Tyrese scores his third No. 1 on Adult R&B Songs as “Shame” rises 2-1 in its 13th week (chart dated Aug. 8), growing eight percent in plays in the week ending July 26, according to Nielsen Music.
“Shame” is his first No. 1 since “Stay” spent 11 crowning weeks in 2011 and comes 12 years after the singer/actor first led the list, when “How You Gonna Act Like That” had a four-week No. 1 run in 2003.
“Shame’s” parent album, Black Rose, sits atop R&B Albums for a second week (47,000 sold in the week ending July 23; down 37 percent), following its No. 1 debut.
Welcome to Miami. Pitbull and Chris Brown bring the party to South Beach in the vibrant video for “Fun,” the latest single off Pit’s album Globalization. Decked out in their colorful clothes, the dapper gentlemen get their “Miami Vice” in the Gil Green-directed clip, which features foreign cars, exotic ladies, and a whole lot of F-U-N.
Mr. 305 finds out that his girl is running the import-export trade from Colombia to Miami, and he must go undercover and bring her in. But the first order of business is fun.
Breezy and Pit fill a yacht with bikini-clad babes and hit up club Ocean Surf with Pitbull’s sextet of dancers, The Most Bad Ones. And Chris glides across the floor with his slick moves.
“With Pitbull, he always has a hit record,” Brown told Ryan Seacrest. “And the chemistry is there. I think our camaraderie and our friendship kind of makes the record bigger than what it is because it’s kind of effortless. It’s like it’s fun to do.”
Take a trip to paradise with the dynamic duo.
Treasure Davis premieres the video for “The One,” which was taken from her EP Heart Flavored Summer, exclusively on Rap-Up. In the cinematic clip, directed by Jerome D. (Kendrick Lamar, ScHoolboy Q), the L.A. singer-songwriter plays a waitress at a diner. She has a boyfriend at home, but ends up falling for her co-worker, and is torn between two lovers.
“What if you’re the one,” she wonders.
Pia Mia pays homage to her island roots in the feel-good video for her Nic Nac-produced single “Do It Again.” In the summery clip, which was shot in Malibu, the 18-year-old Guam native hits the beach with Chris Brown and Tyga. The blonde bombshell shows off her dance moves in the sand and rocks bikinis and her trademark bandana while cruising in her Wrangler with her girlfriends. In the final scene, she meets up with Breezy and Tyga at a party, and they dance the night away.
“Getting to do this record with Chris and Tyga was a very special experience for me,” Pia Mia told Rap-Up. “They’re both artists that I love and have listened to for a long time, and getting to see how they work in the studio is inspiring to me.”
Look for the song on her upcoming debut album, which will feature a “rhythmic-pop” sound.
Despite his arrest this week for kidnapping and assault, Rick Ross stays bossed up. The MMG mogul cooks up a video for the remix to his Hood Billionaire single “Neighborhood Drug Dealer” featuring Future. The rap duo runs the streets in the gritty clip and Rozay flaunts a fistful of cash alongside some naked ladies. Hit the block with the D-boys.
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