Yesterday we saw video of Jennifer Lopez performing her new song Feel The Light on this week’s episode of American Idol and today we get to see the just-released music video for the track. We first heard Feel The Light last month when it was released as a single from the original motion picture soundtrack of the Dreamworks animated feature Home and, to be honest, it’s not one of my fave J. Lo songs … but it’s not bad. This video, as you can see above, has a lot of fun with the space theme of the movie so give it a look, see what you think. You’ll note that the cool white dress she wore on Idol is also featured in this music video. Who says J. Lo never wears clothes more than once?
Kicking Ass Since 1995
Not only is Madonna‘s Vogue celebrating a milestone anniversary today but so, too, is the rock band Garbage who are celebrating the 20 year anniversary of their birth into the world. Altho Garbage was actually born months before March 20, 1995, it was on this day 20 years ago that the band released their debut single Vow … marking their official debut into the world. I vividly remember when Vow was released because the song sounded unlike anything I’ve ever heard before. The Vow music video, embedded above, heralded the arrival of an exciting new musical force to be reckoned with and I was immediately obsessed. Watch the 20 year old video above and then click below to read the message that Garbage shared with their fans today on their official Facebook profile in honor of this special 20 year anniversary. More »
Posted under: 'Vow', Garbage
Strike A Pose
1990 was a very big year for music particularly because on this day back in ’90, Madonna released her truly iconic single Vogue and changed the landscape of pop music. It’s kind of hard to believe but Vogue was originally recorded as a “throwaway” single for the 1990 soundtrack to the Dick Tracy movie but upon its release (and evermore) it became one of the greatest Madonna songs of all time. Vogue was released on March 20, 1990 and today — 25 years later — we celebrate it’s birth into the world. Click the embed above to watch the equally iconic music video for Vogue and then click below to watch Madonna‘s epic performance of Vogue at the 1990 MTV Video Music Awards … because, damn, it’s Vogue‘s birthday! More »
The first from her new EP battleplanning.
My girl Hustle Roses is back with a new EP titled battleplanning. that will be released on April 7 and to celebrate, she has released the music video for her new single Perseverant Animal. The video was directed by Rob Sheridan (art director for Nine Inch Nails) and, as you can see above, it is probably the raddest video that Hustle Roses has released to date. The battleplanning. EP was mixed by James Brown (audio engineer for Foo Fighters, not the deceased Godfather of Soul) and as you will soon hear, it is a stunning advancement in musical power and growth. Check out the video above then click below to get a peek at the artwork for the battleplanning. EP. More »
Madonna Week Continues with a live performance of 'Ghosttown'
Madonna Week continues today on The Ellen DeGeneres Show as more fun breaks out on the show. We were promised that Ellen and Madonna have “something very funny up their sleeves” for today’s show so … we’ll see. The clip below will be featured on today’s episode of Ellen and it’s kinda funny but I’m hopeful we’ll get something even funnier cuz kinda funny isn’t really funny enough. Click below to see Ellen‘s revelation that she was a back-up dancer in Madonna‘s 2000 music video for her song Don’t Tell Me. This kinda funny clip will kinda make you laugh, I hope. More »
Featuring Charlie Wilson & Pharrell
First, we got to see the lyric video for Snoop Dogg‘s new single Peaches N Cream (the first from his new album Bush) as well as video of his performance of the song on the season finale episode of Empire. Today we get to see the just-released official music video for the song. As you can see above, the Peaches N Cream video co-stars singer Charlie Wilson and Pharrell (who executive produced Snoop‘s new album). Click the embed above to see Snoop, his boys and a bunch of women do their thing. Bush will be released on April.
For the Clown fans
Just a few weeks ago, I listened to The Offspring‘s 1994 album Smash and I was reminded how really excellent that whole album still is. Today, I am happy to pass along the news that the group is back with a new album and a new single for a new generation of fans. The embed above features the music video for The Offspring‘s new single Coming For You. As you can hear, the song is much poppier which is a bit of a departure from the rockier music that the band put out in the ’90s but it’s great to have new music from the Offspring guys. Check out the video above, see what you think. Oh and fair warning, if you don’t like clowns … this might not be the video for you.
Ugh. So remember how we learned earlier this month that members of Bobbi Kristina Brown‘s family are filming a reality TV show to capitalize/exploit her failing health while she remains in a medically-induced coma? Well, it turns out that her first cousin Jerod Brown has come up with another way to cash in on BK‘s condition. Brown, who raps under the name YF Kennedy, just released a single titled Pray4BK … which you can hear above. Sadly, it would appear that Bobbi‘s coma is proving to be a boon for her family so I’m sure they really are praying her for her hang on for as long as possible … so they can give interviews, film TV shows and release songs. The longer she remains comatized, the more opportunity they have to cash in. UGH.
Doin' Depeche Mode Proud
Last week we got our first listen of Johnny Marr‘s new single I Feel You, a cover of the 1993 Depeche Mode song that will be released as a 7″ single on Record Store Day next month. Today we get our first look at the music video for Johnny‘s cover of I Feel You. Johnny Marr, as you should know, is a founding member of The Smiths so pretty much everything that he does musically is amazing. I love Johnny‘s cover of I Feel You, I dig this video for the track and I am really looking forward to picking up this vinyl single when it is released on RSD on April 18. Woot!
This is where broken hearts go
Björk just released a music video of sorts for her new song Family that brings to life the imagery that is featured on the cover artwork for her new album Vulnicura. As you may know, Vulnicura was released digitally back in January due to an early leak of the album but it will be released in physical form this month with the artwork featured in this video. Vulnicura means “Cure for Wounds” and clearly, Björk is looking for a place to keep her broken heart in this video. Sigh. Her art is just so beautiful. Love her so much.
Posted under: 'Family', Björk