Music videos are the perfect opportunity for artists to flex. For artists, it's a moment when their fans and followers—whether passive or die-hard—are fully engaged. They've got the spotlight and only a few minutes to make the most of it. Rappers have been pushing their creative bounds via their visuals in , serving up shareable, meme-able, rewind-worthy clips among a pool of less-notable productions that will go unaddressed here. The video is so cinematic that its YouTube description dubs it an official movie.
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Please refresh the page and retry. A drill rapper has been banned from using specific slang words in music videos in what is believed to be the first case of its kind. Ervine Kimpalu, who goes by the artist name Rico Racks, was issued with a special five year Criminal Behaviour Order when he appeared at Blackfriars Crown Court on Friday preventing him from referring to several drug-related words in his online rap videos. The Order bars year-old Racks from saying the words bandoe, trapping, Booj, connect, shotting, whipping and Kitty - all colloquial terms associated with dealing drugs. It also bans him from possessing articles linked to drug dealing and from owning more than one mobile phone.
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Posted by Elijah C. Watson 2 weeks ago. Since then, he appeared in countless films and television series; just recently, he voiced the father of Mr. Along with his filmography, Witherspoon also made some notable cameos in rap music videos.
MOSCOW -- With breathtaking drone views of the Moscow skyline and scenes of the dynamic urban life unfolding below, Timati's latest music video was bound to get noticed. But it's unlikely that one of Russia's best-known rappers expected the backlash it would provoke. The clip for Moscow, a track featuring Timati and fellow rapper GUF, has proven so unpopular on YouTube that Timati removed it from the video-sharing platform after just two days. But not before it received over 1 million "dislikes," handing the two artists the record of largest negative rating in the history of Russian YouTube. The clip, versions of which have been copied and uploaded after its deletion by prescient YouTube users, is a paean to Moscow, a city that has emerged from the Soviet and tsarist eras as an architectural smorgasbord and major metropolis of over 12 million inhabitants.