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The rapper performs some of his hits like 'G.D.F.R.' and 'Wild Ones', and brings out the R'n'B star for their recent collaboration 'I Don't Like, It I Love It'.
Flo Rida will no longer perform at the upcoming beauty competition while Jeannie Mai will continue her role as a host despite Donald Trump controversy.
The two throw a block party in a New York street and get flirty with some ladies in the fun and summery music video.
The track is the latest to have surfaced from the singer's oft-delayed new LP 'Late Nights: The Album' that's now scheduled to arrive later this spring.
The rapper enlists Thicke and Earth, Wind and Fire's bassist White for the feel-good track from his new EP 'My House' that's due out on April 7.
The rapper gets a lucky break in the case filed against him for being a no-show for an Australia music fest since the summons were not validly served.
The two rappers team up for some wild club partying for the clip of Flo Rida's first single off his new LP.
The hip-hop superstars headline the Rolling Stone's annual Super Bowl party along with Nick Cannon, who will serve as the DJ.
Adam DeVine and his a capella group deliver an attractive performance of the 2009 hit song in front of their rival, a girl group led by Anna Kendrick.
The rapper, in return said that he never consented the contract with ADT, therefore doesn't owe the company anything.
The 86-year-old television icon was taken to a hospital in Dare County, North Carolina and passed away on Tuesday, July 3 morning.
The short snippet offers glimpses of Dexter and Debra watching something burning as well as flashback scenes from the two's childhood.
The birthday girl is joined by fellow former Disney stars Selena Gomez and Vanessa Hudgens as well as some other friends.
One of the pictures features Rick and his group trying to defend themselves from walkers in the prison yard, while the other image sees machete-wielding Maggie ready to kill a zombie.
Words are, the Odd Future Wolf Gang Kill Them All member reveals his sexual orientation by using pronoun 'him' to refer to the person he's in love with.