If Desperate Housewives was still kicking around, this could be mistaken as a promo for the ABC show. The Saturdays could easily move into Wisteria Lane without skipping a beat. Even doing homely duties like garden chores and laundry, the British girl group are as glamorous as ever.
Once again, one of the ladies had to hid their baby bump for the video shoot. For “30 Days,” Una Healy was with child, this time it was Rochelle Humes‘ turn. Since filming, Rochelle has given birth to her baby girl Alaia-Mai.
Fans have been divided with “Gentleman.” It’s a different sound not previously done by the group. Personally, it’s grown on me, especially the celebrity name dropping rapping portion. Truth be told, the girls could drop anything and I’d love it. That’s how much I adore these ladies. Check out their latest clip below.
It’s fascinating how a simple video concept can be the most mesmerizing sometimes. At face value, there’s not much to Maroon 5′s latest music video “Love Somebody.” It features Adam Levine getting hot and heavy with model Emily Ratajkowski. The two slowly unveil their painted bodies by touching and caressing each other. Hopefully, Levine’s real life Victoria’s Secret girlfriend doesn’t get too jealous. Things get rather steamy. The track is the fourth official single lifted from the band’s multi-platinum selling album, Overexposed.
Once again, director Rich Lee delivers another visually captivating piece. If you’re not familiar with his work, a few of my favorites include videos for Nicole Scherzinger (“Don’t Hold Your Breath”), The Black Eyed Peas (“The Time (Dirty Bit)”), Michael Buble (“Haven’t Met You Yet”) and Fergie (“Clumsy”) to name a few. Check out his latest creation below.
I apologize in advance for subjecting you to this God awful visual, but I couldn’t resist. It’s like a 10-car pileup on the highway. You just can’t look away. If you’re easily frightened, proceed with caution. This is truly scarier than all of those Saw films combined. I’m seriously going to have nightmares for several days after the things I’ve witnessed in this clip.
Patricia Krentcil became a tabloid fixture back in 2012 when she was arrested for supposedly bringing her 6-year-old daughter into a tanning booth. Instantly, the 45-year-old New Jersey mom became known across the interwebs as “Tan Mom.” Hoping to extend her fame a tiny bit longer, Krentcil just released a novelty rap track.
She’s cooler than Teen Mom and hotter than Octomom. At least that’s what she claims in her foray into “music” and I use that term very loosely. Watch her bump and grind with a Lance Bass-looking dancer (circa early ‘N Sync days) in the extremely budget music video. Every expense was certainly spared making the visual. She probably shells out more to tanning salons in a week than what was spent creating this “masterpiece.” Check it out below.
So I just got a new phone and have yet to put my own music onto it and have been Songza’ing the shit out of life right now, finding a few gem playlists I can’t live without. In the search for everything on the songzasphere I discovered “90′s R&B Wake-Up Call“, and it’s made my everything, everything. After beating it into the ground, I present to you, 3 delicious goodies that I forgot I loved.
I realize I’m encroaching on Tommy’s territory here talking about World of Wonder and RuPaul, but I just had to beat him to the punch with this one. I couldn’t resist posting about RuPaul’s latest music video, “Lick It Lollipop,” for the sheer fact that it prominently features male model Miles Davis Moody.
The name might not sound familiar to you, but his juicy bubble butt will refresh your member. He’s the guy in Willam, Detox and Vicky Vox’s parody video, “Boy Is A Bottom.” Watch him work his tongue on his guns as he stares into the camera with his seductive bedroom eyes. Definitely poetry in motion. Check it out below. If you’re a fan of Lady Bunny, RuPaul’s gal pal also pops up in the video. Enjoy.
Anyone who knows me knows that I’m a huge fan of Lana Del Rey. I swooned over her first album, melted for the second and lost my shit for her contribution to the soundtrack for The Great Gatsby. Having said that, one can only take so much breathy, somber, melancholic songs about Hollywood before you either turn it off, or jump out the window which is why I’m SO excited that she has taken this song in a fresh new direction.
“Queen of Disaster” is pure upbeat 60s pop. It makes me feel like I’m at a sock hop or hitting the local diner for a burger and a milkshake. While it’s not a huge stretch from the 60s style the singer usually embodies, its mood is lighter and fun which is a welcome change of pace.
Even though Del Rey has said that her next album will be stripped down but still sound dark and cinematic, I’m really enjoying the brighter sound of this track. If this is a sign of what’s in store from the divisive chanteuse, I can’t wait to hear what’s coming next.
Check out “Queen of Disaster” below and let me know what you think.
UGH, I really hate Jennifer Lopez. I wasn’t feeling “On The Floor” part three, but the “Live It Up” music video made me change my tune. Both the song and the visual aren’t groundbreaking by any means, but it’s just so damn fun, I wish I was there in Fort Lauderdale during filming. I realize there are plenty of Pitbull haters here on the site, but don’t you think he’d be a lot of fun to hang with. I do.
Directed by Jessy Terrero, the clip showcases Lopez strutting her stuff in feather couture on the catwalk. ANTM fans might recognize Cycle 3 winner Eva Pigford among the models in the show. It then segues to a beach party with free-flowing sponsored vodka. What would liquor companies do without product placement? Naturally, they hit the club afterwards. Once again, La Lopez enlists her boy toy Casper Smart to choreograph the routines. At least this time, we’re not forced to watch them have foreplay on screen. PHEW.
Side note: I wonder what Jenny’s secret is to eternal youth. Papa wants some. She looks exactly the same as she did during her “Love Don’t Cost a Thing” era and that was before she had kids and over ten years ago. Check out the brand new clip below.
Is it me or is losing the UK version of The X Factor better than winning the whole enchilada? With exception to Leona Lewis, I can’t think of any other winner. On the other hand, I can list off a bunch of also-rans popular on both sides of the pond such as One Direction, Cher Lloyd and Little Mix.
Included in that bunch is Olly Murs who was the runner-up in 2009. I’ve been a fan of the 29-year-old since “Heart Skips a Beat.” He continued to earn my love with his collaboration with Flo Rida, “Troublemaker,” which gave him his first US Top 40. Hoping to keep the streak alive, the Brit just debuted the music video for “Dear Darlin“- his third single lifted from Right Place Right Time. The midtempo track sees him transition from pop playboy to soulful balladeer by showing off a more vulnerable and sensitive side. Watch his new visual below.
“Writing with Ed [Drewett] and him being my friend helped, as we sat there for hours before writing, going over old relationships and recalling their scenarios. It’s about writing to someone to tell them how I feel about losing someone. It’s not the kind of song you’d expect me and Ed to write, as we’re bubbly characters, but we were able to open up to each other.” – Olly Murs