After weeks of delays, Brandy’s highly anticipated video for “Put It Down” featuring Chris Brown has premiered! The “Never Say Never” singer struts, pops and unleashes her inner diva in the Hype Williams-directed clip. “Put It Down” is the lead single from her upcoming sixth album, Two Eleven, due October 2. Watch the video below.
Expressing heartbreak as only she can, Keyshia Cole goes hard for the ladies in the video for “Enough of No Love,” the first single from her upcoming album Woman to Woman.
The Oakland-born singer goes through the motions in a padded room and busts out some choreography, wearing a bedazzled bandanna, while her co-star Lil Wayne spits his verse on top of a piano.
Watch the Benny Boom-directed clip below.
Nicki Minaj returns to Trinidad in the colorful video for “Pound The Alarm,” the latest single from her sophomore album Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded.
In the Carnival-inspired clip, Onika parties in the streets of Port of Spain alongside a varied cast of characters that includes men on stilts and women donning peacock-like feathers.
Party with Nicki below.
To coincide with the release of his new Kaleidoscope Dream: Water Preview EP, Miguel drops the official video for “Adorn.” The eclectic singer premiered a shorter version of the clip in February following the release his Art Dealer Chic Vol. 1 micro-EP.
Kaleidoscope Dream: Water Preview is available on iTunes now.
Animated Luda returns in the video for “Jingalin’,” the first single from his upcoming Ludaversal album. The ATL rapper parties hard in the comical clip — complete with jello wrestling, kissing girls, clowns and Oompa Loompas. Ne-Yo, production duo Da Internz, who produced the track, and someone who scarily resembles Chris Bosh make cameos in the Aristotle-directed video.
“We’re just having fun, man,” said Ludacris. “This is a real party. It’s not like telling a whole bunch of people what to do. It’s not trying to make it seem like we’re having fun. We literally having fun. We wildin’ the f**k out.”
P!nk gets the last laugh in the black-and-white, French-film inspired video for “Blow Me (One Last Kiss).” The black-and-white palette is only broken near the end of the Dave Myers-directed clip, thanks to red wine — after P!nk ruins her ex-boy’s wedding.
“Blow Me” is the first single from her upcoming The Truth About Love album, due September 18. The song bolted into the top 10 last week thanks to a spike in digital sales and airplay, becoming her twelfth top 10 single on the Hot 100. She now ranks third behind Rihanna (22) and Beyoncè (14) for most top 10s among women.
Check out Bobby V’s new music video for “Mirror” featuring Lil Wayne, the lead single from his upcoming album Dusk Til Dawn (Oct.2).
J. Lo shows off her killer body and sick dances moves in the colorful video for “Goin’ In.” The 43-year-old singer-actress rocks bedazzled lips and a satin cape before returning to her hip-hop roots in a fitted-cap and Hammer pants in the Ace Norton-directed clip, which includes cameos from Flo Rida and Lil Jon, who collaboration on the track.
The GoonRock-produced party anthem is featured on J. Lo’s greatest hits album, Dance Again…The Hits, and the soundtrack to Step Up Revolution.