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Video: Rihanna Releases BTS Footage From Her 'Pour It Up' Video

on October 02, 2013


What was expected to never "see the light of day", as Rihanna and former video director Vincent Haycock couldn't seem to settle creative differences (which led to an online twitter dispute); the multi-million dollar pop star is preparing the release of her #1 chart topping single 'Pour it Up'. RiRi takes us behind the scenes of a very promiscuous set, where tons of strippers perfect the craft of twerking in water, sliding up and down 10 ft tall poles and a blonde-haired Rihanna cheering them on the entire way.


If you've never been to the strip club before, Rihanna is here to give you a

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(Video) Meek Mill 'Dream Chasers 3' Private Listening Session

on September 29, 2013


Fresh in preparation of MMG's own Meek Mill and 'Dream Chasers 3' mixtape, the 'Levels' rap artist gives us some exclusive sneak peek footage of what we will hear from the new project. Meek takes us behind the scenes to the studio where he plays cut after cut from the brand new DC3 which releases at 12PM today online at

Dream Chasers 3 will include track such as 'Fuckin Wit Me', 'Dope Dealer' and 'My Life'; The tape will also feature artist such as Nicki Minaj, Fabolous, French Montana, Birdman, Corey Gunz, Ma$e, Jadakiss, Yo Gotti, Rick Ross and more!

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Trinidad James and Lex Luger Hit The Studio Together, Talk Money, Music & More!

on September 19, 2013


Rapper Trinidad James is fresh from dropping his 10PC Mild Mixtape, in which listeners formed their own opinions about and proposed it 'didn't have enough hit's. Well Trinidad has a silencer for all the opinionated individuals who think that a mixtape or album most is supposed to consist of ten #1 chart topping singles.

The 'females welcome' rhymer linked up with hit producer Lex Luger (known for his affiliation with 1017 Bricksquad Records) in the studio, where the pair spit some real knowledge about the music they make.

Trinidad claims that rappers don't know how to 'stay in their own