Democratic Presidential candidate Wes Clark has weighed in on the future of Outkast in his latest political advertisement geared towards young voters. Watch it here.
AOL Music is streaming Ja Rule’s brand new video ‘Clap Back’. Watch it below.
50 Cent and his G-Unit crew have finally shot a video for their first single off their highly anticipated G-Unit album, appropriately entitled ‘Beg for Mercy’. The video has a ‘Gone in 60 Seconds’ theme and also has a special guest appearance by singer/actress Brandy. The video shows 50 cent and G-Unit ‘stuntin’ and making money, which is quite appropriate since they seem to be doing both. Watch the video below.
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50 Cent and the G-Unit recently stopped by Funk Flex’s show on Hot 97 in New York to chill. They laughed, freestyled and just hung out. To see the pictures and video of what happened, visit hot97.com.
The video for Obie Trice’s new single ‘Got Some Teeth’, the first single from his debut album ‘Cheers’ (due September 23rd) is available on the rapper’s official site. Watch it via YouTube below.
Although it’s not Paris’ next single, here’s another preview of the type of material fans can expect on the political rappers forthcoming album ‘Sonic Jihad’ – it’s entitled ‘Evil’ – and guerrillafunk.com is offering both the street and radio-safe versions. ‘Sonic Jihad’ is coming September 23rd.
LL Cool J joined The Early Show to talk about working with Samuel L. Jackson in the hit film ‘S.W.A.T’ and about prepping for the beefed-up role. Watch the interview here.
YouTube is streaming Sarai’s debut video ‘Ladies’, from her debut album ‘The Original’, due out on July 29th from Sony Music. Watch it via YouTube below.
The video for the Black Eyed Peas new single ‘Where Is The Love’ is streaming on YouTube. The track features *NSYNC star Justin Timberlake on the hook, though he doesn’t appear in the video. Check it out below.
Watch DJ Kay Slay’s blazin’ new video ‘Too Much For Me’ featuring Loon, Amerie, and Foxy Brown here*. Apparently Nas was supposed to be on the track, but he went with Loon and talk is there’s tension between the two now. Kay Slay drops ‘The Streetsweeper Vol. 1’ on May 20th.