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The British beauty throws a pool party and gets intimate with a shirtless hunk in the clip directed by Hannah Lux Davis.
During the show at Lakewood's Aaron's Amphitheatre on Sunday, August 31, the duo also brought out newcomer ILoveMakkonen who recently joined Drake's OVO label.
The star-studded track, which also features Diddy, Fabolous and DJ Khaled, is available on iTunes and the proceeds from the sales will go to Justice for Mike Brown charity.
In addition to the concert at the Barclays Center on October 16, Def Jam celebrates their anniversary with the release of a limited-edition LP and CD box set.
Chainz, who was arrested for reportedly carrying an ingredient for sizzurp at LAX last June, is scheduled to be arraigned next week.
A day before leaking, the song was previewed by 2 Chainz during his set at the 4th Annual Street Execs Christmas Concert in Atlanta.
The Sharrod Marcus Simpson-directed visuals sees the rapper paying tribute to friend Puerto Rican Johnny, who passed away last year.
During the Compton MC's set, Diddy performs 'All About the Benjamins' and his verse on the remix of Future's 'Same Damn Time'.
The 'Django Unchained' actor manages to raise money for charity while ringing in his birthday in a New York hotspot with his famous friends.
The Marc Klasfeld-directed clip sees the rapper hitting New Orleans to reunite with his mates from Hot Boys, which include Lil Wayne, Juvenile, and Mannie Fresh.
The 'No Lie' rapper starts a digital cookbook '#MEAL TIME' which is included in deluxe edition of his latest album 'B.O.A.T.S. II: Me Time'.
Directed by Sharod Marcus Simpson, 'Where U Been' music video sees 2 Chainz riding a bike, playing shows and hanging out with some twerking ladies on a parking lot.
According to documents submitted to court, there were semi-automatic pistols, prescription drug and drug paraphernalia in a tour bus which carried Chainz and his entourage two weeks ago.
After a nine-hour stand-off with police, the rapper spends the morning in jail for obstructing an officer.
The Toronto rapper enlists two Def Jam Records artists for his new single, posted days before OVO Fest.