Jay-Z has shot five music videos for his epic 'Blueprint 3' album, which was released back in September, and he's got a few more on deck.

"I wanna shoot 'Venus vs. Mars,' " Jay told MTV. "I may shoot two -- I shot 'Run This Town' [and 'D.O.A. (Death of Auto Tune)'], I been shooting two at the same time. I'll probably shoot 'Venus' and maybe 'A Star Is Born.' But I definitely wanna shoot 'Venus' -- I got an amazing concept in my mind."

Hova recently released a video for 'On to the Next One,' his current single, and fifth overall video from the album, which also included videos for 'Empire State of Mind,' and 'Young Forever.'

Though the Roc Nation boss plans to shoot at least two new video clips in support of an album which was released almost six months ago, his most recent song, 'Stranded (Haiti Mon Amour),' a benefit collaboration with Rihanna and members of U2, will not be receiving any such visual accompaniment.

"I don't think there will be a video," Jay said. "The number is ridiculous as far as the [money generated by the Hope For Haiti Now] album. I'm excited about the whole effort we put into the telethon. I don't think it's entertainment, I think it's a real thing. It's helping real people through a real tough time, and we'll just move on from there."

Jay-Z is currently working on his forthcoming 12th solo album, which he claims to be his "most experimental" yet.