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Snoop a.k.a. DJ Snoopadelic will continue his 'Snoopadelic Cabaret' at the nightclub starting on March 28 while Khaled will kick off his 'We the Best: Vegas Edition' residency on May 1.
The music video for the track, which also features August Alsina and Jeremih, was shot last month in the Hollywood Hills by Gil Green.
The raptress, who is recently released from prison after serving for six years, does not waste time to get back to work, releasing a remix to DJ Khaled's track.
Jay's verses about the 'soft' sport lacrosse also anger Major League Lacrosse, which later pens a statement saying that the rapper won't 'last one minute on a lacrosse field during a match.'
The new remix of the song, which was originally recorded by Lopez and Montana, features new verses from Tyga, a sample of Jay-Z's 'Hey Papi' and new beat.
The Colin Tilley-directed video sees Khaled, Minaj and Future rapping in a night club, while Ross is seen alone in a mirror room
The video features the rappers rapping about the hard times they went through before they are rich.
The rappers, along with other big names like Pitbull and Ace Hood, are said to have used The Batiste Brother Band's infringing materials in their own songs.
Despite Khaled's insistence that he's serious and would never give up, the 'Superbass' hitmaker says it was just a publicity stunt before his album gets released.
The 'Take It to the Head' rapper explains why he's the best man for her, 'You need a man like me in your life that's gonna take care of you and respect you.'
The Miami rapper unveils his new star-studded video for 'Bitches and Bottles' that features Lil Wayne, T.I., and Future.
Khaled managed to keep the high-profile appearance of Kardashian a secret until the video premiere of 'I Wish You Would'.
Having a serious tone in its lyrics, the bass-heavy track is dubbed 'another monstrous earthquake to hit the streets' by Khaled.
In addition to Khaled's star-studded clip, there are also music videos for B.o.B's 'Play for Keeps' and Kreayshawn's 'Breakfast' coming out for fans' viewing pleasure.
The 'Take It to the Head' rapper films a music video with Rick Ross, Drake, Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj and Chris Brown.