Nick Jonas gets wild in his new song. But not really.
“Wilderness” is the latest release from the (like omg) hottie Jonas Brother. It’s a pretty groomed, catchy pop song, but Taylor Swift kinda beat you to the punch on the outdoor song thing.
“Let’s take it back. Heeeey.”
The mid-tempo beat thumps perfectly amidst the whistling and low-key background vocals.
It’s nice. Listen to it here:
Charli XCX goes Daria on us.
Charli says of the song co-written by her and Justin Raisen (who previously worked together on “Nuclear Seasons” and “Boom Clap”)”
“It’s punk-inspired. It’s definitely still a pop album, but there are moments where it is raw and wild. I’m commenting on the music industry, the female body, and money, whereas before I mainly spoke about love. This record definitely feels better informed.”
That word again.
The clip reminds viewers of popular computer games in the 90′s – when everyone had a PC and had no idea what was going on.
I still have no idea what’s going on. Watch here I think:
UPDATE: Ricky Martin wasn’t fond of the headline, so I apologize. He’s just very convincing is all! xo
I applaud him for really going for it!
The “Livin’ La Vida Loca” singer goes loco, loco, loco, loco for the ladies in his new music video for “Adios.” The clip takes place in an old flappers bar where a bunch of scantily clad women dance on tables while Ricky gazes whimsically into the camera lens. He telepathically communicates something through that stare, but I’m not sure what it is, yet.
Ricky plays the bartender, the doorman, the police and the talent because there’s no one more beautiful to cast, so he’s like ‘fuck it I’ll do it all myself. Adios.’
He really gets into character!
See it here:
Gwen Steafni’s “Baby Don’t Lie” music video is here!
Finally, the long-anticipated clip from Gwen Stefani for her comeback smash, “Baby Don’t Lie,” is upon us.
The video is trippy, bright and employs a magical 80′s vibe only Gwen can pull off in 2014. If it wasn’t for her talented video editors it’d be a video of Gwen walking entirely, but thanks to the imagination of colors and shapes surrounding her – it’s innovative and (I hate this word, but) fun!
There’s no storyline, and I appreciate that. It’s something fun to gaze at (even in low resolution) without investing too many brain cells, and I need all I can get. Am I gettin’ warm?
Watch it here: