Tyrese, Ginuwine, and Tank get together to form TGT and release the video for their newest single “I Need,” directed by Benny Boom. Look out for the trios upcoming project Three Kings, dropping August 20th. Each member gets their solo verse as they belt out the mistakes made in past relationships amidst the destructive settings. Enjoy.
John Mayer‘s upcoming album, Paradise Valley, will feature some familiar faces. According to Rolling Stone, the singer’s on-again, off-again girlfriend Katy Perry and and good pal Frank Ocean will appear on John’s sixth album. Katy will be singing a duet with her beau on “a country-tinged mid-tempo track” called “Who You Love,” while Frank will be appearing on, “Wildfire,” which has been performed at many of John’s concerts this summer. John played guitar on Frank’s song, “Pyramid,” which make sense as to why the two would be out for another collaboration. As for Katy, John has publicly gushed about his loved during Milwaukee’s Summerfest in July and the two have undeniable chemistry that will make for beautiful music.
French producer/DJ Kavinsky saves the day in the official visual accompaniment to his OutRun track “Odd Look.” Those familiar with the opening to Terminator can pretty much guess how this stylish Drive-like clip unfolds as Kavinsky himself reprises his roll as the Ryan Gosling-esque “Driver” and takes on a group of wannabe thugs to save a hapless waitress at an unnamed diner. “Odd Look,” the fourth track on OutRun, is also the name of Kavinsky’s latest EP which includes the track alongside remixes from A-Trak, Surkin, Prince 85 and Midnight Juggernauts – as well as the feature with The Weeknd. The Odd Look EP is now available via iTunes. Enjoy.
Robin Thicke phoned in to On Air with Ryan Seacrest to chat about his upcoming album Blurred Lines and his recent chart-topping success. The single off the album of the same title made headlines when the singer released its music video featuring none other than "naked women." Robin, who has been married to Paula Patton since 2005, says his wife had no issue with the nudity. “Well, you have to remember we are both artists in my family,” Robin explains. “My wife does the same thing in her new movie coming out [called] Two Guns. She has a topless scene in that, so we don’t take that stuff too seriously.”
Looking for a catchy pop tune to cheer up your week? Singer-actress Hayley Kiyoko, best known for playing Velma in the Scooby-Doo! The Mystery Begins, has just released her first official music video for the single A Belle to Remember. The video features the 22-year old showing off her dance moves and her strong vocal skills. An Los Angeles native, Hayley released her first EP of the same name in March and is available for purchase here. We are excited to see more from the young star. Enjoy.
Tyga escapes Los Angeles for an exotic getaway in “Show You,” the latest single off his Hotel California album. The Last King catches a ferry boat with Future to Catalina Island, where the two enjoy the scenery and sandy shores the small island has to offer. Directed by Colin Tilley, take in the lovely visual setting as Tyga’s major-label sophomore LP can be purchased on iTunes. Enjoy.
Kelly Rowland lets us in on some rather intense situations from her past on her Talk A Good Game single, "Dirty Laundry." With help from The-Dream, Kelly dishes on industry troubles, issues with men and more. Here we have the clip that coincides with the dirty version of the song, as the footage highlights the songstress in a variety of artistic looks, which adhere nicely to the overall feel of the audio. Press play above now to view, and you can also snag a copy of Talk A Good Game on iTunes now. Enjoy.
To celebrate his album release, Ace Hood performed at Webster Hall in New York last night. During the show he brought out French Montana, Fabolous, and Vado to perform a few tracks, and also ended the night with a tribute to Trayvon Martin. Trials & Tribulations is available in stores and on iTunes now. Enjoy.
Mario and Nicki Minaj's hit single "Somebody Else" has here been awarded the visual treatment. The collaborative track is a very clear nod to the title, dealing with being left for someone else. The coinciding clip then features each artist performing his and her respective parts. To check it out now and purchase the single on iTunes now. Enjoy.
Mumford & Sons visited San Francisco, California to shoot the black and white clip coinciding with their celebrated "Babel" single. The visual for the title track to the Grammy Award-winning album showcases each member of the English folk act playing their respective instruments, as of course lead Marcus Mumford belts out the powerful lyrics. We highly suggest that you grab a copy of Babel if you still haven't, but after you check out the coinciding aesthetic above. Enjoy.