Set in the White House, the Dave Meyers-directed visuals sees the songstress working at the Oval Office, leading an important meeting and holding a press conference.
Directed by Cliqua, the five-and-a-half-minute visuals continues the storyline from 'In Your Eyes' music video that ended with the Canadian superstar getting beheaded.
The Grand Hustle rapper explains why he refused to accept Busta Rhymes' rap-off challenge, claiming that the 'I Know What You Want' hitmaker is too old to become his opponent.
During an interview, the hip-hop star alludes that he can't be kicked out of the group because he is one of the founding members, adding, 'Once you're in the Mob, you can't get out.'
Meanwhile, country legend Shania Twain makes use of the event to celebrate the 25th anniversary of her full-length 'The Woman in Me' by singing her hit 'Whose Bed Have Your Boots Been Under?'
During the Sarah Hyland, Kane Brown and Ashley McBride-hosted event, the 'American Idol' alum wins Video of the Year and Female Video of the Year for 'Drinking Alone'.
On his 'Top' version of Jay-Z's 'Story of O.J.', the young rapper spits his bars, 'The s**t ain't Fugazi, I'm tryna convince Fee to tell Reginae/ How big the s**t gon' be if we have a baby.'
The 'Lose Each Other' singer is already emotional when the British singer tells her during their joint Instagram Live stream, 'You're one of the exciting new artists of the whole last three or four years.'
The 'Whatcha Say' hitmaker is celebrating at a Hollywood hot spot as he hits the pinnacle on Billboard Hot 100 with his new remix of Jawsh 685's viral hit 'Siren Beat'.
During her appearance on Andy Cohen's radio show, the comedian also reveals that Kristen Wiig reached out to her to apologize for asking her to participate in the video.
The 'Teyana and Iman' star is over the moon to have the 'Rocket Man' hitmaker play piano on her music video which is released to support her new single 'Lose Each Other'.
The 'Sweet but Psycho' singer partnered up with the video game platform to hold a launch party for her debut album 'Heaven and Hell', which hit the stores on September 18.
The new spot, which was aired during NFL games on October 18, highlights the devastating impact the coronavirus pandemic has had on music venues across the country.
The hip-hop superstar and fashion mogul first teased a collaboration with the 'Suge' rapper over the weekend, sharing on social media a screenshot of their recent text messages.
After it was reported that the rock band would headline the POTUS' Newport Beach campaign event, its co-founder makes it clear neither he nor original member Al Jardine has anything to do with it.
In a new interview, the Fleetwood Mac frontwoman admits to having completed the writing and recording of her band's hit in just 20 minutes at the secret recording space in San Francisco.
Rumors of Terrance Beasley a.k.a. Cap urinating on the 'Hotline Bling' hitmaker were first started by Meek Mill, who rapped on 'Wanna Know', 'You let Tip homie piss on you in a movie theater n***a, we ain't forget.'
Zach Herron, Jack Avery, Daniel Seavey, Corbyn Besson, and Jonah Marais mark their new evolution as a band by breaking into Billboard Hot 100 with their comeback single 'Fallin'.
Spending 31 nonconsecutive weeks atop the chart since it was released in 1977, the rock band's eleventh studio album was last in the top ten in February 1978.
On her Maluma collaboration 'Lonely', the diva sings, 'Yo siempre sere tu negrita del Bronx,' which translates into, 'I'll always be your black girl from the Bronx.'