Blood Orange takes lead on an 80s dance off in new video You’re Not Good Enough (aka Losing You volume 12).
New Death Grips track Voila surfaces, features Björk samples throughout.
I just don’t understand how we got here!
That Gaga needs to rid of that smelly weave, get back to work and start mastering ARTFLOP vol 2.
Snippets from Lana Del Rey’s forthcoming Ultraviolence album leak. Right now it’s all about those vocals on Sad Girl (@ 0:30). No doubt I’ll play this album to death.
Cheryl Cole mime for your life please as this performance of Crazy Stupid Love on Britain’s Got Talent is so boring. Got me laughing that she thinks she’s above Girls Aloud and puts out this mess of a lead single.
Jack White got a video for Lazaretto, loses me half way, got me wondering how this is not a Red Hot Chili Peppers mp3.
Revenge for all those stupid Destiny’s Child costumes, Michelle Williams puts Beyonce in a braided weave for her music video, Say Yes.
So the first time I’ve seen the trio together where Bey ain’t in the middle.
The Knife got a new video for For Alla Namn Vi Inte Far Använda, features some major synchronised dancing.
“It’s about a singer who first sneered about my allegedly not authentic style but later she stole and copied it. And now she’s acting like I am the art project and she the true super artist. My God and people actually believe her, she’s successful! I shouldn’t continue ranting, it doesn’t get anywhere.”
Lana Del Rey is on the cover of Clash magazine, drags that fraudulent Stefani whilst at it.
Iggy Azalea proves my thesis that if you’ve got a long blonde weave, you can have a face plainer than the Midwest and people will still think you’re hot, via the cover of Billboard magazine.
Get the full spread here.
A bad selection of weaves. A ballad in June. A poor choice of a screengrab. Neon Jungle’s new video for Louder.
A couple’s romance is tested by loss in How To Dress Well’s phenomenal new video Face Again.
Adele would have slayed the shit out of this OneRepublic new single Love Runs Out. Direction comes from Sophie Muller. I wish she’d direct me.
Ed Sheeran covers Sam Smith’s Stay With Me, and it ain’t worthy of anyone’s ears. Actually I feel like an elementary school teacher right now. Like he tried, but he doesn’t deserve a scratch-n-sniff sticker.
Banks music is fab, so are those eyebrows and her new music video for Drowning.
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