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Follow the love story between the 'Lotus Flower Bomb' and his high school sweetheart played by Sabi in this music video.
Through their newly-released music videos, both the band and the rapper are trying to inspire their fans in their own ways.
The music video directed by Breezy features Wale, Big Sean and their homies, including the eye-candy females, having a fun party.
The revamped version of the chart-busting single from 'Careless World: Rise of the Last King' also features Meek Mill.
Through his second studio album, the 'Lotus Flower Bomb' rapper successfully pushed himself to gain the success he felt he was due by entering No. 2 on Billboard Hot 200.
Melanie C basks in the sunlight in the 'Let There Be Love' music video, while Wale daydreams about getting hot and heavy with the girl he falls for.
'Let's make more music, doper music. Let's work harder, so Rozay doesn't have to work as hard,' so says the protege of Rozay.
Jeremih plays around with a stewardess before catching a flight, Wale flirts with a hotel staff while Ross takes his girl inside a red room.
The Interscope Records artist said at the beginning of the video, 'I consider myself one of the best young, new rappers as well as the best out, active rapper right now.'
Britney Spears, Ke$ha and Katy Perry are listed in three categories, while Lady GaGa, Justin Bieber and Rihanna appear in two fields.
Also scoring multiple nods are Alicia Keys, Trey Songz, Melanie Fiona, Drake, Nicki Minaj and Young Money.
Noting that he can't compete with JB and 'Family Guy'-related topics, Wale decided to premiere the video early in the morning.
Kelly Osbourne, Camilla Belle, Katy Perry, John Mayer and Pink are spotted coming to Indio, Cafornia and watching performances from Wale, She and Him, La Roux and Passion Pit.
Country music acts, such as Zac Brown Band, Jamey Johnson and Miranda Lambert, are also booked for the annual festivity.
The 'Chillin' rapper has lots of fun with the 'Pretty Girls' in a music video supporting a tribute song for Washington D.C.'s go-go era.