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Friday, December 26, 2014

7 Songs That Should've Made a Video for the Song Pt. 1 [@Penney_Peroud Exclusive]

7. Nicki Minaj & Lil' Wayne - "I Get Crazy." With a crazy ill beat like that, it makes one wonder why Nicki and Wayne didn't tap on Hype Williams shoulder, to direct this fun and hip rap song.
6. Lil'Kim featuring Andrea Martin & Timbaland - "Money Talks." Go look this song up. I guarantee that you'll love it. It's classic Lil'Kim. How could you not love it?
5. The Dream - "Nikki (pt.1)." The Dream made a video for Nikki pt.2 to accompany the song, but never dared to make a video for part 1 that started the beginning of the story.
4. Outkast featuring Erykah Badu - "Humble, Mumble." Andre 3000 boasts in the beginning, "the little engine that could," but maybe their usual video director Bryan Barber could have directed a video to the overlooked breakthrough single on the Atlanta duo's Stankonia disc.
3. Monica featuring Wale - "Take a Chance". With an unusual, yet nice collaboration like this from Monica's New Life album, it's hard to believe Arista Records didn't take a chance on shooting a video.
2. Beyonce featuring Nicki Minaj - "Flawless (Remix)". Onika spit a bunch of colorful bars towards the end of the song loaded with overly sexually suggestive lyrics, but if you're a fan of either, you enjoyed a slice of their musical pound cake.
1. Jeremih featuring YG - "Don't Tell 'Em." With such a catchy song, it's just a waste of marketing not to make at least a low-budget video for Vevo and You Tube. Somebody needs to tell him to make a video. Please and thanks :)

--Penn (Follow me on Twitter @Penney_Peroud)

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