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Get Turnt Up With DWV’s Christmas Song

In: Music, Tommy D, Totally GAY!

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.


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Before we get into the meat of the video, can we discuss the slab of juicy prime beef Britney Spears cozies up to? Yowzers. I think I might have to revisit my 2011 post on Brit’s Top 10 Hottest Music Boy Toys. Model Alexander Kjellevik is pretty dang fine. The scruff, the hair, the abs, it all works. It must’ve been hard work laying that blond head of hers on his ripped stomach. I digress.

Directed by frequent collaborator Joseph Khan, “Perfume” can easily pass as a fragrance ad for one of Spears’ many scents. Girlfriend spritzes herself in hopes that Kjellevik’s girlfriend, Cindy, smells it. I suppose she didn’t mark her territory enough because in the end, poor Brit is left alone. I haven’t seen her act this much since her acting tour de force in the 2002 opus, Crossroads ;) Overall it’s a great clip (albeit simple) for the underrated ballad. Check it out below.

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Jordin Sparks Teams Up With Glade For Holiday Track

In: Donovan, Music

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.

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VEVO Reveals The 10 Most Played Music Videos In 2013

In: Donovan, Music

Despite all the headlines and chart success, Miley Cyrus received no Grammy nominations. I guess all her antics scared off Academy voters. Here’s a small consolation prize for being snubbed.

VEVO recently released their annual list ranking the ten most played music videos of the year. In no shocker, Cyrus’ “Wrecking Ball” topped the list. After all, the clip generated 19.3 million views on its first day of release and was the fastest to be certified in VEVO’s history by reaching 100 million views within just six days. As of December 1, the much-spoofed clip stood tall with over 371 million views worldwide. Last year’s winner, “Call Me Maybe” by Carly Rae Jepsen notched 357 million clicks in 2012.

The most interesting part of the list is how a couple of leftovers from last year made the list. Both Rihanna’s “Diamonds” and’s collabo with Britney landed in the Top 10. On the flip side, Katy Perry breaking the Top 5 is equally as impressive, given that “Roar” only premiered just in August. Check out below what other clips were extremely popular in 2013.

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Rebecca Black Returns With ‘Friday’ Sequel

In: Donovan, Music

Two years after “Friday” became an internet sensation, Rebecca Black finally releases a sequel. Naturally, it’s titled “Saturday.” Will it reach the legendary status of its predecessor which generated over 60 million views in 2011? Probably not, but with some shade thrown at Miley Cyrus and ‘ingenious’ lyrics like “Yesterday was Friday. Today is Saturday,” it’s a valiant effort.

Check out the clip below which features Dave Days. I also included a recent clip of Black re-watching “Friday.” Her play-by-play commentary and reactions to the video that changed her life are kinda hilarious.

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Beyonce’s Grown Woman Video Surfaces

In: Donovan, Music

Grown Woman” first surfaced in Beyonce’s Pepsi commercial back in April. Eight months later, a snippet for the amazing cut has finally surfaced. Whether the footage was part of a scrapped music video or simply unused background visuals meant for her Mrs. Carter World Tour, only B actually knows. The uptempo gem definitely deserved better than the treatment it received.

I probably shouldn’t hold my breath for an official release of the single. During her recent gig in my hood, Bey never performed “Grown Woman” nor “Standing In The Sun.” #hugeletdown. Oh well, at least there’s this.

On a side note, Beyonce should really consider ditching her blond tresses for awhile. She looks stunning in dark straight hair. Check out the clip below which features cameos from Mama Knowles and Kelly Rowland. Poor Michelle Williams. Not invited to the party once again.

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Tamar Braxton Debuts Two Music Videos

In: Donovan, Music

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.

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Lorde Heads To Brooklyn For ‘Team’ Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

Royals” is still a major presence on radio and the charts, but that hasn’t stopped Lorde from releasing the followup. The New Zealand singer has bestowed the honor to “Team.” A wise choice given that it’s a fan and critical favorite off her debut album Pure Heroine.

Thematically, the newly-released clip follows the vein of her gigantic debut hit. It puts the spotlight at the frivolous lifestyles that many in society strive for. At least that’s what I gather based on her own words and first impression of the clip. Lorde filmed her latest in Red Hook, Brooklyn under the creative watchful eye of director Young Replicant.

“This video was born from a dream I had a few months ago about teenagers in their own world, a world with hierarchies and initiations, where the boy who was second in command had acne on his face, and so did the girl who was queen. I dreamt about this world being so different to anything anyone had ever seen, a dark world full of tropical plants and ruins and sweat. And of this world, I dreamt about tests that didn’t need to be passed in order to be allowed in: sometimes the person who loses is stronger.” Lorde

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