Hip-hop collective Odd Future recently clocked time with world-renowned photographer Terry Richardson. Tyler, The Creator, Frank Ocean, Earl Sweatshirt and the rest group, which looks to include an infinite amount of members, take center stage in the unconventional photoshoot.
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Earlier in the week, we got our first glimpse of Brandy on the set of her new music video for “Put It Down,” the lead single from her forthcoming sixth album Two Eleven, due October 2. Now the singer-actress gives a closer look at the Hype Williams-directed clip with the official stills from the set.
B-Rocka gets close with her collaborator and co-star Chris Brown, rocks ’90s styled braids and shows her moves, courtesy of fame choreographer Frank Gatson Jr. (Michael Jackson, Beyoncè), in front of two Ferraris in the latest shots.
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Brandy gets up close and personal with her collaborator and co-star Chris Brown on the set of her video for “Put It Down,” in a photo posted on Breezy’s Instagram on Tuesday night (July 31).
The “Never Say Never” singer also released the first official photo from the video set on Tuesday. The pic shows Brandy standing in front of two Ferraris flanked by background dancers in the Hype Williams-directed clip, which was choreographed by Frank Gatson Jr. (Beyoncè, Michael Jackson).
“Stay tuned for more surprises this week!” Brandy teased on Twitter, revealing more she will release more from the video this week.
“Put It Down” is the lead single from her sixth album, Two Eleven, due October 2.
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A$AP Rocky is one of the most-buzzed about new artists of the year. And as his music continues to catch on, his personal style has caught the eye of many within the fashion world. GQ recently caught up with the 23-year-old Harlem native to talk mixing streetwear and high fashion, the ladies, and “doing lunch” with fashion designers.
Trey Songz follows up his cover feature with Kelly Rowland on Essence with a fashion spread in the July issue of SELF magazine.
The as-yet-titled project is the follow-up to last year’s Here I Am, which spawned the Grammy nominated smash “Motivation” featuring Lil Wayne.
“I am more excited going into it this time than last time because I have a concept,” she told the magazine.
It’s all about the stars and stripes in the first promo shots for Ciara’s new album, One Woman Army.
“OWA MOVEMENT HAS JUST BEGUN!! TURN UP CSQUAD!!:) JOIN THE MOVEMENT!” tweeted CiCi on Friday (June 1).
The first single from the album, “Sweat,” is expected any day now, with the album to follow sometime before year’s end. One Woman Army is the follow-up to 2010’s Basic Instinct, which peaked at No, 44 on the Billboard 200, and its singles barely made a dent on the charts.
“This is the most vulnerable I’ve ever been in my life and career,” she told MTV of the new project.