New Videos From Sway & Lemar, Hollywood Holt & Terrence Howard

Get your passports ready because this week's new video roundup takes it from the US to the UK with three videos for your viewing pleasure. First up is British rapper Sway with soul singer Lemar in all of his sexy green-eyed glory with a new clip that features the rapper making his way through his day. The Alexander O'Neal and Cherrelle sample, and Lemar on the hook had me dancing in my chair. Next up is Hollywood Holt with a video and song for the hipster set. I suddenly feel the need to wear skinny jeans and not bathe after watching this one. Last but certainly not least in his mind is actor Terrence Howard with the first music video from his upcoming album, which features him singing and playing the guitar while back by an orchestra. And that's it. Don't know about anyone else, but hearing and seeing this makes me miss his rapping.
As always, enjoy!

Sway feat. Lemar: "Saturday Night Hustle"

Hollywood Holt: "Hollywood"

Terrence Howard: "Sanctuary"

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2 Responses

  1. lamar's debut CD was probably the best british R&B in a long time, Craig David may get more press but cats int he streets are feeling Lamar. He's been out for a hot minute and I havent heard anything from him in about 2 to 3 years but this joint is a nice way to come back

  2. Lemar has been doing his thing since he lost out on winning the Fame Academy show here, he was the talent on that show. He's shown everyone that he has what it takes and I think this coming up will be his fourth studio album or something like that. He is definitely showing why the UK is great for music right now, we have so much talent here that goes under the radar. Lemar is definitely one of those talents and it seems a lot of others like him too. He's great.
    Sway on the otherhand though seems to like working with real British soul talents, on one of his last CD's, he worked with a VERY underrated talent here caleld Nate James. Now that was great cos Nate has gone from being on a major label to being on his own label , still with limited success here. It's nice to see Sway supporting talent, he could have quite easily have had a really big name on his tracks, but he chose to keep it simple and support the underrated talents.