Ben Watt may always be known best as The Boy in dreamy alt-pop duo Everything But the Girl, but the 51-year-old Londoner has been garnering some of the best notices of his career for the new album Hendra, his first solo release in more than three decades.
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The video for Shakira and Rihanna’s duet, “Can’t Remember to Forget You,” has arrived.
And what’s on the syllabus for Sexy Amnesiacs 101? The usual: Two totally not Freudian cigars, a little freelance wall humping, some light bedspread butt fondling.
Watch it below:
There’s no need to let post-holiday blues get you down — not when Beyoncé has given us all yet another visual present. (Technically, the clip was released Dec. 25 — but you spent that day spending time with friends and family instead of trolling the Internet for new Beyoncé videos, right? Riiight?)
This latest clip is the third installment in Bey’s introspective “mini art feature” “Self-Titled,” which goes behind the scenes of the diva’s record-breaking surprise album — er, “details Beyoncé’s mind-set and artistic vision throughout the making of the entire project.”
Part 3, “Run ‘N Gun,” focuses on a trio of tracks: “Drunk on Love,” the one about how great it is to share a marital bed with Jay-Z; “No Angel,” which boasts a gritty video shot in Houston’s Third and Fourth Wards; and “Yoncé,” the one about Queen B’s fiercer-than-Sasha-Fierce new alter ego. Beyoncé also uses it to explain her whole album’s general aura and strategy: “It’s been interesting the last few videos — we’ve been like, deciding what we’re going to do as we’re there,” she says. “And there’s something about that freedom that is different for me, ’cause I usually plan things. I’m trying to rebel against perfection.”
See the rebellion — plus Beyoncé stalking across a beach at night wearing a bathing suit and carrying a trophy, as you do — below.
Oh, Skarsgard! You so crazy.
The True Blood actor/poster child for Swedish genetics gets vaguely messianic (and wiggy) in the new video for Australian electro band Cut Copy’s “Free Your Mind.” Also, he takes his clothes off — as he do.
Watch it below:
Today marks the long-awaited release of Drake’s excellent new album Nothing Was The Same. (Check out EW music critic Nick Catucci’s take on the album here.)
But Drake isn’t done dropping new material today: He just released the video for the single “Hold On, We’re Going Home.” In the clip, directed by The Matrix and Spider-Man cinematographer Bill Pope, Drake’s lady gets kidnapped by some gangsters, which transforms Drake and his crew into a balaclava-wearing, machine gun shooting SWAT team to infiltrate a warehouse where the thugs are hiding out.
Between his deep croon and the flashiness of the video, we get the sense that Drake is a passionate devotee of the R. Kelly videos that featured Ronald Isley as Mr. Biggs.
Check out the seven minute action movie below, and enjoy that A$AP Rocky cameo: READ FULL STORY
Baby she … made thee a music video.
Nickelodeon star turned tiny-Mariah hitmaker now has a clip for the follow-up to her debut smash “The Way,” and it as full of late-summer sunshine, three-quarter face profiles (she hearts them), and gems from the 1992 Wet Seal catalog as you dreamed it would be.
Watch it below:
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