Tamar Braxton embraces her pregnancy in the breezy, Gil Green-directed video for “The One.” Clad in overalls, she enjoys a playful date at a California carnival and poses in front of a yellow Jeep while singing and bouncing to the Biggie Smalls-sampled beat. Read More
Snoop Lion’s video for “Ashtrays and Heartbreaks” isn’t that good, but the message is clear—cherish what you have while you still have it. What’s not clear is Miley Cyrus‘ appearance through the reflective surfaces. Perhaps director PR Brown should have reconsidered effects he can’t properly execute yet. There are a few awesome shots of Snoop blowing smoke, though. Read More
A scantly clad Jessie J pops and locks to Ammo’s EDM-tinged pop production in the Emil Nava-directed video for “WILD,” her appropriately titled new single featuring Big Sean and UK rapper Dizzee Rascal.
The bombastic track should serve as a blueprint for soulful singers looking to score a pop hit. (I’m talking to you, Rita and Christina.) Though infectious and boasting a larger-than-life chorus, the record is far from generic and manages to showcase Jessie’s talent. Read More
Kelly Rowland became overwhelmed with emotion while performing “Dirty Laundry,” a revealing song where she talks about a former abusive relationship and being jealous of Beyoncé’s success. The performance was held in Washington D.C. over the weekend. Read More
Solange is making boss moves.
In addition to that, she sings the hook of comedic rap group The Lonely Island’s “Semicolon,” a grammar lesson included on their ‘Wack Album’. Read More
Adam Levine is a blank canvas in Maroon 5’s video for “Love Somebody,” the fourth single from Overexposed. He reveals himself by wiping blue-grey paint all over his body. He then paints this somebody he loves by swiping her lips and gripping her butt.
Ciara has a tendency to implement elementary schoolgirl chants in her songs, and she introduces “I’m Out,” another single from her self-titled fifth album, with a jarring rhyme that’s better suited on a playground.
“Ladies, it’s yo song, so as soon as this come on/You should get out on the floor, gon’ and get your sexy on,” she sings before Nicki Minaj chimes in with, “Aye yo, Ci Ci/Let me show you how to do a singin’ bitch greasy.” Read More