VIDEOS: Kelly Rowland; Usher; Fat Joe + D Smoke & Snoop Dogg!
We got a foresome of badass R&B hits from Kelly Rowland “COFFEE”, Usher “Don’t Waste My Time” and Fat Joe “Hands on You,” and D Smoke & Snoop Dogg “Gaspar Yanga.” Continue on to watch all 4 videos from Kelly Rowland, Usher, Fat Joe and D Smoke & Snoop Dogg
CelebNMusic247.com thought it would be chill to let you in on some of the hottest new videos that’s dropped during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Music just makes the day so much more cool, especially these three SIC VIDS from Kelly Rowland, Usher, Fat Joe and D Smoke & Snoop Dogg.
Kelly Rowland – “COFFEE”:
Former Destiny’s Child member Kelly Rowland is making sure to add steam to your “COFFEE.” The video capitalizes off of the various beautiful shades of black women with Kelly being front and center. As a matter of fact the song is so short, it makes you fiend for more. This couldn’t come at a more convenient time with racism being displayed all over the world. This song and the concept of the video is needed.
Usher – “Don’t Waste My Time” ft. Ella Mai:
R&B heartthrob Usher dances his way through an opulent house party in the video for “Don’t Waste My Time,” the star’s new collaboration with Ella Mai. Snoop Dogg, the singer-songwriter Eric Bellinger, and the actor Evan Ross all make cameos in the clip, which is cheerful, frothy and carefree, a jarring reminder that humans were once able to party.
Fat Joe, Dre – “Hands on You” ft. Jeremih, Bryson Tiller:
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Recently Fat Joe dropped one hell of a smooth hit featuring Dre at one of Miami’s greatest hotspots Club Liv in the TIDAL-released visual for their latest single “Hands On You” from their collaborative album Family Ties.
The Irv Gotti-directed video and Hitmaka-produced features The Bronx Heavyweight and Dre — one-half of Miami’s revered production duo Cool & Dre rapping on the cut — and R&B stalwarts Bryson Tiller and Jeremih.
D Smoke & Snoop Dogg – “Gaspar Yanga”:
The track comes from the “Black Habits” album. “Gaspar Yanga” give you a taste of Inglewood life and what goes down in a mere second. The video is directed by Sergio Maldonado, responsible for the classic videos from the late Nipsey Hussle, he miraculously encapsulated the energy of that moment to pushed forward a brilliantly complicated depiction of a modern-day, Gaspar Yanga.
This is the second single and video from the “Black Habits” which features the main song of the same name of the album. Keep your eyes on LA rapper D Smoke who is the newest rapper to hit the scene since the passing of the late Nipsey Hussle.