We spend a lot of time thinking about crushes here at Buzzworthy, but RARELY do our daydreams end up in nightmare territory. Obviously all bets are off, however, in a round of "F***, Marry, Kill," aka that game where you choose someone to eff, marry, or kill in a lineup of three dudes/gals (all ranging in desirability). And speaking of scary, "Scary Movie 5" star Ashley Tisdale put on a brave face for her own 2013 MTV Movie Awards-themed game of "F***, Marry, Kill" with MTV After Hours' Josh Horowitz, where she chose between horror movie characters and famous vampires (we're talking along the lines of Freddy Krueger and Dracula). Clearly Ashley had given this matter some thought, as she wisely elected to marry Edward Cullen aka Robert Pattinson (GET IN LINE), kill a zombie, and f*** a certain chocolate cereal mascot. (Sounds kinky. At least Nosferatu didn't make the list.)
Miguel and Kendrick Lamar have a tipsy night in "How Many Drinks? (Remix)."
Neo-soul singer Miguel's second album, Kaleidoscope Dream, was released around the same time last fall as Kendrick Lamar's sophomore disc, Good Kid, m.A.A.d City, so it almost feels serendipitous that these two breakthrough artists of 2012 would collabo. On his latest single, "How Many Drinks? (Remix)," Miguel teams up with Kendrick for a night out on the town where they get a lil' tipsy, chat up some ladies, and try to schedule a sexy sleepover. Sure, you want to judge, sure, but how many of y'all wouldn't go home with Miguel and/or Kendrick?
Listen to Miguel featuring Kendrick Lamar's "How Many Drinks? (Remix)" after the jump.
Fabolous woos a Dominican beauty in his latest video for "Ready."
When it comes to New York rap kingpin Fabolous, it's Loso's way or the highway. But you never know -- maybe he'll change his style for the right girl. At least that's what we're getting from Fab's "Ready" clip featuring Chris Brown, the latest single from Loso Way 2: Rise to Power. Shot in the gorgeous Dominican Republic, Fab's vacation is sweetened by a local beauty who gives him all kinds of special treats. MINDS OUT OF THE GUTTER: We mean she's a maid who sneaks him luxury goods like watches and chains. But we kinda led you there. Sorry!
Watch Fabolous featuring Chris Brown's "Ready" video after the jump.
DeStorm Power instructs a classroom of high school students in his "Invincible" video.
When we last saw DeStorm Power, he was playing a chained-up school janitor in the video for "King Kong." Well, now it seems he's been promoted from custodian to teacher in his "Invincible" video (the latest cut from his King Kong mixtape), featuring fellow YouTube superstars Ray William Johnson and Chester See. So, first DeStorm was a janitor, and now he's a teacher? Will he be promoted to principal next? Maybe superintendent? We're detecting a theme here...
Watch DeStorm Power featuring Ray William Johnson and Chester See's "Invincible" video after the jump.
Nicki Minaj loses the pop star panache in her latest video for "Up In Flames."
Barbz, we know that your leader, Nicki Minaj, just dropped a super steamy clip for "High School" with YMCMB boss Lil Wayne, but girl is ALREADY back with another clip -- this time for Pink Friday: Roman Reloaded -- The Re-Up opener "Up In Flames." And if there's any takeaway here, it's that Nicki is 110 percent serious about being the best rapper in the game, male or female. She already admitted to being the best in a recent interview, but now instead of telling us, she's showing us in her no-frills clip.
Watch Nicki Minaj's "Up In Flames" video after the jump.
Theophilus London teams up with the Menahan Street Band on his latest track, "Rio."
Theophilus London must be the type of musician who gets easily inspired by his surroundings: When we last heard from him in February, he was rhyming about a "Snow Angel," and now that it's FINALLY starting to warm up, the Brooklyn rapper is daydreaming of beaches and samba on his latest single, "Rio." Inspired by a trip to Brazil in 2010, Theophilus called the track an "introduction to the vibe I’m taking for my next, still-untitled full-length." (And we totally hope it'll feature Kanye West and Drake like he suggested in December.)
Listen to Theophilus London featuring the Menahan Street Band's "Rio" after the jump.
J. Cole gets BURNED by an ex-FLAME in his "Power Trip" video. (Hint, hint.)
Breakups are hard. Sometimes they're so hard, in fact, that you end up camped outside of your ex's house in your car, like Roc Nation rapper J. Cole does in his "Power Trip" video. The latest from his forthcoming Born Sinner album, "Power Trip" has J. Cole trying to forget the past, mainly because sexy singer Miguel is all up in it -- specifically, dating J's ex-girlfriend (not cool, bro). And true, that would probably make most dudes super angry, but J. Cole takes it WAY too far.
Watch J. Cole featuring Miguel's "Power Trip" video after the jump.
Watch Paramore perform live on MTV!
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We are almost finally here!! "Here," of course, meaning "watching Paramore rock out live on MTV!" To celebrate the release of their fourth studio album, dropping tomorrow, April 9, Paramore is hanging out with MTV right "Now" for an exclusive live performance AND interview with MTV News' James Montgomery and Buzzworthy's Tamar Anitai. Livestream "Paramore: Live From MTV" right here at 5 p.m. ET, and don't say we never did anything for you, Paramore Stans!
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Big Sean vows loyalty to his clique on "Switch Up."
The Beatles once sang, "I get by with a little help from my friends," and they certainly weren't the only musicians to wax poetic about loving your best buds. Detroit rapper Big Sean also has a great deal of love for his friends -- or, more specifically, Kanye West's G.O.O.D. Music crew, whom he name drops the ish out of on "Switch Up," a new track featuring G.O.O.D. brother Common, from the upcoming second album, Hall Of Fame. Why would you switch it up, Big Sean? We've heard good things about your "Clique"!
Listen to Big Sean featuring Common's "Switch Up" after the jump.
Watch Snoop and Drake discuss their song against gun violence, "No Guns Allowed."
When Snoop Lion released "No Guns Allowed," his poignant plea to end gun violence (from the upcoming album Reincarnated), we all dropped what we were doing to listen. As someone who has been in the rap game for more than two decades and on the streets for even longer, when Snoop speaks out on something like gun violence, it holds a certain weight. Now, in a behind-the-scenes video from the "No Guns Allowed" video set, Drake and the recently turned Rastafarian reveal their personal motivations for recording this seminal song.
Watch Snoop Lion and Drake behind the scenes of "No Guns Allowed" after the jump.