Missy Elliott is out with the music video to her new single ‘I’m Better’, featuring Lamb, which will perhaps be featured on an upcoming album. The Portsmouth, Virginia artist has been vague about that, telling Fact magazine that she “would never say a day or time that it would happen because those fans are brutal and they will stone me if I told a date and it didn’t drop on that date.” Watch it via YouTube below.
Murs is out with the music video for his track ‘Mi Corazon’. The treatment was produced by Jesse Shatkin and directed by Zack Zubko. ‘Mi Corazon’ appears on the Los Angeles rapper’s Strange Music debut LP ‘Have A Nice Life’, out now. Watch it via YouTube below.
Flo Rida is out with the music video to his new single ‘My House’, the title track to the American rapper’s EP, out now on Atlantic Records. The treatment features breakdancers, but not Flo Rida himself. Watch it via YouTube below.
Murs is out with the music video to his latest single ‘Okey Dog’, the first visual from the Los Angeles rapper’s upcoming album, ‘Have A Nice Life’, due out May 19th on Strange Music. Watch the Mike Marasco directed video via YouTube below.
Last week, Diggy Simmons had the honor of performing at the 137th annual White House Easter Egg Roll hosted by the First Family. Having been around since 1878, the Easter Egg Roll has been one of the longest-standing American Traditions at the White House. The 2015 egg roll theme was #GIMMIEFIVE, celebrating the fifth anniversary of Michelle Obama’s campaign to get kids to eat healthy and exercise.
More than 35,000 people gathered on the South Lawn and took part in different activities including fitness zones, cooking demonstrations and the traditional egg roll. Check out some additional pictures from Diggy’s performance after the cut.
Nothing says fun like Asher Roth and Buddy passing the day away with 18-holes of putt putt golf, which is what they did filming the music video for their Blended Babies track ‘Sayin’ Whatever’. The collaborative album is due out in May. Watch the video via YouTube below.
¡Mayday! x MURS are out with the video to their new single ‘My Own Parade’, off their joint ‘¡MURSDAY!’ LP, released in June on Strange Music. Watch it via YouTube below.
Monster Beverage issued a statement on the Beastie Boys lawsuit, which sees the veteran hip hop group seeking over $2 million for using its songs in a video that was online for five weeks. Monster stated:
Monster has no intention of litigating this matter in the media, but since the case has now received publicity we felt we should let the public know the facts as we see them. Monster in good faith believed it had obtained the rights to use a compilation of certain Beastie Boys music for an Internet video. The video recounted a snowboarding event in Canada that Monster sponsored where the after party featured many Beastie Boys songs played by the DJs in honor of the recent death of one of the Beastie Boys’ members. The music that Monster used was provided by one of the DJs, who told Monster he had permission. When Monster was notified by the Beastie Boys that the company was mistaken in its belief that it had the proper authorization, Monster immediately removed the video from the Internet. The video received less than 14,000 views during the brief period it was online. This lawsuit is solely about what, if anything, Monster must pay to the Beastie Boys because of Monster’s good faith mistake. In Monster’s view the Beastie Boys are demanding sums that are far beyond any reasonable fair market value.
Nova Rockafeller is out with the music video to her new single ‘1990s’, featuring references to Nirvana, Gameboys, pagers, flannel shirts and Wayne’s World, and a cameo from ‘Saved by the Bell’ principal Mr. Belding (Dennis Haskins).
In a recent interview with Fuse, Nova talked a little bit about making the video… and cereal. “I like videos a lot and I also really like Cookie Crisp. My second favorite cereal is Peanut Butter Cap’n Crunch,” Nova explained. “At the ‘1990s’ video shoot we ate burritos, which I don’t really like but I try to stay open minded.” Watch the video via YouTube below.
Former Las Vegas Metropolitan PD officer Chris Carroll tells VegasSeven.com he gave Tupac Shakur a chance to identify his shooter in the final conscious moments of the rapper’s life in 1998, but Tupac responded to the cop with an expletive. After pulling 2Pac from the passenger seat, Carroll shared that he told Shakur, “Who shot you? Who shot you?” Tupac wouldn’t name the gunman, simply stating, “Fu** you.”