After four years of releasing droplet singles, Selena released “Lose You To Love Me” as the lead single off of her upcoming highly anticipated third studio album.
“Lose You To Love Me” is an anthem about self-love featuring lyrics filled with melancholy paired with harmonious vocals.
Moneybagg Yo and Megan Thee Stallion have teamed up for their second collaboration with the raunchy "All Dat," which released alongside a luxe visual on Thursday (Oct. 10).
The clip finds the Southern duo getting comfortable on the compound of their seaside mansion with a beautiful ocean view. Meg lets Bag "drive the boat," as the turn up heads from the pool to the dinner table.
On "Lonely Child," YoungBoy Never Broke Again's vulnerable bars speak to how fame has not only elevated him onto a pedestal, but also isolated him there, stripping him of his human status and away from his loved ones whom he’s lost along the way.
The 20-year-old rapper continues to mourn his grandmother who raised him (“I pray that grandmom keep me strong”) and murdered best friend Lil Dave, leaving YoungBoy’s “mind in a rage, I’m way too young to feel this pain.”
Without losing the essence of reggaeton, the perreo “Que Tire Pa Lante” (“That Pull Forward”) arrives with a style similar to “Shaky Shaky”. It’s about D.Y. trying to conquer a girl who is making it difficult.
Also, in the official video we can see how the earth shudders, alluding to the fact that the cause is the hip movement of the girl who is trying to conquer.
Kevin Gates is growing from his past mistakes, and shares the message in his new video for "Walls Talking."
"I'm a prisoner in my own mind/I feel like these walls talkin' to me," he repeats in the catchy hook as the music video shows the rapper in a living room with the walls melting. He leaves the room to a vast desert that walks him through visions of his life.
"If I wasn’t making music, I’d either be dead or in jail right now...I’d be doing a life sentence or I’d be dead. And I accept those things, because I just want my family and the people that I love to be OK. I accept it. My life is a sacrifice, I don’t even care. It’s for the people that I love, it’s not for me."
“El Drip” was released on October 15, 2019 and produced by Rancho Humilde. Its music video now has received 3,108,427 views on YouTube.
The bond between BTS and their fandom ARMY is truly legendary, and their music video for a new version of “Make It Right” featuring Lauv puts the relationship between artist and audience front and center in a sweet animated fantasy adventure.