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‘Twerk It’, ‘Dirty Laundry’, ‘Act Right’ + More New Videos [NewTube Thursday]

Let’s do this “Dirty Laundry” — I’m really a “Blkkk Skkkn Head” who don’t know how to “Act Right”, but I sure know how to “Twerk It!”

Let me “Show You” on this NewTube Thursday featuring Kelly Rowland, Busta Rhymes, Niki Minaj, Yo Gotti and Tyga.

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Busta Rhymes dropped his newest video to his 2013 single “Twerk It” feauturing Niki Manaj. Busta rarely disappoints in his videos, as he rocks multiple Louis Vuitton soldier uniforms while getting grinded on by some thick video girls. Nicki steals the show, however, with a killer verse and some twerking moves of her own. Also featuring cameos from Pharell, DJ Khaled, and an awesome verbal battle with Busta from actress Taraji P. Henson certainly contribute to the visual. (Watch behind the scenes footage in the BONUS section below!)

Kelly Rowland debuted her music video for the song “Dirty Laundry” on Monday, off her fourth studio album Talk a Good Game. The singer cries through most of the video as she opens up about previous relationships and her struggles when Beyonce was blowing up and she wasn’t. The visual of her in a pool of possibly her own tears certainly compliments the theme of the song.

Kanye West released the music video for “BLKKK SKKKN HEAD” this week off his newest album Yeezus. The video leaked a few weeks back, and the final version is defiantly better than the original. As in typical Kanye fashion, this video is groundbreaking for many reasons. This video is the first ever to be interactive with the viewer. If you watch it on kanyewest.com, you can adjust the video’s level of speed and take screenshots at any moment. Although I wasn’t totally in love with the song, the half animated visual is defiantly something to check out.

Yo Gotti teams up with Young Jeezy and YG in the video to their bay area banger “Act Right”. In classic Bay fashion, the three ghost ride the whip, do doughnuts with the Lamborghini doors up, and party like there’s no tomorrow. WBLK has been bumping this track for weeks now and the visual is certainly an entertaining watch.

Tyga and Future pack their bags as they head to Catalina Island on a luxurious yacht for the official video to “Show You”. The smooth record appeared on Tyga’s third studio album ‘Hotel California’ released back in April. We can only assume they are talking about China Whyte, and Ciara as they confess their love of “showing them off” My favorite line has to be “everybody seen you with them, now them heels sold out” which defiantly captures the essence of their two fashion icon girlfriends.

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Behind the scenes with Busta and Nicki – two of the most animated rappers I’ve ever seen!

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