Watch the official video to Rihanna and Drake‘s No. 1 hit, “What’s My Name”. I know Drake was an actor before all, but that kind of chemistry can’t be practiced. Overall, it was a nice video, but why the milk product placement? and where did the “séance” come from?
Jazmine Sullivan releases the visuals for her second single, “10 Seconds”, from her upcoming album Love Me Back. J. Sull released the video via Billboard, whom awarded her with the ‘Rising Star Award for Women’s Music’.Â She also revealed some behind the scene exclusives about the emotional video: Read More →
Bruno stopped by The Late Show with David Letterman last night and performed the second single, “Grenade“, from his debut album Doo-Wops & Hooligans. The “Just The Way You Are” singer’s voice cracked a bit during the performance, but he recovered like any virtuoso would.
Ginuwine was on 106 and Park yesterday and released his new single “What Could Have Been“; the lead single from his 7th studio album Elgin (2/8). Actress Melinda Williams and Model Lamar James Ballard are also featured in the visuals.
Watch the Clifton Bell directed clip and interview below:
Chrisette Michele releases “Goodbye Game”, the follow-up single to Chrisette Michele’s “I’m A Star“. Chrisette kicks her zero to the side and plays the hero in this Prince inspired track. “Goodbye Game” is fromÂ Miss Michele’s upcoming album Let Freedom Reign.
I came up with this idea when the momentum was high for Alicia Keys and Beyonce‘s “Put It In A Love Song” video. A great friend and colleague, Harvey Cahn,Â helped me bring my idea to reality.
The song is from Alicia’s 4th studio album The Element of Freedom. The video was shot in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, and has yet to be released. I won’t rant about the whereabouts of the video or why it hasn’t been released again… watch an unofficial video of a montage of clips from the shoot to see where we got the wardrobe and hair from: