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Scissor Sisters “Only The Horses” Music Video

In: Donovan, Music

As you all know, I’m a fan of lyric videos and have to say I much prefer Scissor Sisters’ lyric clip to their actual music video for their new single “Only The Horses“. Not to say the newly-released music vid isn’t beautifully shot, because it is, but it was like watching paint dry. Coincidentally enough, there are shots of paint dripping on all members of the American glam rock band.

Directed by Lorenzo Fonda, the video features a lot of gorgeous imagery of galloping horses. Seems appropriate given the song title. So if watching them in slow-motion gets you going, then this is up your alley. My biggest complaint about it is that you don’t see enough of Scissor Sisters frontman Jake Shears working out his sexiness. In fact, you don’t see him or the rest of the band until the last few moments of visual. I was expecting a more glamorous clip for the Calvin Harris-produced single. Watch the clip below.

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Rita Ora Shows “How We Do” In New Music Video

In: Music, Tyrell, Videos

Jay-Z’s new protegé Rita Ora first made her way onto my iPod when I introduced her as a Rising Artist Spotlight back in February. Her debut single “How We Do (Party)” was an instant staple for my weekend playlist. Now, Rita is ready to have everyone sing along in her new music video for the single.

Shot in Los Angeles and directed by Marc Klasfeld, the video celebrates and captures the essence of youth and the freedom of partying. The undeniable hit features Rita and her fellow partiers singing, “We’re tearing up the town, ’cause that’s just how we do” over production duo The Runners’ irresistible guitar and drums.

Due to the success of the single Roc Nation has teamed up with Clear Channel for a two-week-long on-air/online Artist Integration campaign beginning April 18. Over 100 of the Clear Channels’ contemporary hit stations will play the single as well as run artist profiles to help drive listeners to buy the single on iTunes. And, one lucky listener will have the chance to fly to London to watching Rita open for Coldplay. They will get to ride with Rita to the show and hang backstage prior to her performance. If you want to know what it may be like backstage, check out her newest video clip below.

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JBDubs (who you probably know best from his “I Hate My Job” music video) has just released a NEW video for his song called “Fuck Em All” and I love it! It’s pantless perfection! He and his dancers (all of which are from the Boston Ballet) have traded their red high heels for yellow one and not to worry because it features the same fierce dancing we’ve come to love from the dancer turned sexy gay pop singer.

Some interesting facts about the video: (1) It was shot in the same warehouse where the film ‘Shutter Island‘ was filmed. (2) There are two GIANT drag queens in the music video (Ghostina Teenibikini (the blonde) and MILK (the redhead). (3) JbDubs (like me) is a huge fan of Battlestar Galactica, so he made a clean version of the song called “Frack ‘Em All” as well.

Check out the video below!

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“The Gay Pimp” Jonny McGovern has released a sexy music video for this new single “#TOTDF” aka “Texting On The Dancefloor” and we’ve got your first look. The track is from his album, ‘The Gayest Of All Time’ and the video is fittingly sponsored by Broswithphones.com.

As the video starts off, McGovern and his boys are on their way to the club, ready for that “cellular intoxication”. While there, theres a lot of dancing, debauchery and dudes…or “Bros with Phones” in this case. Actually, I recognized one of the guys as Stephen Dehler, the Andrew Christian model that I recently met and who was featured in last week’sWho’d You Rather” fantasy poll. You’ll also see Randy Blue model, Colby Keller make a cameo as well.

Check out McGovern’s latest music video below and despite what the lyrics say, don’t text on the dancefloor. ;)

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Nancy Shevell sure is one lucky woman. How else would you describe her, given that her husband, who happens to be a former Beatle, wrote a song about falling in love with her. To boot, two A-list actors appear in the accompanying music video bringing Paul McCartney’s words to life. Then you have rock legend Eric Clapton playing the guitar on the track. I’d say that’s the very definition of lucky. “My Valentine” is the lead cut off Paul’s new album, “Kisses on the Bottom“.

To celebrate the premiere of McCartney’s “My Valentine” music video, Sir Paul had his famous fashion designer daughter, Stella, hold a party at her Los Angeles boutique. The party was a who’s who of celebrities from the music, film and television world. The 69-year-old legend directed the black and white clip himself with the assistance of Wally Pfister (The Dark Knight, Inception), who handled cinematography duties.

Obviously beautifully shot, the simple clip features Johnny Depp and Natalie Portman performing sign language to the song’s lyrics. Three versions of the clip were edited. One with Portman and Depp starring in their own full-length version and the third with the two of them joining forces. Check out the combo version below.

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Ready for a gay president? Matt Zarley thinks so. The beefy pop star incorporates disco, politics and some good old fashioned sex for his new music video. Titled “Trust Me”, Zarley plays a hopeful presidential candidate embroiled in a salacious gay sex scandal. Sounds like a ripped from the headlines “Law & Order: SVU” episode, right?

“Trust Me” is taken from Matt’s “Change Begins With Me” album which spawned last summer’s “WTF” Billboard dance hit. Going the dance route again, Zarley enlists renowned remixer Cahill to transform his pop song into a potential club anthem. Definitely a wise move. Hands down, this is my favorite track from the talented LGBT artist to date.

Directed by Benjamin Pollock, Zarley’s “Trust Me” video is a lot of fun and very timely given that America heads to the polls this Fall. In the clip, Matt is a frontrunner for the Oval Office until unseen footage from a disco-themed party surfaces. As the headlines read, “Presidential hopeful caught on tape in gay sex romp“. The sex tape features Zarley receiving some oral fun from some sexy dude while his wife watches nearby. Will the sex scandal derail his presidential bid? You’ll have to watch the clip to find out.

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A week or two ago, I introduced you to the cute boys that make up the band Lawson. The UK band packed their bags and headed to LA to shoot the music video for their debut single When She Was Mine. The video sets the perfect tone for the song’s lyrics which tell the story of love and heartbreak.

The video hosts a few performance shots of the band in a white loft space but my ultimate favorite is the scenes where the band is performing on an LA rooftop with the sun setting behind them. I am a sucker for a sunset and dusk in general. All of this is intercut with scenes of lead band mate Andy Brown reminiscing about his former flame – flipping through pictures, driving the Benz – you know, usual relationship stuff.

Lawson is sure to capitalize on the recent success of boybands making a triumphant comeback in the music world. Difference is, these boys play their own instruments. There is no doubt that they will bring the mass appeal with their pop sound and thoughtful lyrics. Check out the video for When She Was Mine below.

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In this day in age in music, it’s all about the money. Well, not all about the money but it definitely has a lot to do with it. More than ever, you see product placement in your favorite music videos and beyond. Now, artists are even taking it one step further and using their songs in direct conjunction with a product’s release. Swedish House Mafia recently teamed up with Absolut Vodka and now, it’s Ne-Yo’s turn to align himself with a new liquor.

With the help of Malibu Red, a mixture of Caribbean rum and Mexican tequila (YES PLEASE!) Ne-Yo has released a new single/theme song for the brand. The track is titled “Burnin’ Up” and the single is intended to help tell the story behind the drink. In the video, we watch as Ne-Yo is on the hunt for that girl he doesn’t want to get away. But, when he gets too close to a hair flipping blonde, you better believe she steps in to get her man. Check out Ne-Yo’s newest commercial music video below.

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