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The two rappers throw a party in the parking lot and invite some twerking ladies in the music video.
The Three 6 Mafia founding member collapses from exhaustion and has to seek medical help at Saint Francis Memorial Hospital.
Fans are speculating if the collaboration will be for One Direction's new album or Payne's solo effort.
Weezy joins Juicy J for a live performance of 'Bandz a Make Her Dance' before treating the crowd to his own 'Believe Me' and his verse on Chris Brown's 'Loyal'.
The R'n'B superstar sees scantily-clad girls dancing on the pole as he hits a convenience store, a library and a park.
The R'n'B singer shares the official and mastered version of the Dr. Luke-produced track a few months after its unfinished version leaked.
Reggie Boyland, a rap label owner who's suing the duo, seeks an unspecified amount in damages, an injunction against the defendants' sale of the infringing works and attorney's fees.
A music video for the track, which appears in the soundtrack of the Michael Bay-directed movie, has been shot and is expected to be released next week.
The clip, based on the song's lyrics, sees the two rappers being surrounded by a bunch of twerking ladies.
Usher and Juicy J are expected to give the first live performance of their collaboration at the 2014 BET Awards on Sunday, June 29.
In the John Colombo-directed clip, the R'n'B singer rides a glowing bike to her cheating boyfriend's house to confront him.
The 1980s-themed video, directed by John Colombo, will see the songstress rocking big hair and riding a glowing bike.
The song serves as the lead single off the singer's upcoming sixth album that's expected to be released later this year.
Directed by Benny Boom, the 'Fast and Furious'-inspired video shows the Memphis rapper racing his collaborator and partying with a lot of ladies.
Some men, who come with gifts like diamond, food and even pyramid, turn into dust after they fail to win the queen's heart.