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Trey Songz - Slow Motion

"In promotion of the re-release of his sixth studio album Trigga, Trey Songz gives his fans a V-Day treat with the visuals for 'Slow Motion,' directed by DRE Films.

Starring model Tanaya Henry, her and Trey share intimate moments at his crib throughout the clip. They're definitely spending their romantic date indoors."

- Complex

YG - Pop IT Shake It (Uncut)

"In iconic BET Uncut tradition, YG and DJ Mustard released a beyond X-rated music video for his track 'Pop It, Shake It.' There was nothing but sexy ladies twerking and partying with the rapper and his excited guests in the Dre Films-directed video. The project is definitely a game changer that will have you ready to 'pop it and shake it' yourself."

- Karen Civil

Rick Ross - Thug Cry ft. Lil Wayne

"The video follows a prisoner, played by actor Wood Harris, as he steps out of jail after serving time. Flashbacks reveals Harris' sentencing."

- Billboard

O.T. Genasis - Coco (TV Version)

"O.T. Genasis' infectious 'Coco' cut now has a new star-studded video.

Busta RhymesTimbaland and DJ Khaled make cameos, which are awesome. But perhaps the best cameos come by way of Ice T and his wife Coco, who he is in love with. See what they did there? 

The video is quite different from the original, which already has 42,246,572 views on YouTube. The new DRE Films-directed clip is a lot cleaner (the only thing being cooked here is a coconut cake), but the song remains just as infectious."

- MTV

Migos - Black Bottles ft. Rick Ross

"Rick Ross' partnership with Belaire Rosé serves as the inspiration for teamup with Migos, 'Black Bottles.' While there's plenty of promotion for the French sparkling wine in the black and white visual, the men hold our attention.

Ross stunts with the Atlanta trio behind a mask, flashing cash and jewelry throughout the whole Dre Films-directed clip."

- MTV

Rick Ross - Keep Doin' That ft. R. Kelly

"We already knew the Rick Ross and R. Kelly combination was sure to bring us the extravagance they’ve both become synonymous with and the music video for 'Keep Doin’ That (Rich B----)' delivers just that. 

The Dre Films-directed video is set in an extraordinary mansion and there are plenty of women rockin’ bikinis as Ross and The R. rejoice in the splendor. DJ Khaled and Nipsey Hussle join in on the fun as models twerk under a storm of dollar bills at a pool party. 

Ross and R. Kelly don’t stop with the fun in the sun. As the night hits, the party continues. Jeezy and T.I., who helped Snowman and Rozay patch things up, are also in attendance as mink, champagne and tight dresses are in abundance around the MCs."

- MTV

Rich Gang - 50 Plates ft. Rick Ross

"A truck heist turns into a massacre in this video homage to the classic Heat scene. So, if you think it's crazy violent — and it is —  just realize it's almost exactly what graced the big screen nearly 20 years ago."

- VideoStatic

Meek Mill - Burn ft. Big Sean

"Call 9-1-1! Meek Mill sets fire with Big Sean in the video 'Burn,' their street anthem appearing on Meek’s Dreams & Nightmares debut arriving October 30th. Hot cars, hotter women, and slithering alligators takeover the DRE Films-directed clip."

- MissInfo

Wale - The Girls On Drugs

"Let us tell you about the women Wale be chilling with. Better yet, he can tell you.

In his new video for the single 'The Girls On Drugs,' we can take a deeper look into Wale’s perspective about insecure women and why they turn to tasty cocktails and popping pills. In a Dre Films-directed visual, one can begin to understand the reality that lies behind the kush smoke and mirrors. From The Album About Nothing, this track gives us a peep into more upcoming dope visuals we can expect from Wale."

- VIBE

Rick Ross - If They Knew ft. K. Michelle

"The video, which features vocals from the irresistible K. Michelle, seems to be an emotive hood love story between the scantly-clad Michelle and big Rozay himself."

