The full video will be out on Friday
Yesterday we got to hear Selena Gomez‘s new single with A$AP Rocky, Good For You, in full. Today we get to preview the forthcoming music video for the track. Selena has released a 30 second clip from the full music video, which will be released on Friday. As you can see above, the clip features only Selena … which is fine, for a sneak peek. Check out the clip and get your first taste of what’s to come when the video for Good For You (Featuring A$AP Rocky) is released at the end of the week.
No TIDAL Required
After a bit of teasing on Instagram and Good Morning America, Madonna released her celebrity cameo-heavy music video for her new single Bitch, I’m Madonna on the paid music streaming service TIDAL early yesterday. Today, AT LONG LAST, we get to see the video in full now that she has released the video on You Tube. As I understand it, the version of the video that was released on TIDAL yesterday was incomplete as the last portion of the clip was cut off in error. The video embedded above is the video in full, with all the celeb cameos from Beyoncé to Kanye and everyone in between. I do have to say it’s a fun video but because it’s very similar to the performance she gave of the song on The Tonight Show back in March, it’s not really all that exciting. I am in LUST with Maddy‘s hot pink studded leather jacket, I have to say and I’m really feeling the uber-neon styling of the whole video so, I guess I like the video. I mean, it’s an OK video. If that is good enough for Madonna then I guess that’s just the way it is. What do you think of Bitch, I’m Madonna now that you can actually see it. Are you impressed?
From Bey to Z-List
Madonna‘s music video for Bitch, I’m Madonna is not yet available for viewing outside of the paid music streaming service TIDAL (tho she did preview it on Instagram last night and on Good Morning America this morning) but for those of you curious about which celebs make cameos in the video, I’ve complied screencaps of all of Madonna‘s celebrity BFFs (mostly TIDAL artists, tbh) that appear in the video. Only Chris Rock, Rita Ora, Diplo and her sons Rocco John & David Banda were actually on the music video set. The rest of the celebs (Beyoncé, Kanye West, Katy Perry, etc.) filmed their quick cameos off-site … even Nicki Minaj, who provides guest vocals on the song, couldn’t be bothered to be on set for the music video shoot. HMMM. Hopefully, the video will be available for sharing soon officially … for now,
click below to watch an embed that will likely be taken down probably almost immediately UPDATE: Click below to watch the video in full — NO TIDAL required. More »
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The full video is only available for viewing on TIDAL
Late yesterday, Madonna released a short teaser for the music video for her new single Bitch, I’m Madonna on Instagram but this morning, she debuted a longer clip from the video on Good Morning America … which seems like an odd choice because GMA decided to censor the word Bitch as it aired the clip on national television earlier this morning. If you consider that the word Bitch is used every other time throughout this song, you can understand how that might be problematic for promoting the video … but I digress. Click below to see this preview of B____, I’m Madonna which was shown on GMA today and see how many of Madonna‘s BFF guest stars you can see in the clip. More »
The full thing premieres tomorrow morning
So, earlier today we learned that Madonna has called in a cavalry of pop stars, ranging from Beyoncé to Rita Ora, to appear in the music video for her new single Bitch, I’m Madonna (in what promises to be a hot mess, I fear). Right now, we get our first look at the music video in question courtesy of Madonna herself. Maddy posted a short clip of music video footage on her official Instagram profile that gives us our first taste of what’s to come and, well, it looks … worrisome. Click below to see this clip from the Bitch, I’m Madonna music video and see what you think. Be warned, there’s outdated twerking involved and lots of seizure-inducing strobe-like scene flashing ahead. Sigh. More »
Madonna needs a lot of help, apparently
A couple of days ago, we got to see a behind the scenes photo from the set of Madonna‘s music video for Bitch, I’m Madonna which was full of colorfully dressed back-up dancers. Today we learn that Madonna will have more than just back-up dancers in her video … she’ll also have actual mega (and not so mega) pop stars in the video as well. Taking a page from Taylor Swift‘s Bad Blood music video playbook, Madonna has decided to invite her rivals/compatriots/BFFs Beyoncé, Nicki Minaj, Katy Perry, Miley Cyrus and Rita Ora to feature in the music video as well … which would sound kinda cool had Taylor Swift not done this same sort of thing just a few weeks ago. Click below to see the poster art that Madonna shared on Instagram announcing the cast of pop stars that will co-star in her new music video. More »
In spite of the fact that pretty much everyone is either over or has completely forgotten that Madonna released a new album back in March (after it leaked back in December), she continues to press forward with the promotion of her new album Rebel Heart. After the release of the music videos for her singles Living For Love and Ghosttown, Madonna is readying the release of a music video for her third single, Bitch, I’m Madonna. You may recall that Maddy performed Bitch, I’m Madonna back in April when she visited The Tonight Show (you may also still have nightmares over her attempt at stand-up comedy on the same show) so I guess we knew a music video was coming … even if 2 months later and after everyone already forgot about the song. NONETHELESS, the video is almost out … and to get fans excited, Madonna released a behind the scenes photo from the music video set. More »
"I saw you start the fire"
Just about a month ago we learned that Veruca Salt is releasing a new album titled Ghost Notes next month when they released a couple of new songs, including their single Laughing in the Sugar Bowl. Today we get to see the just-released music video for Laughing and as you can see and hear, the Salts are back with a vengeance. For the most part, this new music video is mostly a performance video but it reminds me very much of the group’s first music video for their smash hit song Seether back in 1993. Check out the video for Laughing in the Sugar Bowl and be reminded what a force to be reckoned with Veruca Salt is as a rock band. I am SO excited for the release of their new album. This song is so effing great!
For the first time outside of the Museum of Modern Art
Last weekend we got to see Björk‘s inventive music video for Stonemilker, taken from her new album Vulnicura. Today we get to see, in full, the music video for her song Black Lake. As you may recall, a portion of the Black Lake music video was released in a trailer back in February to promote the Museum of Modern Art‘s exhibit on Björk and her art in NYC. Until now, the full Black Lake video was only available to those who attended the Björk exhibit at the MoMA. I’ve already watched this video a couple of times and it is just … wonderful. You definitely have to check it out … it may be the best 10 minutes of your day.
Oh and Pitbull, too
Jennifer Lopez, WHO MAY OR MAY NOT BE COLLABORATING ON NEW MUSIC WITH MISSY ELLIOTT RIGHT NOW BUT WE DON’T KNOW FOR SURE EVEN THO THE LADIES *ARE* HANGING OUT TOGETHER THESE DAYS, is really having a moment right now. In recent weeks, she paid beautiful homage to Selena Quintanilla at the Billboard Latin Music Awards, she slayed the red carpet at the MET Ball Gala, she announced her forthcoming concert residency in Las Vegas, she guests on Jason Derulo‘s new song Try Me and — of course — there are those hints that she may be collaborating on new music with Missy Elliott. Today we see that J. Lo is featured in the music video for Prince Royal‘s new single Back It Up. I can’t say that I’m at all familiar with Prince Royce but as you can see and hear above, Jennifer‘s guest appearance in this video makes it a million times better (even if we have to deal with a guest appearance by Mr. Worldwide himself Pitbull). Check out the embed above and have a look at/listen of Prince Royce‘s collaboration with Jennifer Lopez and Pitbull and see what you think. Does this song sound like it could be a contender for the Song of the Summer?