Khalid Releases ‘Young Dumb & Broke’ Video

R&B breakout star Khalid has released a visual for his latest single “Young Dumb & Broke.” The lighthearted video, directed by Calmatic, takes place at a high school. The yearbook-themed clip is packed with cameos from stars including Fifth Harmony’s Normani Kordei, actor/comedian Wayne Brady and actress Rachael Leigh Cook, to name a few.

“Young Dumb & Broke” is lifted from Khalid’s debut album, American Teen, which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200.  In June, the El Paso, Texas native teamed with Rae Sremmurd and Lil Yatchy for the official remix to “Young Dumb & Broke.”

Khalid recently launched his American Teen Tour, which will wrap up on September 21 in San Fransisco, Calif.

Watch Khalid’s “Young Dumb & Broke” video below.

American Teen Tour Dates

August 2 – Revolution – Fort Lauderdale, FL
August 5 – The Fillmore – Silver Spring, MD
August 6 – Paradise Rock Club – Boston, MA
August 8 – Corona Theatre – Montreal, QC
August 9 – Rebel – Toronto, ON
August 10 – Theatre of Living Arts – Philadelphia, PA
August 13 – Terminal 5 – New York, NY
August 17 – House of Blues – Chicago – Chicago, IL
August 18 – First Avenue – Minneapolis, MN
August 20 – Ogden Theater – Denver, CO
August 25 – The Novo – Los Angeles, CA
September 21 – Nob Hill Masonic – San Francisco, CA

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Khalid and Normani Make Chemistry in ‘Love Lies’ Video

Khalid and Normani can’t keep their eyes off each other in their fervid visual for “Love Lies,” lifted from the impending Love, Simon soundtrack.

The cinematic video begins with Khalid — who is working as a valet attendant — setting up his on-the-job plans with a text thread with his Fifth Harmony co-star. He sends Normani the ‘location’ of the hotel he works at and she pulls up shortly in a black ride.

The Young Dumb & Broke artist opens her door, and Normani steps out dressed in a flowy black trench-coat. Eager to put on a show, she hardly makes it to her room before she snatches off her coat to reveal her sexy lingerie.

Finally, in the room, Normani draws back the curtains and dances like her life depends on it. Khalid has a bird’s-eye view of her dance number and sends her emojis of appreciation at his valet post.

Love, Simon will hit the big screen on March 16.

See how the steamy “Love Lies” video caps off below.

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Rotimi Releases ‘Baecation’ Video

It seems like almost every R&B artist is dropping some material on Valentine’s Day. In celebration of the loving holiday, Rotimi has released a visual for “Baecation” from his Jeep Music, Vol. 1 EP.

In the video, directed by Sean Edwards, Rotimi calls up his girl and surprises her with a romantic date around town. The two enjoy each other’s company at a park, before heading to take pictures at a photo booth.

According to a press release, Rotimi is gearing up to release another EP later this year, as well as return for the fifth season of the hit show on STARZ, Power. 

Last December, the actor/singer released a remix to “Kitchen Table” with Trey Songz and Ty Dolla $ign. The original version also appears on Jeep Music, Vol. 1. 

Watch Rotimi’s “Baecation” video below.

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K. Michelle Shares ‘Crazy Like You’ Video

Don’t mess with K. Michelle or you’ll come up missing. The versatile artist reveals her plans for revenge to her therapist Annabelle in the video for “Crazy Like You.”

The eerie picture starts with K. Michelle and several look-a-likes strutting around an abandoned warehouse in a revealing black outfit. The camera flashes to more women, one holding a tank of gasoline, who seem to be ready to set fire to the rain. Going back to K, sporting a platinum blonde ponytail, an over-sized dress and plaid boots, she gets comfy on a vintage sofa to share her plot for vengeance to a red-headed doll.

“Crazy Like You” is lifted from K. Michelle’s latest album, Kimberly: The People I Used To Know.

See how K. Michelle and her bandits get even with their mate below.

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