- HypeBeast

Rick Ross - Amsterdam

"If you’re the kind of person who gets a boner over real-estate, titties, and the movements of the 1%, then the new Rick Ross clip is one for the wank-bank. Clearly, when he's not doing that whole rap thing, he spends his time walking around his palace and dry-humping wads of cash, thanks to his slaves at M-M-M-Maybach Music. And I love him for it. 

I just can't quit you Rozay."

- Noisey/VICE

Meek Mill - Amen ft. Drake

"Meek Mill isn't one to shy away from parading the perks of success, especially in his latest video for 'Amen.' Teaming up with Maybach Music Group's DRE Films, the Philadelphia rapper debuted the visuals for his latest single on Sunday (7/15/12). 

Apropos to the song's title, 'Amen' finds Meek toying with his abundance of riches. The video intertwinces footage from his recent stint on Drake's Club Paradise tour with late night celebrating."

- Billboard

Rick Ross - Box Chevy

"Rick Ross has premiered the video for 'Box Chevy,' off his forthcoming album Mastermind. Actually, it’s no mere music video, it’s a 10-minute 'Dre Films/Maybach Films Picture.' The tale follows a couple dudes plotting to rob Rozay, that fearsome drug kingpin, and there’s plenty of double-crossing, twerking and flashbacking. Add in a bevy of expensive cars, and it all feels like those blockbuster hip-hop videos of the late ’90s, like 'Hypnotize.' See how the tale ends up top."

- Idolator

Rick Ross - Trap Luv ft. Yo Gotti

"The MMG Bawse joins forces with Yo Gotti for the track/visual dubbed 'Trap Luv.' Over a smooth backdrop, Gotti and Rozay take turns speaking for the dope boys of America. The DRE Films-directed visual finds Ross and Gotti posted up in their respective hoods."

- VIBE

Pusha T - Hold On ft. Rick Ross

"Pusha T connects with Rick Ross for a somber visual tribute to the fallen. In the DRE FIlms-directed flick for 'Hold On' — a cut from Pusha’s My Name Is My Name — the two offer up a little thug poetry for those still struggling and being killed in these streets. Take in their deep message above."

- VIBE

Shy Glizzy - You Know What

"Shy Glizzy has shared the visual for 'You Know What' from his Yung Jefe 2 mixtape. Glizzy and his crew show off the streets of their D.C. neighborhood, plus a whole lot of fresh jewelry and assorted automobiles. Glizzy also gets to rapping in front of some very large flames."

- The FADER

Dae Dae & London On Da Track - Dead Axx Wrong

"Dae Dae and London take over an entire aisle of a corner store and turn it up in a graffitied subway station. But, as the video goes on, we see Dae Dae and London embroiled in a 'Same Girl' situation, and Dae Dae leaves the woman in question to pay a very expensive bar tab."

- The FADER

Rick Ross - Elvis Presley Blvd. ft. Project Pat

"In the NSFW music video, the rapper posts up on his Cadillac, while an on-screen couple, disguised as the legendary Elvis Presley and Priscilla Presley, go on the run after conducting countless bank robberies. Featured guest Project Pat spits his verse alongside the Bawse."

- Billboard

Highly Suspect - Serotonia

"Highly Suspect is a Queens of the Stone Age-esque rock band that’s been making sizable waves lately, thanks to their two Grammy nominations (Mister Asylum was nominated for Best Rock Album and 'Lydia' was nominated for Best Rock Song). Below, we’re premiering their latest video for ‘Serotonia,’ a song and video that seems ripped straight out of Lana Del Ray’s book of ideas."

- Noisey/VICE

ASTR - Get So High

"Directed by Dre Films (whose output includes videos for Rick Ross, Pusha T, Wale, Meek Mill, and more), the video is set in a club netherworld, all moody lights, illicit drugs, and broken doll dance moves. It's somewhat reminiscent of that opening scene in Blade, meanwhile the song is amongst the poppiest they've ever penned, instantly catchy, but still perfectly left of center."

- Noisey/VICE