A day after debuting the song, Kehlani drops the video for “Nunya” featuring Dom Kennedy. In the throwback-inspired visual, the mom-to-be escapes to the snowy mountains of Big Bear, Calif. while seven months pregnant. Dressed in an oversized white coat and ski goggles, she performs amongst the wintery wonderland and
L.A. rapper Boogie‘s new album Everything’s For Sale contains an Eminem feature on the song “Rainy Days,” and on Wednesday the track’s video emerged. The two rappers perform in a room that resembles a graffiti-scrawled diary, as well as a blood red space, totally empty except for a single section,
Dreamville is preparing for a big 2019. In addition to new albums from J. Cole and EarthGang, Ari Lennox is set to release her debut album. The label’s sole songstress debuts the sensual video for her single “Shea Butter Baby.” Directed by Bennett Johnson, the hazy clip showcases Ari’s sultry
Vampire Weekend have shared a video for new single “Harmony Hall.” Directed by regualr collaborator Emmett Malloy, the video continues the band’s current use of “wicked snakes” in their imagery and includes cameo appearances from Jonah Hill and Dev Hynes. The band will embark on a tour of North America
Ali John Meredith-Lacey, better known as Novo Amor, is a Welsh multi-instrumentalist and singer-songwriter whose 2018 album Birthplace is packed full of cinematic soundscapes undercut with more than a little melancholy. Today sees the premiere of an ambitious double video from the project, with Novo Amor taking a backseat and
As the world awaits his forthcoming debut album Nothing Great About Britain, slowthai has offered a new single from the record, “Peace Of Mind.” The bonkers track finds the Northampton rapper grappling with mental instability and iPhone alarm clocks, themes that are further emphasized by its truly surreal music video.
LOONA are quickly ascending as one of the most ferociously adored rising K-pop acts. If you still don’t know why, look no further than their new video for “Butterfly,” an immaculate demonstration of choreography shot across three continents. The spirited single, which encourages listeners to take flight on their own
Lorne Michaels’ Broadway Video and Amazon’s Audible have struck a deal to create multiple audio-only original comedy programs for Audible listeners, Variety has learned, starting with an absurdist medieval series created by “Saturday Night Live” star Kate McKinnon and her sister Emily Lynne. “Heads Will Roll” is the first of