Rihanna has made a name for herself with wild dance-filled performances and crazy costumes. But for her latest video the Barbadian beauty bares all and unearths her true self. “Stay,” off her seventh album Unapologetic, features singer/producer […]
The GRAMMY pre-telecast gave out its first award for Best Short Form Music video to Rihanna featuring Calvin Harris for “We Found Love.” The video, directed by Melina Matsoukas and shot in Belfast and Bangor, […]
With it’s big production and slashing chorus, Taylor Swift’s single “I Knew You Were Trouble”–from her 2012 album Red–takes the singer in a very different direction from almost anything she’s done before. The video for the song, too, is […]
Revived Tennessee rockers Paramore are back with a decided vengeance. Boasting a new line-up featuring Jeremy Davis and Taylor York alongside flame-haired frontwoman Hayley Williams, the three-piece is preparing to launch their fourth studio album, […]
The members of Bon Jovi are, if anything, fighters. You have to be to endure as long as they have in music. So it seems only fitting that an actual fighter – boxing ring and […]
You may have just heard the name Britt Nicole, but the seasoned performer has already sold over a million digital tracks. This North Caroline native is ready to step right into the spotlight with her […]
If Carrie Underwood’s music videos were true, then “Two Black Cadillacs” would be proof that her criminal actions are escalating. In her new music video for “Two Black Cadillacs,” Carrie’s character has resorted to murder after […]
In her new music video for “C’Mon,” a pigtailed Ke$ha works a dead-end job at a diner named the Awful House before she decides to change her fate. The moment she quits her life transforms […]
In his latest music video, Calvin Harrisexplores the dirty side of Los Angeles via a surrogate: the devil. Hot on the heels of the video for his smash hit with Florence Welch, “Sweet Nothing,” which […]
Nothing says happy holidays quite like that great old standard, “Baby, It’s Cold Outside.” Last year Zooey Deschanel and M. Ward, performing as She & Him, released A Very She & Him Christmas. The duo’s album […]
The Killers are back in action with a gorgeous but pretty sad new video for the song “Miss Atomic Bomb,” featuring the band’s good buddy Eric Roberts reprising his role from the “Mr. Brightside” clip.
“As soon as I started writing this song, I knew it was different from anything else on the record so I knew I wanted the video to be different.”
With his interest firmly planted in technology and science, it’s no surprise that it would crash into the world of his music — and he’s bringing Britney along for the ride.
Isabel Lucas plays a Cupid-like angel on the fringes, spying on lovers and sharpening her arrows. In spite of her gift for bringing others together, her loneliness brings her to a tragic end.
When Soundgarden said they were coming back, they meant it. The band has lined up a special “Live On Letterman” webcast for next week, as well as announcing a slew of 2013 tour dates, including two-night stands in Chicago, L.A. and Seattle.
This is the most glommed up we’ve seen Clarkson in a video in some time. The singer embraces a grown up look to mark a very grown up moment in her career, to great effect.
At a holiday party, a little boy schemes for a Christmas kiss with Hillary. It all takes place in Lady A’s new music video.
Mark Hoppus Of Blink-182 Sends A Message To Green Day And Billie Joe Armstrong: “I Wish Them Nothing But Health And Success”
Blink-182’s Mark Hoppus sends well wishes to Green Day and Billie Joe Armstrong, whose current stint in rehab has put his band’s tour plans on hold while he gets better.
Fans were really psyched when the new No Doubt video came out last Friday. But after a whirlwind of controversy over the band playing dress-up as cowboys and Indians, the band has pulled the clip and apologized for offending anyone.
A much more harrowing tale than expected from the uptempo song, but punctuated with a performance by British actor Idris Elba.
Deathcab For Cutie frontman Ben Gibbard is so funny in the music video for his latest single “Teardrop Windows” we think it’s time he get a shot on “SNL.” He’s gotta be at least as funny as Bruno Mars.
From her hometown of Pristina, Kosovo, Rita Ora brings a new music video and a whole lot of wardrobe.
“Dig Your Own Hole” follows a propeller-driven steam train driven by a mysterious green-cigarette-smoking man. The dream-like ride begins as soon as the train leaves the station.
The guys release a shocking, adult new video — complete with parental advisory sticker — at midnight.
Bucking the trends, the singer unleashed the video without any fancy premiere or behind the scenes footage. Mars is only interested in doing things his way this time around.
The scene is set in a seedy strip club where Welch performs as the androgynous singer in a room full of half-dressed girls. Before the video ends, she will rip her own clothes off.
It is full of wet, sometimes topless, 1D guys — along with several space bubbles, a dance routine and the nicest camping gear ever.
“I did it mostly to impress girls but no one was really watching and it was kind of a waste,” singer Jake Hoggard said.
“This is video is going to have some special effects,” said Furtado. “We’re going to have some real interesting, cute creations with headlights. It’s going to be kind of surreal.”
The new Mumford & Sons video was shot in front of enthusiastic fans at the legendary Red Rocks concert venue in Colorado.