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Tory Lanez: Shooters

Chris Brown: High End

Sammie: Too Long

Taylor Swift: Look What You Made Me Do

DJ Luke Nasty: Highway 69

Big Boi: Chocolate

Kendrick Lamar: Element

Calvin Harris: Feels

Future: PIE

DJ Khaled: It's Secured

Trina: If It Ain't Me

DJ Khaled: On Everything

Tyga: Flossin'

DJ Khaled: (INTRO) I'm So Grateful

2 Chainz: Trap Check

2 Chainz: Blue Cheese

2 Chainz: Sleep When You Die

T.I - Writer

Desiigner: Outlet 

Tory Lanez: Loud Pack

DJ Khaled: Wild Thoughts

Selena Gomez: Bad Liar 

Fifth Harmony: Down

Machine Gun Kelly: Trap Paris

Twista: Baddest

Big Boi: Kill Jill

Kid Ink: No Strings

Bebe Rexha: The Way I Are

Liam Payne: Strip That Down

Mike Will Made It: Perfect Pint

Mura Masa: All Around The World

Big Sean: Jump Out The Window

Big Sean: Light

Future: Mask Off

Tyga: Eyes Closed

Migos: Slippery

Sean Paul: Body
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Dj Khaled: I'm The One

Sammie: Better

Walé: Fashion Week

Sean Paul: Tek Weh Yuh Heart

Bruno Mars: That's What I Like

Ariana Grande: Everyday

French Montana: Hold Up

Migos: Deadz

Jidenna: Bambi

Future: Draco

Future: Supper Trapper

Kid Ink: Swish

Rae Sremmurd: Swang

Lady Gaga: John Wayne

Tyga: Gucci Snakes

Juicy J: Gimmie Gimmie

Juicy J: Ain't Nothing

Trina: Damn

Walé: Running Back

Big Sean: Halfway Off The Balcony

Walé: Groundhog Day

Ed Sheeran: Shape Of You

August Alsina: Drugs

Rae Sremmurd: Now That I Know

Chris Brown: Party 

Big Sean: Bounce Back

Lady Gaga: Million Reasons

Britney Spears: Slumber Party

Jhene Aiko: Maniac 

Kid Ink: One Day

Bruno Mars: 24k Magic

Dj Khaled: Do You Mind

Solange: Cranes in the Sky & Don't Touch My Hair
The official music videos for “Don’t Touch My Hair,” featuring the ever-so talented Sampha, and “Cranes in the Sky,” both directed by Solange and her husband, Alan Ferguson. Both visuals are nothing short of the musician’s unrivaled reputation for aesthetically pleasing imagery. From the first few seconds of each video to the fade out, it’s more than obvious that Solange poured every inch of her being into this project. A Seat at the Table is a musical representation of the spirit within an unapologetically Black woman who is not interested in remaining silent in a critical time of identity, empowerment, grief, healing and self-expression – let alone, artistic expression. Watch as both women and men of color liberate themselves through costumes and choreography, as well as moods conveyed via flawless scenery and set design all by way of a glass of wine, personified, that is Solange Knowles. read more

DJ Khaled: NAS Album Done

Joe Budden: Flex

Walé: PYT

Jidenna: Little Bit More

Kanye West: Wolves

Tyga: Trap P***y

French Montana: No Shopping 

Young Thug:Memo

Gucci Mane: First Day Out Tha Feds

Rihanna: Sledge Hammer

Famous Breakdown 

Last night, the man, the living legend, Kanye West, dropped the visual for "Famous" off of his most recent album "Life Of Pablo". The song became infamous from literally the first few lines.

"I feel like me and Taylor might still have sexWhy? I made that b*tch famous (God damn)I made that b*tch famous."

So the video was HIGHLY anticipated. For us over here at The454 anyway. If you haven't seen the video as yet,click this. We can't post it because boobs and copyright. The concept of the video was inspired by American painter and sculptor, Vincent Desiderio's 2008 "Sleep". read more

Tyga: Cash Money

Lemonade Break Down

It took me an entire week to process this entire album. I don't think I can go into the visual details of the video so I just inserted some of my favorites throughout. This album hit a lot closer to home than I expected. I felt every single emotion. Sandcastles, Freedom and All Night Long had me in tears! I did not expect such an outpouring of emotion. Listening to the album is one thing, but to really FEEL it, you have to watch the video. And I didn't watch it until after I wrote the breakdown of the lyrics. read more
Iggy Azalea: Team Iggy

King Trell: Vice City (remix)

2 Chains: Collegrove 

Kendrick Lamar: Untitled Unmastered 

Miguel: Rogue Waves

Azealia Banks: The Big Big Beat

French Montana: Wave Gods

Fifth Harmony: Work From Home

Tisha Campbell: Lazy B***h

TIP: Money Talk

Chrisette Michelle: Hello (cover)
As a part of her upcoming mixtape, set to be released on February 27th, Chrisette Michele gives us an acapella version of Adele's "Hello". read more

Beyoncé: Formation

Tory Lanez: L.A Confidential

Rihanna: Work

Rihanna just released a new track off of her upcoming album Anti. There is no official release date confirmed for the album but the tour is scheduled to kick off in February. read more
Maclmore: White Privilege

Kanye West: Black Skinhead

It is reported that the night of the 2013 MTV Music Awards, Miley Cyrus and Kanye West jumped into the studio together right after the award show to record a remix of Black Skinhead off of Yeezus. The track was never released with no real explanation and also has a feature from Travis Scott, but here it is today, just a few weeks before the release of Swift, Kanye's newest project. read more

Mos Def Retires From Music 

Yasiin Bey, who was detained last week for attempting to leave South Africa with an unrecognized passport, has announced that his retirement from the music and film industries is “effective immediately” after the release of his final album later this year. read more

Future: Purple Reign

Meek Mill: 4/4

Yesterday Meek Mill previewed four of his songs off his long awaited mixtape dream chasers 4 and shortly after released an EP with the full version of those four songs called 4/4. read more

Selena Gomez: Same Old Love (remix)

Sia: Reaper

The new track was written and produced by Kanye West. read more

Big Sean: What A Year
Big Sean had one of the most amazing years. In this video montage he shared all of his achievements from collabs to tours, to concerts and radio interviews. read more

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