Produced by the Tony Visconti (who is best known for helming classic Bowie albums like Space Oddity), Daphne’s latest effort is an acquired taste. I love her dramatic deliver and drowsy vocal style but it’s not for everyone. The video, however, is a must-watch experience for all. Directed By David LaChapelle, the kooky visual finds our heroine rocking killer couture in a spaceship until she crashes and hooks up with an alien. Watch in awe up top. More »
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Daphne Guinness Promotes Intergalactic Love In Her David LaChapelle-Directed “Evening In Space” Video
Below you’ll find a video clip of Rita Ora‘s shirtless ex, with his rock-hard washboard abs, pecs and biceps on full display as he…as he… Sorry, we’re still stuck on Harris’ hard abs and pecs and biceps, and probably won’t be moving past that for quite some time. Just enjoy below. More »
The ethereal synth-ballad (with a demented dub-step twist) lends itself to a whimsical visual and Jeff Montalvo (his real name) goes all out with a tale of (literally) star-crossed lovers. Or it could just be about random people staring at distant moons for no particular reason. While I’m not exactly sure of the narrative, I do know that it looks great and Kerli gets to sing underwater. Watch up top. More »
The fabulous Slow Dancing songstress recently turned the party out at Lollapalooza in Chicago at the beginning of August. And, along with her main stage performance, Betty also rocked out hard at the Sound Of Your Stay Music Lounge at the Hard Rock Hotel Chicago for an afterparty — and we’re bringing you right into the action.
Watch up top to see Betty talk about the therapeutic process behind writing “Somebody Loves You” with her producer and friend Peter Thomas, and keep watching to see her performance at the afterparty.
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The shimmery pop anthem is a breezy blast of ’80s-inspired electronica with an instantly hummable chorus that builds around candy-coated synths. Miami Horror take the animated route for the song’s video, which features dancing stick figures and not much else. It’s is fairly minimal but the pastel-colored cartoon has a great soundtrack, which is the most important thing. Watch up top. More »
There isn’t a lot more to say about the unsettling video. It suits the ominous DJ Mustard-produced banger and Khloe looks scary/sexy (scarily sexy?) wielding a machete. There’s also a twist at the end, which makes the implied violence easier to swallow. French’s latest album Mac & Cheese 4 drops in November. Watch the youngest Kardashian sibling channel her inner vigilante up top. More »
Of course, bloggers are falling over themselves to call it embarrassing but I think it’s awesome for several reasons. Firstly, Iggy still has that southern drawl. Which means that, for whatever reason, she’s been using it since landing on American soil and didn’t just adopt it to sound “more urban”. Secondly, those buns are still outrageous — meaning they are most likely real. (How many unsigned divas can afford major surgery?) Last but not least, it underlines the fact that everyone has to start someone. Just ask Katy Perry and Lana Del Rey. Watch up top. More »
Following an extended intro in which Rita and her beau (actor Michael Madsen) amusingly order from Waitress Iggy at a diner, the two divas team up to combat their foe — over, I guess, a cheesy bacon sandwich? From there, Iggy heads to Japan to train in swordfighting, giving us her best Uma Thurman impression. Meanwhile, Rita’s acting like a BO$$ (alongside head honcho T.I.), kicking ass and taking names (and chips) at a poker table. It all leads to a final showdown — featuring a cameo from the song’s namesake! — completing Iggy’s second killer film-inspired video.
Watch the “Black Widow” video above, and let us know what you think in the comments below! More »
Ariana Grande’s “Break Free” Video: Watch Her Shoot For The Stars (And Shoot Rockets Out Of Her Boobs)
The video for “Break Free” has finally arrived (though whether or not it’s too little, too late remains to be seen), and as we saw teased two months ago, it takes its inspiration from ’60s sci-fi camp fest Barbarella. Here Ariana blasts aliens with her ray gun, busts up evil man-machines (with her rocket boobs, no less — nice nod to manga series Mazinger Z) and writhes around like a naughty sex kitten. More »
The Australian singer/producer (real name Nick Murphy) has a strong track record of delivering memorable videos. He was frozen, thawed and literally rotted away in the stop-animation opus “Talk Is Cheap” and shined a light on the creepiest break-dancer of all time in “Drop The Game”. “Gold”, however, surpasses those gems with its simplicity and flawless execution. Watch up top. More »