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The singer shares snippets of her videos because she wants fans 'to see the music for the first time while they are also hearing it.'
Directed by Hannah Lux Davis, the music video premiered at the BET Awards pre-show on Sunday, June 30.
Also stealing attention at the event are Letoya Luckett, Mya, Amber Rose, Jordin Sparks, Adrienne Bailon and Paula Patton among others.
The lady singers will join other performers like Chris Brown, Miguel, R. Kelly and Kendrick Lamar to take the stage at the upcoming awards-giving show.
The 'Goodies' singer is performing at a Gay Pride celebration in Los Angeles when a woman hands her lawsuit papers.
West Hollywood gay bar The Factory has filed a lawsuit against the singer for bailing out at the last minute.
CiCi drops the sexy, Future-assisted clip of her new single, the first track off her upcoming self-titled album.
Princess Harris says of RiRi, 'I don't know what her problem is,' adding that she wishes her friend-turned-enemy 'well' and 'positivity.'
The singer allegedly took the personal photos for her on and off rapper boyfriend 50 Cent.
Turning 27 on October 25, the 'Get Up' hitmaker debuts the new clip that shows her boasting elaborate dance routines in the desert.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker is willing to forgive the man who did her wrong and take him back if only he's not afraid to admit his mistake.
The 'Goodies' hitmaker gives her partner a lesson on sex education in the Soundz-produced track.
The new song is going to be followed by another fresh music called 'Sorry' from 'One Woman Army'.
The bass-heavy banger is lifted off her fifth album 'One Woman Army', which is due later this year.
Other celebrities taking it to Twitter to express their post-game reactions include rapper Busta Rhymes, singer Nick Jonas, 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest and 'Smash' star Katharine McPhee.