Song: Devil Horns To All
Song: Runway Remix
Song: Devil Horns To All
Song: Runway Remix
Song: Whip My Hair
Artist: Willow Smith
Director: Ray Kay
Where do I begin???
All in all the video was officially a breaking story. Oh and now that I found out that my dreads can move…
I WHIP MY DREADS BACK AND FORTH!
Lately there’s been a lot of new music videos coming out from SM’s artist:
The Gazette is a jrock band that has been out for awhile. With the members, Ruki (vocals), Aoi (dark-haired,guitarist), Uruha (brown-haired guitarist), Kai (drummer), and Reita (bassist w/nose covered).Yes they are all men. They just released their new single “Red” and the music video just came out. They are still working on the album as we speak. By the way Ruki’s neck stripes are back in the video and some more of his wonderful gloves. So click below to enjoy.
another video from earlier this year “The Invisible Wall” (Ruki’s stripes aren’t on this one and he has a different hair color)
I decided to do two posts in one. First off FT Island has another mv out called ‘Love Love Love’ which is basically a break up/heartbreak kind of song but the video is very creative and the lyrics are touching where people can relate and TRAX just released a new mv called ‘Oh My Goddess’ featuring SeoHyun from the popular Korean girl group SNSD, which is another love song, of a guy expressing his feelings towards the one he loves, It’s a mix of pop/rock with lyrics others can relate to. Both songs are catchy. So click below to enjoy both mvs.
note: They are with English subtitles so you can understand them if you don’t know Korean.
TRAX “Oh My Goddess”
For those who don’t know Gackt, he’s been in the music business for over a decade and is well known all over the world. He’s even going to be in an American film that was in the process of being filmed for the past year and a half. Just when you think he has come out with enough things to keep the music world talking he comes out with more and more. He was on tour recently in Europe for his Yellow Fried Chickenz (YFC) promotion. Yes like KFC but different I might make a post to explain that more in detail. But as of right now he’s back in Japan and came out with a new mv (music video) called ‘Ever‘ so enjoy~
Here’s the mv
I don’t think he even ages just get younger looking instead and You (the guitarist on the left) is looking great also. ^.^
“Pause, somebody better #TellemBoutMe” Baltimore artist on the rise Keys almost yells in her new single, “Go Off,” and apparently everyone has been doing exactly that. With over 19,000 views only hours after the release of the accompanying video, there is more than just a buzz that now surrounds the artist. Being managed by Violator West Management, Keys seems to be making all of the right movies in her career, from performing on stage with the one who most view as Queen of the Rap Game, Lil Kim, to limiting just who she gets on a track with.
She said it in the intro to her mixtape, and now it’s evident: “The Infiltration has begun Michelle, the infiltration has begun…” Yes, Keys is back with her first video from her mixtape The Infiltration to her version of the track “Sponsor” originally made by Teiarra Mari. Some of the over 14,000 that have seen the video already within hours of it’s dropping, may feel “what where is she going with this, why is she all done up?” And I’ll tell you my feelings and you can take it or leave it.
For her first video Keys tackles the issue of gold diggers basically. I liken it to a campfire. Keys calls all her Spartans around the fire for a story, and a lesson to learn. She explains how she was told to be really pretty and to act really sexy so that a “sponsor” will basically underwrite her. She does this, but finds that the relationship is shallow, and that he has no depth. She decides that she can’t settle for a relationship, dumps the guy, and makes a resolution that “Kei Kei looks for a King!”
My favorite part hands down is the small exiting clip of “Butterflies and Bellies,” also from the mixtape. After our campfire story, Keys brings out the stokes and puts a few artist over the fire, for a quick roast. Even through the hardness of the video, an all black backdrop, shades and a black cap, Keys shows a natural beauty. In one video she makes her versatility evident, as well as her passion for this industry. I for one, will be waiting for the next move by her camp, and I’ll be saluting all the way.
Note: All pictures courtesy of TeamKeysLA