LeToya Luckett Shares ‘In The Name of Love’ Video

LeToya Luckett has released the video for her song “In The Name of Love.”

The story picks back up with Omar and LeToya  coincidentally running into each other (again!) at a restaurant one night. When Omar tries to apologize and beg for LeToya’s forgiveness, she stops him in his tracks, letting him know that it’s over, for good. This sends Omar on a quest to win her back, which you’ll see play out by the end of the video.

On the Warryn Campbell produced record, LeToya is done with the childish games and is ready to embrace honesty and real love.

“Babe, there’s no other way I’d rather spend tomorrow/Than right next to you/Oh my baby, you could play them games, babe/But I know, you could have the world but you still can’t buy this/love, love, love, love,” she sings.

This is the third installment of the “Back 2 Life” mini-movie series, and also spotlights (what is hopefully her next single) “Grey,” which features rapper and good friend Ludacris. Both songs are pulled from her latest album Back 2 Life.

Watch the video for “In The Name of Love” below.

If you have some catching up to do, watch the videos for “Back 2 Life” and “Used To,” also known as parts one and two of the series, below.

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6LACK Sheds Light on the Price of Fame in ‘Switch’ Video

6LACK makes headlines off his celebrity name in the music video for “Switch.”

Directed by Rohan Blair-Mangat, the vivid picture finds the Atlanta-based singer laying motionless on the street after a motorcycle accident. A crowd of reporters swarms 6LACK — not to help, but to snap the first shot and send to media outlets.

Along the clip, 6LACK shares home videos that show him spending time with his daughter before he made it big.

“Switch” appears to be the first official release from 6LACK’s new album era. The “done” album will serve as the follow-up to his 2016 debut FREE 6LACK.

6LACK is featured on Khalid’s latest single “OTW” with Ty Dolla $ign.

Tone Stith Owns the Court in ‘Light Flex’ Video

Tone Stith brings out a vintage Lasonic boombox and colorful jerseys for his new video “Light Flex” featuring 2 Chainz.

In the active video, Stith and a few friends hit the basketball court to flaunt their impressive offensive and defensive skills. The five players also entertain us with flashy dance moves in the absence of 2 Chainz.

“Light Flex” one of the many songs on the Uncle Drew soundtrack, which was released on June 15. The star-studded soundtrack includes appearances from Khalid, Yo Gotti, Remy Ma, YBN Nahmir, Gucci Mane, G-Eazy, 21 Savage and more.

Before attaching himself to the Uncle Drew compilation project, Stith released a series of songs including “Long Run,” “Lonely” and “A Little Bit of Lovin‘.”

Watch the video below.

Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign Release ‘The Light’ Video

Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign bring “The Light” to a skating rink parking lot in their new video.

Shot at the Moonlight Rollerway in Glendale, Calif., the two R&B heartthrobs invite the flyest guys and gals to make late-night summer memories. With the nostalgic tune blasting in the lot, social media sensation Dan Rue and other cool dancers put on a dance battle for party-goers.

“The Light” is the first single from Jeremih and Ty’s upcoming joint album, MihTy, which is expected to arrive later this summer.

MihTy isn’t the only thing Jeremih and Ty have in common these days. The latter hitmaker is working on a joint project with Teyana Taylor while Jeremih is hitting the road with her for a summer tour.

Watch Jeremih and Ty Dolla $ign’s “The Light” video below.

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