Tag Archive | music video
Paramore began as the new kids on the block in 2005 at pop punk superlabel Fueled By Ramen (lead singer Hayley Williams was only 16 when their debut album was released) and have since blown up into one of the biggest bands in the genre. The band has delved into different sounds on their latest […]
Take a listen to this potential summer jam “Crickets” by hip hop group Drop City Yacht Club featuring R&B singer Jeremih! Their debut album is due for release in fall 2013.
will.i.am is coming back with a new solo album called #willpower on February 1st. His hashtagged album title might be something we’ll be laughing at 10 years from now because of sheer irrelevance (see: mentions of pagers/beepers by artists such as 3LW and Destiny’s Child) but who am I to question the longevity of Twitter […]
About two weeks ago, Solange posted a teaser video for her new single “Losing You” and she finally released the music video and single last night. But wait, let me back up a little bit. Who is Solange? Who’s that posse with her in that picture? What about that teaser video? Click through for the […]
DJ/producer Calvin Harris seems to be keeping himself pretty busy these days. In the past year he’s worked with big name artists like Rihanna (“We Found Love”), Kelis (“Bounce”), and Ne-Yo (“Let’s Go”). The music video for Harris’s latest single “Sweet Nothing” premiered yesterday and features the talented Florence Welch of Florence + the Machine. […]
Queen Bey has graced us with an amazing video of her special performance at the United Nations General Assembly in New York on August 10th. With the help of the UN, producer Scott Robinson, and co-directors Kenzo Digital and Sophie Muller, this music video was created in honor of World Humanitarian Day (tomorrow, August 19). […]
The video: Yesterday brought the premiere of the music video for “Both of Us,” the latest single off B.o.B’s sophomore album Strange Clouds. It was shot in Nashville, Tennessee but don’t let the location fool you. This video shows a different side of the city and its people – great examples of gritty, rural Americana. […]