(Video) Behind The Scenes: YG – Bicken Back Being Bool

Looks like the next single off YG’s debut album My Krazy Life will be the fan favorite, “Bicken Back Being Bool.” Over the weekend, the Compton Bompton native took to the streets of his hometown to shoot the song’s video, and Karen Civil was on set to capture some behind the scenes action – including Lil Boosie’s cameo! Check out the footage below.

(Photos) Trey Songz Celebrates “Na Na” Video Release With Leading Lady Rosa Acosta & Fans

Late last week, Trey Songz dropped the visual to his DJ Mustard-produced single “Na Na,” co-starring the gorgeous Rosa Acosta. To celebrate the premiere, Trigga and Rosa hosted a “pop-up” video premiere party at Bugatta Restaurant in L.A., extending special invites to members of “Trey’s Angels” who were chosen from his social network, “The Angel Network.” Check out a few shots from the event in the gallery!

(Video) Behind The Scenes: Iggy Azalea ft. Charli XCX – Fancy

Inspired by the 1995 cult-classic Clueless, Iggy Azalea gets her Cher on for the visual to her new single “Fancy.” Go on set with her and Charli XCX below. As if!

(Photos) On The Set: Jim Jones x AR – On My Level

Yesterday afternoon, Florida rapper AR shot the video to his Jim Jones-assisted single “On My Level” at Miami hotspot Bamboo. Go on the set with the rappers and some sexy ladies in the gallery!

(Video) Drake – Hold On, We’re Going Home

Would you like a video? Off his brand new album Nothing Was The Same, Drake releases the visuals to the project’s current [hit] single, “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” Get into the 7-minute long Bill Pope-directed video below. Happy Drake Day!

(Video) Meek Mill – Levels

I can’t lie…I’m a little disappointed. Meek Mill built “Levels” up to, well, high levels before it even dropped, coining the phrase “It’s levels to this sh*t” and having it used by fans and fellow entertainers alike. When the song hit, it definitely got some burn, but it didn’t resonate as hard as “I’m A Boss” did two summers ago…much like it seemed that it would. Add to that a pretty lengthy waiting period for a visual, which is also rather disappointing because it’s the stereotypical whips and chicks situation, and you just have a total sub-par experience. I’m not sure what level this is, but it’s not very high. I absolutely love Meek as an artist, and I know he could have come a lot harder with the vid, and a lot quicker! Pause where applicable. Am I being too hard on him, or do you agree? Sound off in the comments!

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