In the latest episode in Skateboard P’s ARTST TLK series he sits down with Usher to speak on his own long-standing career as well as his relationship with Justin Bieber, before they have a three-way convo with Pharrell’s latest protégée Leah LaBelle.
Yep, it’s about as random to you as it is to me. It’s not that bad, though.
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On top of bringing out Jay-Z for a performance of “Money Ain’t A Thang”, Jermaine Dupri had a few other plans in line for the So So Def 20th Anniversary show. Up top, Kris Kross got dressed backwards and ran through “Warm It Up,” “Jump,” and “Live & Die For Hip Hop”. While Ludacris, Usher and Lil Jon perform “Lovers & Friends”, “Yeah”, and “Welcome to Atlanta”.
Mr. Raymond does the Valentine’s Day thing with some help from Diplo.
PREVIOUS: Usher – Numb (Video)
Directed by Christopher Sims
I never expected the same person who crafted bangers with Timbaland, The Neptunes and DJ Premier to do a song like this. Rap game stressful. Anyways, Ludaversal comes next year.
Here’s the latest single off Ludacris’ upcoming album, Ludaversal, out early 2013.
Ludacris and Usher record the David Guetta-produced “Rest of My Life” slated to appear on his upcoming album, Ludaversal. The song is set to premiere November 2.
Power 99 held its annual Powerhouse event in Philadelphia on October 26, 2012. This marked the 30th Powerhouse concert. Rick Ross brought out French Montana and Usher. Video footage courtesy of Rick Dange of HHS1987.com
“Numb” is the latest video off Ursher’s Looking 4 Myself out now.
PREVIOUS: Usher – Dive (Video)
Usher, who has just gained full custody of his children with estranged ex-wife Tameka Raymond, liberates his latest clip off Looking 4 Myself.
MMG – Bag Of Money, So Sophisticated & Black Magic.
Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Big Sean and Pusha T kicked things off with a medley of Mercy, Cold and New God Flow (which can be seen here). Other performers include Nicki Minaj, Chris Brown, MMG (shown above), Usher and more. Hit the jump for the rest. UPDATE: We’ve also added the winner’s of each category. With The Throne, Chris Brown and Beyonce being the big winners.
Directed by Chris Robinson