Last week images of the The Weeknd's face from his new video "Save Your Tears" began circulating social media and many were concerned he had gone too far with some plastic surgery. It was eventually reported by several outlets that the new look was not from actual surgery but purposely created for the video to further tell a story that is connected to his video "Heartless" back in 2019.
The Atlanta pair kick off 2021 with a house party, complete with strippers, in the video for their song "Drankin N Smokin" from their latest project Pluto x Baby Pluto.
Lil Duval also takes a starring role in the visual which you can peep below.
The Weeknd just dropped his video for "Save Your Tears" which features some interesting facial visuals.
Check it out for yourself below:
Jazmine's 3rd single "Girl Like Me" off her upcoming project Heaux Tales sees her team up with songstress H.E.R. for a woman's anthem.
3 years ago SZA burst onto the scene with her debut studio album CTRL. And now she has decided the time has come to serve a follow up.
"This album is going to be the shit that made me feel something in my...here and in here," says SZA, laying one hand on her heart and the other on her gut.
Lauryn Hill captivated the music scene with her solo debut album The Miseducation of Lauryn Hill in 1998. The album was inspired by her relationship with Rohan Marley, son of Bob Marley, and resulting pregnancy.
Robin Thicke announced he'll be dropping a brand new album next month. The veteran singer's upcoming album titled "On Earth, and in Heaven" will be released on February 12th.
Riding the wave of success he found in 2020 Popcaan looks to keep the momentum pushing into 2021 with a video for his single "Relevant". The video features the Jamaican artist in a pink jacket playing the piano. The track was produced by Unruly Entertainment and Droptop Records with the video directed by Dollaz. Give it a watch below.
Big Sean must have been watching some classic 90s movies because they certainly serve as the inspiration for his "Body Language