Solange Is Feelin' Herself In Short-But-Sweet 'Binz' Music Video

The video follows her self-directed "Almeda" visual.

Solange is having a grand ol' time just dancing to her own song "Binz" from her newly-released album When I Get Home.

The short-but-sweet music video was released on Mar. 11, and features the Houston native twerking to herself all throughout her house while the standout track plays. She shot the video on her computer over a period of time, evident by her changing wardrobe throughout the less-than-two-minute visual. The end result is something we didn't know we wanted, but we're glad that we have it.

When I Get Home was released to kick off Women's History Month (Mar. 1). Visuals to accompany the announcement of the album's arrival were teased on the website Black Planet, and the album itself is billed as an "exploration of origin."

"...How much of ourselves do we bring with us versus leave behind in our evolution,” a rep for the musician said in a statement. “The artist returned to Third Ward Houston to answer this.” She recently thanked fans on social media for their support, writing "wow thank yalllll ! the smile ! the joy! my heart!!! i seeee y’all. the luv."

Solange will be performing at various festivals this year to support the album, such as Coachella, Primavera Sound Festival and Lovebox.

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2 Chainz Hosts Swanky Jazz Club In "Rule The World" Video With Ariana Grande

2 Chainz and Ariana Grande do it real big for their "Rule The World" video.

The Sebastian Sdaigui-directed clip takes place "somewhere in L.A." while the new dynamic duo takes a tricked out Jazz hall by storm. Grande opens the picture coated in a feather jacket as she sings, "Top down on the Dawn like I'm used to it (Yeah)/ Prayin' you make it home like I'm used to it/Prayin' you make it home, I got used to it." 

As 2 Chainz and the 25-year-old pop artist stand upon a stage decorated with vintage microphones and musicians, liquor flows through the crowd as club-goers dance along to the collaborative track.

"Rule The World" is from Chainz's newest album Rap or Go to the League, which is the rapper's fifth studio album. The 41-year-old emcee recently put rumors of ill-feeling between himself and Grande to rest after many accused the singer of stealing his pink trap house and "Spend It" cadence for the "7 Rings" video.

Fell in luv with a real one that’s a dedication ... RULE THE WORLD 🌍 ..video is out now .. https://t.co/i7gdx6qD0z @ArianaGrande pic.twitter.com/gg6JvVI5dU

— Tity Boi (2 Chainz) (@2chainz) March 11, 2019

Check out 2 Chainz and Ariana Grande's "Rule The World" video above.

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KC Ruskii Details His Journey From Homeless To "Hood Rich" In New Visual

Upon meeting the young rap machine KC Ruskii, one will determine that he's a survivor. It's the way he automatically embraces good energy and how open and honest he is about his blessings in life. "I was homeless, sleeping where I could," said the Midwest native, now southern transplant. "My music speaks on it," he told me. But the first couple of tracks he debuted for me were turn up records, so I didn't make the connection to his hardships right away. Around the third or fourth track he played me, "Hood Rich," pops up and I immediately felt the vibe and said, "This is the one the people need to hear, early." The youngin' took the advice as the video is here.

What makes this song special is the way the verses explain the pain that he endured during his hardtimes. The video is the exclamation point on the message that so many young kids go through. Just the opening sequence where his friend's Mom yells about not having the fund, food or patience to deal with another mouth to feed. That talk that needs to happen between the homies when you have to kick him out, after helping as much as they can, is so real for those that have been and are in that position...both sides.

Watch the video, feel his flow and be on the look out for more from this budding artist. Check his previous single with QC's Lil Baby below.

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I’m fin come hard too!! Video out now on @worldstar 🐻💯 Go fw the kidd 🙌🏾

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Premiere: Dot Demo Drops The Haunting Visuals For "Phantom of the Opps"

Bronx, NY's own, Dot Demo, has been delivering a consistent string of firey verses through freestyles and his recent release single, “Simmer Down”. Now, the rap all-star has the visuals to his brand new track, “Phantom of the Opps”. Dot Demo’s airy, yet menacing song, produced by GOODMAN21, is brought to life through the chill visual of Dot roaming through an open field while getting lit from a good blunt and Paul Masson. The sinister vibes are felt throughout as he spits rhymes like, “Smoked out like a Shotta/Mask off, can’t tell who shot ‘cha.”

“Phantom of the Opps” is the latest visual from Dot Demo’s new project, Delirium, which is available on all streaming services. If you’re in the New York area, check him out the legendary S.O.B.s on March 28. Tickets are available now.

 

March28th | Dot Demo + Da Homies @SOBsNYC

Purchase Ticketshttps://t.co/0wrdsBxvYI pic.twitter.com/bn8fY78bUp

— DOT DEMO (@dotdemomusic) February 21, 2019

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