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New Videos: B.o.B's 'F**ked Up' and Monica's 'Until It's Gone'

October 25, 2011 (7:38 am) GMT
The 'Nothin' on You' rapper goes sightseeing with his homie, while the 'Angel of Mine' hitmaker is weeping the loss of a dear friend.

and have just premiered a music video each. The Atlanta rapper releases the viral clip for his track "F**ked Up" as a thank-you to his fans for making #strangeclouds become one of the trending topics on Twitter. Meanwhile, the Georgia R&B singer drops visuals to promote her single "Until It's Gone".

B.o.B takes a trip to Asia with his homie Playboy Tre in the "F**ked Up" music video. The Hip-Hop duo explore the night market and rap soundtrack for the buzzing nightlife of their surroundings. The song samples I Blame Coco's "Control", and hasn't been confirmed as a new material for B.o.B's upcoming album "".

While B.o.B is celebrating the good life, Monica is quite the opposite. She's mourning the death of a close friend, played by Malinda Williams, in the "Until It's Gone" clip. The story begins when Malinda argues with her on-screen husband (Brian White) in a moving car about his cheating. They got an accident which led to her death and left him in deep guilt.

"Until It's Gone" was written and produced by with additional penning from and Cainon Lamb. Its tear-jerking music video comes from direction hands of Diane Martel, and it's filmed in the Harlem neighborhood in the New York City borough of Manhattan.

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