Wednesday, 11 December 2013 01:40
French filmmaker Mikael Colombu has taken an artistic approach to Drake's Take Care cut We'll Be Fine. A preview of the clip has been released earlier this year, but its final form has now been unveiled for your viewing pleasure. As you can see above, the video relies heavily on CGI and some rarely bizarre sci-fi elements. Definitely a visually alternative approach to Drizzy's music that you don't want to miss. Enjoy.
Saturday, 30 November 2013 04:36
The Marshall Mathers LP 2 isn’t short on its serious moments, but Eminem proves he hasn’t lost that wacky sense of humor and aesthetics in the video to his six-minute lyrical onslaught, “Rap God.” In front of a psychedelic backdrop, Slim Shady plugs into the matrix and transforms into Max Headroom, the AI character from the 80′s sci-fi series of the same name. After all, those lyrical somersaults make Em sound like a damn robot on the mic. MMLP2 is out now, enjoy.
Sunday, 24 November 2013 15:07
It was a busy week for Pusha T. Along with performing “S.N.I.T.C.H.” with Pharrell on Jimmy Kimmel Live, the street poet stopped by Chelsea Lately. The two discussed the origin of Pusha’s name, Pharrell discovering him, a lesson in diamond fronts, Kanye West’s ranting, his brother No Malice, Virginia Beach, and much more. Purchase his debut solo album My Name Is My Name on iTunes right now. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 13 November 2013 12:23
On the day she dropped her latest EP Sail Out, Jhené Aiko opens up in an exclusive interview with Pepsi.com. Aiko's been busy. Between releasing her EP, dropping a new song with Kendrick Lamar and sharing a brand new music video for "The Worst," the 25-year-old singer knows how to make things happen. She was the first artist to be signed to the No I.D.-run Def Jam imprint Atrium Records. She preaches the benefit of being signed with someone like him, because, "He truly understands what it is to be an artist, because he’s an artist also, he’s a producer... He’s always like, 'Don’t rush anything, just take your time. The music is going to be great regardless of what’s happening.'" After pushing back the release date for her Sail Out EP from October 29th to today, it's clear patience is a part of the game for Aiko. [Hear & Read More]
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Friday, 08 November 2013 15:19
Electronic music singer-songwriter and producer Sampha presents the official music video for his own solo-piano version of Drake’s “Too Much.” Originally sampled as a demo version on Nothing Was the Same, the final recording of the track was produced by Emile Haynie and is a part of Sampha’s upcoming double A-sided 7-inch vinyl single, Too Much / Happens (£5.00 GBP). Enjoy.
Sunday, 03 November 2013 17:57
Ariana Grande unleashes an Romeo & Juliet-inspired video for her Big Sean-powered single "Right There." Backed up with tons of costumes and a cameo appearance by Patrick Schwarzenegger, the rising singer makes sure that all elements are set up properly in her visual fair tale. Of course, Big Sean is showing up to join the fun as well. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 07:23
While the audio stream has been online since the end of last month, Justin Timberlake has now followed up with the official music video for his Timbaland-produced single “TKO.” Starring alongside Timberlake, we get to see Elvis Presley’s granddaughter Riley Keough acting as his estranged girlfriend. After a steamy make-out session she hits the singer over the head with a frying pan upon dragging him through the desert on the back of a truck while she sits in the driver’s seat. Purchase Justin's latest release The 20/20 Experience – 2 of 2 ($11 USD) on iTunes right now. Enjoy.
Wednesday, 30 October 2013 05:15
OVO Sound product PARTYNEXTDOOR releases his debut music video in Break From Toronto, a cut off his self-titled project. The singer-producer brings the song’s opening lyrics to life, cruising his hometown streets of Mississauga (a western suburb of Toronto) at night. Riding clean in a Jeep packed with girls, Party catches up with his OMO click for some parking lot pimpin’ before moving to an undisclosed house jam. With a camera handy, things get sensual as he films a female partner as the Liam MaCrae-directed clip cuts to "Wus Good/Curious." Serving as an opening act on Drake’s Would You Like A Tour?, PARTYNEXTDOOR’s debut project is available for purchase on iTunes. Listen to his latest records “Candy” with Nipsey Hussle, and “Muse” here. Enjoy.
Sunday, 27 October 2013 21:41
The eternally-sexy Kate Moss figures prominently in the star-packed music video for Paul McCartney’s new track, Queenie Eye. While the British bombshell’s appearance lasts but a few seconds, it’s a firm reminder of why she has remained arguably the most sought-after supermodel in the world more than two decades after bursting onto the scene. McCartney’s pulled out all the stops for his Abbey Road-set video, which sees the iconic Beatle surrounded by the likes of Johnny Depp, Sean Penn, Meryl Streep, Tom Ford, Jude Law, Alice Eve, Lily Cole and many more. Enjoy the star-studded affair – and Moss’s table-top dancing – above. Enjoy.
Friday, 25 October 2013 15:46
A year after the release of her first EP, Kiss the Sky, Vali delivers Paper Charade.The seven-song effort features the singer-songwriter singing of the highs and lows of love and fame. "Paper Charade" also features a guest appearance by her Rostrum Records labelmate, Wiz Khalifa, and production by The STRZ, The Bird Call Productions' Ruwanga Samath, DJ Flict, Will Simms and RT Production. Listen to the full stream of "Paper Charade" after the jump and purchase the project now on iTunes ($3.99 USD). [Hear & Read More]
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