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In the clip, the boss of Maybach Music Group is seen driving his luxurious car, eating at a local Wingstop and hanging out with DJ Khaled.
The boss of Maybach Music Group lays his sexual verses while Kelly adds some new vocals on the track which originally appears in the Mother Monster's 'ARTPOP' album.
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 boss of Maybach Music Group says that he's 'still putting final touches' on his sixth studio album that is now expected to arrive next year.
The Mother Monster announces on Twitter that the Maybach Music Group boss is already on board to do the the remix of the R. Kelly-assisted single.
Directed by DRE Films in Hollywood, the video finds the two rappers sharing some words of wisdom with several young men.
Directed by Collin Tilley, the new clip features scenes of a fiery fight between two men, some cars, and some twerking women.
The Maybach Music Group mogul has announced that his sixth solo album is slated to drop on December 17.
The rappers and two other MMG artists, Omarion and Stalley, are now asked to pay a British promoter $93,281.26 for the non-refundable expenses of their canceled concert in London.
The black-and-white clip sees the Maybach Music Group CEO rapping in his hotel room while some violent scenes of 1983's film 'Scarface' are being played.
The 'I Need a Girl' hitmaker and the Maybach Music Group CEO are seen playing a game of Craps, a dice game in which players place money on the outcome of a roll.
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 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.
The video sees the rappers spitting their bars on the streets around Los Angeles while French Montana, DJ Khaled and Chris Brown appear as cameos.
The rapper releases a new version of the original made infamous by Lil Wayne for its Emmett Till lyrical reference.