa Rae, who asks her if she’s planning to wear booty shorts, and sips champagne while trying on outfits before the doorbell rings.

“A girl will do some goofy stuff.. jumping on the bed.. singing into brushes..etc when she’s Thinkin Bout Him,” said Ciara.

The 33-year-old singer is now gearing up to release her seventh album Beauty Marks, the follow-up to 2015’s Jackie, on May 10 featuring collaborations with Macklemore and Kelly Rowland.

Video: Lil’ Kim – ‘Go Awff’

Lil’ Kim is ready to “Go Awff.”

As she gears up to release her long-awaited album 9 this May, the Queen Bee makes a royal return in her latest video. In the fashionable clip, directed by Damien Sandoval, the rap icon struts her stuff in front of a private jet on the runway. While busting some moves with her all-female crew, Kimmy Blanco name checks designer brands and salutes her fellow baddies.

“If you a bad bitch and you in your bag / Go awff!” she raps.

Laurieann Gibson handled the choreography, while Ice-T’s wife Coco makes a cameo. “Shooting this video was AMAZING! It embodies everything that represents me…fly, fashionable, and luxury,” Kim told Complex. “It captured the essence of the meaning of ‘Go Awff.’ In addition, to have my longtime friend and supporter Laurieann Gibson there adding her amazing choreography gave the video an added spark to what it means to ‘Go Awff!’”

“Go Awff” is set to appear on 9, Kim’s first album in 14 years, due May 17. “I wanted to make a record that was empowering to girls and women all over the world to get back to my roots and not just my ladies but my boys too,” she said. “When I first heard the beat it made me feel like going awff and I knew it was the perfect record for that…No matter what your hustle is, I use ‘Go Awff’​​​​​​​ as a term to elevate and motivate people to keep living their best lives.”

The album, which will feature a collaboration with Rick Ross, marks her ninth project. “It’s called 9 and there’s a lot of meaning behind that,” she told Funkmaster Flex earlier this month.

Watch her “Go Awff” below.