If you could take my pulse right now it’d feel just like a wrecking ball.
Fifth Harmony continues to slay the world and Michelle Obama with singles like “BO$$” or their cover of Mariah’s “All I Want For Christmas Is You.” Their song and music video for “Sledgehammer,” out today, is no different.
The video has no storyline, rather a series of pretty glamor shots – but getting five girls to agree on anything seems like an impossible task, so glamor it is!
Spoiler alert! There’s a lot of wind blowing the girls’ hair and gowns amidst a cloud of fog and a random white horse. Unless it’s a sexual reference, then not so random.
Watch it here:
The band spent the last five years decompressing from superstardom before releasing their new studio album, “Kings Of Suburbia,” out today in stores in the U.S. (or on iTunes).
“We were kind of tired after the last album we put out in 2009,” lead singer Bill Kaulitz tells BreatheHeavy.com over the phone. “After that album, and all the touring, we felt like we needed new inspiration and we didn’t really know what to do music-wise. We felt like we’ve done it all, said it all, and I didn’t know where we wanted to go and what we wanted to do. Also personally, we just needed a break. I wanted to step away from the career and live a private life. We couldn’t do that in Europe, so we moved to America to find that privacy.”
He explains they took a year off just to explore the party scene before constructing a recording studio and getting back to work.
Queen of collabs Nicki Minaj enlists Ariana Grande for “The Pinkprint.”
In a sly move to one up Iggy Azalea, Nicki Minaj’s requesting the vocal services of Ariana Grande for her upcoming album, “The Pinkprint,” out December 15.
Ariana posted a photo of her in the recording studio on Instagram with a caption confirming the feature, but later changed it.
Eminem gets gutsy in his new music video.
Em’s Syndrome-clip for “Guts Over Fear” shows an aspiring boxer facing major obstacles as he pursues his dream – his dad’s an alcoholic, his pregnant girlfriend, his low-wage job can’t pay the bills – but he carries on and continues.
Eminem raps about “writing the same old song” recycled over and over, but in doing so crafted something completely new and fresh.
Sia per usual does not make an appearance in the music video, instead using a model with vitiligo wearing her signature blonde bob wig.
They both show it’s not what’s on the outside, but the fire that burns within.
Give it a spin: