I always thought to myself, what is missing on my Christmas song playlist?
A filthy rap by three drag queens! WELL LOOKIE HERE! DWV are back with their 5th song and 1st original just in time for the holidays. Now the song came out I’m gonna about 7-10 days ago on itunes but the girls were on the drag race cruise so we didn’t get much info about it. And today they released the video for “That Christmas Song.”
Drag queen in reindeer outfits, stripped, twerking…sounds good to me!
My personal favorite line I wanna drink you babies and nibble your ass/like I’m at midnight mass/and you is the communion.
That’s fine. MARY CHRISTMAS EVERYONE!
Are original new Yuletide tracks from Kelly Clarkson, Leona Lewis or Ariana Grande not doing the trick? Perhaps, this holiday anthem by Jordin Sparks will get you in the Christmas spirit.
Inspired by the best feelings of the holidays, “This is My Wish” is a simple, joyful reminder that peace is the greatest gift of all. The American Idol Season 6 winner is joined by The Young People’s Chorus of New York City on the track. To honor the occasion, Glade is donating $150,000 to Toys for Tots. If you like the joyous single, you can download it for free.
Christmas came early for Tamar Braxton’s fans. The 36-year-old singer released not one, but two brand new music videos. One from her Love and War album and the other lifted off her holiday album, Winter Loversland.
First, we have the long-awaited visual for “All The Way Home.” The R&B slow jam in one of my favorite cuts off Love and War. In the four-minute long clip, Toni’s little sister wears sexy clothing as she shows off come hither moves to the camera. It’s a simple clip, but an effective accompanying visual. Braxton’s real-life husband, Vincent Herbert, plays her lover in the vid.
While she gets the man in the end in “All The Way Home,” she’s all alone on “She Can Have You.” It’s definitely not your typical festive track, but I appreciate her going against the grain. Not everyone is all joyous this time of year. Tamar sits by a fireplace alone, singing her blues away after an emotional breakup. Check out both clips below.
At long last Kelly Clarkson delivers the music video for “Underneath The Tree” weeks after the adorable lyric one. The visual not only serves as the official clip for the track, but also as a promo for her upcoming NBC Christmas special, Kelly Clarkson’s Cautionary Christmas Music Tale airing on NBC Tuesday, December 11 at 10pm.
Clarkson and guests will celebrate the festive season with a comedic musical take on a traditional Christmas morality tale. Song selection will come directly off her just-released Christmas album, Wrapped in Red, featuring classics such as “Silent Night” and “White Christmas” as well as new material including “Underneath The Tree” and the title track.
Superstars Blake Shelton, Reba McEntire and Trisha Yearwood guest star on the upcoming holiday special. Jay Leno, Matt Lauer, Robin Williams, Whoopi Goldberg, William Shatner, Danica Patrick, Heidi Klum, Ken Jeong and Jai Rodriguez also make appearances.
Check out the music video below which features Kelly performing during her upcoming special and B-roll footage of her getting ready backstage. Given that she’s newly-married and has a baby on the way, I don’t blame her for taking the easy route with the clip.
Not in the Christmas spirit yet? Watching Leona Lewis’ latest music video will change that in an instant.
The X Factor winner in her pimped out white Mercedes heads to her cabin nestled in the snowy woods. Once the tree is decorated and food prepared, her friends arrive for a cozy Christmassy good time. “One More Sleep” is one of three original tracks from Lewis’ first holiday album, Christmas With Love. Check out the video below.
It’s worth noting that Leona looks absolutely stunning in the clip. Simply gorgeous.
Kelly Clarkson isn’t the only reality singing competition veteran to bring Yuletide greetings this year. Leona Lewis is offering up her own Christmas album. Titled With Love, Lewis’ album will be more Motown-influenced. The lead cut, “One More Sleep,” leaked online earlier today. Give it a listen below.
Leona’s album will hit UK streets on November 24. Currently (and most likely never) there is no North American release date. For some reason Lewis isn’t as popular on this side of the pond. Any theories on why? Sound off below.
Typically, I avoid anything Christmas-related this far away from the actual day. In addition Halloween still hasn’t arrived yet. However, since us Canucks just celebrated Thanksgiving this past weekend and this post involves my girl Kelly Clarkson, I’m willing to make an exception.
With just a little over two months away from December 25, the record labels have begun pushing their yuletide offerings. Getting into the game this year is none other than the original American Idol. I can’t believe in her decade-long plus career, Kelly hasn’t released a Christmas album yet. Shocker. This offering will definitely be the must-buy stocking stuffer of the year.
The first promotional single off Wrapped In Red is a cover of the classic “White Christmas.” It’s beautiful, soulful, a little jazzy and all Clarkson. Hopefully, there will be at least one original holiday track on the album. As much as I love traditional Christmas songs, I enjoy a contemporary one. I need something to go along with modern(ish) classics from Mariah Carey, Wham! and Destiny’s Child. Listen to Kelly’s holiday spirit below.
It’s that time of year where most people get out their decoration boxes, start decorating their houses and trees. When you open that box after almost 11 months, one of the most exciting things is breaking out those old Christmas albums (or going out and buying a new one).
I have three Christmas favorites that I simply adore and are staples for me every holiday season. Each one has a special purpose and moment to be played and each one brings back so many memories of past seasons and makes me excited to experience another holiday with my family and friends. Check all three out below!
Mariah Carey’s Merry Christmas is one of my all time favorites for Christmas music. She uses her exceptional voice to deliver some amazing songs without over singing and making it sound too commercial or annoying. Everyone remembers All I Want For Christmas Is You from the amazing Christmas themed rom-com Love Actually!
Holiday Moment: Blasting on your iPod as you brave the massive crowds searching for those perfect Christmas gifts all bundled up in a coat with gloves and a scarf.