“I’m Up” is a promotional music video and the third single from American singer-songwriter and recording artist Omarion‘s fourth studio album, Sex Playlist. The track is planned for a re-release of Omarion’s fourth studio album.
“Moses” is a promotional street single from American rapper and recording artist French Montana, and is likely a candidate to be included on the track listing of Montana’s upcoming second studio album, Mac & Cheese: The Album.
The track features American recording artists Chris Brown & Migos. The song originally appeared on French’s recent mixtape Casino Life 2: Brown Bag Legend, but just went to iTunes as an official single.
A video has already been shot. Stream “Moses” below and look for the trio on Brown’s “One Hell of a Nite” tour.
“Drinks On Us” is the lead and first promotional music video and debut single from American music producer Mike WiLL Made-It‘s upcoming debut studio album, Est. in 1989 Pt. 3 (The Album).
“Lord Don’t Make Me Do It” is a promotional music video and single from American hip hop artist, and rapper Lil Durk‘s debut studio album, Remember My Name.
“Lose It” is a promotional music video and single from American rapper French Montana‘s upcoming studio album.
“I’m Up” is the third promotional single from American singer-songwriter dancer and artist Omarion‘s fourth studio album, Sex Playlist. The track is planned for a re-release of Omarion’s fourth studio album.
“They Don’t Love You No More” is a music video and song by American recording artist DJ Khaled, released as the first single from his upcoming sixth studio album, I Changed A Lot.
The music video was filmed in several locations in Miami and directed by Gil Green and DJ Khaled. It also featured cameo appearances from Timbaland, Ace Hood, Lil Terio and others. Jay-Z does not physically appear in the video, but his verse still does. Khaled addressed this saying, “You know, Jay Z really don’t shoot that many videos. He aint never say yes and he aint never say no. But if you notice the records he do get on, he don’t shoot that many videos. He don’t really shoot that many videos for himself. I was grateful to have the verse and the opportunity to work with somebody I’m inspired by and look up to. Just to get him on the record was a major accomplishment”
The music video premiered in late June 2014, on DJ Khaled’s official YouTube VEVO channel.
The song’s production was handled by OVO Sound’s Mike Zombie. The song has since reached a peak of number 30 on the US Billboard Hot R&B/Hip-Hop Songs chart.
“I Luh Ya Papi” is a song recorded by American entertainer Jennifer Lopez for her upcoming eighth studio album.
A music video for “I Luh Ya Papi” was directed by Jessy Terrero in Miami, Florida.
The song was co-written by Lopez, Andre Proctor, Karim Kharbouch and Noel “Detail” Fisher, the latter of which also handled the song’s production. The song was released on March 11, 2014 as the lead single from the album through 2101 Records and Capitol Records.
Musically, “I Luh Ya Papi” is hip hop and synthpop song, backed with synths and metallic beats, that lyrically contains innuendos and references to Lopez’s body.
Following the release of his two mixtapes, Beach House and Beach House 2, Ty Dolla $ign rings in the new year with his first EP.