Civil TV shows up to the set of YG’s new music video for his latest single, “Who Do You Love,” featuring Drake. Check out the video which features a number of short clips and showcases plenty of half-naked women just anxiously waiting for the opportunity to twerk for the camera. Karen Civil also shows up with a brief appearance on set. Fans can pick up YG’s new album, “My Krazy Life,” which is due in stores on March 18.
Go behind the scenes of Fly Society’s Spring 2014 lookbook photo shoot with producer-DJ, Fuzzy Fe. Shot on location in Los Angeles, Calif., take a look as cameras were rolling to capture a sneak peek at some of the new designs shoppers can look forward to purchasing from the Spring 2014 line. Amateur skateboarder, Ant MacNeal, was also in attendance as the team rider showcased a few of his favorite selections for the camera. Shop now at http://www.FlySocietyOnline.com.
Follow along for an exclusive behind the scenes look at Chevy Woods and company as they make their way from Cleveland to Chicago for the Smoker’s Club Tour. Episode three showcases the Taylor Gang rapper taking a few dabs backstage and previewing his latest mixtape, Gangland 2, after just receiving the finalized version from DJ Drama. Check out Woods in action as he stays busy and finds time to squeeze in some studio time following his show before heading off to his next destination.
Here’s a sneak peek behind the scenes of Busta Rhymes music video for his new single “Thank You.” Take a look as the legendary emcee performs to the camera in front of a green screen with his new label mate Lil Wayne. There’s also a short clip included of Q-Tip and Kanye West as they were also on hand to record their contributions to the infectious new song. “Thank You” is set to be featured on Busta’s forthcoming Extinction Level Event 2 LP.
King Louie is gearing up to release his forthcoming Drilluminati 2 project and today releases a short behind the scenes look at his new music video for “Tony.” The latest single for the rapper finds the Chicago rapper dressed in a tuxedo with his crew as he embodies the spirit and flashiness of fictional character, Tony Montana, featured in the film Scarface. Go behind the lens as cameras catch up with Louie who serves up some commentary on the concept for the visual.
Skee.TV takes you behind the scenes on the set of Chris Webby’s music video for his exclusive “Off The Top” freestyle which is set to be featured on episode 14 of AXS TV’s SKEE LIVE. Proclaiming himself the Jesse Pinkman of rap, Webby has some fun with as he performs to the camera in Hazmat suit and shares some commentary on the visuals concept.
Noisey catches up with singer James Blake for an exclusive behind-the-scenes look at the making of his new music video for “Life Round Here (Remix)” featuring Chance The Rapper. Take a look as Blake shares specifics on how the collaboration came together with Chicago artist and shares how he was impressed by Chance’s singing abilities. Directed by Nabil, viewers also get a sneek peek of the Hertfordshire, England scenery the visual happens to take place in.
It was a West Coast takeover on episode ten of AXS TV’s SKEE LIVE as Los Angeles natives Dom Kennedy and Nipsey Hussle sat down for an interview and exclusive televised performance. Take a look at some behind-the-scenes photos of the artists preparing for their respective sets during sound check and up to when cameras started rolling.
Bone Thug-n-Harmony stole the show on episode nine of AXS TV’s new breakout music show SKEE LIVE. Take a look at some exclusive photos of the legendary Cleveland bred group as they took the stage at L.A. Live’s The Conga Room to perform soundcheck alongside Taylor Gang signee Ty Dolla $ign. Photo Credit: Luis Carrion.
Go behind the lens on the set of 2 Chainz new music video for “Guaranteed Fresh” off his new B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time LP. The Marc Klasfed visual attempts to set up shop in the 7th Ward and replicate the imagery and vibe that came out of New Orleans during the early days of Cash Money and the infamous Hot Boys. In fact, fans on site were treated to a rare occasion as Mannie Fresh, Lil Wayne, Turk and Juvenile all showed up to represent for their city and support the G.O.O.D. Music rapper.