Music videos out this week include two efforts from American rapper Lil Wayne, including a clip that also features Eminem. Also: The Spanish-language version of "We Are the World" unites 50 Latin music stars to benefit Haiti earthquake relief.
Lil Wayne/Young Money: "Roger That"
Rapper Lil Wayne reportedly filmed more than 20 videos shortly before beginning a one-year jail sentence on March 8. On March 2 he released the first in that slew of videos, this one a Sin City -inspired clip with the rap collective Young Money Entertainment. "Roger That," which features Nicki Minaj and Tyga in addition to Lil Wayne, is the third single from Young Money's We Are Young Money album.
Lil Wayne/Eminem: "Drop the World"
The weekend before he began his jail sentence, Lil Wayne released another video for the track "Drop the World" from his Rebirth album. Eminem appears about two minutes into the chaotic, Gotham City-esque clip.
"Somos El Mundo"
A video for the Spanish-language version of "We Are The World," translated by Emilio and Gloria Estefan, was recorded on February 19 in Miami and released March 2. The clip, which, along with the single, was created to raise funds for Haiti earthquake relief, features Ricky Martin, Shakira, Black Eyed Peas' Taboo, and many more Latin stars.
Coming Soon: Lady Gaga is reportedly putting the finishing touches on her video for "Telephone," which features Beyoncé; and Alicia Keys's "Put it in a Love Song," also featuring Beyoncé, is expected out soon.