Just like that we have the music video from Jack White for his single off his debut solo album, Blunderbuss due out April 24.
For the official video to one of, if not this biggest song of the year, Jay and Kanye showcase what everyone who didn’t go see the Watch The Throne Tour missed out on. This song just doesn’t get old and the video is perfection.
The word of the day is promo, video promotion to be specific. With a bucket list worth of videos, we now present Chiddy Bang’s most recent music video as they gear up for the release of their debut album Breakfast. Don’t expect to see this song on the album as the video is just a gift or peak into what is to come from the album itself.
Because this is brilliant and I just can’t get enough of it I had to post this remix/ interview sesh with K dot and Kyle G.
I feel it is pretty self explanatory at this point that any time OK Go comes out with a music video it’s gonna be great, innovative and incredibly enjoyable and interesting. Hope that was descriptive enough for you. After four months of setting up and four days of shooting OK Go finally completed their masterpiece of a music video which included 1400 instruments. Now watch it.
Mainly because I want to go to Japan so badly, future aspirations, it will happen.
I have another remix of M83’s “Midnight City” this time it is a cover by The Knocks featuring vocals from Mandy Lee. It’s a well known fact how much I love cover songs, and while this doesn’t fall under the exact category of what I usually go after, there is something about Mandy Lee’s voice thats just so intriguing, I couldn’t stop playing the song. Accompanied by a video, you can pick up the mp3 down below. Props to TSIS.
Off his JESUS EP, Blu drops these nice visuals for us to enjoy.
If you haven’t caught on by now, I am just wrapping up this laundry list of posts I have been meaning to share. With that being said M.I.A. did release this song a few days ago and today she brings us the brand new video to go along with it. Really incredible video of Beamers tearing it up in Morocco as M.I.A. goes hard in this one.
In only her second live American TV performance, Lana Del Rey performs her single “Video Games” and shows a lot of poise and confidence as she improves greatly from her much talked about American TV debut on SNL. Her album Born To Die is available now.