Miguel takes us shopping with him at the Opening Ceremony boutique in Los Angeles for Vevo Stylized. The singer introduces us to his stylist Jasmine Benjamin and discusses how his style best reflects his personality, personal beliefs, and lifestyle. While picking out a few standout pieces he shares his love for vintage eyewear, silver jewelry, and Saint Laurent Blake Chelsea boots ($875 USD) which he had customized with a metal heel. Enjoy.
Kendrick Lamar unveils the video to his smash hit B*tch, Don’t Kill My Vibe. The video revolves around Lamar dressed in contradictory fashion as he’s clad in all-white at a funeral. However as the video plays out, things take a turn for a better with the overall vibe changing to a more upbeat and positive situation. Cameo appearances including Taylor Gang’s Juicy J as well as actor and comedian Mike Epps. Enjoy.
Sandra Bullock and George Clooney team-up in the upcoming space thriller Gravity. Set in a modern era, the story revolves around two respective astronauts on a space walk who are caught in the middle of a storm of debris. The ensuing damage to leaves them detached from their vessel, floating aimlessly away and contemplating their survival. The movie is set to hit the silver screen on October 4th, 2013. Enjoy.
The often controversial rapper Lil Wayne recently kicked off his latest creative venture with Supra and the subsequent launch of Spectre by Supra. Going on camera, Weezy talks about his relationship with Supra who has been an ardent supporter of the rapper as well as footage from the launch of the diffusion label that recently took place in Miami. For the personality who has not made his interest in skateboarding a secret, the future looks to be an interesting one with a name like Lil Wayne consistently involved.
Los Angeles Celebrity Jeweler Ben Baller is back with another episode of his web series, this time meeting up with actress/model Draya Michele from the hit TV series Basketball Wives, who requests a pair of diamond earrings for her niece. Checkout the videos above and tell us what you think in our comment section. Enjoy.
After all the waiting, Selena Gomez‘s Come & Get It music video is finally here. In the video, Selena swims underwater, dances around a fire, and sits in a gorgeous meadow filled with blue flowers. Selena has been performing “Come & Get It” a lot lately, including at the MTV Movie Awards and the Radio Disney Music Awards and soon, fans will be able to see it in person. Her Stars Dance Tour kicks off October 10th in Washington, D.C. Enjoy.
Rapper Bonic enlists West Coast MC Dom Kennedy for this smooth new cut titled "Cheerios" and also give it the visuals treatment. The two drop some cold bars in their best Future-esque flow as they rap about the good life and beautiful women. Where the cut is looking to end up is not certain, but hopefully Bonic drops a mixtape soon with more cuts like this. For now, enjoy the Joseph Zentil directed visuals above. Enjoy.
It’s clear that LeBron James has had a decorated history as a player, as underlined by his latest award: the 2012-2013 Most Valuable Player award – immortalized by Nike in the form of a crazy pair of King James’ signature kicks. The trophy is his fourth in five years, a feat only accomplished by Bill Russell in his day. The hype surrounding James is in many ways warranted, yet it seems that for as long as the 28-year-old has been in the league, he’s had just as many critics as he has accolades. The NBA has released a video retrospective of James’ career thus far, which gives viewers a somewhat complete look at the road the young player has paved for himself – a road undoubtedly deserving of respect.
Not the one to shy away from provocative imagery, Iggy Azalea pulls from Middle Eastern dance routines in her latest visual for “Bounce.” Taking her bass-filled anthems down to India, Azalea reinterprets traditional dance routines with her hip-hop swagger. The clip shows Azalea cavorting amidst a festival of colors with interludes of psychedelic imagery throughout. The single comes as the second offering from her upcoming debut full-length The New Classic. “Bounce” is currently available on iTunes.
In the visuals to “Tapout,” Young Money recruits — Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne & Mack Maine — are joined by Birdman under the new alias, Rich Gang, while Future takes care of the chorus. Here, the hip-hop super group flaunts their riches in a glamorous estate, while the likes of Christina Milian, Kimora Lee and Paris Hilton playing prominent cameo roles in this heist-filled storyboard. Rich Gang’s first studio album Flashy Lifestyle is due to drop June 25th and will feature artists from both Cash Money Records and Young Money Entertainment. Watch the clip above to see how the narrative plays out.