Nelly Furtado’s record label must have a lot of confidence in her. The Canadian pop star released yet another video this week — this time for the midtempo “Bucket List.”
Juno-nominated Carly Rae Jepsen this week released the video for “Tonight I’m Getting Over You.”
20113 Grammy breakout star Miguel released a new video today: the stunning black-and-white “Candles In The Sun” video.
Veering from the sensual, bedroom grooves of his Billboard-topping hit singles, the artist trades bedsheets and candlelight for the church and the streets in his latest track, showing versatility and willingness to ponder both spiritual and social issues.
Justin Timberlake isn’t messing around this era. First, he released an epic single teaser and then the best lyric video ever. And then last Sunday, there’s his show-stopping Grammy’s performance with Jay-Z.
Fresh from her multiple Grammy performances last Sunday, Rihanna today released the video for “Stay.” The video, which was directed by Sophie Muller, shows Rihanna getting naked and soaking in a bath tub while singing the emotional ballad. Mikky Ekko also appears in the video but it’s not quite clear what he has to do with Rihanna (besides being his duet partner).
Rihanna looks amazing in “Stay” — and the song is amazing — but this is a lazy video. It could have been 100% better.
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“It’s an idea that’s never been done before in terms of fan-sourcing on Twitter” — Thanh Nguyen, digital marketer at Atlantic Records
That’s probably why I don’t mind his new video “The Woman I Love.” Normally I’d hate anything this sweet, but the video works because it’s appropriate for the song and it’s unassuming and not barf-inducing.