Wednesday, 13 February 2013 19:11
Waka Flocka may be the man in the Brick Squad click, but back in the day he received butt whoopings from his grandmother on the daily. From sneaking out as a youngster, and even getting beatings at school, Flocka learned about discipline the hard way. His Grand-moms even sent his siblings to spy on him when he was outside playing. Well, on one particular day, a young waka just happened to be watching two neighborhoods dogs humping. And, then his cousin snitched on him to the ruler of his house. When Granny caught wind of what he was up to she sentenced him to one of the most embarrass punishments of all time. Watch until the very end to see what he had to to. Enjoy.
Thursday, 28 June 2012 14:32
In case you didn’t know, Waka Flocka is a recovering pyro maniac. Before rap music, the Brick Squad gang was busy shooting Roman Candles at each other, while trying to avoid setting themselves on fire (which is actually a lot of fun). It’s the truth, yo. Watch Flockavelli explain how to do this properly on his hilarious Fireworks Safety segment that ran on Jimmy Kimmel last night. Enjoy.
Monday, 27 February 2012 05:58
Waka Flocka premieres the long-awaited video for his club hit, Round of Applause. The clip finds Waka looking a special female from his past life, played by Basketball Wives L.A. co-star Draya Michele.
The search lands him in a strip club, where… we won’t spoil it. Watch the story unfold in the Mr. Boomtown-directed video above. Waka Flocka’s sophomore album, Triple F Life due in April. Enjoy.
Friday, 10 February 2012 01:00
You can pretty much grasp and get the full version of Waka Flocka and Drake’s “Round of Applause” video from all the previous behind-the-scenes clips that have dropped recently.
For now, watch official on set footage from the Mr. Boomtown-directed video coming soon. Purchase the song on iTunes today. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 07 December 2011 19:16
Two wild boys hook up, channeling their inner Steve-O, for the brand new visual to Machine Gun Kelly's latest single, the Waka Flocka-assisted Wild Boy.
In the clip, Cleveland native rages at a wild warehouse party, complete with torches, baseball bats, and a whole lot of headbanging. Suddenly, mid-song the music stops and cuts to a scene where... (pause) we're not going to tell the story, just watch. Enjoy.